We did it, folks. A summer worth of enduring pictures of Kings players enjoying themselves with the Stanley Cup around the world, watching re-runs of the Stanley Cup Final and the image of Lundqvist flat on his stomach with the Kings celebrating feet away is over. Time to get down to business. It isn’t completely […]
A sign that the NHL season is creeping ever closer. Yesterday, the Rangers preseason schedule became public and for the first time in 4 years, the team won’t be spending all of it on the road. Here it is as follows: 9/22: NJD @ NYR 9/26: NYR @ CHI 9/29: PHI @ NYR 9/30: NYR @ PHI […]
Hearing this morning that the Rangers are in the thick of the bidding for Kevin Hayes. — Mark Divver (@MarkDivver)
Yesterday, we finally learned the dates for the arbitration hearings regarding the Rangers three Group II RFA’s: NYR arbitration sked: Derick Brassard – July 28, 2014 Chris Kreider – July 23, 2014 Mats Zuccarello – July 25, 2014 — Rangers Report (@rangersreport)
The NHL just gained yet another reason to extend the Eastern Conference Finals as if the officiating wasn’t already doing a good job of that as it is… In a Sunday column in The Globe and Mail, James Mirtle states that with every $20 million (US) the NHL brings in during the postseason, roughly another $400K […]
Win a game with a lead in a series? Check. Win a Game 2 in any series? Done. Did Nash start scoring again? Yup. How about that power play? Enflammé. Life is good in Rangerland right now. No more worries about Lundqvist’s history in Montreal after stunning performances in Games 1 & 2. No more […]
With the Eastern Conference Finals set and in honor in one of the greatest trades in NYR history, the reaction and fallout to “the trade” in all its glory… How does a team trade Ryan McDonagh for Gomez's contract? Isn't the team trading Gomez's contract supposed to trade the blue-chipper? — Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski)
Box Score It would be much easier for me to tell you who played well tonight compared to who didn’t and I’d be able to end this recap right here… All kidding aside, if not for Lundqvist playing at 110% tonight, there’s a decent chance you would be able to count how many goals Pittsburgh […]
Gary Bettman was in Philadelphia yesterday and held a brief press conference prior to the Rangers – Flyers game on a myriad of subjects, such as the Islanders ownership issue, future NHL outdoor games and the travel situation to and from New York and Philly for this series. One of the other subjects that came […]
Wow…this haircut is something else!!!
It’s the end of another month, which means it’s time to relive every goal the Rangers scored in March, once again courtesy of NYR Blog reader Jake Albi. Enjoy.
In a fairly lengthy interview this morning posted by Aaron Portzline for the Columbus Dispatch, Rick Nash was asked about his time in Columbus among other subjects. But at the very end of the interview, Portzline asked Nash about what he thinks about the vacant Rangers captaincy bid and whether he would have interest in […]
Box Score Tough luck loss. Give credit to Antti Niemi and his 41 saves. Came up huge in the face of pressure during the first period. Rangers showed that they are capable of playing up to one of the best teams in the league. Just couldn’t finish. The Rangers outplayed San Jose for most of, […]
Box Score Congrats to Henrik Lundqvist for victory no. 300 for to go along with his 49th shutout, which ties Eddie Giacomin for first all time in Rangers history. Also, Lundqvist now with 300 wins sits one behind Mike Richter for first in that category. Easy win by Lundqvist's standards, who had to be good late […]
"Eyes on the Enemy" is a continuing bi-annual series on the NY Rangers Blog giving fans updates on the Rangers closest rivals. Part 5 of the Olympic version of 'EotE' will focus on the New York Islanders. Any contract figures listed below are courtesy of capgeek.com Standings: 22-30-8 (16 ROW) Fourteen points behind Philadelphia for 3rd in Metro […]