Alain Vigneault reportedly inked a five-year contract with the Rangers that will pay him around $2 million annually.
The Vancouver Canucks have confirmed that they have signed Joacim Eriksson.
Assuming the reports are true and Alain Vigneault will be the New York Rangers' head coach, his introductory press conference isn't expected to happen before Thursday.
The New York Rangers have yet to formally announce the hiring of Alain Vigneault as their next head coach.
It sounds like the Dallas Stars did what they could to secure the services of Alain Vigneault, who is reportedly all but signed by the New York Rangers.
The New York Daily News reports that Alain Vigneault is signing with the New York Rangers as of this moment.
It appears that the Vancouver Canucks have signed goaltending prospect Joacim Eriksson.
As of late Friday night all indications were that Alain Vigneault will become the Rangers' next head coach.
It's believed that Alain Vigneault made a good impression on Glen Sather and other New York Rangers brass in Tuesday's interview, according to the New York Post's Larry Brooks.
Dale Weise said he would wear a visor if he didn't have a fourth-line role, which requires him to fight sometimes.
The New York Rangers will interview Alain Vigneault for their head coach job Tuesday, a source tells ESPN New York's Katie Strang.
Henrik Sedin said there haven't been any contract extension talks with the Vancouver Canucks at this point.
The Rangers will interview former Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault for their vacant head coach position, according to the New York Daily News.
As far as Cory Schneider is concerned, bigger pads aren't always to the goaltender's benefit.
David Booth's agent says his client actually fractured his ankle and tore ligaments when he was injured in mid-March.