The Sunday Read: Why the Rangers’ next manager could already be in charge
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October won’t be the time for anyone in the Rangers’ front office to catch up on rest.
The start of a typical offseason is busy enough, with cleaning up the just finished season and gearing up for player acquisition. This offseason, though, the Rangers’ top priority will be finding a new field manager after Chris Woodward was fired Monday.
Managerial searches are exhausting, and there is going to be a search.