Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault went on Mike Francesa’s show on Tuesday and tried to explain what happened during the Game 7 loss to Tampa Bay last Friday.
Three days after squandering a chance to reach the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight season, the New York Rangers’ disappointment and frustration was still there for all to see.
You don’t tear down a team that was 20 minutes away from making a second consecutive Stanley Cup Final appearance.
It would be a disservice to the New York Rangers and fellow fans of the Blueshirts to listen to the rumbling in my gut that tells me my favorite hockey team has exhausted its nine lives.
The Tampa Bay Lightning pushed the Rangers to the brink of extinction by beating them at their own game.
Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault isn’t ruling out Mats Zuccarello’s return in the Eastern Conference finals.
The New York Rangers’ Alain Vigneault, Calgary’s Bob Hartley and Nashville’s Peter Laviolette are the finalists for the Jack Adams Award as NHL’s coach of the year.
The Rangers came out of the gates flat in Game 4. It was a sloppy, turnover-prone, all-around dreadful start. What they needed was a kick in the butt.
When the puck drops Thursday night for the opener of their seven-game Eastern Conference playoff series, the Rangers will have been on a tear that began when they made the Stanley Cup finals in 2014.
When the Rangers were eliminated in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final last spring there were serious concerns about whether they could realistically take the next step this season. Yet they appear to be even better.
The Rangers may have to wait until Saturday to find out who they will play in the first round.
Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault is the man with the Midas touch. The Rangers have taken tremendous leaps forward in each of Vigneault’s first two seasons behind the bench.
What Rangers fans have seen over the past two games is probably a blip. This team has shown an ability to self-correct all season long.
Henrik Lundqvist practiced with his Rangers teammates Tuesday for the first time since he was forced from the lineup by a neck injury in February, and could be back in goal by this weekend.
Here they come, thundering down the stretch.