Barclay Goodrow was brought in to be a leader in the NY Rangers locker room and stabilize the bottom six. Has he done those jobs?
There are a few reasons why the Rangers didn’t trade Goodrow. At least not yet, and it all boils down to perceived value on and off the ice.
There is a strong case for a Barclay Goodrow buyout this offseason, especially if the cap ceiling doesn’t increase beyond $1 million and a trade can’t be found.
How many glue guys can the NY Rangers afford to lose? It’s a tough question for a vanilla locker room lacking true voices.
The New York Rangers received some Capital punishment at MSG last night, laying an egg against Washington with a 4-0 loss.
The NY Rangers dominated the Philadelphia Flyers, wrapping up their sixth win in a row last night.
The Rangers extended their winning streak to four games with an overtime win against the New Jersey Devils.
The Rangers went into Colorado looking to make it three in a row, and they did just that, albeit with a sloppy game in Denver.
By no fault of his own, Barclay Goodrow is miscast in the top six. He was acquired to fill a role as a shutdown leader, not in a scoring role.
The Rangers 4C battle will be a fierce one at camp, with at least three players in the running for the role.