It’s a provocative title there’s no doubt about that. But the content isn’t nearly as harsh, but does cause you to think,
Here’s what we’re looking for in this debate.
What is the best trade and the worst trade that Glen Sather has made in his tenure as President and General Manager of the New York Rangers?
We would have to put taking in the bounty that the team did for Scott Gomez as the best move he’s made.
Although the Jaromir Jagr for Anson Carter move would be right up there.
Trading a player who NEVER should have been traded, Brian Leetch, who was sent to Toronto for Maxim Kondratiev, Jarkko Immonen, a 1st round selection (later traded to Calgary – Calgary selected Kris Chucko) in 2004 and a 2nd round selection (Michael Sauer) in 2005.
That one is mostly emotional as I’m certain there were plenty of others that were worse.
What do you think?
By: Bruce Berlet
Former Hartford Wolf Pack center Jarkko Immonen was at his best in the World Hockey Championships and a major reason that Finland won the gold medal for only the second time.
Immonen scored his tournament-leading ninth goal to start Finland’s rally to a 6-1 rout of archrival Sweden on Sunday in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Posted in AHL, Connecticut Whale, Hartford Wolf Pack, Hockey, New York Rangers, NHL, Sports
Tagged Brad Richards, Brian Leetch, Chris Drury, Chris Kreider, Columbus Blue Jackets, Daniel Girardi, Derek Stepan, Enver Lisen, Hartford Wolf Pack, Ice Hockey World Championships, Jarkko Immonen, Jim Schoenfeld, Lauri Korpikoski, Marc Staal, Maxim Kondratiev, Michael Del Zotto, Michael Sauer, Petr Sykora, Petri Vehanen, Petteri Nokelainen, Ryan McDonagh, Scott Gomez, Toronto Maple Leafs, World Junior Championships
By Bruce Berlet
In all my years covering the New England and Hartford Whalers, few players were smarter on or off the puck, more engaging or enjoyed themselves more than Brent Peterson.
Whether the Whalers won, lost or tied, Peterson was always available for an assessment of the game, with a wisecrack usually tossed in along the way.
So Peterson’s response as Nashville Predators general manager David Poile choked up when announcing Parkinson’s disease would prevent Peterson from continuing as associate coach under Barry Trotz was vintage Brent.
Posted in AHL, Connecticut Whale, Hartford Whalers, Hartford Wolf Pack, Hockey, New York Rangers, NHL, Sports
Tagged Barry Trotz, Brent Peterson, Connecticut Whale, David Poile, Hartford Whalers, Jarkko Immonen, Jason Wilson, Manny Malhotra, Mats Zuccarello, Nashville Predators, New York Rangers, Niagara IceDogs, Ontario Hockey League, Vancouver Canucks