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Playoff Preview: New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

The New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins are, to say the least, acquainted with one another in the post-season. It was last year that saw the Rangers come back from a 3-1 deficit in the second round to eventually win the best-of-seven series. The Penguins were embarrassed and changed things up in the front office. […]

New York Rangers Win Presidents’ Trophy

Thanks to a 4-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night, the New York Rangers have clinched the Presidents’ Trophy. It’s their third such honour. “Winning the Presidents’ Trophy is not an easy thing to do; just look at the teams right now fighting to get into the playoffs,” Rangers coach Alain Vigneault […]

Martin St. Louis Out 10 to 14 Days

New York Rangers forward Martin St. Louis will be out at least two weeks with a lower body injured. The 39-year-old sustained the injury on Sunday after a hit by Florida Panthers defenceman Dmitry Kulikov. After the collision, it looked like St. Louis was favouring his leg. This close to the post-season means all injuries […]

Arizona Coyotes Trade Yandle to Rangers

The New York Rangers have acquired defenceman Keith Yandle along with Chris Summers and a fourth round pick for 2016 from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for defenceman John Moore, prospect Anthony Duclair, a second round pick, and a condition first round pick. New York general manager Glen Sather is gearing his team up for […]

Rangers, Zuccarello Still Far Apart in Contract Talks

Talks between the New York Rangers and pending free agent Mats Zuccarello haven’t gotten any easier as of late. With the trade deadline fast approaching, some believe that there’s a sense of urgency here and others believe that the Blueshirts may be game to trade their top-six forward away. The latest news out of New […]

Henrik Lundqvist Out “At Least” Three Weeks

The New York Rangers will have to make do without goalie Henrik Lundqvist for three weeks thanks to a vascular injury he sustained on January 31 when his club faced off against the Carolina Hurricanes. “Henrik Lundqvist suffered a vascular injury on Saturday. We have been conferring with leading medical experts to ensure the best […]

Rangers Sign Marc Staal to Extension

As expected, the New York Rangers have signed defenceman Marc Staal to an extension. Reports say the extension runs for six years and is worth $34.2 million, which at the outset sounds like a bundle. “Marc has been one of the cornerstones of our team since he arrived in New York,” general manager Glen Sather […]

New York, New York: The Blueshirts are Red Hot

The New York Rangers are smoking hot right now, winning three in a row thanks to a Wednesday victory over the league-leading Anaheim Ducks. The Blueshirts have won 11 of their last dozen games, in fact, marking the first time they’ve done that since 1993. They’ve also earned a point in 18 of their last […]

Rick Nash Dominates Even Strength Scoring – Again

Here’s an interesting statistic: since being traded to the New York Rangers, Rick Nash has been the most prolific even-strength scorer in the National Hockey League. Sure, he’s traditionally struggled to score in the post-season when it’s mattered most. In the 2014 playoffs, Nash popped in just three goals on 83 shots over the course […]

Rangers Defenceman John Moore Suspended Five Games

New York Rangers defenceman John Moore has been suspended for five games following his illegal check to the head of Minnesota Wild forward Erik Haula on Monday night. Moore received a match penalty on the play, which took place at 7:12 of the middle frame, and was suspended as a repeat offender. He’ll give up […]

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