David Quinn's job status as coach of the New York Rangers and how equipped they are to reach the Stanley Cup Playoffs next season will be part of Chris Drury's offseason evaluation of the team.
Drury was promoted to president and general manager Wednesday after president John Davidson and general manager Jeff Gorton were fired.
"I'm certainly not going to sit here and talk about anyone's job status in the organization publicly," Drury said about Quinn on Thursday. "I know it's been a wild year since we started. It's been well-documented, everything the team has gone through on and off the ice. Again, we're going to take a look at every aspect of the organization when things end and we'll start that process next week."