New York Rangers

A decade of futility for the New York Rangers that started in the late 1990’s began with one event in July of 1997. It wasn’t a game the Rangers lost, a trade they made, or a free agent they signed (although there would be many to follow). No, the day that led to seven straight
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In today’s News & Notes, the New Jersey Devils have signed their 2018 first-round pick Ty Smith to a three-year entry-level contract, the Montreal Canadiens and Calgary Flames made a trade and the New York Rangers have signed Dustin Tokarski to a one-year contract and the NHL Network has released their top-20 NHL winger list
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Kevin Hayes’ development over the past four seasons represents exactly what the New York Rangers would like to accomplish with their bevy of young centers that are knocking on the Madison Square Garden door amidst the club’s rebuild. A question the Rangers will have to ask themselves this summer, though, is whether Hayes’ rise makes
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The New York Rangers’ offseason to-do list expanded hours after the conclusion of the 2017-18 season after management parted ways with head coach Alain Vigneault. The coaching search was done in relative silence but the Rangers recruited the perfect man for the job, David Quinn. Vigneault’s firing came as no surprise because he wasn’t the
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The New York Rangers named David Quinn as the 35th head coach in the franchise’s storied history. Quinn will leave Boston University’s ice hockey program behind after spending five years at its helm. OFFICIAL: #NYR have named David Quinn as the 35th Head Coach in franchise history. pic.twitter.com/nE91lDUGwl — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) May 23,
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The changing of the guard at Madison Square Garden will really start to ramp up in June, when the New York Rangers enter an NHL Entry Draft in which they have three first-round picks, two second-rounders (one that could become a future first) and two thirds to work with among 10 total picks. Perhaps they’ll
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As one of the oldest teams in North American sports history, the New York Rangers have a rich past. They are one of the NHL’s exclusive Original Six teams. What follows are some of the pivotal moments, players and franchise memories. How Well Do You Know the Rangers’ History? Which player won his fifth Stanley
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It took less than 72 hours after the New York Rangers season came to a close for their rebuild to see its end before it even really started. And the funny thing is, that may not be a bad thing. With rumors swirling around for nearly a year, Igor Eronko, a reporter for the Russian
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For the diehard Rangers fan, this recent audition for the future has been fun. Neal Pionk, Rob O’Gara, John Gilmour and Ryan Sproul had their struggles, then showed enough progress to suggest a keeper or two just might come out of this revamped defense corps. Highly touted forwards Lias Andersson and Filip Chytil have shown
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With more and more new hockey fans enjoying the game we feel it’s more important than ever to look back at some of the game’s greatest. When discussing all-time great defensemen Bobby Orr’s name is always the first mentioned, as it should be, but the list directly below him is crowded. Names like Nicklas Lidstrom,
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After an unforeseen, but strong, debut to his NHL career, New York Rangers goaltender Alexandar Georgiev has been sent back down to Hartford. With Henrik Lundqvist set to return from back and neck injuries and Ondrej Pavelec healthy as well, there’s no longer a spot with the Rangers for the 22-year-old netminder. Although he isn’t
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