In the last 48 hours, the Rangers have completely revamped their team — not only for the playoff push, but moving forward for next season.
Former Ranger John Mitchell agreed to a two-year deal with the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday.
As it has become tradition, the Rangers are in search of offense, perhaps some grit and a puck moving defenseman. However, this group of free agents is thin. Here are the players I think the Rangers should and will pursue.
For the Rangers, it’s time to keep their heads up and get ready to put together the pieces of a disappointing ending to an otherwise excellent season.
For the team and their fans, Tuesday will be a good day — but it won’t last for long. On Wednesday night, the Rangers will be playing a team looking to elude elimination.
Sean Hartnett breaks down the positives and negatives of Chris Kreider’s Rangers debut.
While Rick Nash remains the biggest name on the trade block, the Rangers could also use an infusion of physicality and strength. Enter Ott.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 22 shots in a bit of a surprise start, and Ryan Callahan, John Mitchell and Brad Richards provided the offense in the New York Rangers’ 3-0 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night.
John Tortorella and his Rangers will not be distracted by owner James Dolan’s Stanley Cup prediction. They’re taking it one day at a time but signs are definitely encouraging.
The New York Rangers denied rumors that Sean Avery refused to play for the Connecticut Whale and spat at head coach Ken Gernander.
The New York Rangers’ ability to compensate for injuries is a big reason why they’ve moved into first place in the Atlantic Division ahead of the rival Philadelphia Flyers.
The Rangers failed to get Brad Richards away from the Dallas Stars and settled for acquiring center John Mitchell from the Toronto Maple Leafs for a seventh-round pick in next year’s draft.