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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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261 Guest blogger: Staal Wart (updated)

Good morning gang! I’m gonna start with a story and see where we end up…          It was June 1994, I was a senior about to graduate from Boonton High School.  The Rangers had just defeated the Nucks, and my ribs were still sore from the celebratory dive I had…

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202 Guest blogger: Doodie Machetto

With training camp just slightly more than 2 weeks away, I figured it would be appropriate to list the five key things I, The Esteemed Doodie Machetto, will be watching for both in camp and throughout the preseason.    1) Third defensive pair- with the departures of Paul Mara (Montreal)…

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223 My bags are packed

So word got out last week that I am going to be leaving the paper, and Carp was generous enough to let me say goodbye to you guys, so here goes. When The Great Sam Weinman left last year, the Jets beat was winding down and I asked if I…

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15 Good morning Staal and all

Hey all, until Jane pops in, just thought I’d give you a new thread for your vastly intelligent musings. Mike G. blew the roof off yesterday, following a most excellent Nasty. It’s too early even for me to find a new photo of a shirtless Aves, so say your good…

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225 Guest blogger: Mike G

What will our Rangers roster look like come opening day? Glen Sather was a very busy GM this off-season and the Rangers will start the 2009-2010 season with a drastically different look than they had finishing off the 2008-2009 campaign.  The revolving door to the Rangers locker room is still…

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129 Guest blogger: Nasty 1

“Hey, Mean Joe”    Hello all,    I hope you all have had a great summer, and are as excited as I am for the upcoming season.  All I know is that even the Little Rangers would be good enough for me right now.  It has gotten so bad, that…

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91 See you in September

A lot of you are probably too young to even know that song. Anyway, after today I’m on vacation for two weeks. Got a lot to do around Blog Headquarters, and some meetings with Mr. Titleist planned, but I will pretty much be around and stopping in at Rangers Report.…

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80 Next week’s guest schedule

Wow! I was overwhelmed with people stepping up to volunteer to guest blog next week. The good news: I just found out I’m going to be taking two weeks of vacation now, and more later in September, so here will be a lot of opportunities. The bad news: I still…

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227 Anybody up for a guest blog?

Pete Abraham, the Blogfather of all blogs (his Yankees blog is through the roof) gave me this idea, and I should have gone to it earlier. But I will now. Next week I’m on vacation, and though I could chime in here and there, I figured this would be the…

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157 It’s getting closer (updated)

Nothing says that the season is getting closer than previews, and today NHL.com does its thing with the Rangers. The league’s site has been doing 30 team previews in 30 days, and today’s team is the Rangers. So there is a preview story, and also a feature on John Tortorella…

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231 Bert’s gone (updated)

You all probably saw yesterday that Detroit signed Todd Bertuzzi for one year. I know some of you guys wanted the Rangers to sign him, others wanted no part of him. He’ll probably do great in Detroit with all that talent around him. Don’t know if he would have fit nearly…

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191 Messier denies Edmonton report

The Captain disputes the part of the New York Post report that said he interviewed for the Edmonton Oilers’ coaching position with his good buddy and Oilers boss Kevin Lowe. Here’s the link to the story on Faceoff.com. Meanwhile, do you guys think, like me, that Jim Schoenfeld ought to…

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168 It’s official: Prospal’s a Ranger

Here’s the announcement: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FREE AGENT FORWARD VINNY PROSPAL             New York, August 17, 2009 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent forward Vinny Prospal.      “Vinny is a highly-skilled player with…

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