Browsing: Rick Carpiniello

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184 Rangers sign 6-foot-7 defenseman Troy Donnay

Not sure if this deserves its own post … but we needed one anyway. The guy’s 6-foot-7, 195 pounds. From the Rangers: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FREE AGENT DEFENSEMAN TROY DONNAY NEW YORK, August 1, 2013 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that…

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144 Dominic Moore’s Smashfest! a smashing success

Click here for a story by my buddy Mike Brophy, written for NHL.com, about Dominic Moore, who hosted the charity event. From the NHLPA: SMASHFEST! HOSTED BY DOMINIC MOORE RAISES OVER $100,000 FOR RESEARCH INTO RARE CANCERS AND CONCUSSIONS …Second annual charity Ping-Pong event included 25 current and former NHL…

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228 Rangers pre-season schedule

From the NYR: RANGERS ANNOUNCE 2013 PRESEASON SCHEDULE Blueshirts to play six road games in 11 days NEW YORK, July 16, 2013 – The New York Rangers have announced their 2013 preseason schedule today, which includes a total of six games, one of which will be held on neutral ice.…

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763 Bye, bye, Kovalchuk … bye, bye, Devils

I thought you needed a new post anyway, after all the hilarity and frivolity of the sublime Ilya Kovalchuk saga. I will say this, no matter who did what or why, this is both a complete blessing and an absolute curse to the Devils. It’s a blessing, nearly a miracle…

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15 Rangers sign RFAs Carl Hagelin, Justin Falk to new contracts

Carl Hagelin’s deal is reportedly two years and $4.5 million, Justin Falk’s one year, $975,000. From the Rangers: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FORWARD CARL HAGELIN NEW YORK, July 10, 2013 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms…

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125 Hall of Fame Day and an interesting class

Some automatics on the ballot — if there even is a ballot, or is it just a discussion behind closed doors; nobody seems to know how the hell the Hockey Hall of Fame committee selects its inductees. But also some borderliners up for election/selection this year. The announcement is expected…

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175 Rangers re-sign Ryan McDonagh … so exhale

It’s now official. The Rangers have announced that they have re-signed 24-year-old first-pair defenseman Ryan McDonagh. The deal is reportedly for six years, worth $4.7 million a year, and with it Glen Sather buys threeof McDonagh’s potential unrestricted free agency seasons. That leaves the Rangers with three key restricted free…

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384 It’s Go Time! … Free agency edition

Welcome to free agency day, the day most responsible for amnesty buyouts and lockouts … the day where, annually, more teams harm their chances than enhance them. Because of the new format this year — where teams could negotiate with free agents the last few days — there could be…

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