Lundqvist would probably trade in all of his endorsement deals, give away closets full of designer suits and hand over the keys to his Maserati in an instant if it meant he could take one sip from Lord Stanley’s Cup.
Had Joe Sakic and Pavel Bure became Rangers in the their prime, it would have significantly changed the Blueshirts’ fortunes during a dark period.
There were three things that stood out to me more than anything last night, and they were the play of Michael Del Zotto, Ryan McDonagh and Carl Hagelin.
With their win over the Flyers last night, the Rangers have clinched the first seed in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 1993-1994, and these are the five reasons why the Rangers achieved that goal.
Richards has ignited the Rangers’ top line. And any doubts that he wasn’t capable of living up to his monster contract are long gone.
‘The Great One,’ Wayne Gretzky turns 51 today. During a dark time in Rangers’ history, Gretzky illuminated Madison Square Garden.
Mark Messier, Brian Leetch, Adam Graves and Stephane Matteau were among the former Rangers who returned for this reunion, also having won the franchise’s last Stanley Cup in 1994.
High-expectations and comparisons to legendary offensive-defensmen are something that Michael Del Zotto’s always dealt with. Now, he’s writing his own legacy as a complete defenseman for the Rangers.
Rangers fans voiced their disgust during Thursday’s home opener but John Tortorella has a solid plan. While it may be a work in progress, Sean Avery is not the answer.
On Tuesday night, New York fans saw what they expected all along from the 2011-12 Rangers.
What a summer it was for the New York Rangers. A big signing, a new captain and more. After losing to the Capitals in five games in the first round of the playoffs last season, the Rangers added and removed what they thought was the problem.
The hallowed ground at Yankee Stadium played host to some celebrity hijinks, courtesy of WFAN’s Boomer & Carton.
With the Blueshirts currently in the NHL Playoffs and Boomer turning 50 on Sunday, Al Dukes reached out to the legend, Brian Leetch, to talk a little Rangers hockey.