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05-05-2013, 08:27 AM
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You guys dream, seriously. Even if the Rangers get swept and don't score another goal the rest of this series (which let's be honest, is totally possible ) Torts is going nowhere.

Management made it clear with the Gaborik trade. They chose Torts over Gaborik despite the Rangers struggles as a whole. Sather gave Tortorella a team built to his fitting once again. One superstar (Nash), a player who is turning into a superstar (Stepan), and a whole bunch of complementary depth players who can JAMJAMJAMJAM all night long.

As unfortunate as it is, I'd say Torts gets another 30-50 games next season to try and prove himself again as an NHL coach. If the Rangers have success, are looking good, and in the thick of things in the playoff race; Torts stays. If they're ****ting the bed again like they were for most of this season, then I'd suspect Torts is officially on the hot seat.

But to think he's going anywhere after this season, you're just setting yourself up for disappointment.

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