Islanders, Boulton Agree On 1-Year, 2-Way ContractThe Islanders and veteran enforcer Eric Boulton have agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract, the team announced Friday.
Rangers Sign Kevin Hayes To New Contract, Avoid ArbitrationThe Rangers and restricted free agent forward Kevin Hayes avoided arbitration Friday by agreeing to terms on a new contract, the team announced.
Hartnett: Kreider's New Contract Is A Big Win For Him And RangersAt $4.625 million in annual-average value, the Rangers have signed one of their most productive forwards to an affordable rate for a decent amount of time.
Rangers Sign Kreider To New 4-Year ContractThe New York Rangers signed forward Chris Kreider to a four-year contract worth $18.5 million in a last-minute deal that helped the sides avoid arbitration.
Report: Islanders Discussing Building Arena In QueensThe Islanders moved into Barclays last season, but they struggled to attract new fans in Brooklyn while their existing supporters complained about obstructed-view seats and the loss of some traditions from the team’s decades on Long Island.
2-Time Stanley Cup Winner Brad Richards Retires After 15 NHL SeasonsTwo-time Stanley Cup-winning center Brad Richards is retiring after 15 NHL seasons.
Hartnett: Rangers Challenging Girardi To Rebound From Poor SeasonRangers alternate captain Dan Girardi endured the rockiest campaign of his decade-long NHL career last season.
Devils' Palmieri Added To USA Roster In World Cup Of HockeyUSA Hockey announced Wednesday that the six-year NHL veteran will replace Tampa Bay Lightning winger Ryan Callahan, who underwent hip surgery last month, in the tournament, which runs Sept. 17-Oct. 1 in Toronto.
6 New York/New Jersey Athletes Who Should Retire SoonMark Teixeira is injured. Again. This time it was a foul ball off his foot. Last month, he missed 18 games with torn cartilage in his knee, an issue he must manage with occasional days off.
Trade To Rangers Caught Mika Zibanejad Off GuardDerick Brassard wasn't the only one surprised after being traded by the Rangers to Ottawa in the team's biggest move in the offseason.
Hartnett: Brassard Was A Gamer, But Zibanejad Makes Rangers BetterThe Rangers knew they had to shake up their core following last season's playoff disappointment. They did just that on Monday.
Rangers Send Brassard, 7th-Round Pick To Ottawa For Zibanejad, 2nd-RounderThe sixth overall pick in the 2011 draft, Zibanejad registered 51 points last season (21 goals and 30 assists). The previous season, he had 20 goals and 26 assists.

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