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208 Glen Sather/Rick Nash conference call LIVE!

Glen Sather: Doesn’t want to discuss the proposals at deadline. “It took a long time, I’ll tell you that much. …” “We’re happy to have a 5-time all-star and a 40-goal scorer, one of the better goal scorers in the NHL. 28 years old. “I’m sure it was difficult for…

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139 Official announcement of the Rick Nash deal

from the NYR: RANGERS ACQUIRE FIVE-TIME ALL-STAR RICK NASH Send Artem Anisimov, Brandon Dubinsky, Tim Erixon, and a first round pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft to Columbus NEW YORK, July 23, 2012 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has…

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186 Guest blogger: Tiki

First, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Carp for allowing me to write this guest post, and for cultivating a family atmosphere on this blog which has created so many lifetime friendships. This post concerns both life and hockey. Sometimes, if you’re lucky, a special person will come…

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84 Guest blogger: Jim

(Editor’s note: Jim pointed out that there are multiple Jims who post on the blog. The best way to ID him, then, would be that he’s Jim, the Rangers fan from the Toronto area  … and as if to prove it he spelled endeavor with a ‘u’.) In the spirit…

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121 For more than two years? Doan’t do it

My take on Shane Doan, who reportedly visited the Rangers’ brass yesterday while in NYC anyway for NHL/NHLPA CBA war discussions: I’ve always liked Doan as a player and still do. I think he would fit very, very nicely into the Rangers; into their identity, into their leadership group. He…

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44 Official announcement of the Wellman trade

From the Rangers: RANGERS ACQUIRE A FIFTH ROUND PICK IN 2014 Send Forward Casey Wellman to Florida NEW YORK, July 20, 2012 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has acquired a fifth round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft from…

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186 Shea WWEber the Flyer?

Not sure what to make of this whole Shea WWEber signing by the Flyers. The Nashville Predators have made a lot of noise about matching the 14-year, $110 million offer sheet — they have a week to do so — but there are many reports, including one by Larry Brooks,…

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385 Guest blogger: Joekuh

Houston, We Have a Problem…or not. First and foremost, thank you Carp aka Blogfather for giving me the chance to do yet another summer post. I’ve done posts before about my humble fan beginnings, and the first time I played hockey. Today’s topic will be a little different though, because…

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144 Guest blogger: afrey94

2011-12: The Year In Review It’s hard to believe we’re in the middle of summer already and it’s been almost a full year since we were eagerly looking ahead to the 2011-12 season (my preview, which did predict an ECF berth and loss, can be found at http://rangers.lohudblogs.com/2011/08/22/guest-blogger-afrey94/).  I had…

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190 Guest blogger: Lowell

Some Random Thoughts: ·        The league needs to implement a “Justin Schultz rule.” Perhaps something like making a draft choice the property of the drafting team for seven years. Anaheim got regally screwed by a loophole where a college player can easily become an unrestricted free agent. Here’s how simple…

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149 Guest blogger: ilb2001

(Editor’s note: I was going to give my take on the upcoming labor war — and I do believe it will be a war — but this was done in the nick of time by someone far more versed on the CBA than I … so thanks, Captain, and soon-to-be-new…

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165 Guest blogger: e3

(Editor’s note: I had to edit some things out of this guest post … not for any particular reason other than I didn’t completely understand where they were going. I normally wouldn’t point out such edits, but you guys familiar with our friend e3 know what I mean.) First, a…

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344 Friday the 13th

That headline pretty much tells you that I’ve got nothin’ today, as we close in on the end of the second week of free agency, which has probably been the dullest free-agency period in Rangers history. Well, at least we’ve had some spirited discussion on Rick Nash and who the…

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477 Guest blogger: Marfar … a rebuttal

Why You Move Derek Stepan for Rick Nash I have been watching the National Hockey League for over 40 years and even a non-professional like me can identify who may be a special talent and who, despite his youth, and ability to make an occasional “wow” pass, is merely an ordinary player and…

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84 Congrats Eddie O, Lou Lamoriello and Mike Modano

From USA Hockey: U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2012 Announced Class Includes Lamoriello, Modano and Olczyk COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Lou Lamoriello, Mike Modano and Eddie Olczyk will be enshrined as the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2012 it was announced today by USA Hockey.…

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331 Guest blogger: HugeNYRfanfromTx

Why you don’t move Derek Stepan for Rick Nash. By HugeNYRfanfromTx First I want to thank Carp for allowing me the chance to write a guest blog … I’ve been following this blog since Sam Weinman was in charge but Carp has brought this thing to a whole new level…

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375 Official word on Jeff Halpern signing

from the NYR: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH JEFF HALPERN NEW YORK, July 10, 2012 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with free agent forward Jeff Halpern. Halpern, 36, skated in 69 games with the Washington Capitals…

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275 Rangers sign 36-year-old Jeff Halpern

According to RDS’ Ren Lavoie, the Rangers have agreed to a one-year contract worth $700,000 with center Jeff Halpern, age 36. Not saying this is a bad signing, because Halpern is especially good on faceoffs, and is a penalty killer type. But … here is a team that was strong…

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