And by apologies, I mean from myself. Yes, I was one of the many who pointed the finger at Sean Avery and his arrest before knowing the full story. After re-reading the article initially reporting the arrest, I discovered this beauty of a line:
All the facts haven’t been presented but the one fact remains Avery put his hands on a police officer.
Great job of being fair, objective, and accurate don’t you think? But, it could have been worse. At least I didn’t falsely accuse him of his actions AND call for a sincere public apology. I wonder what well-known beat writer did that…
But I digress; here are your Rangers headlines for today.
Jess Rubenstein claims Sean Avery shouldn’t be in a rush to apologize for anything stemming from his August 5th arrest. [The Prospect Park]
The NHL released its National television schedule for the 2011-2012 season. Your boys in blue will be featured 21 times. [NHL.com]
In a multiple-part, exclusive interview with Director of Player Personnel Gordie Clark, Joe Fortunato gets the scoop on Chris Kreider. [Blueshirt Banter]
Justine Bourne has an in-depth look in the world of painkillers in the NHL after the unfortunate deaths of Rick Rypien and Derek Boogaard. [Bourne Blog]
Resident ESPN analyst E.J. Hradek chimes in with his thoughts on the proposed rule changes at the 2011 Research & Development camp. [NHL.com]
Christian Nehls asks the question, what to do with Mats Zuccarello? [Blue Seat Blogs]
Also, make sure to keep your sights set on Blue Line Station today to see Adam’s exclusive phone interview with New York Rangers’ 5th-round draft pick Shane McColgan!
Here is the list of all the writers of Blue Line Station on Twitter. Make sure to give us all a follow!:
- Adam Herman – @BlueLineStation
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- Alex Nunn – @aj_ranger
Topics: Arrest, Chris Kreider, Derek Boogaard, Gordie Clark, Larry Brooks, Mats Zuccarrello, NBC, New York Post, New York Rangers, NHL, NHL Research And Development Camp, Rick Rypien, Sean Avery, Shane Mccolgan, Versus, Winter Classic