Do the Rangers Have Too Many Forwards?

Brandon Pirri is the latest forward to sign with the New York Rangers this offseason and the talk on social media seems to revolve around the sudden abundance at the position. Going into the summer, the talk around the Rangers suggested that they had an interest in retooling the team. Most concerns stemmed from the defense, as the team had seen a great strength deteriorate into...
Via The Hockey Writers
43 minutes ago

What Rangers Fans Can Expect From Pavel Buchnevich

Before the 2013 NHL Draft in which the Rangers ultimately selected Pavel Buchnevich in the third round, Buchnevich had a draft stock that can only be defined by one word, fluctuating. Buchnevich was predicted to drop deep into the middle rounds of the draft by some. Others pinned Buchnevich as a middle first rounder with the ability to come into an organization within three years...
Via The Hockey Writers
58 minutes ago

Rangers offseason highlighted by improving free agent process

If you’ve been around these parts long, then you know we really push process over results when it comes to roster moves made by the Rangers. If the right idea was there, but a player didn’t work out (Lee Stempniak), then so be it. The thought process was correct, but hey, not everything works out. […] The post Rangers offseason highlighted by improving free agent process appeared...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rangers Rundown: Potential Trade Possibilities, Defensive Backup Plan

With the World Cup of Hockey creeping up on hockey fans everywhere in just three weeks, many have wondered what Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton is going to do to put the final touches on a Rangers team that is considerably younger than any team the Rangers have had in recent history. There have been consistent rumors throughout the offseason, speculating multiple trades including...
Via The Hockey Writers
2 days ago

The New York Rangers have quietly changed their team identity

This generation’s New York Rangers have been poster children for the before-and-after of contending for a Stanley Cup for several years and mortgaging the future for the sake of the chase. Under previous GM Glen Sather, before Jeff Gorton took over, the Blueshirts shipped out their first round pick four straight years in the pursuit of Rick Nash, Martin St-Louis (he cost them two...
Via The Hockey News
2 days ago

2016-17 Season Preview: New York Rangers

Hey guys! My top 50 rankings have taken a little longer than expected, it's getting pretty lengthy, so I will finish them up today and post them first thing on Tuesday morning. For now, I'll do the next team in my season preview series, the New York Rangers. This works out well because they won the Jimmy Vesey sweepstakes over the weekend. More on what that entails later. The...
Via Razzball Hockey
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers win Jimmy Vesey sweepstakes

NEW YORK (AP) The New York Rangers have won the Jimmy Vesey sweepstakes. New York announced Friday it agreed to terms on an entry-level deal with the coveted college free agent. Vesey was the Hobey Baker Award winner as the NCAA's player of the year last season for Harvard. The 23-year-old forward had 24 goals and 22 assists in 33 games. Originally drafted by the Nashville Predators...
Via Associated Press
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers agree to terms with college free agent John Gilmour

NEW YORK (AP) The New York Rangers have agreed to terms on an entry-level contract with college free agent defenseman John Gilmour. The 23-year-old Gilmour had nine goals and 14 assists last season at Providence, and his 16 power-play points ranked fifth among NCAA defensemen. He recorded 22 goals and 43 assists in 141 games at Providence over the past four years, helping the...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

On Henrik Lundqvist’s so-called “decline”

Henrik Lundqvist has been the backbone and the face of the New York Rangers for over a decade. It’s been a fascinating career to watch, as we have become somewhat jaded to his consistent excellence and the impact he has had on a franchise in transition, coming out of the lockout in 2005. Now, at […] The post On Henrik Lundqvist’s so-called “decline” appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
Via Blue Seat Blogs
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Musing the Rangers: Gerbe, Hank, Vesey & Fast

It’s the true dog days of the hockey season (I feel like I have written that a few times already this summer). Let’s jump into a mainly Rangers musings post but sprinkle in a little league wide news. I really like the Nathan Gerbe signing. He’s ridiculously small but in today’s league that has never […] The post Musing the Rangers: Gerbe, Hank, Vesey & Fast appeared...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers hire Keith McCambridge as assistant at Hartford

NEW YORK (AP) The New York Rangers have hired Keith McCambridge to be an assistant coach of the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL). General manager Jeff Gorton announced the hiring Wednesday. The 42-year-old McCambridge spent the previous five seasons as the head coach for two of the Winnipeg Jets' AHL teams - the St. John's IceCaps (2011-15) and the Manitoba Moose last season. He also...
Via Associated Press
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Chris Kreider be a Consistent Force for the New York Rangers?

This fall, New York Rangers’ left wing Chris Kreider will certainly have high expectations placed on him. But this is nothing new for the 25-year-old Massachusetts native. Last season, Rangers’ head coach Alain Vigneault stated that Kreider should be a 30 goal scorer. Well, in 2015-16 Kreider’s 21 goal total was disappointing, but entering the 2016-17 season, the Rangers...
Via The Sports Journal
July 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Retired Brad Richards will be paid by Rangers until 2025-26

Brad Richards may have retired, but he’ll still be getting paid handsomely – and regularly – as he starts a new phase of his career. General Fanager reports Richards will earn more than $5 million next season from the New York Rangers following his 2014 buyout and will be paid a total of $14.55 million for the next 10 years. It’s not a bad way to go out. Retired Brad...
Via Puck Drunk Love
July 22, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: SNY Exclusive: JT Miller on new Rangers contract

SNY's Michelle Yu catches up with New York Rangers forward JT Miller to discuss his new contract and how he can build on his career.
July 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Sean Avery hassles homeless people, posts it on Snapchat

Sean Avery was known as a pesky, trash-talking menace during his playing days in the NHL, and it appears his sometimes-unbecoming and off-putting conduct on the ice — not to mention off of it — has continued on in his retirement. The former New York Rangers star has taken to posting videos on Snapchat in which he hassles homeless people. The standard encounter Avery has with...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Sounds like Eric Staal won't return to the Hurricanes

After Eric Staal was traded to the New York Rangers during the 2015-16 season, there was some speculation that the forward could return to the Carolina Hurricanes as a free agent over the summer. Those rumors may be put to rest as new reports indicate a reunion won’t be in the works. Canes GM Ron Francis says he has had no contact with Eric Staal, indicating it is extremely...
Via Puck Drunk Love
June 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Rangers Qualify RFA’s; Buchnevich At Prospect Camp

The Rangers had until 5PM yesterday to qualify their RFA’s and the team is letting a good chunk of prospects go. Kreider, Miller, Hayes, McIlrath, Hughes, Bodie, Hrivik, Jensen issued qualifying offers by the #Rangers https://t.co/weR6eDx7Nn — CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) June 27, 2016 Which means the Rangers have let go of Luke Adam, Michael St. Croix, Chris McCarthy, Josh Nichols...
Via NY Rangers Blog
June 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Keith Yandle signs seven-year deal with the Florida Panthers

The Florida Panthers have signed one of the league’s best available free agent defenders. According to Pierre LeBrun on ESPN.com, the Panthers have agreed to a seven-year deal with defenseman Keith Yandle, worth an average of $6.35 million per season. Florida acquired the rights to Yandle earlier this week from the New York Rangers to exclusively negotiate with the 29-year-old...
Via Puck Drunk Love
June 23, 2016  |  Discuss

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