March 24, 2023

The Queens County Citizen

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There is still a lot of work to be done for Lafrenier and Rangers

There is still a lot of work to be done for Lafrenier and Rangers

The New York Rangers say they want to make quick corrections to move their torpedo, but the results are yet to come, especially for rookie Alexis Lafrenier.

The New Jersey Devils had another 5-0 draw Tuesday in the snow on Tuesday in the first pick of the 2020 NHL Draft. Ryan Strom and Capo Kakko found themselves among the three finishers who ended the match with a Kubaker shut out ai-2. This season, he has threaded the needle only once and his record is -7.

In addition, the nonsensical drought of former Rimowski Oceanic in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League extended to seven. However, he deserves 17:45 play time. Against “Devils”, its strongest use since January 24th. It’s hard to learn the 13th number who hasn’t released a shot in three of his last four fights.

In trouble

Collectively, the Rangers are a testament to their final place in the East Division. Attempts do not seem to be enough and it takes a lot longer to rectify the situation.

“We do not need to take action to be clear with you,” striker Mika Zibanezad agreed, according to comments reported daily by the New York Post. During the whole match, we were not up to expectations. We need to find a way to do the job. “

In fact, his teammate Chris Creeder found that the Devils dominated the Rangers in terms of work, skating, body check and one-on-one battles. All this did not come to the attention of the media. New York newspaper columnist Larry Brooks began blaming David Quinn, the head teacher, for not making it clear.

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“I can promise you that the Rangers will not believe there is a problem behind the bench. No one in the company wants to point a finger at David Quinn. […] In this game, on the other hand, the team gave a completely flat performance against a club that had not played since January 31st. This kind of meeting will force President John Davidson to ask questions about what is going on here, ”the journalist wrote.

New York will try to regain its composure by visiting the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday.

– In addition, defender Jacob Trouba will lose four to six weeks of activity due to a upper body injury. He was unable to complete the meeting on Tuesday.