Rangers playoff tickets on sale Thursday, for general public Friday


From the Rangers:

Friday, April 11th – 12 PM

New York, April 8, 2014 – The New York Rangers announced today that tickets for the first and second rounds of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs will go on-sale on Friday, April 11 at 12 p.m. Select pre-sales will begin on April 10th at 10 a.m. beginning with season subscribers, Chase card members at 12 p.m. and NYR Twitter and Facebook fans at 2 p.m. Limited tickets will be available on Ticketmaster via NYRangers.com, Ticketmaster charge-by-phone, 866-858-0008 and Ticketmaster outlets.

As tickets will be limited, fans will be eligible to purchase a maximum of four (4) tickets per game. All ticket orders are subject to service charges. Please call the Madison Square Garden Disabled Services Department at (212) 465-6034 for tickets for people with disabilities. For more information, visit newyorkrangers.com.


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  1. I emailed *Hambone* about the The 5th Sometimes-Annual, 2013-2014, Paul Mara Playoff Beard Contest but she hasn’t responded…

  2. Siouxdie Machetto on

    That goes double if we win tonight and Philly loses. I’d sit Lundqvist for the rest of the season in that case.

  3. Also, Eric, we disagreed on 2 of the 3 years. I just took total road wins divided by games played off NHL.com. Don’t think I screwed up but who knows.

  4. Wicky you’re losing points. Nobody likes the Gophers, half of the Minnesota players don’t even play for them.

    They have the #1 team this year, so if you are going to be “that guy” go ahead jump on. Water off a ducks back.

  5. … The other twenty percent are dead. Lol, Latona.

    Even funnier had you used your Kermit voice.

  6. Got it, thanks Eric.

    Surprised by the 2013 stat. Very unusual. Plus home/higher-seeded teams only won four of eight first-round series. I guess they made hay in the later rounds, since higher-seeds won every second-round, third-round and final series.

  7. As with some marriages, the adverse monetary divorce settlement prospects keep the parties together. As in AV humiliating Miller, but satisfied with Richie, a father might say to an 18 year old partying, non-working, non-studying slug son, “I have to put up with your mother, but I don’t have to put up with you.” :)

  8. Boyle 7.193
    Hags 8.132
    The 8.776
    Pullout 8.998
    Brass 9.664
    MSL 9.887
    Richie 9.920
    Zucc 10.001

    I have no idea what any of that means, just want to be a part of all the mathematics (arithmetic) around here.

  9. I would sit Lundqvist for the playoffs too. We need him fresh for next season.

  10. Do you guys want to stop talking about MATHEMATICS and actually talk about hockey?

    The problem with stats is that you’re trying to play God. You guys are just uneasy about the future because you don’t know what it holds and you don’t believe in Fate or God’s Will because we are merely 21st Digital Boys/Girls. Thus, you create stats and algorithms to predict what will happen. But that’s Hubris. You are flying too close to the sun. You cannot predict the future so just bask in its uncertainty. You will be happy you did when the underdog Rangers win.

  11. The Sioux roamed the Montana Territory chasing the Bison heard. Little Big Horn is in your state, *Custer* still wishes he would have stayed in ND.

    And you want to celebrate a rodent that hides in their hole?

    That just doesn’t add up :)

  12. I went on Wikipedia and added up every game played for that playoff year 2011-2013.

    2013 was more dominant for home teams.

  13. Let Arniel coach the next few so AV is fresh for the playoffs. Besides, his fillings are all worn out.

  14. _Well, everyone knows Custer died at Little Bighorn. What this book presupposes is… maybe he didn’t._

  15. Siouxdie Machetto on

    Wildcat… wild cat… pew pew … wildcat… I’m gonna go. I’m taking this off and going. Stepping out.

  16. _he crickets and the rust-beetles scuttled among the nettles of the sage thicket. “Vámonos, amigos,” he whispered, and threw the busted leather flintcraw over the loose weave of the saddlecock. And they rode on in the friscalating dusklight._

  17. Wicky – Brady Skjei #2, on Defense, looks like he will jump over McIlrath when he decides to turn pro. Looks like a Minny McD.

    His assignment will be against the Gold Medal Grimaldi line.

  18. Mannu, that almost sounds like Cormac McCarthy from ‘All the Pretty Horses.’

  19. ‘Breathes there a man, with soul so dead,
    Who never to himself hath said,
    This is my own, my native ice!’

  20. Even I realize the Sioux are a team of Freshman, that are carrying around their lunch pales. But I have a feeling that the Sioux nation is going to roll in like a Tsunami and drown all the gophers holes.

    TWO more days!

  21. Waiting for the night Kreider goes into his pool jumping mode, flexes his knees and jumps up and kisses Chara on the helmet, then skates away laughing while the big chump ineffectively chases him all over the ice.

  22. This is the first time in 67 years the teams didn’t play in the regular season. HUGE rivalry. The teams HATE each other.

    And now they get to end the others year.

    or you can watch that Rangers / Buffalo game, that should be good, holding my breathe to watch that one.

    I’m thinking AV could play the JV squad and still get a win.

  23. Cormac McCarthy’s _Blood Meridian: Or the Evening Redness in the West_ is the single best American novel ever written.

  24. Stranger Nation on

    _And you want to celebrate a rodent that hides in their hole?_

    Richard Gere is a Minny fan?

  25. “War was always here. Before man was, war waited for him. The ultimate trade awaiting its ultimate practitioner.” – Cormac McCarthy

  26. “When the lambs is lost in the mountain, he said. They is cry. Sometime come the mother. Sometime the wolf.” – Cormac McCarthy

  27. Manny – size and speed, both are really good skaters, Skjei models his game after McDonagh. Playing in college for 2-3 years, has a similar game. Both from MN.

  28. “A legion of horribles, hundreds in number, half naked or clad in costumes attic or biblical or wardrobed out of a fevered dream with the skins of animals and silk finery and pieces of uniform still tracked with the blood of prior owners, coats of slain dragoons, frogged and braided cavalry jackets, one in a stovepipe hat and one with an umbrella and one in white stockings and a bloodstained wedding veil and some in headgear or cranefeathers or rawhide helmets that bore the horns of bull or buffalo and one in a pigeontailed coat worn backwards and otherwise naked and one in the armor of a Spanish conquistador, the breastplate and pauldrons deeply dented with old blows of mace or sabre done in another country by men whose very bones were dust and many with their braids spliced up with the hair of other beasts until they trailed upon the ground and their horses’ ears and tails worked with bits of brightly colored cloth and one whose horse’s whole head was painted crimson red and all the horsemen’s faces gaudy and grotesque with daubings like a company of mounted clowns, death hilarious, all howling in a barbarous tongue and riding down upon them like a horde from a hell more horrible yet than the brimstone land of Christian reckoning, screeching and yammering and clothed in smoke like those vaporous beings in regions beyond right knowing where the eye wanders and the lip jerks and drools.” – Cormac McCarthy

  29. Granted I have only Really watched Skej in the World Juniors but he did not seem to be a very capable puck moving D-Man.

  30. inthearmsofbrianboyle on

    Manny – don’t know what kind og METAL you got running between your SLEDGE HAMMER and ANVIL today, but your ..uuhmm .. off piste writing makes me smile. NO STATS – just GLORY.

  31. Mannu, re: your 1:15, oddly, the simple throw away, ‘he whispered’ is wherein the real power of that short prose lies.

  32. He could lead the Pack on the Blue line next year, and get in line for a Ranger jersey the following year.

  33. I’m not exactly hoping he has a career game on Thursday, in fact it wouldn’t bother me a bit if Grimaldi lit him up like a Christmas tree.

  34. *GLORY* > Stats

    And I’m listening to PYRHHON’s new album The Mother of Virtues.

  35. ‘Fear tastes like a rusty knife and do not let her into your house. Courage tastes of blood. Stand up straight. Admire the world. Relish the love of a gentle woman. Trust in the Lord.’

  36. McD to Brass: ‘When that guy comes after me again, do that little huggy thing you do.

  37. ‘Aurora borealis
    The icy sky at night
    Paddles cut the water
    In a long and hurried flight
    From the white man
    To the fields of green

    And maybe Marlon Brando
    Will be there by the fire
    We’ll sit and talk of Hollywood
    And the good things there for hire
    And the Astrodome
    And the first tepee
    Marlon Brando, Pocahontas and me
    Marlon Brando, Pocahontas and me.’

  38. _McD to Brass: ‘When that guy comes after me again, do that little huggy thing you do._

    Nash: [gets head start out of zone]

  39. Cormac McCarthy never truly grasped the predictive powers of Bayesian statistics. And it’s Boyle 7.293 for God’s sake. Get it right.

  40. CARP, how do you feel about AV’s comments?

    “When asked about a timetable, Vigneault said that he couldn’t give one for Kreider and that moving forward there will be a lot less info about injuries coming out.”

  41. Oh, roar a roar for Nora,
    Nora Alice in the night.
    For she has seen Aurora
    Borealis burning bright.
    A furore for our Nora!
    And applaud Aurora seen!
    Where, throughout the summer, has
    Our Borealis been? – W.Kelly

  42. “How come you never got a education like your brother Charley?”

    “The only arithmetic he ever got was hearing the referee count up to 10 .”

    Terry Malloy: “You’re not too funny today, Fat Man.”


    “This energy is like something I’ve never felt in my entire life,” Ricky O’Neill, a freshman from New York, said Monday night. “And we’re going to do this all again tomorrow.”

    (Ricky O’Neill’s brief collegiate career. We hardly knew ye. Don’t lose that (lawyer’s) number, Ricky.

  44. matty"WeShouldWearPinkPanties"Boy on

    Rob in Beantown @1:13pm:

    That’d be pretty funny if he ends up there, in TB, with Callahan resigning. Give him 4 months to say:
    “The captain on this team is way too young. He may be a good player, but it’s not like he’s wise, like me”

  45. @LouisJean_TVA Mike Gillis just got fired.

    @renlavoietva Mike Gillis just got fired. #canucks #tvasports

  46. matty"WeShouldWearPinkPanties"Boy on

    Sather: “Gillis did a great job. One of the league’s premier GM’s.”

    Dolan: “No, Glen, you are the premier GM in the NHL.”

  47. Dear Mike: Shame you had to go out like that. Sorry if my team played any role in your demise. Onwards and upwards as we say. Love, Tort

  48. Torts will be out during the summer, when the new GM takes over, I’d bet. Not a chance he’s a Trevor Linden type of guy … Remember Linden & Keenan?

  49. Torts to wife: “Plenty of dough rolling in, but it looks like I’ll have a lot of time to hang around the house.”

    Wife: “Good God, find a job!”

  50. This halak quote is priceless.

    What the hell is that I don’t feel comfortable facing blues.

    The caps are a freaking mess. Good thing halak is ufa.

  51. Torts to wife: “Keenan says it ain’t so bad in Kryschlewschenivitzky. View of the urinals.”

    Wife: “I’m sure he said Urals.”

  52. Someone PLEASE find the thread where majority here guaranteed Canucks will have a better record than the Rangers. And that Tortorella will be up for the Jack Adams.

    Let the backtracking commence…

  53. Lev

    be careful, man… the blind Torts lovers might accuse you of hate crime for saying anything bad about Torts…

  54. It’s the players not the coach they said. They cant play up tempo they said.

    But congrats at least the Sedins got to play on the PK this season.

  55. Siouxdie Machetto on

    Best joke I’ve read in connection with Halak asking out of the Blues game (via Puck Daddy comments section):

    Incidentally, Ovechkin has asked to be left out of any plays that happen below his own blueline.

  56. There was a time when my concern was Philadelphia signing Halak but now it looks like he’s perfect for them in the usual funny way.

  57. Siouxdie Machetto on

    I think the biggest problem with Torts is that he’s become a caricature of himself. Whatever happened to “safe is death?” He had some success with the heavy hockey, net collapsing, shot blocking, grinding style with our pretty talentless roster of second and third liners, and then it was like there was no other way for him to coach a team to play, to the point where it’s just not a plan to win hockey games anymore.

  58. Maybe we should reserve judgment on AV until after he has coached one playoff game?

  59. I didn’t think Torts should have been fired, but I accepted. I also didn’t jump ship after the terrible start this year. How many “AV supporters” bailed by December?

  60. iWicky "Frag Out!!!" on

    A gopher outsmarted bill Murray and bill Murray made it throught the zombie apocalypse by blending in with the zombies…don’t Falk with gophers

    I’d rather have drafted matteau’s kid than “shay”

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