Even though he has been fired, David Quinn still deserves a report card to be written. There were a lot of negatives, but you can’t ignore the good.
Based off yesterday’s exit interviews, it is safe to assume David Quinn is officially on the hot seat. No one committed to his future, which is telling.
Evaluating the Rangers has been tricky this season. Where do they go from here? What pieces are needed? Coaches? What is the proper path?
RIP to the 2021 New York Rangers. They were in a tough spot before the season started, exceeded expectations, but this was not their year.
After last night’s dismantling, the NY Rangers may have hit rock bottom. Is it time to start focusing on development over the playoffs?
David Quinn is set to return to the Rangers bench today against the Washington Capitals, having missed the last six games due to COVID protocol.
The NY Rangers are looking to make the jump to true contention. But the inability to adjust in-game is calling this into question.
The NY Rangers defense has improved. This is because of tactical and personnel decisions made by the coaching staff, and improved play from the team.
A hat trick from a resurgent Chris Kreider wasn’t enough for the Rangers, who dressed mostly an AHL roster last night in a 4-3 loss to the Flyers.
There are many calls for the Rangers to fire head coach David Quinn. Are these calls warranted? Or is it too premature to fire the coach?