If that holds true, Rosen reports that Girardi will replace Adam Clendening in the Rangers lineup.
The Rangers are 3-2-0 to start the season without Girardi, including a nice 4-2 win against the Washington Capitals on Saturday.
For plenty of Rangers fans, this is great news, especially since New York could probably use some fresh legs on a back-to-back. He hasn’t played so far this season thanks to a groin injury.
More than a few people wonder if the former All-Star is actually a hindrance to his team, however, so expect some jokes here and there.
These two tweets from earlier this season do a decent job of summarizing the dichotomy: