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49 Rangers sign Andre Deveaux

From the Rangers: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FREE AGENT FORWARD ANDRE DEVEAUX New York, August 16, 2011 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with free agent forward Andre Deveaux. Deveaux skated in 73 games in 2010-11…

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77 Rick Rypien: Another red flag? (updated)

I have no idea what happened in the sad Rick Rypien story, and I’m not going to speculate. But facts are facts, and one fact is that more than a few NHL players — especially tough guys — have had issues and demons and baggage, and bouts with depression, with…

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58 Rangers’ roster for Traverse City prospects tournament

From the Rangers: RANGERS ANNOUNCE ROSTER FOR 2011 TRAVERSE CITY TOURNAMENT The annual prospect tournament set to begin on September 10, 2011 New York, August 15, 2011 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today the roster for the 2011 Traverse City Tournament in Traverse City,…

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74 We interrupt this Fran marathon …

Hi kids. I’m back from those two weeks of vacation, including several meetings with Mr. T at Mr. Green’s office; and a splendid weekend in Boston … which, you cannot help but be constantly reminded, is home to the Stanley Cup champions. I think I may have won a few…

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63 Guest blogger: Fran … Part IV

I made several routine runs to the south, sometimes loading at Ocala, or Ft. Pierce, Sebring or even Orlando. (Orlando in those days was a really small town and very quaint and attractive. Not anymore. It used to be surrounded by orange groves…not anymore.) Every trip was different in one…

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52 Guest blogger: Fran … Part III

This first trip south was pretty uneventful… I was new to the reality of long distance trucking, but it didn’t seem like anything to worry about. It was a motor vehicle, (big I’ll admit) but you just adjust to the size and take as much room as you need, and…

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135 Guest blogger: Fran … Part II

(editor’s note: Here’s Part II of out friend Fran’s story. See yesterday’s thread for Part I). This whole trip was an oddball…. it was Thanksgiving day, and my mother always put on a big spread for this, and my sisters, and Aunt Bea would show up and it was a…

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102 Guest blogger: Fran … Part I

(editor’s note: You guys asked for it, and here it is. Our story-telling friend Fran has agreed to tell some more stories. He said he’s scouring his place for some old photos. If we get them in time, we’ll post those too. Until then, enjoy Part I of his musings).…

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90 NHL pre-season schedule released

From the NHL: JETS’ DEBUT, SEVEN OVERSEAS GAMES HIGHLIGHT 2011-12 NHL PRE-SEASON SCHEDULE NEW YORK (August 9, 2011) –The return of NHL hockey to Winnipeg and seven overseas games against international opponents highlight the National Hockey League’s 2011-12 pre-season schedule from Sept. 19 to Oct. 4. Winnipeg fans will have…

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68 Rangers sign free agent defenseman Brendan Bell

From the Rangers: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FREE AGENT DEFENSEMAN BRENDAN BELL New York, August 9, 2011 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with free agent defenseman Brendan Bell. Bell, 28, has skated in 101 career…

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92 It’s Just Pain … but he’s feeling pretty good

I know, it seems we have summer hours now. Open late, close early. But we’re still chugging along. We have some guest blog spots still open if anybody’s interested. If so, e-mail me at rcarpini@lohud.com. Until then, check out this Brandon Prust interview, including highlights.

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155 Guest blogger: eddie eddie eddie

Many of us have our favorite memories of Ranger lore. The Cup run in ’94 obviously ranks as everyone’s favorite.   For me, that two-month stretch was heaven on earth, as I’m sure it was for most Ranger fans. This, however, is not a walk down that lane. Instead, I want…

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122 One dog-days week down

Yep, a hockey fan’s worst month is in its seventh day already. I’m not too thrilled that the summer’s going by so quickly, especially since last winter seemed to last four or five years. On the other hand, we’re getting closer and closer to puck-drop(s). Starting to wonder what kind…

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77 Guest blogger: Jon Levy

Editor’s note: Jon Levy is a Rangers fan who also writes a U.S. soccer blog, “The Yanks are Coming.” He also tweets about soccer and the Rangers, among other things, at @TYAC_Jon. —————— With Brad Richards signing on and expected to play on a line with Marian Gaborik, recent fan…

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308 TMZ report: Sean Avery arrested for shoving a cop

According to the report, the police officer was trying to break up a loud party at Sean Avery’s California home. Avery was being held on $20,000 bail, according to the story. Here’s TMZ’s story. ———————- Quick impressions: 1) Let’s see how accurate this story is before we make any decisions.…

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12 Is it hockey season yet?

No? OK. NHL.com has begun its 30-in-30 series, with your heroes scheduled for Aug. 19. ESPN.com, meanwhile, had this offering about your New York Rangers. I’ve still got some openings for guest bloggers between now and Aug. 14, and then Aug. 22-28. Drop me a note at rcarpini@lohud.com if you’re…

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176 Still decompressing

I could get used to this vacation stuff. Three days already, two rounds of golf, lots of swings, not many lost balls. Still 11 days left. Got nothing else. I apologize for those who volunteered to do guest blogs and are awaiting a response from me. I’ll get on that,…

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190 The good guys and the best guys

The Yankees’ recent homestand was also their annual HOPE Week, a wonderful week in which they do good deeds for people in need, and good for them. It’s a wonderful concept and a noble undertaking. And I am certainly not taking anything away from the Yankees whatsoever, or being disparaging…

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320 Islanders in trouble? Arena vote favoring “No”

As I knocked off for the night, the latest Nassau County vote totals weren’t looking good for the Islanders and their proposed new $400 million arena development. Associated Press was predicting a victory for the “no” votes. Turnout was disappointingly low. According to Newsday: Shortly before 11 p.m., with 406…

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216 U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of ’11

I’m back from a productive meeting at Centennial Golf Club. USA Hockey today announced the newest members of its Hall of Fame, to be enshrined in the fall. They are: Chris Chelios, Mike Emrick, Ed Snider, Gary Suter and Keith Tkachuk. Chelios was the first hockey player, back in the…

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