Report: David Quinn Out Of Rangers Coaching Search

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According to Larry Brooks of the New York Post, David Quinn has taken himself out of the running for the Rangers head coaching job.

Although Quinn has not informed the Rangers as of yet, according to Brooks, it appears he will not be coaching on Broadway next season.

Quinn is currently the Head Coach at Boston University and does not appear to be looking to move.

Following the news that Jim Montgomery was hired by the Dallas Stars, the Rangers head coaching situation has become somewhat murkier. Montgomery and Quinn were both on the short list of coaches rumored to be pursued by the Rangers. With their removal from the conversation, the focus now shifts to Sheldon Keefe. However, Keefe is still coaching in the AHL playoffs for the Toronto Marlies and is unavailable to be interviewed. Often credited with the development of some of the talented young group in Toronto, Keefe may be exactly what the Rangers are looking for as they look to develop their own young corps.


With the Rangers coaching candidate list growing smaller by the day, it will be very interesting to see how the Rangers approach their vacancy behind the bench. As always, continue to follow the Forever Blueshirts Team for the latest New York Rangers news.

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