Updated: April 25, 2003, 9:13 AM ETBy By Jim Wilkie | NHL Insider
New York Rangers: 19 goals and 53 points are not the type of numbers expected from a No. 1 center. Throw in a contract that could run more than $9 million next year and it's easy to understand why New York Rangers GM Glen Sather is rumored to be shopping Eric Lindros to any takers. Philadelphia Flyers: After a first-round loss to Philadelphia, only two players bothered to show up for the Maple Leafs' traditional end-of-season gathering. Toronto coach Pat Quinn and captain Mats sundin acknowledged a rift that divided the Maple Leafs dressing room this season but they asserted that players remained professional.
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