Well, happy home opener, at least.
Not that the Rangers didn't do that anyway.
The Rangers return to action this afternoon against the Islanders at the Coliseum, two days after an impressive opener in Buffalo.
Rosen spoke with The Sports Section about the upcoming season, his call of the 1994 Stanley Cup clincher, and interviewing for the Yankees play-by-play job back in the eighties.
Ruslan Fedotenko agrees to a one-year, $1 million contract.
With Wade Redden gone, who becomes the Bobby Holik Memorial Scapegoat?
The Hartford Wolf Pack will become the Connecticut Whale.
Marc Staal's new contract just about guarantees what everyone's expected all summer.
This may not play out like the Brandon Dubinsky negotiations did.
One of Glen Sather's more curious signings is Atlanta's problem now.
He could be a 30-goal scorer, or he could be Nik Zherdev.
Derek Boogaard's going to make an awful lot of money for someone who never, ever scores.
The Rangers wanted a backup goalie, and they got one.