The New York Rangers are in the market for a new head coach after mutually “parting ways” with Gerard Gallant after two seasons. The reasons for the move, at the very least, seem pretty simple.
According to reports from Mollie Walker of the New York Post, and Greg Wyshynski of ESPN, the players ultimately ended up being a big reason for general manager Chris Drury to make this decision.
Four years after the historic “Letter” that marked the beginning of a rebuild within the Blueshirts organization, it seemed that New York turned a corner when they reached the Eastern Conference Finals in 2022. With a young core and plenty of
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