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BREAKING NEWS: Anthony Duclair Only Owns One Shirt

Let’s get this out of the way. I’m not one for conspiracy theories. However, something strange is going on in terms of Anthony Duclair’s wardrobe. Above is a picture of him from last night with The Broadway Hat and the puck from his first NHL goal. Good for him. That’s all besides the point, though, because […]

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The Rise Of Mats Zuccarello Is Inevitable

It hasn’t been the best start to the season for Mats Zuccarello, production-wise. Last season’s Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award winner has one assist (no goals) through the first seven games on the 2014-2015 season. I think if any other forward depended on for offense had that kind of start, then the pitchforks would be […]

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PROSPECT UPDATE: Steve Fogarty Is The Best NYR Prospect You Know Nothing About

In 2011 the Rangers used a third-round pick acquired from the St. Louis Blues and selected Steve Fogarty, a higher schooler from Minnesota. Fogarty was an incredibly raw prospect that Gordie Clark acknowledged from the beginning was a project and faced a long development path. Fogarty has spent the last two seasons at Notre Dame […]

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Video Analysis: What Makes a Hit In Hockey Effective?

I was prepared to draft an article today digging into the questionable decisions of Alain Vigneault the last few days; the line decisions yesterday as well as the roster moves today. However, I soon realized it would probably end up becoming the same cyclical, rehashed arguments regarding analytics, intangibles, and so on. Instead, let’s do […]

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Islanders 6, Rangers 3

Déjà vu. In French (meci, Professeur!) that term literally translates to “already seen.” Conceptually, it refers to the feeling of experiencing something yet again. And for the Rangers, it refers to the second bizarre 6-3 loss this week. On a bigger level, it refers to yet another poor start to the NHL season. Yes, it’s only […]

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Projecting The Rangers’ Opening Night Roster: Final Attempt

Last night was the final game of the preseason, and oh boy was it ever forgettable. I’m currently writing this about an hour after the game occurred and I can remember almost nothing of significance. I just really don’t care to talk about all the nothing that happened so let’s just get straight to my roster […]

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Projecting The Rangers’ Opening Night Roster: Attempt Two

The Rangers have played two preseason games against the Philadelphia Flyers, and another round of cuts happened yesterday. With more information to go off of and the depth chart a bit more clear, let’s do Take Two of my projection for what the Rangers’ roster will look like on opening night. As with last time, […]

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Projecting The Rangers’ Opening Night Roster: Attempt One

The Rangers’ roster has been removed of a lot of clutter, with a number of players sent back to juniors or down to Hartford’s training camp. Two preseason games have also been played, with almost everyone left in camp featuring in at least one. A picture is starting to be painted in regards to how […]

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Preseason Game 2: Rangers At Blackhawks

We’re not even two games into the preseason and we already have our first major plot-twist of the season; that being Derek Stepan’s injury. Insert all sorts of clichés here. “We have to conduct our business as usual. “It’s an opportunity for someone else to step up.” Well, it’s true. The Rangers do have to […]

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Pre-Season Game One: Rangers Vs Devils

It’s over! It’s finally over! Look, I love summer about as much as anyone you’ll find. But the weeks and months in which we kill time by digging into AHL signings and Kevin loses his mind, turning into the Fashion Police are dreadful. Absolutely miserable. But the offseason is over! Tonight, the Rangers’ officially start the […]

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Prospect Update: Pavel Buchnevich Scores Twice, Is On The Rise (VIDEO)

While we are all itching for Rangers’ training camp to get underway, the KHL is already fully immersed in regular season action. New York Rangers’ prospect Pavel Buchnevich, who was earning fringe minutes last season with Severstal Cheropovets, was give a vote of confidence by his head coach and has been vaulted to the team’s […]

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SOURCE: TV, Movie Mogul Jerry Bruckheimer In Talks To Own Las Vegas NHL Team

Quite a ripple materialized in the NHL waters yesterday when The Province’s Tony Gallagher reported that expansion to Las Vegas is “a done deal.” From the article: “Sources close to the situation have indicated Las Vegas is a done deal, the only thing to be determined being which owner will be entitled to proclaim that he brought the […]

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Danny Kristo’s Future With The Rangers Is In Doubt

I think I caught a number of people by surprise when I ranked Danny Kristo ninth in my prospect rankings back in July. Kristo came to the Rangers with a good amount of hype. He was one of the few standouts at the Traverse City tournament, showed some flashes of skill in the pre-season, and […]

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