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Staal Contract Extension Could Start at Six-Years, $5.5M Per

Another year, another anticipated contract battle as Larry Brooks at the New York Post reports that Marc Staal’s contract extension negotiations with the Rangers could start at six-year, $5.5 million per year as he could easily obtain that number on the open market next summer. In 460 career games, Staal has 27g, 84a. Last season he […]

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Rangers Sign Stempniak

You figured it was only a matter of time before the Rangers grabbed a veteran off the scrap heap and now they have.

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Talbot’s Bill Murray Themed Ghostbuster Mask

Here’s a preview of Cam Talbot’s newest Ghostbuster mask for next season… …in a word: AMAZING! Murray’s best line in Ghostbusters is one that so perfectly describes Rangers fans when anything good or bad happens…

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Booth Could Be This Year’s Pouliot

After yesterday’s news regarding possible Rangers restricted free agent salary demands, the Blueshirts are likely to be up against or very close to the cap after re-signing all their RFAs. Which is a scary proposition considering I still think they need one more scorer. Sure, JT Miller and Oscar Lindberg have the ability to make […]

Video: A Summer to Remember

Here’s a little something to get your mind off the insanity that is the NHL offseason from the great AJ Castiglia

….damn that was an amazing run. Let’s do it again this year!!!!!

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Summer 2014 New York Rangers’ Prospect Rankings: 1-12

Today is the release of “Part Three” of my prospect rankings, with this being my opinion on the top-12 prospects within the organization. You can view players 36-25 here and players 24-13 here.   12 (N/A) Mat Bodie, Defenseman, 24 Years Old The highest-ranked newcomer to the prospect pool. Bodie was the captain of Union […]

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What Rangers RFAs Are Looking For

With the Rangers RFAs’ arbitration hearings less than a week away, negotiations continue to be on-going. After signing Matthew Lombardi to a $800,000 per year contract yesterday, the Rangers are left with a little over $13 million to re-sign Chris Kreider, Mats Zuccarello, Derrick Brassard and John Moore. Unfortunately, according to Larry Brooks at the […]

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Summer 2014 New York Rangers’ Prospect Rankings: 13-24

This is “Part Two” of my ranking of the New York Rangers’ prospects. You can view “Part One,” which included players ranked 36th through 25th, via this link. Today is the release of players I’ve ranked 24th through 13th.   24 (16). Marek Hrivik, Winger, 22 Years Old He was underwhelming for majority of last […]

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Summer 2014 New York Rangers’ Prospect Rankings: 36-25

I published my version of the New York Rangers’ prospect rankings in early January, which you can view here. A lot has changed since then. The prospects have since played for four-to-six months, depending on their schedule, and thus all have developed (or failed to) in different ways over that time. Aside from that, the Rangers […]

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JT Miller Will Get Huge Chance This Season

With the Rangers cap situation less than ideal, it’s not very likely that they’ll have the ability to replace both Brad Richards and Beniot Pouliot through free agency or a trade. While Glen Sather will most assuredly find a way to acquire a substitute for one of the two, it’s looking more and more likely […]

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Brooks: Rick Nash Is Not Being Traded

With the free agency cupboard becoming more and more bare by the day, conventional thinking is that if Glen Sather is going to upgrade the Rangers it’s going to be via a trade. And the one Rangers player who continues to be mentioned among Blueshirt Nation as possible trade bait is Rick Nash. I can’t […]

NYR Arbitration Dates Set; NHL News and Notes

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)

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The Clear-Cut Case of Tanner Glass; He’s Not Good At Hockey

Earlier today Kevin wrote a piece in which he broke down what he called the “curious case” of Tanner Glass. Largely, I understand what he was trying to do. Just as in my “Retain or Release” articles, Kevin wanted to present the best arguments he could to, while highlighting some issues, bring hope for success […]

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