Granted, the Rangers ran into a buzz saw. From Sidney Crosby all the way down to Georges Laraque the Penguins are a better team than the Rangers and should push the Red Wings hard for the Cup. This, however, does not erase my disappointment in this team. What went right? What went wrong? And what needs to happen this off season to make next years team Cup ready? These questions will all be answered over the next couple weeks with player-by-player evaluations and our thoughts on Glen Sather's off season schedule.
May 16, 2008
End Of Rangers Depression?
No, not until this season ends. Damn the Flyers for prolonging my misery. Anyway, while hockey continues to move forward the Rangers enter what should be a tumultuous off season. But before we move forward we must look back on the 2007-2008 New York Rangers team. There were a lot of moments to remember, some good, some bad. Overall, however, it is painfully clear that this season was a disappointment. 2 big off season free agents, a Vezina candidate, a collection of exciting young players and a superstar riding off into the sunset does not a second round playoff exit make.