The Rangers are not in need of a dramatic shake-up. But when free agency comes around, you never know how things will unfold.
When the puck drops in Game 5, the Rangers need to be the dominant team. They haven’t done it all series. It’s time for the entire squad to step up.
Rangers center Brandon Dubinsky skated at the team’s training facility in Greenburgh on Friday for the first time since suffering a right-foot injury against the Senators in the first round of the NHL Eastern Conference Playoffs.
To John Tortorella, there’s the wrong way — and then there’s his way.
Brian Boyle practiced for the third straight day on Sunday and is closer to returning to the Rangers’ lineup.
The Rangers won Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals as they defeated the Capitals 3-1.
Rangers forward Brian Boyle is not sure whether he’ll play in Saturday’s Eastern Conference Semifinal opener against the Capitals at Madison Square Garden, and Brandon Dubinsky is staying off the ice.
This team all season has reacted to adversity the way a championship team does. They handle business, and I don’t see any way that the Rangers allow the Senators to win another game this series.
Gone are the days when NHL players could adequately police themselves. The game I love has now given way to ugly, vigilante justice.
An analysis of Brendan Shanahan’s suspension of New York Rangers forward Carl Hagelin and the game misconduct penalty given to Brandon Dubinsky.
Rangers’ winger Carl Hagelin was handed a three game suspension by NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan. Meanwhile, Ottawa’s Matt Carkner was banned for one game.
I have been to a lot of hockey games. I have been to a lot of playoff hockey games. And I have never been to a game as physical and as mean as there was last night at Madison Square Garden.
Ottawa Senators rallied for a wild 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers in Game 2 to even the first-round Eastern Conference series.
Brandon Dubinsky charged in to help Boyle. When things settled down, Carkner and Dubinsky were ushered to the penalty boxes.
The Rangers skated with a point to prove in their playoff opener against the Senators — and began forging a new postseason identity.