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Brian Leetch has chosen not to return to his NHL position, looking for work ?

Is Leetch Ready For Rangers Staff?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 12:00:38 PM - August 1, 2014

Hall of Famer and New York Rangers icon Brian Leetch has decided not to return to his position in the NHL next season. This decision makes one wonder if it is to fill the newly opened coaching position as the Rangers assistant coach that is "the eye is the sky"that opened up when Dan Lacroix moved on to become an assistant coach with the Montreal Canadiens. It was rumored before Alain Vigneault was hired that Brian Leetch would join the staff of Mark Messier if he was hired to lead the Rangers from behind the bench that never came to fruition.

Brian Leetch has started to come around the NHL the last few years as a guest commentator with the New York Rangers Pre/ Post game shows that lead him to taking a job under Brendan Shanahan in the NHL league offices last season. As Shanahan has moved on to work for the Toronto Maple Leafs, could it be that Brian Leetch is on his way to New York again?  It makes total sense that he would take the open position that has opened by the departure of Lacroix. He spent last year looking at all the games in the Toronto offices and knows alot of the players. We all know that Brian Leetch knows the game of hockey with his H.O.F. status and being the first American to win the Conn Smythe as the 1994 Stanley Cup Playoffs MVP. He lead the U.S.A. team to the World Cup Championship. He would be the perfect person at the right time to help bring along to an elite status for Ryan McDonagh. Granted the Rangers already have Ulf Samuelsson as an assistant coach in charge of the defense, but he most likely will become a head coach in the near future and if that was to happen, it would be an easy move to bring Leetch down from the press box to behind the bench. This would seem like a no-brainer.

The Rangers seem to have enough players to ice a solid squad already but everyone can see at least one more "tweak" to make the Rangers a divisional champ contender. The Rangers just need to fill the open asistant coaching position and Brian Leetch is looking for a job, so make it happen!

Let's Go Rangers!!!




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