Tag Archives: Andy Bathgate

HARD HITS: A Father’s Day Hockey Celebration

By show of hands, how many fans got into hockey due to their Dad’s? It might not apply to all. But there are certainly plenty of hockey fans who love the sport because our fathers taught us about it. On … Continue reading

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Hurricanes storm past Rangers to capture Metro Division, Kreider wins Steven McDonald Award, Late comeback falls short, Copp and Panarin exit early for precaution, MSG broadcast disappoints

There’s a lot to get to tonight. In losing 4-3 to the Hurricanes despite being down both Artemi Panarin and Andrew Copp the final two periods, the Rangers gave a valiant effort. Your 2021-22 Steven McDonald Award Winner!!!!!#NYR pic.twitter.com/iaMJaWvuiZ — … Continue reading

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A Rangers Pioneer Part I: Emile “Cat” Francis

On Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022, the Rangers lost a legendary pioneer. Emile “Cat” Francis was a huge part of the Original Six franchise. He was 95. It was as a coach and general manager that he helped shape the team … Continue reading

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The Greatest Trades In Devils and Rangers History

With the official start of the summer upon us in the heat of two closely fought Stanley Cup Semifinals, I decided to look back at the ’92-93 Canadiens on hockey-reference.com. I don’t know why, but maybe seeing how close the … Continue reading

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Bread Man dominance of Islanders latest example of how great he is, Rangers send message to blood rival in 6-2 domination

The Bread Man Delivers by dominating the Islanders with five points in the Rangers’ best win of the season. AP Photo credit New York Rangers via Getty Images By show of hands, who had the Rangers getting six past Semyon … Continue reading

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Rangers trade Nash to Bruins, Ratelle finally to have number retired tonight

The last of the expected players to go before Monday’s trade deadline went early this morning. Rick Nash was finally traded to the Bruins in a complicated deal due to Boston’s salary cap. Here’s Rick Nash, Boston Bruin. pic.twitter.com/jnM4uqQhTh — … Continue reading

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Game #4 Red Wings visit Rangers as Klein returns for ‘Rivalry Night’

Rivalry Night features Original 6’s Red Wings and Rangers. A look back at the glory days. Plus the awful Miller/Fowler rumor. Continue reading

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Remembering Andy Bathgate

On Friday, hockey lost a legend. Andy Bathgate passed away at the age of 83. A former Ranger who spent 12 seasons on Broadway starring on teams in the 1950’s and early 60’s at the original Madison Square Garden, Bathgate … Continue reading

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