After a tough 4-3 overtime loss last night, the Rangers prospects (0-0-1) are right back at it tonight at 7pm as they take on the Baby Sabres (0-1-0). While this game is neither televised nor live streamed, the Sabres are providing audio, which you can listen to here. Tonight’s line-up: Here’s highlights from last night’s […]
Let’s see if you’ve heard this one before Rangers fans: Your Blueshirts can’t hang on to a one-goal third period lead and lose in overtime. Yes, similar to the Stanley Cup Final heartbreak of last season, the Rangers prospects sat back on a lead and paid for it dearly as they lost to the Dallas […]
Hockey is officially back!!!!!!!! Ok, it’s only the Traverse City prospects tournament and it’s not even being televised, but who cares. Hockey is in the air and I for one am stoked. So, in an effort to get you guys fired up for tonight’s contest in which the Baby Rangers take on the Baby Stars, […]
Yesterday, the NHL announced a few rule changes for the upcoming season including… Rule 1.8 – Rink – Goalkeeper’s Restricted Area The trapezoid will be expanded by two feet from the goal post on both sides of the net. …more room for Lundqvist to roam with the puck is never a good thing. Rule 23 […]
Whelp, Glen Sather just added a little juice to training camp as the Rangers have
With the band officially back together after the re-signing of John Moore yesterday, it’s time to put our focus squarely on…next year’s free agents. The most intriguing of whom is Marc Staal. The 27-year old defenseman is going into the final year of his five-year, $19.875 million contract. When healthy, Staal is a legit top two defenseman […]
More than three years after Derek Boogaard died from a drug overdose, Jordan Hart, the son of former New York Islanders player Gary Hart, and Oscar Johnson, a physician’s assistant in Utah, were arrested in connection to the tragedy (via Fox5)… “An indictment claims that Hart was supplying Boogaard, a former Rangers’ enforcer, with the prescription painkillers that killed […]
After joining the Rangers at an informal practice yesterday, Ryan Malone discussed a possible future on Broadway (via Bergen Record)… “Obvious I’m looking to prove myself,” Malone said. “Obviously last year was not the way I wanted it to go, especially at the end. So I’m looking for an opportunity to show what type of […]
When a segment of the Rangers roster hits the ice for this morning’s informal practice, a new face will be in attendance. No, not Rick Nash (btw, where is that guy?). Apparently after weeks of speculation regarding his future, the 34-year old Ryan Malone has been invited by a small population of Blueshirts to participate in […]
This time last season one of the biggest question marks within the Rangers organization was their lack of elite goaltending prospects. I know the Rangers just re-signed Henrik Lundqvist to a seven year extension, but eventually they needed to start grooming his heir apparent. Which is why it was no surprise to see Glen Sather and Gordie Clarke draft […]
Every June there are dozens of young hockey players selected in the later rounds of the NHL Draft who hope to one day be an example of overcoming long odds to make it into the NHL. Defenseman Daniel Walcott, drafted by the Rangers in the fifth-round of the 2014 NHL Draft, is one of those […]
Update, 12:28 p.m.:
It’s no mystery that the loss of players such as Benoit Pouliot, Brad Richards and Brian Boyle leaves a huge void in the Rangers line-up this season that could very likely be filled by young, unestablished rookies. One such player is JT Miller. The organization is hoping the 21-year old forward is ready to take the next step […]
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- What’s more likely: Dan Carcillo makes the Penguins roster or Tanner Glass plays 40 games for the Rangers this season?