Here is the official link from the Rangers announcing John Tortorella as the new head coach.
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has named John Tortorella as the team’s new Head Coach.
John Tortorella has won championships at three levels of professional hockey, including the 1996 AHL Calder Cup and the 2004 Stanley Cup championship as head coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Tortorella, 50, becomes the 34th Head Coach in the 83-year history of the Rangers. He returns to the organization after serving as Head Coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning for seven seasons. Under his guidance, Tampa Bay compiled a 239-222-36-38 record in 535 games. He led the Lightning to four consecutive Stanley Cup Playoff appearances, including two Southeast Division Championships in 2002-03 and 2003-04.