Rangers Roundup: Skjei’s regret, Lundqvist moves on, Glass on coaches, and more
Here’s the latest from around the web on the New York Rangers.
Brady Skjei lamented that he didn’t do something after Henrik was steamrolled in Dallas.
“I should’ve done something, for sure,” Brady Skjei told the Daily News on Saturday. “Just grab the guy or something, but the puck was right there on my stick. My first thought was get the puck and then, I don’t know. I should’ve done something. Someone on the ice should’ve done something. Obviously I couldn’t have fought him with my shield, but someone’s got to do something.”
Yes Brady…someone should’ve done something.
Henrik was happy to have escaped injury and takes the high road that his teammates didn’t defend him.
“There’s too much hockey to get stuck on stuff like that,” Lundqvist said. “I’m just happy I got out of it without any bad consequences. I didn’t see him coming at all. It’s shocking when you get hit like that. You have to regroup a little bit.”
There’s too much hockey to get stuck on getting blasted by a player going 100mph while I had my head down as his shoulder launches my helmet off my head and spins me like a top until my helpless body hits the ice…yeah…let’s not get stuck on that.
What Did Prust Say?
In case you missed this yesterday, former Ranger, Brandon Prust accuses Hank of embellishing. Read that full story here.
Glass Talks about Coaching
Tanner Glass along with Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Brenden Dillon participated in a panel to discuss several topics. The focus of the video below is on what do you expect from your coach. Interesting listen.
For more on Tanner Glass and the possibility of him getting called up, read this story.