San Jose Sharks v New York Rangers

Game 6: Rangers vs. Sharks

The New York Rangers (2-3-0) host San Jose Sharks (4-0-1) at Madison Square Garden at 5pm, 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 Hagelin-D. Moore-Stempniak Malone-Mueller-Glass McDonagh-Girardi Staal-Hunwick Moore-Klein Goalie match-up: Henrik Lundqvist – […]

We Bleed Blue Coliseum Invasion

In case you weren’t aware, the Islanders are moving to Barclays Center next season, so this marks the final year they’ll occupy the Coliseum. To help celebrate the retirement of the asbestos laden barn, my friends at We Bleed Blue have organized a Coliseum invasion on January 27th allowing Rangers fans one last chance to serenade the “Mausoleum” with a “We Want Fishsticks” chant before the Icelanders take up residence in the hockey hotbed of Brooklyn…

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Miller Scores Winner In First Game With Wolfpack (Updated with Video)

Well that didn’t take long as JT Miller scored the game winning goal in his first game after being reassigned to the Hartford Wolfpack to help the Rangers AHL affiliate win their home opener 2-1 over the Portland Pirates last night. …Miller now has 66 points in 84 AHL games, but has yet to come even close […]


Duclair A Healthy Scratch; Miller Needs Seasoning; New Power Play Units

As I predicted this morning, Anthony Duclair will be a healthy scratch against the San Jose Sharks tomorrow as he was an extra skater during this morning’s practice… Kreider-Hayes-Nash Zuccarello-Brassard-St. Louis Hagelin-D. Moore-Stempniak Malone-Mueller-Glass Extra: Duclair As I also mentioned, Alain Vigneault said the reason for Duclair’s spot in the press box is because he […]


Is Duclair Headed to Press Box, Back to Juniors?

It’s amazing how things can change in the course of a few days. Early last week, we were giddy about the chemistry Anthony Duclair was forming with Martin St. Louis and Rick Nash. Now just two days after the 19-year wonderkid was stapled to the bench for all but one shift in the third period […]


Video Analysis: What Makes a Hit In Hockey Effective?

I was prepared to draft an article today digging into the questionable decisions of Alain Vigneault the last few days; the line decisions yesterday as well as the roster moves today. However, I soon realized it would probably end up becoming the same cyclical, rehashed arguments regarding analytics, intangibles, and so on. Instead, let’s do […]


Rangers Recall Mueller, Reassign Miller & Fast

The Rangers announced today that they’ve recalled Chris Mueller from the Hartford Wolfpack and reassigned JT Miller and Jesper Fast to their AHL affiliate. Mueller tallied a goal, posted a plus-one rating, and recorded two shots on goal in Hartford’s regular season opener on Oct. 12 at Syracuse. He also registered three points (one goal, […]


Rangers 2, Hurricanes 1, SO

The New York Rangers (2-3-0) defeated the Carolina Hurricanes (0-2-2) by the score of 2-1 in a shootout, last night. For a box score, click here. …it’s no mystery that what turned things around for the Rangers last season was Lundqvist finding his game and the defense finally getting comfortable in AV’s system. And I’m hopeful […]


Game 5: Rangers vs. Hurricanes

For all your New York Rangers ticket needs, make sure you hit up my friends over at TiqIq. The New York Rangers (1-3-0) host the Carolina Hurricanes (0-2-1) at Madison Square Garden at 7pm, tonight. For a preview, click here. Rangers Game Notes TV: MSG Radio: WWOR (710 AM) Live Stream (Don’t click on ads in stream, may download virus): […]

New York Rangers v Columbus Blue Jackets

Rangers Defensive Woes Could Mean Big Bucks For Staal

The Dan Boyle injury has exposed the Rangers lack of depth on the blueline as Alain Vigneault has had an easier time replenishing his vast gum supply than finding a competent defensive replacement. While the Rangers lackadaisical defense has been far from amusing… …one Blueshirt who could be laughing all the way to the bank is Marc […]


Hey, It’s Not ALL Bad With the Rangers

With the Rangers coming off another embarrassing effort on MSG Ice, the team is 1-3 and searching for answers. And if you browse NYR twitter, you’d think the sky is falling. Perhaps they have a case of Chicken Little? Guess what? It ain’t all bad. Aside from the fact the Blueshirts got off to a […]

I would be so happy

Islanders 6, Rangers 3

Déjà vu. In French (meci, Professeur!) that term literally translates to “already seen.” Conceptually, it refers to the feeling of experiencing something yet again. And for the Rangers, it refers to the second bizarre 6-3 loss this week. On a bigger level, it refers to yet another poor start to the NHL season. Yes, it’s only […]


Game 4: Rangers vs. Islanders

For all your New York Rangers ticket needs, make sure you hit up my friends over at TiqIq. The New York Rangers (1-2-0) host the New York Islanders (2-0-0) at Madison Square Garden at 7pm, tonight. For a preview, click here. Rangers Game Notes TV: MSG Radio: ESPN Radio (98.7FM) Live Stream (Don’t click on ads […]


Wolf Packers Already Putting Pressure On Ranger Underachievers

So what’s a New York Rangers blogger to do after their team is embarrassed in two straight games? Imply that players’ jobs are in jeopardy, of course. This year’s training camp was one of the most exciting and intense I’ve seen in years. Eager participants, young and old, fought valiantly for four vacant forward positions. […]