Tag Archives: Ryan Spooner

Avalanche at Rangers: Buchnevich a healthy scratch

The Rangers look to shake off a tough one goal defeat over the weekend when they host the Avalanche tonight at 7 PM. It promise to be another tough test. After doing a solid job against Connor McDavid even though … Continue reading

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Game 5 Review: Thoughts on tough 2-1 Rangers loss to Oilers/refs, talent lacking

I know it’s a bit late. However, Saturday’s 2-1 Rangers loss to the Oilers and the refs really ticked me off. Let me preface this by saying that I rarely get on the officiating for any of my teams when … Continue reading

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Rangers host Sharks: Neal Pionk will sit tonight for Fredrik Claesson

In Game 4 of the new season, rookie coach David Quinn continues to juggle the lineup. With the Rangers still looking for a win, he made clear that veteran Kevin Shattenkirk will be a healthy scratch tonight versus San Jose. … Continue reading

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A Review of Game 2: At least the Rangers didn’t get shutout by Hutton

Ever since Carter Hutton played for St. Louis, he’s had our number. Originally a Nashville backup goalie before posting a NHL best .931 save percentage with the Blues last season, now he’s the starter in Buffalo. After a bad start … Continue reading

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Rangers Preview: Patience a virtue in Quinn’s first year

The word rebuild hasn’t been common in this part of town. Until last trade deadline, it was unfamiliar to Henrik Lundqvist. When he first entered the league as a fresh faced 23-year old championship winning goalie of Frolunda back home … Continue reading

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Preseason Game 4: Rangers host Devils

Tonight, the Devils visit MSG for the first time in the only preseason meeting between the Hudson Rivals. For the Rangers, it’s the fourth game of exhibition with two remaining. On Saturday, they were 5-2 losers to the Islanders at … Continue reading

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Preseason continues: Rangers and Islanders face off tomorrow

As training camp continues, so does the preseason. So far, the Rangers haven’t been that busy compared to the Islanders and Flyers. The latter of who they lost to 6-4 on Wednesday in the first game at Madison Square Garden. … Continue reading

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Preseason continues: Rangers home for Flyers

Tonight, fans get their first look up close at the rebuild. The Rangers return home for the first time since the end of March to host the Flyers in preseason. While expectations are much higher for the guys from Philly, … Continue reading

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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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Awful job by the Rangers bridging Spooner while disrespecting Hayes

Let’s be honest here. You’re telling me it makes sense to bridge two unproven players you acquired last deadline to identical contracts?!?! I’m not buying it. It was bad enough the Rangers gave the inconsistent Vladislav Namestnikov two years at … Continue reading

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