Ken Rosenthal Biography, Age, Family, Education, Relationship, Career, Net Worth

New York Rangers: Building the fourth line

What is the purpose of the fourth line? On a good NHL team, the fourth line can be an effective tool used to change game dynamics and swing momentum. A really good fourth line can chip in with the occasional goal or two, or even change the face of a playoff series. Does anyone pay attention to the Bruins fourth line against the Hurricanes?

On a bad team, the fourth line can be a dust bin where you hide AHL talent until you get some players back from injured reserve.

You don’t often hear about a player being developed while on the fourth line, they are usually the grinders, the checkers, the agitators and gritty guys, very rarely mistaken for top-line talent.

If you watch a lot of Rangers games, you often hear Joe Micheletti talk about how the Rangers would prefer to give their young talent meaningful minutes in Hartford rather than fourth line minutes with the NHL team. This seems logical, but it also begs the question of who then fits the bill as a fourth line player.

For the Rangers, the player that was most often mentioned in this vein was Lias Andersson. The Rangers seemed stuck between a rock and a hard place with Andersson. On one hand, he was the seventh overall pick in the 2017 draft, and playing him on the fourth line seems almost insulting to the player and frustrating for fans.

Ken Rosenthal Biography

Ken Rosenthal (born September 19, 1962) is an American sportswriter and reporter. He serves as a field reporter for Fox Major League Baseball and in-studio reporter for MLB Network. Since August 2017, he is a senior baseball writer for The Athletic.

Ken Rosenthal Age

Rosenthal was born on September 19, 1962, in Oyster Bay, New York, United States.

Ken Rosenthal Family

Rosenthal grew up in Oyster Bay, New York.

Ken Rosenthal Education

He got his early education from a high school called Oyster Bay High School. This school is located in a place called Oyster Bay of New York. He went to the University of Pennsylvania for his degree.

Ken Rosenthal Relationship | Wife | Children

Rosenthal is happily married to his wife Lisa. However, he has kept the information about his wife and wedding low key. But sometimes he mentions his wife and even tweets about her in his Twitter account. He has a total of three children, and they make their family small and happy.

Sadly, his daughter Sarah the youngest of his three children suffered from scoliosis, or curvature of the spine when she was 10 years old. After the surgery, she was completely fine and she even started dancing.

Ken Rosenthal Career

After serving as an intern covering sports for Newsday on Long Island, he began his career in 1984 at the York Daily Record. He moved on to the Courier-Post in Cherry Hill, New Jersey for two years before landing a full-time job with The Baltimore Sun, where he was named Maryland Sportswriter of the Year five times by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association during his tenure from 1987 to 2000.

Rosenthal simultaneously contributed to Sports Illustrated from 1990 to 2000, providing weekly notes during baseball season. He then spent five years at The Sporting News before joining Fox Sports in 2005.

He regularly wears a bow tie when appearing on Fox Sports telecasts in support of various charitable organizations. In 2015 and 2016, Rosenthal won the Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Reporter for his work with Fox Sports and MLB Network.

In June 2017, eliminated its writing staff to focus only on video, leaving Rosenthal without an editorial home. He began posting stories on his Facebook page, before joining The Athletic in August 2017 as a senior baseball writer.

Ken Rosenthal Net Worth

His net worth is surely in millions of dollars. As he earns an average salary of $50K per annum.

Ken Rosenthal Awards

He won the Sports Emmy Award for the category of Outstanding Sports Personality, and this has been his biggest achievement till date.

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