Henrik Lundqvist made a season-high 41 saves — including a career-best 23 in the first period — to carry the Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Dallas Stars on Thursday night.
Here’s the remarkable thing about Jagr: he’s been able to adapt over the years to remain a useful top-six forward at the age of 41.
Things have escalated quickly. Now, it seems it’s just a matter of Alain Vigneault and the New York Rangers sorting out the details.
The list of candidates to become next Rangers coach has grown to Alain Vigneault, Mark Messier, Lindy Ruff, Wayne Gretzky and Dallas Eakins.
Brad Richards has become a helpless passenger on the Rangers’ road to ruin, and he only has himself to blame for his undesirable situation.
With Ilya Kovalchuk on the mend and stars slumping, it’s imperative Devils GM Lou Lamoriello acquires a veteran scorer before the April 3 trade deadline.
Ryan Callahan defended John Tortorella after Sean Avery took to Twitter to rip the Rangers head coach.
Brad Richards found himself in John Tortorella’s doghouse on Thursday. He must respond by finding his game immediately.
Who’s primed to lift the Stanley Cup at season’s end? Hartnett has readied his fearless NHL predictions for the 2013 season.
Some of the NHL’s biggest stars are rushing to Europe with no end to the lockout in sight.
Top NHL stars are making plans in the event of a lockout. A cancellation of the 2012-13 NHL season would ruin many great storylines.
Lou Lamoriello, New Jersey’s longtime general manager, as well as former players Mike Modano and Eddie Olczyk, were recently selected into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Zach Parise is expected to announce his next team on Monday. Sean Hartnett breaks down the cases for each team in the ‘Parise sweepstakes.’
Following the Rangers’ highly successful — yet highly disappointing — 2011-12 campaign, the Blueshirts will have their work cut out for them at the start of the 2012-2013 season. It won’t be easy by any stretch of the imagination.
Before Game 5, Jagr called over to the legendary Devils goalie, “Hey, Marty, how does it feel to be 40?” It must feel pretty good — Brodeur is moving on.