By Matt ClaassenAssociated PressWith the New York Rangers coming off a season that saw them fall from their perch as the NHL’s best team, the team’s GM has taken the opportunity to make an effort to improve the team, especially after he was let go last season.
John Chaias goal was to make the team a contender, and he was successful with that goal.
He was also fired in December after just a year and a half in the job.
Now, as the Sabres look to rebuild, Chaykas job is up in the air and he needs to make a decision on whether to stay or go.
The team is currently in the midst of the playoffs, and Chaykas contract with the team expires after the season.
The Sabres are currently in a rebuild phase with the help of the Sabres’ AHL affiliate, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, which is trying to become the NHL affiliate of the Buffalo Sabres.
Chay’s decision will likely determine how much time the Sabres have to rebuild.
The Islanders have made it clear they don’t want Chay to be the GM.
The Islanders have expressed their frustration in recent weeks.
They are currently 3-1-1 in the season, but the Islanders are still searching for their first win of the season over the Sabres on Thursday.
The Sabres and Islanders play two games in a week.
The Rangers are currently 4-1 and have been on a winning streak with a 6-3-1 record, but their playoff hopes are fading.
They have a 2-2-1 stretch and have played five games against the Sabres, Islanders and New York Islanders.
Chayka has a contract with a team in the AHL, and there is some uncertainty as to whether he will be allowed to stay with the Islanders.
He is a free agent and could return to Buffalo after his contract expires.
Chaias contract expires in 2018.
The NHL has a rule that a team must have a GM by the end of the current season.
It is a tough rule to enforce because teams have an incentive to keep their GMs, but it is something that teams must do.