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New York Rangers Pick up Ninth Straight Win

The New York Rangers extended their winning streak to nine games by defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs by a final score of 4-3, improving their record to 14-2-2. The Blueshirts haven’t won nine straight since the 1972-1973 season and could tie their longest winning streak ever when they face off against the Tampa Bay Lightning […]

New York, New York: The Next Generation of Ranger Forwards

It’s no secret that the New York Rangers boast one of the deepest groups of forwards in the NHL, but what’s really exciting is what’s on tap for the next generation. Our overview stuck to the basics, like Rick Nash and his potential for scoring 40 goals or Derek Stepan and his new deal. But […]

2015-2016 Season Preview: New York Rangers

The New York Rangers like a lot about their chances going into the 2015-2016 season and for good reason. They were one win away from going back to the Stanley Cup Final last season and three wins away from winning a Cup in 2014, solidifying their role as a top contender for the ultimate prize. […]

New York Rangers Sign Centre Jarret Stoll

The New York Rangers have agreed to terms with centre Jarret Stoll. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, but there are reports that it’s a one year contract worth $800,000. Stoll has been in the news more for his arrest record than his hockey skills recently, with the 33-year-old pleading guilty in June to two […]

Rangers Avoid Arbitration, Sign Derek Stepan

The New York Rangers and forward Derek Stepan have avoided arbitration and agreed to terms on a new contract. The deal reportedly signs Stepan for six years and carries a price tag of $39 million, translating to an average annual value of some $6.5 million. Reports suggest that Stepan was seeking $7.25 million annually through […]

Sather Out as General Manager in New York

Glen Sather is out as general manager in New York and Jeff Gorton is in. The move was made on Wednesday and Sather will remain as team president. “We’re going to work together, I don’t plan to work as a one-man team,” Gorton said via BlueshirtsUnited. “I think we’ve had success as a team because […]

Oilers Acquire Goalie Talbot for a Pile of Picks

The Edmonton Oilers continue to do all they can to give Connor McDavid a decent team to play for. On Saturday, they acquired goalie Cam Talbot and a seventh round draft pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for picks 57, 79 and 184 in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. The Oilers knew […]

Tampa Bay Wins Game Seven, Heads to Stanley Cup Final

The Tampa Bay Lightning are going to the Stanley Cup Final. It took a Game Seven victory to get the job done and dispatch the New York Rangers, but in the end Tampa managed to quiet the Madison Square Garden crowd to take home the 2-0 victory. Goalie Ben Bishop earned the shutout for the […]

Rangers Finding Power Play Success – And Just In Time

The New York Rangers have got their power play going against the Tampa Bay Lightning. In the first two rounds of the post-season, they went six for 38 on the man-advantage. Against Tampa, they’re six for 13 in the past three games and six for 15 in the series. “We’re making plays,” said Martin St. […]

Playoff Preview: New York Rangers vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

For the third time in the past four seasons, the New York Rangers will appear in the Eastern Conference Final. In the process, they became the first team in NHL history to have come back from a 3-1 playoff series deficit two years in a row. They crawled back in it against the Washington Capitals […]

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