Rangers Preseason Schedule Released

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 […]

Ryan Graves Foreurs

Prospect Update: Graves Traded To Quebec; Duclair Nets Hat-Trick

The only thing that saves me from smashing my head with a cinder block as the summer fades away is the coinciding emergence of hockey season. The NHL is still in hibernation mode, but other leagues are starting to kick things into gear. As such, there is some prospect news. The biggest news is that […]


Wolfpack Sign Veteran Potulny

While it’s not Kevin Hayes (at least not yet), Wolf Pack general manager Jim Schoenfeld announced on Thursday that the Rangers AHL affiliate has signed veteran forward Ryan Potulny to an AHL contract. Originally a third-round draft pick (87th overall) by the Philadelphia Flyers in 2003 out of the USHL, Potulny has skated in 126 career NHL […]


Rangers Could Have Interest In Hayes

Tonight at 11:59 p.m., Blackhawks property RW, Kevin Hayes will very likely become an unrestricted free agent as it doesn’t seem likely the two sides will be able to strike a deal. According to Mike G. Morreale at NHL, the Rangers are expected to be one of the teams interested in Hayes’ services. Under the NHL’s collective […]

New York Rangers v Philadelphia Flyers

Top 5 Rangers 1st Round Draft Pick Could Have Beens Of The Last 20 Years

It’s tough to pick on a franchise that’s qualified for the playoffs eight of the last nine seasons including advancing to an Eastern Conference Final as well as a Stanley Cup Final in that time frame, but the truth remains that the Rangers have not drafted a true superstar player in the first round since […]


Rangers Will Be Traveling More This Season

After last season’s insane opening nine-game road trip, you’d assume the Rangers travel schedule would be a breeze this year. Not so fast. Despite the marathon west coast adventure, the Rangers actually traveled the fewest miles of any team in the NHL last season with just 29,839. San Jose traveled the furthest in 2013-14 with […]


Rangers Traverse City Roster, Schedule Announced

Today, the Rangers announced their roster for the 2014 Traverse City Tournament in Traverse City, Michigan which will begin on Friday, September 12th. FORWARDS: Nathan Burns; Anthony Duclair; Ryan Haggerty; Keegan Iverson; Michael Kantor; Nickolas Latta; Paxton Leroux; Chris McCarthy; Bryan Moore; Richard Nejezchleb; Logan Nelson; Josh Nicholls; Michael St. Croix; Adam Tambellini. DEFENSEMEN: Matt Bodie; Troy Donnay; Ryan Mantha; Sam Noreau; Dallas Valentine; Daniel Walcott; […]


Rangers Potential Opening Night Forward Lines

Now that the forward positions have been pretty much filled out, the next question is what are the lines going to look like. Will the Kreider-Stepan-Nash line remain intact? Is Stempniak automatically going to be placed with Brassard and Zuccarello? Is JT Miller the best option for the third line center position? Obviously there’s going […]


Rangers Re-Sign Bourque

Yesterday, the Rangers announced that they have re-signed former 2009 third round pick Ryan Bourque. After combining for just 14g, 15a his first two injury plagued seasons in Hartford, Bourque tallied 21g, 16a in 74 games last season. No terms were released. …Bourque is definitely overlooked when it comes to fourth line options for the […]

Ron Duguay

Here’s A Really Stupid Ron Duguay ‘Story’ From The New York Post

As I alluded to yesterday, early August is the hockey journalism equivalent of being stranded on a deserted island with no water, no shelter, and Janice from “FRIENDS” as your only companion. It’s boring. It’s torturous. There’s practically nothing going on of note. Thus, writers will reach for stories that probably wouldn’t make the cut […]

Chris Kreider Ice Bucket

Let’s Watch Chris Kreider Get Drenched With A Bucket Of Ice

The NHL offseason means a bunch of bored professional players do absurd and goofy things and a bunch of bored hockey writer post about them. Chris Kreider was summoned to complete something called the “Ice Bucket Challenge” in which he gets drenched with stupidly cold water and ice. Somehow, this is supposed to raise awareness […]