Bergen Record - Rangers: Rick Nash's plan is to keep shooting
Bergen Record - Expect Rangers-Bruins series to get physical
New York Post - Confident Rangers GM likes what he sees
New York Post - Richards adjusts to new role on fourth line
New York Post - How they match up
New York Post - Anemic power play a Ranger concern
Daily News - Bruins aim to rattle Rangers goalie Lundqvist
Daily News - NHL Matchups: The No. 6 Rangers vs. the No. 4 Bruins
New York Times - Rangers and Bruins Ready to Drop the Puck
Wall Street Journal - Rangers-Bruins: Like Old Times
I like Brad and I want him to do well, and maybe I'm nitpicking here, but from the NYP article on Richards:
“I’m not going to bash my linemates like that, but it’s a little more simple, a little more straightforward than some other ways to play,” said Richards, who noted it’s a big difference playing on the new line.
Maybe I'm mistaken, but he's playing with Aaron Asham who's tied for leading our team in goals so far this post-season, and Chris Kreider, who has 5x the number of playoff goals as Rick Nash, so I don't want to hear Brad talking about changing HIS game for his linemates. He's failed to show chemistry Marion Gaborik, and now Rick Nash. He's been next to useless this season and he's in charge of the most pathetic PP in the league. So I'm not too thrilled that he's saying its his new linemates that are forcing him to change his game. I would have preferred that his quote was "Ash has a lot of experience under his belt and Kreid's has great hands and great speed. I just need to do my job as a center and I think we can earn ourselves some minutes and get our team some goals."
He's earned where he's at on our depth chart this season. He should shut up and go play. Not trying to start a mutiny here, the tone of the article just rubbed me the wrong way I guess.