Below is the release from the Rangers.
Sorry, guys, no Puerto Rico trip this year, but here’s the good news: You get to go to Detroit!
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced the Rangers 2007 pre-season schedule today, featuring three games at Madison Square Garden and a total of six games in nine days.
The Rangers exhibition schedule consists of three back-to-back sets, including games at Madison Square Garden on Friday, September 21 vs. New Jersey and Saturday, September 22 vs. Philadelphia, which will kick off the 2007 pre-season. The Rangers will then head to Long Island to face the cross-town rival New York Islanders at Nassau Coliseum on Monday, September 24 in the first of back-to-back games. In the second game of the back-to-back set, the Blueshirts will take on the Red Wings in Detroit on Tuesday, September 25. On Friday, September 28, the Rangers return to The Garden to host the Islanders in their final home pre-season game before wrapping up the pre-season schedule at Philadelphia versus the Flyers on Saturday, September 29 in the second of back-to-back games.
The 2007 New York Rangers will take the ice for the first day of training camp on Friday, September 14. All players will go through physical testing at the Madison Square Garden Training Facility on Thursday, September 13.