Tag Archives: Jesper Fast

Looking Ahead: How the ‘18-19 Rangers stack up

It’s never easy to assess a rebuilding team. Coming off their worst season in over a decade, the Rangers are a team in transition. Expectations aren’t that high as in years past. Fans should be realistic about what to expect. … Continue reading

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Rangers re-sign Hayes for one year and over $5 million

So much for logic and suggestion. Less than 24 hours after I advocated committing long-term to Kevin Hayes, the Rangers decided the best option was to re-sign him for one year at over $5 million. Credit goes to TSN insider … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Hayes is the best center on the Rangers, Pay him!

Let me start off by saying what’s been on my mind for a while. How long exactly? Try since February of last season. There are many different perspectives on what needs to happen going forward for the Rangers. I’m here … Continue reading

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What J.T. Miller’s new contract could mean for Hayes

Earlier today, the Lightning announced on Twitter that they had re-signed J.T. Miller to a new contract. The restricted free agent who the Rangers included in a selloff with Ryan McDonagh at the trade deadline, received a five-year contract worth … Continue reading

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Focused Kreider should be considered for Rangers’ next captain

The final home game was full of mixed emotions like the classic Rolling Stones hit. Following a unbelievable pregame ceremony in which NYPD Officer Conor McDonald presented Henrik Lundqvist with the Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award, the Rangers organization paid … Continue reading

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A emotional return for three former Blueshirts

Before the puck drops for tonight’s match between the Lightning and Rangers at The Garden, there’s sure to be plenty of emotion for three former Blueshirts. Dan Girardi, Ryan McDonagh and J.T. Miller will take the ice as a visitor … Continue reading

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Moving Forward: After being eliminated by the Devils, Rangers continue the process

It finally happened. The Rangers were officially eliminated from the postseason due to the Devils winning 4-3 over the Hurricanes. That made it the first time since 2010 there will be no playoffs. Unlike that painful ending which went to … Continue reading

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Lias Andersson scores in NHL debut and Filip Chytil records first point in Rangers loss to Caps

#NYR Lias Andersson (19 years, 164 days) is the youngest player in team history to score in his NHL debut, eclipsing the mark set by Mike Allison (19 years, 195 days) on Oct. 9, 1980 at BOS. #NHLStats pic.twitter.com/Osz0TKtfFm — … Continue reading

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Fast’s career high three points spoiled by Flyers

The Flyers are hated for a reason. Aside from the fact they always push the Rangers around, they also are gonna make the playoffs. Unlike ’09-10, it wont come down to a stinking shootout in Game 82 in Philadelphia. That’s … Continue reading

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How not to play in your 800th game

Henrik Lundqvist is a lot of things. For over a decade, the successful 2000 seventh round pick who came over from Frolunda where he won a championship in Sweden has been a rock for this franchise. Already the Rangers’ record … Continue reading

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