Category Archives: NY Rangers

Panarin named to NHL First All-Star Team, Award Winners revealed, big off-season awaits Rangers

Artemi Panarin didn’t win the Hart Trophy, but deservedly was named to the First All-Star Team. AP Photo credit NHL.com via Getty Images Yesterday, the NHL completed revealing their Awards for this extended 2019-20 season. One that’s still going following … Continue reading

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Devils-Rangers…for pride and more

At the Prudential Center last night for the depleted Devils’ shocking win over the defending Stanley Cup champion Blues, I was texting a friend about the game and at one point he said, ‘they better play like this tomorrow’.  My … Continue reading

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Panarin returns to Columbus tonight, Georgiev back in net, DeAngelo stuff and Kravtsov

What is it about Artemi Panarin? "When you ask me that question, I think about the reactions that our players have on the bench during games when he does something. Guys are elbowing each other like, 'Did you just see … Continue reading

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Devils hit rock bottom (perhaps)

Normally I leave the Devil-Ranger recaps to Derek and certainly things are looking much better on the other side of the river at the moment with the Rangers above .500 and actually getting contributions from more than two or three … Continue reading

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Game #74: Strome’s overtime winner gives Georgiev another victory over the Leafs

Maybe these games don’t have the same meaning to some. Don’t tell the Rangers. They went into Toronto and earned a hard fought 2-1 overtime win over the Maple Leafs. Ryan Strome scored the OT winner at 1:48 on a … Continue reading

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Why even bother rescinding the major call on Zibanejad?

A day following the unfortunate circumstance that went against the Rangers’ leading scorer Mika Zibanejad in a 1-0 loss to the Stars on Tuesday night, the league predictably rescinded the five minute boarding major penalty and game misconduct on the … Continue reading

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Rangers say goodbye to Hayes by sending him to Winnipeg

The second domino fell a little while ago. With over four hours left in today’s NHL Trade Deadline, the Rangers said goodbye to Kevin Hayes by sending him to Winnipeg in exchange for forward Brendan Lemieux, a 2019 first round … Continue reading

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Game #50: Ticket Thursday – Rangers 4, Devils 3

While I couldn’t watch most of last night’s latest disaster, getting the first update of 2-0 in the first period then all the subsequent updates after that – Rangers score with seconds remaining in the first, then come back to … Continue reading

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A few thoughts on Zuccarello

As many of you already know, a recent podcast in Mats Zuccarello’s home country of Norway caused some white noise on social media. The English translation of a interview he did made it sound like he’s waiting for the Rangers … Continue reading

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Steven Fogarty gets a chance with Lettieri sent down

Okay. Maybe highlighting Steven Fogarty being recalled from Hartford for Vinni Lettieri with the classic John Fogerty baseball song, “Centetfield,” is a bit of a stretch. Especially with baseball long gone with an unpredictable winter ahead. We already got snow … Continue reading

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