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Wed Feb 7 2018 am ESTHave I watched a game recently? I'm trying to think of the last time I saw any team really get only two regulars hurt serious and decide to disband. That being the case, Miller would be a big overpayment. he has a big job description, that he is not accomplishing or executing.

They couldn't swing a single trade to get help? Right now, he's only proven that he's a competent bottom six player who's also a bit of a smurf. he's as guilty as the players, probably more so. But let’s not assume that the world gets better without AV. It’s just in the past AV seemed to find the buttons to push to get things right and now???

Gorton Gecco Tue Feb 6 2018 pm ESTMc Donough: Untouchable assuming he will resign with NYRs... there are ALOT of teams selling, especially wingers... And while it would take a nice return for them I don’t think his price tag is eye popping.

I wonder if NYRs are worried he wants to move closer to home... NYRs will be lucky to get a first rounder let alone 3 pieces as rumours are speculating.... Grabner seems more likely to get traded first and I think he may net a top prospect... I think he’d be an excellent 2 center on the New York Rangers. Tell you what: I would have traded his ass outta dodge right then...

Even more so when we discover that in the four hours we were asleep, we’d received a text saying the plane was delayed by an hour. Our visit to the Met — supposedly the cultural highlight of the trip — is crunched down to one grumpy glance at the magnificent foyer through the main entrance, and we hotfoot it to Barneys — quite possibly one of the world’s most expensive shops.

We wander around in a daze, drinking sugary tea and gently bickering over how delayed it would have to be to make it not worth going. Slightly bilious after two coffees, a bacon roll, a mini croissant and an ill-advised Mexican quesadilla, we kill time in the shops, where I try some special make-up designed to last for 24 hours — it will have its work cut out today. Because just as we reach Central Park, it starts to rain. My new Uggs start to stain and Miles is cold and wet and remembers that, other than the vinegary hotdog, we haven’t had any lunch. There we dry out and warm up and gawp in wonder at the impossibly smooth-skinned Upper-West-Side ladies of a certain age sipping spritzers in the ninth-floor bar.

Lessons have been learned — we didn’t even manage a proper meal, for goodness’ sake. A Rangerfan forever breally not happy with the current situation. Rhet0ric Tue Feb 6 2018 pm ESTDomi like all of AZ has underwhelmed.Since when does a team give up down a few points with a little less than half the schedule to play? schneidw Tue Feb 6 2018 pm ESTGORTON- Just temper your expectations on returns for Nash, Grabner and Holden... I think he is a substantially better player then he is showing right now.Our Big Apple time is trickling through our fingers, so we start pruning our schedule. ’With time now very much of the essence, what could be better than a chopper ride to get our bearings? We’re being honked at and sworn at for ignoring the Walk/Don’t Walk signs. It is warm, dark, aromatic and wood-panelled with a mirrored wall of twinkling whiskeys and bourbons and an ancient barman called Brian, who makes the drinks strong enough to revive people who have been on the go for 19 hours.

We declare the Guggenheim and the Frick early victims, along with a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and a coffee at Dean & Deluca. We arrive at the Liberty Helicopters heliport, right at the bottom of Manhattan, just in time for the safety briefing, before we’re led out to a gleaming black chopper. After two Negronis — a lethal combination of gin, Campari and vermouth — and fistfuls of smoked almonds, we are flying again (this time metaphorically).

An hour-and-a-half after our plane should have taken off, we wait impatiently at Gate 1 as a drunk fellow passenger with a vast beard is frogmarched away by security. With no cosy hotel room to retreat to and not hungry enough for a full meal, we opt for the obvious alternative: the ludicrously luxurious Majorelle bar in the Lowell Hotel.