5/21/18 | 5:03PM: According to Mike McMahon, Quinn initially turned down a four-year offer from the Rangers worth $2 million per season before agreeing to a five-year deal worth around $2.4 million. (College Hockey News)
8:33AM: Renaud Lavoie notes that Quinn rejected the Rangers first offer two weeks ago but was not able to "resist" the second. (Journal de Montreal)
Quinn will reportedly earn around $2.4 million with the Rangers after reportedly earning $600,000, with an expense account and car, at BU. (Journal de Montreal)
5/19/18 | On Saturday morning, John Buccigross sent out a tweet in reference to David Quinn, and how he may have ended up with the Rangers, that said "Sometimes the money is too good to pass up. You love your job. It's a great job. A "last job" you could have for 15-20 years. But, then this life changing contract offer is presented." (Buccigross)
Jeff Cox of the NE Hockey Journal said that it's believed the Rangers "sweetened" their offer to Quinn twice and that with speculation of a deal worth over $10 million "I don't care how loyal you are to your school. That's tough to turn down."
The New York Times reports that Quinn and the Rangers came to an agreement in principle over the last couple of days and that Quinn had previously turned down "at least" one prior offer from the Rangers. (NY TImes)
Quinn was one of the first candidates that Jeff Gorton reached out to and despite indications that he wanted to remain at BU, "Gorton persisted." (NY TImes)
The Boston Globe writes that Quinn is believed to be in New York and is expected to be officially named as the Rangers head coach early this week.
Quinn told friends over two-weeks ago, after he first interviewed with the Rangers, that he intended to remain at BU but he never withdrew his name and the Rangers kept him on their "short list." (NY Post)
The Rangers, according to Larry Brooks, planned to speak with more potential coaches this week but that all changed when Quinn decided to join the Rangers. (NY Post)