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07:39 AM ET 02.07 | Unless something unexpected develops before Friday's 3 p.m. Olympic roster freeze, Ryan Callahan will go through the break as a member of the Rangers. Which means the countdown on the captain's future will begin anew and in more earnest from the moment the freeze is lifted hours after the Feb. 23 gold medal game in Sochi, Russia, through the NHL's March 5 trade deadline. The Post has learned there was essentially no progress the last two days toward overcoming the impasse in negotiations between the Blueshirts and No. 24, even as general manager Glen Sather and Callahan's agent, Steve Bartlett, renewed discussions, with the gap between the parties remaining as substantial as ever. Callahan's asking price of seven years for upward of $6.5 million per year is known around the league.

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February 7, 2014  09:34 AM ET

It seemed like the whole Rangers team was auditioning for the Edmonton Oilers. They played the Oilers game perfectly. They showed up for about 10 minutes each period and expected to win. Playing like that, anyone of them would fit nicely with the Oilers. The Oilers fooled them though. They showed up for 12 minutes each period this time.

February 7, 2014  09:34 AM ET

Pull the trigger already, Sather.

Get me a goal scoarer.

February 7, 2014  09:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

It seemed like the whole Rangers team was auditioning for the Edmonton Oilers. They played the Oilers game perfectly. They showed up for about 10 minutes each period and expected to win. Playing like that, anyone of them would fit nicely with the Oilers. The Oilers fooled them though. They showed up for 12 minutes each period this time.

Let me help you out.....
anyone with quickness, speed and half way decent dangling skills presents a challenge for Rangers D.

I thought the kids played well for Deadmonton. Their skill forced alot of turnovers by Rag's D.

February 7, 2014  09:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Pull the trigger already, Sather. Get me a goal scoarer.

Hemsky?

Gagner?

Both?

February 7, 2014  09:54 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Let me help you out.....anyone with quickness, speed and half way decent dangling skills presents a challenge for Rangers D. I thought the kids played well for Deadmonton. Their skill forced alot of turnovers by Rag's D.

No way in Hades the Oilers win this game if the Rags show up and play to half their potential. They chose to play down to their opposition. And, for the few minutes they woke up here and there and showed some interest, they run into Ben Scrivens who was sensational. The Oilers aren't second to last for nothing, y'know?

February 7, 2014  10:10 AM ET

I used pause a lot on ''Basic Instinct''

 
February 7, 2014  10:17 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

No way in Hades the Oilers win this game if the Rags show up and play to half their potential. They chose to play down to their opposition. And, for the few minutes they woke up here and there and showed some interest, they run into Ben Scrivens who was sensational. The Oilers aren't second to last for nothing, y'know?

well if there was one team that could lose to them......it's the Rag's!

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