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Big Night For Hayes As Malone, Lombardi Suffer Injury Setbacks

In his first preseason game last Monday vs. the Devils, Kevin Hayes started off slowly with a quick -2, but as the game wore on he began to display some of the attributes that made him such a coveted commodity this offseason. For a big kid, he showed agility and a play-making ability I wasn’t prepared […]

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Rangers Must Make Roster Move To Keep Duclair; No Penalty If Demoted Afterwards

Update, October 2nd, 2:00 p.m.: There were some errors in my below explanation of Duclair’s roster situation that I have edited since initially publishing this blog post. Sorry for the confusion. Original Post: According to the NHL’s CBA, a junior-aged player with a contract can play up to nine NHL games as a trial period. If he is returned […]

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Rangers 4, Blackhawks 1

The New York Rangers defeated the Chicago Blackhawks by the score of 4-1, last night. For a box score go click here. …it’s just a preseason game. It’s just a preseason game. It’s just a preseason game. Unlike last night with my wife, I’m trying to prevent premature ejaculation with this team and it’s young prospects, […]

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Malone Day-to-Day With Hip Flexor

Malone was not scheduled to play in tonight’s second preseason game in Chicago. …old man with a hip injury? The jokes write themselves. …this is par for the course with Malone who has yet to play a full 82-game schedule during his 10-year NHL career. If he can’t get back on the ice soon, his second […]

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Now Playing Center For The New York Rangers…Marty St. Louis?

Now that the shock of Derek Stepan being lost for the next 4-6 weeks is beginning to wear off, the Rangers got back to business yesterday trying to figure out how they’re going to move forward. And as is the case with any great team, one of the Rangers top players is stepping up to bat. […]

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So Now What?

Rangers Nation was in complete shock yesterday upon hearing the news that Derek Stepan fractured his fibula after crumpling to the ice under his own weight during a conditioning drill. While the initial news was a shock to the system, when you actually sit back and think about Stepan being out for 4-6 weeks you realize […]

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Rangers Reassign 20 Players From Training Camp Roster

The Rangers have reassigned 20 players from its training camp roster. Twelve of those players will report to Hartford’s training camp: Troy Donnay, Michael Kantor, Nickolas Latta, Paxton Leroux, Chris McCarthy, Richard Nejezchleb, Logan Nelson, Josh Nicholls, Sam Noreau, Mackenzie Skapski, Michael St. Croix, and Andrew Yogan. Six players will report to their Junior teams: Ryan […]

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Stepan Fractures Fibula, Out 4-6 Weeks

Four days after suffering a foot contusion due to blocking a shot that forced him to miss Sunday’s team scrimmage as well as Monday’s preseason game against the Devils, Derek Stepan went down again this morning with a broken fibula…

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Devils 5, Rangers 4

The New York Rangers lost their first preseason game of the season to the New Jersey Devils by the score of 5-4, last night. For a box score, click here. …i don’t care that it was a meaningless preseason game, damn, it was good to have hockey back last night. Even if the Rangers lost […]

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Training Camp Begins & I’m In Vegas?!?!?!?!

Besides winning the Stanley Cup, there’s no greater feeling for a hockey fan than the start of training camp. After an entire summer of free agent signings, ridiculous rumors and line-up speculation…actual hockey is finally played on the ice. So naturally the readers of this blog were jonesing for up-to-the-second news from camp. And what do […]

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Rangers Training Camp Roster & Schedule

It’s been a long three months trying to wipe the memory of Alec Martinez burying the Rangers chances of immortality with a dagger to the heart of Blueshirt Nation in the form of a double overtime Stanley Cup clinching goal. Today marks the first day of being able to turn the page as the Rangers open their […]

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All Out War for Final Roster Spots

There’s always competition for roster spots come training camp, but this season it looks as if there is at least three available to be won on the Rangers third and fourth lines. I have to assume roster spots are assured for Dominic Moore and Carl Hagelin and most likely Lee Stempniak as well. After that, it […]

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Staal Reportedly Seeking 7-Year, $6M Per Extension

Here we go again. Last season, Rangers fans had to endure torturous reports of ridiculous contract demands from some of their top players including Henrik Lundqvist, Dan Girardi and Ryan Callahan. Whelp, according to Larry Brooks at the New York Post, Marc Staal is joining the list. Brooks noted last night that Staal is reportedly seeking […]

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Wild 6, Rangers 3

For the first time in the Traverse City Tournament the Baby Blueshirts didn’t play into overtime, unfortunately, it didn’t change their luck as they finished the prospect showcase 1-1-2 after a 6-3 lost to the Minnesota Wild yesterday. It wasn’t all bad as Kevin Hayes, Ryan Haggerty and Anthony Duclair, who will all be pushing for […]

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