2019-2020 Season Preview: New York Rangers

It was a relatively busy summer for the New York Rangers, who picked up one of the top forwards available in Artemi Panarin and snagged defenceman Jacob Trouba. The Blueshirts are hoping for advancement, but they’re also being sensible with their expectations. That may not exactly fill the seats with embellishments of Broadway splendour, butContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: New York Rangers”

What Went Wrong: New York Rangers

The New York Rangers took to 2018-2019 in full rebuild mode, with a new head coach in David Quinn and a focus on reconfiguring the game plan. Unfortunately, the Rangers didn’t improve their fortunes and finished with a 32-36-14 record. New York amassed 78 points in the regular season, good for seventh in the MetropolitanContinue reading “What Went Wrong: New York Rangers”

Rangers: Despite Missing Playoffs, New York’s Plan is Working

In February of 2018, the New York Rangers released a letter to fans and detailed plans for the future. Over a year later, the Blueshirts are undergoing the publicized rebuild and things are more or less going according to plan. Let’s be clear: the Rangers are officially out of playoff contention. Despite beating the TorontoContinue reading “Rangers: Despite Missing Playoffs, New York’s Plan is Working”

Rangers: Is New York’s Success “Sustainable?”

A lot of teams have been surprising this season and a big part of the job is sorting out which clubs are for real and which clubs are going through flashes of brilliance. Add the New York Rangers to the list, as they’ve been rocketing through some stellar play as of late. The problem hereContinue reading “Rangers: Is New York’s Success “Sustainable?””