Injury Update: Derick Brassard, in or out?

May 22, 2014, by

Alain Vigneault is being coy again. One day after injured center Derick Brassard was taking line rushes, AV said that he is still day-to-day (per Renaud Lavoie). Jeff Klein of the New York Times noted that AV said, in French, that Brass probably won’t play tonight. So, basically we don’t know what’s going on with Brassard. All we do know is that if Brassard plays, then Dominic Moore will slide back to the fourth line and Dan Carcillo will sit. If he’s out, then it will be the same lineup as Monday.

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  1. Frank Cerbone says:

    Brassard back has been acting up/locking up recently and runs the risk as a RFA of not getting an offer that he will be happy with.

    Would be nice for Rangers to target Stasny in offseason after a Richards buyout. However, everyone and their grand mother will be targeting Stasny.

    Would be nice if Sather had acquired a #1 for Callahan. A number one this season and next might have been able Rangers to sign RFA OReilly of Colorado.

    However Sather is not that bright.

    Still have not recovered from Sather’s quotes “Richard’s contract is not that bad & I have a plan after the 3rd year of his contract” and “I traded our #1 this year & next & Callahan because I had an eye to Ranger’s future”

    • pavel_burrito says:

      Sather is a total moron. Could not put together an ok team if his cigar supply depended on it. I mean, looks at this team, they did not even make the playoffs this year.

      Also agree on Brassard. He is a self serving, mercenary bum, just like the rest of the impending RFAs. Looks at that baby Kreider, used his broken hand as an excuse not to play in the finals, just so he doesn’t risk his offer next year.

      And don’t get me started on Zuk. This guy is completely invisible, needs to make sure he gets a big paycheck elsewhere next year.