Rangers and Coach Gerard Gallant Mutually Part Ways

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New York Rangers and head coach Gerard Gallant have mutually agreed to part ways following the Blue shirts playoff loss to the new Jersey Devils.

Gallant coached the Rangers for two seasons and had a record of 99-46-19. He led the team to the playoffs in each season and made the Eastern Conference finals in 2022.

Sources said that interviews with the players in their exit meetings were a factor in the decision to not bring Gallant back.

Rumors are that Stanley Cup winning coach Joel Quenneville could be on a short list to replace Gallant

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