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Topic - Mark Messier
NEW YORK (AP) — It has taken nearly 20 years for Mark Messier's nephew to get back in action at Madison Square Garden.
Alain Vigneault brought a whole lot of experience and success into his interview with New York Rangers general manager Glen Sather.
"I just think that watching college hockey, with the intensity and the passion that they play with, it's a great product," Messier said.
"I have had a long history of relatives that have played at both Yale and Harvard," Messier said. "My brother played college hockey at Denver University. I was supposed to go on a scholarship to Denver. They recruited me when I was 16 and 17. I have always kind of liked college hockey and what it stood for."