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    Justin Falk: Rangers' D Justin Falk short stint in AHL

    Justin Falk - D - BUF - Mar. 1 - 10:20 am et

    Defenseman Justin Falk, who has not gotten into the Rangers' lineup since Dec. 29 because coach Alain Vigneault has made him a healthy scratch, rejected a chance to play a few games in the AHL to log some minutes.
    Vigneault said Falk declined the offer given that he believes hes ready to contribute at the NHL level and his wife who lives with him in Manhattan is expecting a baby. "When we got back from the break, I sat down with Falker and offered him the possibility to go to Hartford and play a few games since our schedule permitted it and thats always players option," Vigneault said. "He felt in his situation, and I respect that, he felt he was getting everything he needed here if we needed him to play. Youve got to respect that. He thinks that obviously at some point were gonna need him that hell be good to go. Hes our seventh defenseman. . .For the number of games hes played this year, his attitude and his work ethic has been outstanding. Hes never said a word. Hes just done what the coaches have wanted him to. So if a player tells me hes fine that way, Ive got no issues with it." Falk will be an unrestricted free agent after the season. Mar. 1 - 10:20 am et
    Source: New York Daily News

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