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70 R.I.P. Carol Vadnais, a Ranger from 1975-1982

Sad news Sunday that Carol Vadnais, who played defense for five different teams — including the Rangers for seven seasons — and won a pair of Stanley Cups (Montreal, 1968 and Boston, 1972), passed away from cancer at age 68. Vadnais wasn’t universally loved as a Ranger, probably because he…

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327 Guest blogger: Adam Z … Dads, Daughters and Dreams

Dads, Daughters, and Dreams By Adam Z First came the “thonk” of the paci falling to the floor. The “thud” of all the stuffed animals hitting the deck quickly followed. And then the sweet sound of the world’s best alarm clock: “Daddy! Daddy!” Ella’s wakeup routine that Thursday morning in…

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283 Rangers’ official announcement of Kevin Hayes signing

(Editor’s note: So now he’s 6-5, 225. Blackhawks had him at 6-2, 201. Must have been from his draft year, 2010.) From the NYR: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FREE AGENT FORWARD KEVIN HAYES NEW YORK, August 20, 2014 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced…

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136 Reports: Rangers sign free-agent center/winger Kevin Hayes, 22

According to several reports, the Rangers signed 22-year-old unrestricted free agent Kevin Hayes, a left-shooting right-winger who can also play center, Wednesday. Hayes, Chicago’s first-round pick in 2010 (24th overall), became an unrestricted free agent when the Blackhawks failed/declined to sign him by the Aug. 15 deadline. Three teams went…

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105 The entire 2014-15 NHL preseason schedule

Just a quick reminder: The Rangers actually have some home preseason games for the first time in four years. They report for physicals Sept. 18, are on the ice for training camp Sept. 19 (one month from today), and begin the preseason at home against the Devils Sept. 22. From…

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567 Guest blogger: Miami Pimp … and you probably know the topic

(Editor’s note: For those unfamiliar with today’s guest blogger, this qualifies as a positive, upbeat, glass-half-full essay given the lack of the use of terms such as “amateur hour,” “clowns” and “dogs’ breakfast.” And, well, he tends to favor a certain player. Also, he’s a tad unusual.) “It’s all about…

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117 Guest blogger: Marc Weissman … on concussions and lawsuits

(Editor’s note: The opinions in this guest blog post belong solely to the author) By Marc Weissman Well, first off, I’m not surprised in the least that legal action against the league has become more prevalent. When Derek Boogaard died from an overdose of Oxycontin — while having undergone treatment…

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268 A new post … just because

Hey kids. Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I figured you needed a new clean palate for your creative comments. So here it is. Also, with still about eight weeks or so until training camp, now is a good time for guest blog posts. So if anybody wants to…

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85 Dominic Moore’s Smashfest raises $140,000 for charities

From the NHLPA: SMASHFEST HOSTED BY DOMINIC MOORE RAISES $140,000 FOR RESEARCH INTO CONCUSSIONS AND RARE CANCERS …Third annual charity Ping-Pong event included 23 current and former NHL players TORONTO (July 25, 2014) – Dominic Moore, New York Rangers forward, is pleased to announce that last night’s Smashfest charity ping-pong…

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