Discussion in 'New York Rangers' started by Daves a mess, May 7, 2021.
Forsberg please, he has experience, knows Drury and is a winner. Get it done.
Me, for comedic relief
this article discusses the NYR FO and Weekes as a candidate
Duhatschek notebook: Why Kevin Weekes is a fit for the Rangers' front office
reminder, Athletic has a paywall
(the only one i pay, sometime tempted by EliteProspects Premium)
I suppose by "me" you mean the orangutan?
Has to be Gorton.
If I remember correctly, Kevin Weekes also insinuated back in 2005 that the reason fans wanted Lundqvist to start over him was for reasons unrelated to hockey.
No we won't
I bet its gonna be someone with experience, so I’m thinking someone like Neil Smith imagine if it is a name from the past that no one thought of . But seriously hoping it is someone like Peter Forsberg who has experience is a winner like Drury and was assistant GM of MODO. This makes more sense than anything right now. Too bad it can’t be Lundqvist, since he is still technically part of the Capitals
Picks Gorton to stick it to Old Man Glen and his cigar
Darren Yorke, currently Dir. of Player Personnel in Carolina.
i share this objectively, i know nothing about this a guy
his(their) track record for review
Colorado Avalanche Draft History at hockeydb.com
ADDED: and i have no recollection of his three 1-game call-ups w Devs mid'80s
Alan Hepple at eliteprospects.com
Reasons that Anson Carter would have in common with him? Trying to be as coy as possible, haha.
Mel Gibson. He’ll toughen up these snowflakes.
Idk about AGM but I’d love to see Vally get some sort of front office role.
I would take Weekes in a heartbeat.
I like Vally but I believe he is more suited for player dev / scouting
Fox and Schneider will be on their way out in millisecond.
I want someone with experience. If there's a connection to Drury's earlier days I'd be guessing that it might be someone from the old Avalance or Sabres front offices.
Early names that have come up include: Trevor Georgie of Saint John in the Q, Scott Nichol from Nashville, Ryan Hardy from Chicago of the USHL and and Rob DiMaio from St. Louis.
Executive chef at Colony Grill.
Ryan Hardy is a very interesting name
I concur. Chicago's been a real powerhouse of late in the USHL.
Separate names with a comma.