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05-10-2007, 09:30 AM
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Very awesome

so I intern at MSG and so far I've seen a bunch of Ranger people but I just saw Mark Messier in the hallway on my way to the bathroom what a feeling that was. I've seen Graves a bunch of times but gotta say I have never been as excited. If I catch him on the way out I'm taking pictures.

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Lucky bastid!!! That's awesome! How the hell did you get the internship?

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so I intern at MSG and so far I've seen a bunch of Ranger people but I just saw Mark Messier in the hallway on my way to the bathroom what a feeling that was. I've seen Graves a bunch of times but gotta say I have never been as excited. If I catch him on the way out I'm taking pictures.
I did that, too, in summer '05...That's actually how I found out about hockeysfuture.com. For anyone interested, I highly recommend this program. It's always listed under the employment/job opportunities link at the Rangers website, as well as the NHL website. I did PR, but there are different depts, like Community Relations, Accounting, Team Administration, etc. The highlight for me was going out to lunch with Gravey, who had just started working there that summer, on our last day.

Some of my friends interning at the Knicks got to camp out at Larry Brown's house on Long Island with thousands of dollars worth of stuff when they were first courting him...Glad to see that turned out well

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I did that, too, in summer '05...That's actually how I found out about hockeysfuture.com. For anyone interested, I highly recommend this program. It's always listed under the employment/job opportunities link at the Rangers website, as well as the NHL website. I did PR, but there are different depts, like Community Relations, Accounting, Team Administration, etc. The highlight for me was going out to lunch with Gravey, who had just started working there that summer, on our last day.

Some of my friends interning at the Knicks got to camp out at Larry Brown's house on Long Island with thousands of dollars worth of stuff when they were first courting him...Glad to see that turned out well
Definitely this has been an awesome experience if not just for the perks. On gamedays, me and a few other guys just walk around the arena and we see Nylander on the bench taping up his sticks. Walk by the lockers and see all the pregame behind the scenes action. The kind of access you aren't likely to experience ever. I have one more internship remaining to complete my undergrad. I am hoping to do this again next fall.

If you're interested in the program just call them up and see what they have available. I'm pretty sure most of the summer internship openings are filled up though since Spring is about to end. You interview for the position available but the HR department is great here and they help you out. They understand the situation. Highly recommended.

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how fitting then is your name here on the boards? where'd you see him again?

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ahhhhh Maloney interviews for the Yotes....Messier at MSG......?

Was Mess wearing a suit ?

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Definitely this has been an awesome experience if not just for the perks. On gamedays, me and a few other guys just walk around the arena and we see Nylander on the bench taping up his sticks. Walk by the lockers and see all the pregame behind the scenes action. The kind of access you aren't likely to experience ever. I have one more internship remaining to complete my undergrad. I am hoping to do this again next fall.

If you're interested in the program just call them up and see what they have available. I'm pretty sure most of the summer internship openings are filled up though since Spring is about to end. You interview for the position available but the HR department is great here and they help you out. They understand the situation. Highly recommended.
Are you the kids I see around the building in suits and ties?

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meeting Mark Messier on the way to the bathrooms and you got a pleasurable feeling .......that's how malicious rumours get started!

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Are you the kids I see around the building in suits and ties?
Actually, all MSG employees are supposed to wear business attire whenever they are in the arena.

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how fitting then is your name here on the boards? where'd you see him again?
whatever name i have on the boards wouldn't show up on the marquee

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get it? you saw Messier "in the hall" way..

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get it? you saw Messier "in the hall" way..
totally went over my head.. that was a good one

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well that's awesome. I wish I had interned at MSG when I was an undergrad. Do you have to be a sports management/business-type major? I don't know how eager they would have been to accept an art history/anthropology major.

If I saw Messier in real life I would have gone crazy.

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well that's awesome. I wish I had interned at MSG when I was an undergrad. Do you have to be a sports management/business-type major? I don't know how eager they would have been to accept an art history/anthropology major.

If I saw Messier in real life I would have gone crazy.
I don't think your major matters much.

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Well this in interesting, my grad degree is in sports managment. And I have one more class left....internship.

Hmm...

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