What was a good start to his North American career now seems like a long time ago for Pavel Buchnevich. But after suffering back spasms following the second game of the season Oct. 15, the Rangers’ 21-year-old Russian winger was set to return to the lineup for Friday night’s game against the Hurricanes in Raleigh,...
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Dylan McIlrath’s time as a Ranger might have come to an end. The organization’s first-round pick (No. 10 overall) from the 2010 draft was placed on waivers Thursday, meaning the rest of the league has until noon Friday to put in a claim and take on the rest of his one-year, $800,000 deal. If he...
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We’re a few games into the season at this point, and it’s plain to see what the Rangers’ strengths are as a team. Most of this stems from the team’s deep forward corps – the team is fast and has a scoring touch on each of their four lines. What’s also becoming increasingly clear however […] The post Minor adjustments by Alain Vigneault can help the Rangers blue line...
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SNY's Taylor Rooks reports from Madison Square Garden where the New York Rangers overcame an early deficit to defeat the Boston Bruins, 5-2.
Josh Jooris left yesterday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return. Alain Vigneault announced last night after the game that Jooris has a separated shoulder and will be out indefinitely. Timeframe for recovery will be dependent on results of an MRI to be performed today. Jooris was always looking like the odd-man out […] The post Josh Jooris out indefinitey with separated...
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It is only a small sample size, just six games, but the New York Rangers have a lot to like about the start to their season, so far. Sitting at 4-2-0 before a pair of winnable games, tonight at home against the offensively challenged and injury-riddled Boston Bruins and Friday down in Carolina against a Hurricanes team that just completed a season-opening six-game road trip, the...
It is just two weeks into the 2016-17 NHL season and New York Rangers fans have already begun to see what this season will entail in terms of individual and team performances. Coming off two big wins against the Washington Capitals and Arizona Coyotes, this Rangers team is currently leading the Metropolitan Division with nine points. While early, this is a good sign that the Rangers...
Marc Staal came into this season with a fair amount of pressure on him after a tough 2015-16 campaign. Despite the question marks surrounding him, the New York Rangers trusted that the defender could find his game and through just a few contests this season, the big Canadian rearguard has been terrific. Staal has been rock solid on defense and has been better with the puck than he...
NEW YORK -- Dan Girardi scored 1:55 into the third period and the New York Rangers beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-2 on Sunday night.Josh Jooris and J.T. Miller also scored for New York, which has won consecutive games to improve to 4-2-0. Henrik Lundqvist made 27 stops.Radim Vrbata had both of Arizona's goals, and Louis Domingue made 23 saves. The Coyotes have lost their first four games...
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Ryan McDonagh, Henrik Lundqvist, and Alain Vigneault meet the media after the New York Rangers lost to the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden.
The New York Rangers remain undefeated at home after a wild 7-4 victory against the San Jose Sharks. For a box score, click here. Well that was fun. Raise your hand if you thought the boys were going to blow it in the third period? I will fully admit my hand is raised high. Last years’ team brainwashed us to expect the worst. But same as opening night, this team didn’t quit....
New York Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault joins The Michael Kay Show to discuss the expectations for his team this season.
The New York Rangers discuss Rick Nash being named the team's alternate captain for the upcoming season.
The NHL removed the red line offside rule in 2005, opening up the game and preventing stoppages in play due to blue line-to-blue line passes. The change made sense, as red line offside calls painfully prevented long-ice passes and slowed down the game. Not everyone was behind the move, as former defenseman Dan Boyle expressed resentment towards the rule change. Boyle told ESPN.com’s...
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