NHL free agency frenzy kicked off Tuesday, and there was enough money thrown around to end world hunger. But sometimes, general managers and owners act irresponsibly with their wallets.
This city offers Henrik Lundqvist everything he desires. He isn’t going to turn his back and throw it all away.
Brad Richards is without a role and will soon be bought out by the Rangers because of a shrinking salary cap and long offseason checklist for GM Glen Sather.
Finally, the Rangers have two superstars worthy of their salaries: Marian Gaborik and Brad Richards.
After a heartbreaking end to last season and lessons already learned on the road, the new-look Rangers are ready for their home opener at the renovated MSG.
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.
At 26, Ryan Callahan has been given the honor of captaining the New York Rangers. He’s at the right time in his career to lead the Blueshirts.
Chris Drury couldn’t make it with the Rangers in 2011-12. Now he’s retiring from the NHL just two months after the former New York captain had the final year of his contract bought out by the team.
The Rangers avoided arbitration with Brandon Dubinsky on Thursday, inking the star winger to a four-year, $16.8 million contract.
The Rangers have acquired free agent center Brad Richards, who gives them the playmaking center they have been searching for.
The Rangers are about to lose some oft-injured star power. New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has bought out the contract of forward Chris Drury.
The Rangers reportedly want to buy out captain Chris Drury’s contract, but according to the New York Post, they won’t be able to. Why? Because of a degenerative knee condition that will “render him medically unable to play next season.”
Rangers fans may soon be waving goodbye to their captain. “(Chris Drury’s) gone,” a source told the New York Daily News.
One of the bigger questions surrounding the Rangers is whether 34-year-old captain Chris Drury will return next season. “This is something, honestly, that we have to look at as far as where does he fit now,” coach John Tortorella said on Monday.
We are a few days removed from the Capitals eliminating the Rangers from the Stanley Cup playoffs. Now the Rangers need to figure out what didn’t work, why it didn’t and what they need to do this offseason to get better.