Monday, June 8, 2015

NHL Snap Shots: Sather, Capitals Development Camp, Stevens

There has been consideration given by New York Rangers' General Manager Glen Sather to stepping away from his current role, as reported in the New York Post.  With the Rangers making another strong push towards the Stanley Cup, there may be some external pressure to elevate talent existing within the organization.  As Katie Strang reported in a recent article for ESPN, there have been advances made by other NHL organization towards the current assistant General Manager Jeff Gorton.  In that light, it's entirely possible that Sather could also move into a similar role as Lou Lamoriello recently did with the New Jersey Devils, and allow Gorton to move into the GM role.  In additional Metropolitan Division news:

  • The Washington Capitals will hold their development camp between July 7 and 11 at the team's practice facility in Arlington, as reported at the Washington Post.  The team will most likely not announce which prospects will attend the development camp until after the draft this month, as noted in the Post.  
  • Scott Stevens would like to remain with the New Jersey Devils in some capacity, even though he was not chosen as their next head coach, according to Rich Chere at nj.com.  Stevens was co-coach of the Devils at the end of last season, along with Adam Oates, and with current team president Lou Lamoriello on the bench as well. 
 

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