— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) October 20, 2013
…the best thing for Kreider is probably for him to be down in Hartford, but with all the injuries and the Rangers lack of any kind of scoring threat, there really was no choice here.
…i just want to caution Rangers fans not to expect Kreider to be the savior, because if you do, I can guarantee you'll be disappointed.
…shrieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek. Ok now that I've gotten that out of the way. You guys obviously know about my obsession with Mashinter, but if I can be serious for a second, if he can play a hard nose, grind it out game that the Rangers are lacking he could be a huge asset going forward. I also think he has a real opportunity to become a crowd favorite, the way Avery and Prust were, if he can play with emotion and passion. He hasn't proven he can play at the NHL level yet, but I think he has the tools to succeed if he can stay within himself and not try to do too much.