John Moore

Moore Offered In Person Hearing; No Supplementary Discipline for Kreider

Update, 6:43 p.m.: Lots of confusion surrounding the Moore hearing. Here’s the latest… …what do you expect when you have a former Flyer helping run things over there? …not sure it matters if he’s there or not. The fact that he’s been offered an in-person hearing means it’s likely going to be 6+ games. Original […]

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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 […]


Rangers 5, Wild 4

The New York Rangers (5-4-0) defeated the Minnesota Wild (4-3-0) by the score of 5-4, tonight. For a box score, click here. …so how do I describe this game? …ho-hum, just another example of the Rangers thriving in the face of adversity with Vigneault behind the bench. After witnessing his team’s embarrassing display of defensive zone […]


Game 9: Rangers vs. Wild

The New York Rangers (4-4-0) host the Minnesota Wild (4-2-0) at Madison Square Garden at 7pm, tonight. For a preview, click here. RangersGameNotes TV: MSG Radio: ESPN Radio (98.7 FM) Live Stream (Don’t click on ads in stream, may download virus): Probable line-up: Kreider-St. Louis-Nash Zuccarello-Brassard-Stempniak Duclair-D. Moore-Hagelin Glass-Mueller-Malone McDonagh-Girardi Staal-Klein Moore-Hunwick Goalie match-up: Henrik Lundqvist – 4-3-0, 3.14 gaa, .895 […]

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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 […]


Is Impending Free Agency Negatively Impacting Staal, Zuccarello?

One of the big quandaries through the first month of last season was the mystery behind Henrik Lundqvist’s struggles. Many theories were discussed including new equipment regulations and injury. But the ultimate culprit was the All World goaltender’s contract negotiations as he immediately rediscovered his netminding magic upon signing a seven-year, $59.5 million extension in December. Unfortunately, it looks […]


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 […]


Canadiens 3, Rangers 1

The New York Rangers (4-4-0) lost to the Montreal Canadiens (7-1-0) by the score of 3-1, last night. For a box score, click here. …this game was lost for the Rangers in front of the net. In their own end they couldn’t clear out the Montreal forwards leading to the final two goals and in […]


Game 8: Rangers @ Canadiens

The New York Rangers (4-3-0) visit the Montreal Canadiens (6-1-0) at the Bell Centre at 7pm, tonight. For a preview, click here. Rangers Game Notes TV: MSG Radio: ESPN Radio (98.7 FM) Live Stream (Don’t click on ads in stream, may download virus): Probable line-up: Kreider-Hayes-Nash Zuccarello-Brassard-St. Louis Duclair-D. Moore-Hagelin Glass-Mueller-Stempniak McDonagh-Girardi Staal-Klein Moore-Hunwick Goalie match-up: Henrik Lundqvist – 4-2-0, […]


Status Quo on Staal Contract; Nash’s Workout; Hagelin Is Fast; Miller Scores Again

While the Rangers defense has seemingly gotten back on track, one thing that hasn’t are contract negotiations with Marc Staal (via New York Post)… “Talks are open-ended,” Staal’s agent Paul Krepelka said. “No deadline has been given as yet, though that’s obviously subject to change as we move further into the season.” Staal is believed […]


Duclair In, Malone Out In Eastern Conference Finals Rematch

After being a healthy scratch the last two games, Anthony Duclair found himself back on the third line in practice today as the Rangers prepared for their first meeting against the Montreal Canadiens since last year’s heated Eastern Conference Finals. With Duclair’s inclusion into the line-up, Ryan Malone found himself skating as an extra with […]

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Alain Vigneault: Master Motivator

After the Rangers mutiny against Führer Tortorella back in the Spring of 2013, conventional wisdom was that the Rangers would replace him with a players coach. And that thought process was confirmed with the hiring of Alain Vigneault, who had the reputation of using a hands-off approach which allowed his players to police themselves While that coaching strategy […]

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Since the Rangers Are Resting So Am I

Inspired by this quote from Alain Vigneault yesterday regarding the Rangers three day break in between games… “It’s good for us, in a sense. Rest and recovery-wise, it’s excellent. And next week, obviously, we’ll have a lot of practice time…which you don’t get a chance for often in the regular season.” …I decided to take a […]


Rangers 4, Devils 3, OT

The New York Rangers (4-3-0) defeated the New Jersey Devils (3-2-1) by the score of 4-3 in overtime, tonight. For a box score, click here. …is it me, or did that seem more like a spring overtime celebration than a fall one? For an early season game, that’s a big two points. Especially when the Rangers […]