Listen, it’s been a tough offensive year for me. But at this time of the season, into the playoffs, it takes a guy who’s willing to put his body on the line, day-in and day-out, and I feel like I can be that guy for this team. I’m not saying that somebody they bring in wouldn’t play like that, but I feel like I’ve shown that before to this organization. … It would (stink) because obviously I love it here, but I am not putting too much stock into it. Until the day (GM Glen Sather) calls me and tells me I’m not here anymore, I am going to come in here and work my butt off for these guys.
Rangers forward Brandon Dubinsky on why he feels he’s a key part of the organization, especially at this time of year. Courtesy of the New York Post.
In striving for perfection, one of the most difficult things to be learned is that perfection exists for only fleeting moments. It is the ability to keep trying that distinguishes a winner from a loser.
Glen Sather, general manager and coach of the Edmonton Oilers, 1985
Glen Sather steps down, Jeff Gorton takes over. Sather remains in President role…and we also signed…
F Brian Gibbons
D Raphael Diaz
F Viktor Stalberg
F Matthew Lindblad
F Jayson Megna
Welcome to NY boys…and welcome back, Raphy!
Glen Sather took over the Rangers in 2000 and had to rebuild the team and the farm from the ground up. Since 2005 they have missed the playoffs once. I just wanna thank him, he did a great job for this team as GM
Ryan Callahan embodies all the leadership qualities we seek from our Captain. He leads by example with courage and tireless work ethic on and off the ice, which is why he is so deserving of this honor.