(Editor’s note: Is it really 20 years since this? October 4, 1991: Mark Messier, traded to NY Rangers by Edmonton with future considerations (Jeff Beukeboom for David Shaw, November 12, 1991) for Bernie Nicholls, Steven Rice and Louie DeBrusk and a big, giant bag of cash, October 4, 1991.) —————-... Read More →
From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES New York Rangers 4, EV Zug 8 (Preseason Game No. 7, Away No. 6) -The Rangers were defeated by EV Zug, 8-4, tonight at Bossard Arena, to complete their preseason schedule with a 4-2-1 record. -The Blueshirts out-shot EV Zug, 45-28, in… Read More →
Rangers at EV Sug in Switzerland, 2 p.m., on MSG Network. After today’s preseason finale, the boys get a few days of practices in and then, as you know, it all starts for real against the Kings Friday. ————————————- From the Rangers: RANGERS INDIVIDUAL TICKETS FOR 2011-12 REGULAR SEASON TO… Read More →
Thoughts: 1) The Rangers were totally outplayed by an adrenalized Slovakian team until midway in the second period when the Rangers received a 5 on 3 for a full two minutes. The Rangers scored twice on beautiful passing and from then on dominated the game. The capacity crowd of 10,000… Read More →
Next to last game of the preseason, in Marian Gaborik’s homeland. ————————— Still looking for somebody to volunteer to review tomorrow’s game (Monday in Switzerland, 2 p.m.). If you are interested, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
Now that the cuts have been pretty much made, and most of the decisions, too, there’s one thing still to ponder. We kind of started the discussion last night. Who is going to end up the first-line left wing on Opening Night? Guess the next two preseason games are worth… Read More →
from the Rangers: RANGERS TRIM ROSTER BY EIGHT 25 Active Players Remain with the Club New York, October 1, 2011 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has assigned forwards Ryan Bourque, Carl Hagelin, John Mitchell, Kris Newbury and Dale Weise, and… Read More →
(Editor’s note: Anybody interested in doing reviews of the Sunday or Monday games? If so, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org) Another round of cuts coming today for John Tortorella. As I’ve said all along, there really aren’t a lot of spots available for new guys. The Rangers still need to keep… Read More →
From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES New York Rangers 4, Frolunda Indians 2 (Preseason Game No. 5, Away No. 4) -The Rangers defeated the Frolunda Indians of the Swedish Elite League, 4-2, tonight at Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg, Sweden, to improve to 3-1-1 in preseason action. -Henrik Lundqvist… Read More →
Henrik Lundqvist’s homecoming, against brother Joel. The game is on MSG Network at 1 p.m. NHL.com’s Dan Rosen previews the game from Sweden, with the probable lineup.
The good news is that the Rangers crawl out of that dark chasm today and that, from today until the day they’re eliminated from the playoffs (or dancing with the Cup) the rest of the games will be televised. (how spoiled we’ve gotten). MSG Network will do the three remaining… Read More →
Not sure of the ramifications of this announcement, but just got this from the Rangers: “Marc Staal will be reporting to Hartford and skating with the Connecticut Whale tomorrow.” I imagine that John Tortorella or the team will have more explanation for this later on from Prague. Check the Twitter… Read More →
Don’t know if an “It’s Go Time!” post is needed or appropriate for a game in Prague that, to my knowledge, is not being televised here. Thoughts? If you want one, I’ll do one. You guys (who aren’t in Prague) are probably going to have to watch this game via… Read More →
Courtesy of Bodog: Odds to win the 2012 Stanley Cup Vancouver Canucks 7/1 Washington Capitals 7/1 Boston Bruins 10/1 Pittsburgh Penguins 10/1 Philadelphia Flyers 11/1 San Jose Sharks 11/1 Chicago Blackhawks 12/1 Detroit Red Wings 12/1 Los Angeles Kings 14/1 Tampa Bay Lightning 16/1 Buffalo Sabres 18/1 Anaheim Ducks 25/1… Read More →
From the NHL (apologies for the spacing): COLIN CAMPBELL STATEMENT REGARDING RANGERS-FLYERS ALTERCATION TORONTO (September 27, 2011)—Colin Campbell, National Hockey League Senior Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations, today released the following statement regarding an altercation during Monday night’s pre-season game between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers: “All… Read More →
Thoughts: 1) From what I’ve seen, this preseason has been disjointed, undisciplined and inconclusive. The Rangers have not played particularly well in any of the three games, and their best players have certainly not stood out for the most part. Maybe that’s just me. 2) As far as Michael Del… Read More →
from the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES New York Rangers 3, Philadelphia Flyers 5 (Preseason Game No. 3, Away No. 2) -The Rangers were defeated by the Philadelphia Flyers, 5-3, tonight at Wells Fargo Center, and are now 1-1-1 in preseason action. -New York notched two power play goals… Read More →
Last chance to see your boys before they jet over the ocean for a couple of weeks. I imagine there will be a fair amount of stuff to discuss during and after this game for a lot of reasons, most of them fairly obvious. NHL.com did an analysis on the… Read More →
From the NHL: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / SEPT. 26, 2011 FLYERS TO HOST RANGERS IN THE 2012 BRIDGESTONE NHL WINTER CLASSIC JAN. 2 AT CITIZENS BANK PARK Event To Be Broadcast Live On NBC in U.S., CBC & RDS In Canada At 1 p.m. ET Lead Up To The 2012… Read More →
You can watch the event from Citizens Bank Park on NHL.com, the NHL Network, or on the Rangers’ team site.