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.
Hartnett: Rangers Must Think Carefully About Chris Kreider's WorthCurrently a restricted free agent, Kreider filed for salary arbitration July 5. Salary arbitration hearings will be held in Toronto from July 20 to Aug. 4. There's plenty of time for Kreider and the Rangers to avoid arbitration.
Hartnett: Rangers Aren't Perfect, But They Possess A Ton Of CharacterThe Rangers have put themselves behind the eight-ball lately because of some dreadful first periods. This worrying trend continued against a shorthanded version of the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday.
Rangers Punch Ticket To Playoffs, Top Blue JacketsThe New York Rangers needed three tries before finally getting the win that clinched a postseason berth.
Kreider's Late Goal Lifts Rangers To 2-1 Win Over BluesChris Kreider's goal in the third period broke a 1-1 tie and gave the New York Rangers and goalie Henrik Lundqvist a 2-1 victory Thursday night over the St. Louis Blues.
Hartnett: If They're Patient, Rangers Will See Kreider's Full PotentialThe Rangers need to take a deep breath and think, because trading Chris Kreider would be a huge mistake.
Hartnett: Rangers' Kreider Needs To Take The Next StepWatching Chris Kreider is like waiting for a dormant volcano to awaken. You're not sure when he's going to erupt, but at some point you're going to see something spectacular and totally unpredictable.
Hartnett: Rangers' Kreider Is Struggling, But Expect Him To ReboundAt 24, Chris Kreider should be entering the phase of his career where he makes the jump from promising young forward to lead dog. It hasn't happened, yet.
Kreider And Nash Finally Find The Net, Rangers Skate To 4-1 Win Over CoyotesLeft wingers Chris Kreider and Rick Nash ended their season-long scoring droughts and defenseman Keith Yandle scored in his first game against his former team.
SEASON PREVIEW: Rangers Bring Back The Core With Another Stanley Cup Run In MindWhile the Rangers have been close the past two seasons, time may be running out on their quest to win their first Stanley Cup since 1994.
Hartnett: Kreider 'Sick And Tired' Of Rangers Coming Up Short Of Stanley CupFor Chris Kreider and the Rangers, the sting of falling just short of winning the Stanley Cup is a deep wound.