Which New York Rangers' Sophomores Wi...

Which New York Rangers' Sophomores Will Have Bigger Roles in 2010-11

There are 22 comments on the BleacherReport story from Aug 25, 2010, titled Which New York Rangers' Sophomores Will Have Bigger Roles in 2010-11. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Last season, the Madison Square Garden played host to three fresh new faces on the New York Rangers.

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drippydick

Wyoming, PA

#1 Aug 25, 2010
News flash----Gaborik will be traded to the Kings to open a spot for Kovalchuck on the Rangers. The Rags feel he wont be signed by the Devils and that Bettman is in their corner who wants a major attraction in N.Y.C. that is more durable than the fragil Gaborik. This in turn will make Hockey more noticable with a legitimate player in the Greatest City in the world--New York.
lemonlaw

Wyoming, PA

#2 Aug 26, 2010
Yeah and I am going to give birth to triplets with 3 heads. What kind of crap statement is this? Where did you come up with this ? He will sign with the Devils and no one else.

Since: Jul 10

Prospect Park, PA

#3 Aug 26, 2010
Who cares? It's the stinking Raggies. This team is going no where as long as Sather and Torts are still there.
crouchsmell

Wyoming, PA

#4 Aug 26, 2010
You are right King Slappy, I for one am sick and tired of this saga involving Kovalchuck---let him sign now with the Devils or go on his merry way to play in Russia. I DONT CARE ANYMORE ABOUT HIM!
johnnyBgood

Wyoming, PA

#5 Aug 26, 2010
I still care about Kovalchuck because he is all man and a heck of a specimen. i would give anything to see him in the shower.
crouchsmell

Wyoming, PA

#6 Aug 27, 2010
JohnnnyBgood, stop the homo induendos and treat him like a hockey player not a lover.
drippydick

Wyoming, PA

#7 Aug 27, 2010
I heard that Kovalchuck signed a 15 year deal with the Devils---Oh Hell I hope this isnt true as I would like him to go back to Russia instead of bankrupting the team. Who will go watch this team play in NEWARK--the crime capital of New Jersey. When you leave the stadium, you need a gun for protection--another great move from Devils Management. I will look forward to the cup celebration in the parking lot---where a few rounds can be fired.
wow

Houston, TX

#8 Aug 28, 2010
What?
lemonlaw

Wyoming, PA

#10 Aug 28, 2010
Wow,what does the What mean?.I dont understand what what means. Please clarify and explain what the what is in response to what?
johnnyBgood

Wyoming, PA

#11 Aug 29, 2010
WHAT IS GOING ON ?---please respond WOW.
Bill

Stamford, CT

#12 Aug 29, 2010
drippydick wrote:
I heard that Kovalchuck signed a 15 year deal with the Devils---Oh Hell I hope this isnt true as I would like him to go back to Russia instead of bankrupting the team. Who will go watch this team play in NEWARK--the crime capital of New Jersey. When you leave the stadium, you need a gun for protection--another great move from Devils Management. I will look forward to the cup celebration in the parking lot---where a few rounds can be fired.
drippydick you are dead wrong the Devils are very far from bankrupt they are 10th in the league in revenue, they rake in the dough. Plus Kovalchuk can put more fans in the stands this year the Devils averaged 15,500 fans, with Kovy they averaged 16,100.

I've been to the Rock about 10 times and it is completely safe, there are plenty of cops everywhere, and it's the safest section of the city. Since the Devils have mass transportation now, they could well be getting 50,000+ at their next parade, which will be in the streets of Newark, and even if it was in an unsafe neighborhood, it's not like the parade would be at night or anything. I think you're thinking of the Islanders, they're the team with no money.
Bill

Stamford, CT

#13 Aug 29, 2010
The Devils also sold out 15 out of 41 regular season home games this year, and if you count playoff games, 18 out of 44.
Bill

Stamford, CT

#14 Aug 29, 2010
Question to drippydick: Have you ever actually been to Prudential Center, or are you just making stereotypes?
Bill

Stamford, CT

#15 Aug 29, 2010
Another question: If you don't like the fact that the Devils are in Newark, where should they have moved instead (Not relocation)?
A) Hoboken
B) Trenton
C) Stayed in Meadowlands
D) Other

Since: Jul 10

Prospect Park, PA

#16 Aug 30, 2010
I have been to the Rock and it's a very nice place. I didn't feel unsafe at all. It's 10 times better than the Continental Airlines Arena. That place was a dump.
drippydick

Wyoming, PA

#17 Aug 30, 2010
Bill, I can only respond to people who tell me that they were there. If the place is safe so be it, but others tell me its a gang related area composed of latin and negro gangs. I would be afraid to take my kids there if this is true. I have not been to the Prudential Center,but was at the Meadowlands. I think the Devils should have moved to an area such as Lodi or Toms River--these arrears are better.
Bill

Stamford, CT

#18 Aug 30, 2010
drippydick, Lodi and Toms River are in the middle of Nowhere. It's common sense that if a team plays for or in a state or province, that they will either play in the state's capitol or largest city, New Jersey's capitol is Trenton and its largest city is Newark.

The main reason why the Devils moved to Newark was for mass transportation, so fans could take the train or bus to the games. We couldn't do that at the Meadowlands.
drippydick

Wyoming, PA

#19 Aug 30, 2010
Bill----Understood !
Bill

Stamford, CT

#21 Aug 31, 2010
Actually I think we might have been able to take the bus while the team was playing at the Meadowlands but I think it was hard because I heard we had to hop off from one bus to another a few times. The reason why I think we might have been able to take the bus is because I remember walking out from a game there and saw some fans getting onto a bus, but in contrast to what King Slappy said, I did like the Meadowlands, it's a cool environment.

Since: Jul 10

Prospect Park, PA

#22 Sep 1, 2010
Bill wrote:
Actually I think we might have been able to take the bus while the team was playing at the Meadowlands but I think it was hard because I heard we had to hop off from one bus to another a few times. The reason why I think we might have been able to take the bus is because I remember walking out from a game there and saw some fans getting onto a bus, but in contrast to what King Slappy said, I did like the Meadowlands, it's a cool environment.
I like the Rock alot better. It has no obstructed views and I feel security is alot better there than at the Meadowlands. Maybe it's because I was robbed by a knife wielding a-hole at the Meadowlands. But at the Rock I can catch a train from South Jersey and arrive right by the Rock, where I use to have to drive up to the Meadowlands before. Maybe I'm just getting lazy in my old age and like to take trains. LOL!

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