Thanks to the guys who put this info in the comments earlier. Here’s the official word from the Rangers (sadly, The Moustache is gone): RANGERS TRIM TRAINING CAMP ROSTER BY 20 34 Active Players Remain With The Club New York, September 17, 2009 – New York Rangers President and General... Read More →
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The Rangers will cut down to 29, 30 or so today. Some thoughts after a couple of preseason games: 1) The Avery Rules are in effect even for preseason games. I mean, geez, he knocked over a goalie last night, but the puck was already in the net, and then... Read More →
That means time for a blank slate for all your comments. Here it is. Enough said. (Oh, and I never did get a chance to speak with Tortorella today. I got called away for another assignment.) Hey, they just showed the AT&T commercial with little Dubinsky and little Drury in... Read More →
Well, it was fun while it lasted but I might be getting the hook for another assignment that just popped up. I watched the workout for the guys who are playing tonight, had a few words with some of the players, then went to watch the workout for the guys... Read More →
1) The plan is for me to head over to the workouts today. I don’t know if I can free up to go to the Rock tonight, but it’s on TV, so that’s fine. Hopefully I’ll have something from practice later. 2) Did anybody notice anything about the MSG renovation... Read More →
Just watched the Yankees-Blue Jays brawl. Pretty good one by baseball standards. Joe Girardi has a mouse growing under his eye. Anyway, before I see Rangers in 60, here’s the official postgame stuff: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES AND QUOTES September 15, 2009 – New York Rangers 1, Boston Bruins... Read More →
Laurel here. Nothing to report but comment on the game tonight …start fresh with a new thread! The season has begun! There’s real hockey tonight!
Some of you guys will need seatbelts tonight. I can just tell that your excitement might be a little over the top. I don’t blame you, but I’ve never been part of this blog for the start of a season before. No, Brandon Dubinsky isn’t going to be playing tonight.... Read More →
Sally, with help from Linda, has produced this great, original piece of art just for Rangers Report, and for you Boneheads. A big Thank You to Sally and Linda for putting in the time to do this for us. Check out more of her drawings at her blog.
See, that offseason didn’t take so long … sometimes it felt like a decade. First of all, thank God we don’t have to deal with any more Dany Heatley rumors. And now that that’s been put to bed, unless the Rangers are still kicking tires on an overpriced jalopy like... Read More →
… and I’m going to stand in the rain at a football game. Ugh. Oh, well, that’s reality. My full-time job takes precedence, so I apologize in advance for the way it’s going to go this season. I have the Giants tomorrow. I do plan on being with the Rangers... Read More →
Training camp opens tomorrow, and at this very moment John Tortorella is meeting with his good friends in the media. Unfortunately, I’m not there, so I suggest checking the Rangers’ site and some of the other familiar spots to see and/or hear what Torts said. Then, as always, please come... Read More →
This from the NYR about tonight’s game in Traverse City: Thursday, September 10, 2009 – New York Rangers 5, St. Louis Blues 4 •The New York Rangers prospects defeated the St. Louis Blues prospects, 5-4, to finish in third place at the 2009 Traverse City (Michigan) Prospects Tournament. •The Rangers... Read More →
This just in from NYR: RANGERS INDIVIDUAL TICKETS TO GO ON-SALE Saturday, September 12 at 10:00 a.m. via Ticketmaster New York, September 10, 2009 – The New York Rangers announced today that tickets for the 2009-10 Rangers season home games will go on-sale on Saturday, September 12th beginning at 10:00... Read More →
You guys started the conversation yesterday, after TSN ranked the Rangers 22nd (that’s out of 30 teams, folks) in the NHL. You can see that story here. Some of you were up in arms about “let’s prove them wrong and shove it down their throats” and such, and some of... Read More →