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PensBurgh Apr 16, 2015

Get to know a Ranger: Tanner Glass

Our final preview of the Penguins/Rangers series looks at an old friend. Name: Tanner Glass Height: 6'1" Weight: 210 lbs Born: November 29nd, 1983 (31 years old) Drafted: FLA 9th Round 2003, 265th Overall (acquired by the Rangers as a free agent in 2014 on a three year, $1.45 million average per year contract) 2014-15 stat line: 66 games played, 1 goal, 5 assists, 98 penalty minutes 2013-14 playoff stat line: 8 GP, 0G, 0A, 4 PIMs 2014-15 stats vs Penguins: 3 GP, 0G, 0A, 0 PIMs 2014-15 5v5 Advanced Stats: 43.5 CF%, -7.0% Corsi Relative, 96.8 PDO Player detail (via a secret...
Blueshirt Banter Mar 27, 2015

Video Breakdown: Noted Goal Scorer™ Tanner Glass Snipes One Home

Tanner Glass had the wicked snipe job beauty last night...bro? Welcome back to Video Breakdown where I blah blah blah with the yadda yadda yadda, let's skip the pleasantries and get right down to it. Note Goal Scorer™ Tanner Glass scored a wonderfully sniped goal on Professional Meat Type Foodstuff Stealer™ Andrew Hammond last night. So how did Noted Goal Scorer™ Tanner Glass get that open? Well that's because he went to Dartmouth College and is a pretty smart cookie. Everyone thought that Noted Goal Scorer™ Tanner Glass made a mistake taking a slashing penalty while already...

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