Rangers Roundup: Looking back at two great memories, and Morgan Barron excited about playing in NY
The Rangers news has tailed off a little since winning the lottery, but that isn’t expected to last with the offseason basically underway after the Leafs and Pens trade. So let’s take a stroll down memory lane.
Rangers best game this season, the Montreal Comeback
David Quinn constantly points to this game in November as the starting point for where the Rangers gelled. This video details the thoughts of the players themselves on that comeback in Montreal.
On Ice 1994 Rangers Cup celebration
MSG Networks has opened the vault and released this gem. Fans who saw this live (myself include) remember the great coverage from 1994. Here is the uncut footage from ice level of the Rangers lifting the Cup. It’s awesome.
Morgan Barron excited to play in NY
The 21 year-old Barron signed his ELC recently. He was also named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Year this season and was part of the Hockey First All-Star Team as well as an All-Ivy League First All-Star. The big forward led Cornell in goals, points, and shots on goal, and he was tied for second on the team in assists. He helped Cornell to a 23-2-4 record and win the ECAC Regular Season Championship during the 2019-20 season.
“With all of the talent they have around them, the Rangers are a ton of fun to watch,” Barron said in an upcoming Q&A. “I think everybody knows there’s going to be some big things in the future.”
More NYR and NHL news
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