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On this episode Pat, Becky, and Dave discuss whether or not the Rangers have actually improved of late and the continued need for a true top-nine center. As always you can find us right here, on SoundCloud, and on iTunes. Feel free to leave us a comment, a review, or @ us on Twitter too!

 

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Where there’s smoke there’s fire, and on this episode Pat, Becky, and Dave break down all of the drama surrounding AV’s potential departure, Glen Sather and co’s trip to Ottawa for the Senators/Canadiens game, and potential trade scenarios as this team enters what could be a transitional phase. As always you can find us right here, on SoundCloud, and on iTunes.

 

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Oct
26

Blue Seat Blogs-cast – What’s Ailing the Rangers

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On this week’s podcast Pat, Becky, and Dave discuss what’s ailing the Rangers from the bottom up – on-ice play, coaching, and management. We also discuss recent comments by Bob McKenzie on the state of the team, and the possibility of trading for the Vegas Golden Knights Center Vadim Shipachyov. As always you can find us right here, on SoundCloud, and on iTunes.

 

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Oct
19

Blue Seat Blogs-cast – Deployment, Personnel Decisions, and Playoff Chances (Seriously)

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On this week’s Blue Seat Blogs-cast Pat, Becky, and Dave discuss the Rangers’ deployment issues, the ever-changing lineup, and yes, even their playoff chances. As always you can find us right here, on iTunes, and on SoundCloud. Feel free to leave us a review or a comment too!

 

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Oct
10

Blue Seat Blogs-cast – Keep Calm, Coaching Decisions, and Adam Cracknell

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In this episode of the podcast, Pat, Becky, and Dave urge everyone to keep calm while unpacking legitimate causes for concern from the first three games of the season, as well as discussing the recent waiver acquisition of Adam Cracknell. Plus we reminisce about the glorious days of October, 2013.

 

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Oct
04

Blue Seat Blogs-cast – Season Opener, Roster Questions, Let’s Go Rangers!

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Welcome back to the Blue Seat Blogs-cast! On this episode we discuss lingering roster questions and get excited for the home opener on Thursday! Plus we went with brand-spanking-new headsets for better audio!

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This week we’re joined by special guest Rob to discuss the Shattenkirk signing, the significance of David Desharnais in Jeff Gorton’s masterplan, and the difference between good process and bad process in management. As always you can find us right here, on SoundCloud, and on iTunes. Leave us a review or a comment too!

 

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On this week’s podcast Dave and Pat discuss the Stepan trade, the draft, Brendan Smith’s extension, and some pre-UFA thoughts. As always you can find us right here, on SoundCloud, and on iTunes. Leave us a review or comment too!

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On this week’s episode special guest Jess joins us to say goodbye to Oscar Lindberg, discuss the Stepan rumors that are out there, and join in some wild conjecture about Marc Staal. As always you can find us right here, on SoundCloud, and on iTunes. Feel free to leave us a review or a comment as well!

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On this week’s episode the gang discusses Dan Girardi’s buyout, the rumors surrounding Derek Stepan, and our pre-Vegas thoughts! As always you can find us right here, on SoundCloud, and on iTunes.

 

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