Rangers Announcer ‘Outraged’ by ESPN Analysts Who Claim Team ‘Doesn’t Count’ Among New York Franchises



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Rangers Announcer ‘Outraged’ by ESPN Analysts Who Claim Team ‘Doesn’t Count’ Among New York Franchises



Rangers Announcer ‘Outraged’ by ESPN Analysts Who Claim Team ‘Doesn’t Count’ Among New York Franchises

Rangers announcer John Giannone was outraged by ESPN analysts who claimed that the New York Rangers don’t count among the four major New York franchises.

Giannone’s Response

Giannone responded to the comments on Twitter, saying that the Rangers have been a part of New York since 1926 and have been a part of the NHL since its inception in 1917. He also noted that the team has won four Stanley Cups, more than any other New York franchise.

ESPN’s Response

ESPN responded to Giannone’s comments, saying that the analysts were referring to the four major professional sports leagues in the US: MLB, NBA, NFL, and NHL. They said that the Rangers are not one of the four major franchises in New York, and that the four major franchises are the Mets, Yankees, Giants, and Jets.

Giannone’s Final Response

Giannone responded to ESPN’s statement, saying that the Rangers are a major professional sports franchise in New York, and that they should be included in the conversation. He also noted that the Rangers have been a part of New York for over 90 years and have been a part of the NHL since its inception.

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Summary: Rangers announcer John Giannone was outraged by ESPN analysts who claimed that the New York Rangers don’t count among the four major New York franchises. Giannone responded to the comments on Twitter, noting that the team has been a part of New York since 1926 and have won four Stanley Cups. ESPN responded to Giannone’s comments, saying that the analysts were referring to the four major professional sports leagues in the US. Giannone responded to ESPN’s statement, saying that the Rangers are a major professional sports franchise in New York and should be included in the conversation. #SPORT

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