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Good Monday morn… er, afternoon

Posted By On May 24, 2010 @ 1:13 pm In Uncategorized | 33 Comments

Hey, sorry so late again. The three Yankees-Mets games knocked the heck out of me — traffic jams on the Whitestone every night after midnight, getting home between 1 and 2 a.m., getting to bed at 3.

So I slept in today. Also, as we get down to the final eight or so (or fewer) hockey games left in the season, we should probably start getting used to days with no posts, or minimal posts like this.

I would have been happy to see San Jose get in, but I’m ecstatic to watch Chicago in the final (love the uniforms, love the young legs, love Byfuglien=monster; love 20-Cent, plus I think their coach is one of the best in the biz and has been for years). If the Flys get in, there’s no doubt which team I want to win.


Got this from the Rangers this a.m. (or p.m.):


NEW YORK, May 24, 2010 The New York Rangers Youth Hockey Camp returns for the 6th year this summer, providing children with top-level hockey instruction with a focus on team participation and personal development. The camp consists of three multi-day sessions in Tarrytown, NY, and a newly developed program in Bridgeport, CT. The schedule is as follows:

July 12-16: Premier Camp at MSG Training Center, Tarrytown, NY.

July 19-23: Premier Camp at MSG Training Center, Tarrytown, NY.

July 26-30: Goaltending Camp at MSG Training Center , Tarrytown, NY.

Aug 16-20: Satellite Camp at Wonderland of Ice, Bridgeport, CT.

Through New York Rangers Youth Hockey Camp, youth players 7-15 years old will have the opportunity to learn from the top instructors in the tri-state area, including members of the Rangers Coaching and Training Staff, as well as Rangers great Adam Graves who will return to assist with skills development for all campers.  The children will also be visited by a selection of Rangers current top players and alumni throughout the program. In 2009, New York Rangers Captain Chris Drury, Ryan Callahan and Sean Avery made special appearances.

“It’s a privilege to be able to provide young hockey players with this caliber of professional training. Our hockey school emphasizes a complete NHL level development program both on and off the ice,” said Rangers legend Adam Graves, a key participant in running the camp through his role in Rangers Hockey and Business Operation.

For more information on Rangers Youth Hockey Camp, or to register your child, please visit NewYorkRangers.com or call (212) 465-6553. All sessions have limited openings.

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