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418 Original art by Sally!

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.

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144 Two days ’til hockey

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…

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226 First day of training camp …

… 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…

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206 Heatley, Schoney, Torts and all

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…

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37 Traverse City and Theo Fleury

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…

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152 Individual tickets on sale Saturday

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…

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75 So how do the Rangers rate?

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…

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180 Gettin’ closer

Three days from the opening of training camp.  The Ottawa Citizen is still banging the drum on a possible trade of Dany Heatley to the Rangers, though its speculation, you would think, is off the mark. The story, on Faceoff.com, suggests that the Rangers send Marc Staal, Brandon Dubinsky and…

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115 Ovechkin in NYC tomorrow

Got this from release from the NHL, regarding Alex Ovechkin’s NYC visit tomorrow. The headline on the release said that Ovechkin will ride a Zamboni up Sixth Avenue, but the text only said he will be at the NHL/Reebok store (between 46th and 47th streets) to ring up a few…

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29 Traverse City update

This came in from the Rangers late Monday night: Monday, Sept. 7, 2009 – New York Rangers 4, Atlanta Thrashers 1 The New York Rangers prospects defeated the Atlanta Thrashers prospects, 4-1, on Monday, September 7, to improve to 1-1-0 in the first round of the 2009 Traverse City (Michigan)…

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104 Working on Labor Day (updated)

Happy holiday. Officially, I’m back from vacation today. I know you didn’t miss me much, because we really had some sensational guest bloggers. And before I forget, our friend Mike G. is planning to send along something from the Rangers fan fest he attended over the weekend. Not sure how…

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152 Guest blogger: DanLD

With the huge amount of change that the Rangers roster has seen since July, it’s certainly been difficult to focus on anything except the revamped squad that the Garden Faithful will be watching this season.  There’s a new superstar, a few new role guys, and, love him or hate him,…

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116 Guest blogger: Buster

  Hey everyone, Buster here. I’ve been following Sam’s posts and now Carp’s and his team’s for about two years. I’ve been more active in submitting some comments and thoughts the past year or so, and it goes without saying that the daily conversations here are great hockey fun. Though…

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177 Guest blogger: UESBlueshirt

After seeing my favorite baseball team lose yet another player to the insatiable injury bug I turned to the blogosphere to gain some levity on what has become the summer of Flushing Meadows’  discontent.  An irritated yet by no means apathetic commentator quipped that the karmic justice to such a miserable season…

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199 Guest blogger: Mike (Grabachev) in IA

Hey boneheads, I have to first say thanks to Carp for letting me do a guest post. I also wanna say congrats to all the guys who posted so far. you all have done a great job. it’s been a fun 2 weeks and training camp is right around the corner. There…

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159 Guest blogger: Pavel

For the last two seasons, it seems that the best way to cause chronic eye twitching was to watch a Rangers’ power play. Perhaps I missed the angelic chant by Sam Rosen, or maybe it was the lack of production! Despite the various roster overhauls since the lockout, I am…

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154 Guest blogger: CCCP

Give me back my coat, man! Just want to start by saying that this has been such a great ride since I joined the blog the last off-season. The guess blogging week has been nothing but fun; everyone did such a great job filling in and truly represented the Rangers’…

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117 Guest blogger: Spiderpig

It is a bittersweet chance that some of us get to guest blog for a couple weeks. While it is great for us to be featured on the blog, it is only a result of newspapers cutting costs and giving their employees more vacation time. For my appearance, I don’t…

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157 Guest blogger: Rob C

One intriguing subplot of this year’s Rangers training camp is who John Tortorella will choose to serve as the team’s alternate captains to Chris Drury.  Now, this may seem like a trivial matter, but I do think it’s worth discussing who will comprise the all-important “leadership group” on the Rangers…

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96 Guest blogger: Patrick Hoffman

Lundqvist: The New Richter? Since the offseason began, it seems that New York Rangers pundits and fans alike have focused on the following topics and questions: line combinations; prospects; who is going to be the club’s No.1 center?; how will Marian Gaborik play in his first season on Broadway?; what…

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