Monthly Archives: July, 2010

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98 Guest blogger: yergs

C is for Hank It’s been a tough couple of years for our Blueshirts, and it’s been even tougher for the Garden faithful. Every thing this proud franchise has worked for since its existence seems to be unraveling before our eyes, yet we’re too loyal of a fan base to…

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256 Guest blogger: MickeyM

The female sports fan (hockey included) I’m going a little off the topic of the Rangers here, but they’re here, just in a round-about way. One of the most interesting and fun aspects of being a part of the family here at Ranger Report is that I’m one of only…

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183 Blogger: Mama

Good morning all! Good morning, Sally! Just like last summer, before he left for his long meeting with Mt. T, and me with you for two weeks (oy, July blog management!), Carp badgered, um, asked me, if I’d post a post this week, and I just can’t say no to…

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193 Guest blogger: CR9

We Will Win Tonight “I’m going to take my talents to South Beach…” With these words, LeBron James shocked not only the basketball world, but the sports universe as a whole. Now, ‘heads, you might be asking yourselves what this has to do with the Rangers. Allow me to clarify…

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211 Guest blogger: Josh Thomson (age 26)

Because, at my age, I could not possibly understand this team with the same depth as many of you, I have opted to share my favorite Rangers memory: The day? May 27, 1994. The background? I was 26, an eighth grader at George Fisher Middle School and a budding hockey…

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36 Welcome to New York Frolov

While we’re waiting for Josh, 26, to get his thoughts together, this just in: New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent forward Alexander Frolov. Forward Alexander Frolov scored his first NHL goal at Madison Square…

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326 Guest blogger: Paul (updated: Traverse City)

There has been a lot of talk this off season about the need for scoring. One of the biggest oversights has been the addition of Mats Zuccarello Aasen. Along with the New York Rangers, the Toronto Maple Leafs, Dallas Stars, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Atlanta Thrashers, Boston Bruins and Detroit…

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138 Guest blogger: Cynar

Silence is Golden We all know the same old story. When are the Rangers going to make a big splash in free agency? Well maybe this year we stick to our guns and try to see who makes the team, and we don’t bother with any UFA’s. Is that a…

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155 Guest blogger: Joekuh

So when did you realize you were a Rangers fan? First of all, sup Boneheads, both silent and vocal. We all want to see the team do well, and hopefully win, at least for me, another Cup in our lifetimes. How the team moves from where we’re at now to…

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237 Guest blogger: The White Plains Batman

The coming of July 1st signifies the height of the summer; beaches, barbeques, and relaxation,  but during the last decade, the Glen Sather era has been an anxious day when Rangers fans hold their breath as they’ve become accustomed to the GM-For-Life overpaying mediocre unrestricted free agents with sometimes outrageous…

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136 Guest blogger: Dynamic Duo

We now return to our somewhat regularly scheduled programming. Our topic today, for however long you stay on it, is the glue guy, the teammate who stands up and jumps in to help you, no matter what. Along those lines, before we get started, a shout out to my glue…

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338 Guest blogger: Mitch Beck

(Editor’s note: You can read Mitch Beck’s reports on the Hartford Wolf Pack at his blog, Howlings.) Ever since the New York Rangers ended their last campaign, team president and general manager, Glen Sather and head coach John Tortorella have repeatedly stressed that they want a younger group for the…

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295 Guest blogger: miked (update)

We all know what 1994 meant to all the Ranger fans all around the world, but the year 1997 will always stand out in my mind. That was the only season that Mark Messier, Wayne Gretzky, Brian Leetch, Adam Graves and Mike Ricther all got to play together and if…

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490 Guest blogger: cwgatti (updated, part 2)

Dog days of summer. . . . Draft day and July 1st always make for great blog banter. We all critique the NYR draft strategy. Ponder which useless, overpaid UFA will be signed by the NYR. We try to put the line combinations, and defensive pairings together. To resolve obvious…

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148 Swatting Mr. Titleist

Hi Boneheads. Today is my family reunion/golf outing. It is the one day all year where, even if the Rangers get Kovalchuk, Crosby, Ovechkin and Byfuglien I will not be updating this post. (well, maybe if they get Byfuglien). Sorry. So you guys can discuss the day’s happenings, or lack…

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104 Rangers contest: Tour NYC with Graves, McIlrath

You would be pretty safe with those two guys. Here are the contest details from the Rangers: RANGERS ANNOUNCE CONTEST TO WIN EXCLUSIVE TOUR OF NYC WITH FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICK DYLAN MCILRATH AND RANGER GREAT ADAM GRAVES “Manitoba Meets Manhattan” Contest Registration Opens Today – July 16th NEW YORK,…

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91 Cupcakes are not just for Islanders

But they started it all. I know you guys discussed this a lot yesterday, but for those just joining us, here is the viral craze about NHL cupcakes. Be aware that, as with anything viral, some of it is inappropriate and some of it contains some language that we don’t…

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188 Guest bloggers, week 1 (new update)

I want to thank all of those who volunteered to blog during my vacation. Overwhelmed by the response. Obviously we can’t fit all of them in, but we will have a few more weeks to fill before the season begins. I’ve got Josh Thomson, 26, scheduled for Tuesday, July 27,…

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205 Me and the Mouth tonight

Hey, just a ‘Heads-up: I’m going to be on blog radio with The Mouth, Eddie at Blueshirtbanter.com tonight around 9:15 p.m. Give us a listen. He’s always entertaining, as you know. —————————————

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