Takeaways From Rangers’ Exhibition Loss to Islanders
After nearly 140 days, the New York Rangers were finally back in action and it went exactly how you probably expected it to — sloppy, rusty, and a lot of adjusting back to competitive hockey. In their one and only exhibition game, the Rangers failed to muster much offense in the Battle of New York […]
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Rangers News & Rumors: Panarin, Hamilton, Miller & More
By this time next week, the New York Rangers and Carolina Hurricanes will be into their best-of-five play-in series. Training camp is all but over, rosters have been finalized, the Seattle Kraken has been released, and no one has any idea who is injured. Finally, we have some normalcy in this roller coaster of a […]
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Rangers News & Rumors: CBA, Kakko, Pesce Injury & More
Just in case you live under a rock and haven’t read a shred of hockey-related news in the past week, the NHL is officially on its way back. Now that the NHLPA and the owners have agreed on a six-year extension for the collective bargaining agreement, the league can officially announce schedules, bubble protocols, and […]
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The Rangers Are Better Off Without Lindy Ruff
Hindsight is 20/20, but the New York Rangers’ decision to hire Lindy Ruff as a defensive assistant in 2017 was a mistake. Bringing him on seems to have been based on his relationship with the coaching staff, rather than his ability to build a reliable and consistent defense. It’s unbearably obvious that Ruff has never […]
Rangers News & Rumors: Draft Lottery, Panarin, Lundkvist, Ruff
The first edition of New York Rangers News & Rumors will be focused on the fantasy of Alexis Lafreniere pulling a Broadway Blueshirt over his head on draft day. Would the Rangers really forego a shot at the Stanley Cup in order to have a 12.5 percent chance at the first overall selection? Of course […]
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Blake Biondi – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Blake Biondi 2019-20 Team: Hermantown High SchoolDate of Birth: April 24, 2002Place of Birth: Hermantown, MNHt: 6’0″ Wt: 181 lbsShoots: RPosition: RW/CNHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 64th (NA Skates) DraftSite: 52nd THW Josh Bell’s February Rankings: 62nd THW Andrew Forbes March Rankings: 71st THW Fisher’s Top 400 for May: 90th […]
Jan Bednar – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Jan Bednar 2019-20 Team: HC Energie Karlovy Vary/ HC Banik Sokolov (Loan)Date of Birth: August 26, 2002Place of Birth: Karlovy Vary, CZEHt: 6’4” Wt: 196 lbsCatches: LeftPosition: GoaltenderNHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 2nd (Among EU Goalies) Future Considerations: 91st Bob McKenzie, TSN: Honorable Mention (Amongst top 62 picks) DraftSite: 63rd […]
New York Rangers That Got Away: Marc Savard
The second edition of New York Rangers That Got Away, we’ll be looking at Marc Savard and his brief stint with the organization. You can read my first piece of the series here. Between their Stanley Cup victory in 1994 and the turn of the century, the New York Rangers struggled to find much talent […]
New York Rangers That Got Away: Jonathan Marchessault
Normally, concerning yourself with hypotheticals and the “what could have been” is a one-way trip to regret and discontent with past decisions. After all, hindsight is 20/20. This is especially applicable to sports when an entire franchise’s success can hinge on a trade or draft pick. For every excellent trade or late-round success story, there’s […]
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Rangers MVP Showdown: Artemi Panarin Vs. Mika Zibanejad
Assuming that the New York Rangers’ regular season has concluded in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a much-needed discussion to be made in the form of the team’s most valuable player. At one point in time, it appeared that Artemi Panarin was the lone competitor for such an honor, but as the calendars turned […]
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Braden Schneider – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Braden Schneider 2019-20 Team: Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)Date of Birth: Sept. 20, 2001Place of Birth: Prince Albert, SK, CANHt: 6’2” Wt: 209 lbsShoots: RightPosition: DNHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 8th (among NA Skaters) Future Considerations: 27th HockeyProspect.com: 18th Bob McKenzie’s Mid-Season Rankings: 14th THW Josh Bell’s February Rankings: 35th THW Andrew Forbes’ March Rankings: 27th […]
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Rangers Must Overcome Adversity Again With Kreider Injury
Sports aren’t always fair. Puck luck can go either way over an 82-game season. As it happens, the New York Rangers have suffered a devastating injury following a stretch of good fortune. Related: Rangers’ Lineup Finding Consistency Just four days after signing a seven-year, $45.5 million contract, Chris Kreider fractured his foot and will be […]
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Rangers’ Lindgren Needs to Step Up After Skjei’s Departure
The New York Rangers had an objectively strong trade deadline day. Keeping Chris Kreider and Jesper Fast are polarizing decisions, but ones that should immediately benefit the organization as it transitions past the rebuild. By keeping their wingers, they had to cut ties elsewhere in the lineup, which is where the Brady Skjei trade comes […]
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Rangers Usher in Post-Rebuild Era With Trade Deadline Decisions
When entering the trade deadline, the New York Rangers were expected to continue a trend that started when the rebuild was announced — selling everything in sight by 3 P.M. ET on deadline day. The club was slated to trade unrestricted free agents such as Chris Kreider and Jesper Fast while RFAs such as Alexandar […]
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Rangers Address Weakness with Julien Gauthier Trade
If there’s one thing that the New York Rangers have made clear in their rebuilding years, it’s that they greatly value their defensive prospects, evident by the 11 Rangers defensemen taken in the last three entry drafts. With that much talent spilling into the organization, the Rangers found themselves in a bit of a logjam […]
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New York Rangers With 100-Point Seasons
From the GAG-line of the electric 1970s to the Stanley Cup-winning core of the 1990s, the company of 100-point seasons remains to be among the most elite players in New York Rangers history. Let’s dive into all six of the legendary Rangers that have accomplished such a feat in the team’s 93-year history. Vic Hadfield […]
Rangers & Jesper Fast: The Clock Is Ticking
With the All-Star break fully in the rearview, the New York Rangers have just 13 games to determine their NHL Trade Deadline fate. Playoff contention may be on the minds of the players, but they’ll have to scale an 11-point gap to even compete for a wild card position. Only the Ottawa Senators, Detroit Red […]
Alexandar Georgiev’s Potential Trade Return Impacted by Past Goalie Deals
With each day the New York Rangers boast their three-pronged goaltending threat, the ever-growing unease and tension of a trade continues to build. Between Henrik Lundqvist, Igor Shesterkin, and Alexandar Georgiev, the Rangers have locked themselves in a position of three NHL-caliber goaltenders but only two roster spots available. Coming up on two weeks since […]
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Grading Rangers’ Prospects at 2020 WJC
The World Junior Championship has largely been an irrelevant tournament for New York Rangers prospects this past decade, as it should be for a contending squad. Now fully immersed into a rebuild, the WJC has become a showcase for hopeful Ranger draft picks and current prospects. In 2020, the Rangers had six prospects invited to […]
2020 WJC: Takeaways From United States’ OT Win vs Czech Republic
The United States has sealed a top-two finish in their group of death in exhilarating fashion. Cole Caufield buried the overtime winner against the Czech Republic in a back-and-forth 4-3 victory in Ostrava. The final game of the United States’ preliminary play was perhaps the most electrifying win thus far. It wasn’t their best performance […]
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