Time To Sink Their Teeth Into The NY Rangers. That Means Kovy Of Course.
December 3, 2008 in Detroit Red Wings, Jacques Plante, Los Angeles Kings, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers Tags: Alaska, Alex Kovalev, Anchorage, Brandon Dubinsky, Dave Balon, Detroit Red Wings, Don Marshall, Gump Worsley, Habs, Henrik Lundqvist, hockey, Jacques Plante, LA Kings, Len Ronson, Leon Rochefort, Montreal Canadiens, NHL, NY Rangers, Phil Goyette, Scott Gomez, Sean Avery
Oh, sorry, that’s Gump Worsley, who joined the Canadiens in 1963 when he part of a major deal involving him, Dave Balon, Leon Rochefort, and Len Ronson going to Montreal, for Jacques Plante, Phil Goyette, and Don Marshall.
When the Gumper was with the Rangers, he was asked by a reporter which team gave him the most trouble. He answered, “the Rangers.”
Other important things to note about the Rangers:
Alex Kovalev was one once. He was drafted in the first round by them (15th overall) in 1991 and played until early into the 1998 season. How great would it be if he broke out of his massive slump against his old team?
Sean Avery was also a Ranger. He joined them after playing for both the Detroit Red Wings and the LA Kings. The Rangers were a sloppy third.
They’ve got two guys from Anchorage, Alaska – Scott Gomez and Brandon Dubinsky, for what it’s worth.
They have 36 points to the Habs 32, but have played three more games than Montreal.
Their lineup consists of 8 Canadians, 6 Americans, and 8 Euros. Many of them like women.