Young gun Chris Kreider might want to write the Rangers’ opener in pencil.
For all you hockey fans, I know that you will be back, as will I. But for the rest of the country, the NHL’s existence is just a nasty rumor at this point. It’s a joke on both ends. I hate the NHL.
You have to give Rangers general manager Glen Sather all the credit in the world. He waited… and waited… and waited…
The Rangers are clearly one of the elite teams in the league. This trade makes them a legitimate favorite to win the Eastern Conference championship and get to the Stanley Cup finals.
Glen Sather waited patiently and struck a masterstroke in landing 30-goal scorer Rick Nash without having part with his best assets.
Reports indicate that the Rangers have finally pulled off a long awaited trade for the Blue Jackets Rick Nash.
Rangers’ GM Glen Sather has the pieces required to land either Rick Nash or Bobby Ryan but must resist the urge to overpay to acquire either star forward.
Last week Monzo talked about New York’s needs, and what could happen through free agency. This week, he looks at two trade possibilities.
Sather is still having a tough time dealing with his top-seeded club’s elimination in the Eastern Conference finals.
The Los Angeles Kings have plenty of respect for the New Jersey Devils, as the two Stanley Cup Finalists share many qualities.
The Rangers are not in need of a dramatic shake-up. But when free agency comes around, you never know how things will unfold.
For the third straight series, the Eastern Conference’s top-seeded team is all even through four games, and each time New York has headed into Game 5 off the disappointment of a loss that would have given the Rangers a commanding 3-1 edge.
The young Rangers have proven that poise and composure is equally important as ten years of playoff experience.
David Clarkson’s deflected goal 2:31 into the third period snapped a tie and lifted the New Jersey Devils to a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers that evened the Eastern Conference finals at one game apiece on Wednesday night.
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.