The 26-year-old defenseman will be sidelined indefinitely, but was already showing improvement on Wednesday, the Rangers said in a statement.
New York claimed the 38-year-old Hamrlik off waivers from the Washington Capitals on Wednesday, one day after Marc Staal was struck in the eye by a deflected puck in the third period of the Rangers’ 4-2 win over Philadelphia.
Madison Square Garden was rocking Tuesday night — and then a frightening scene unfolded on the ice.
“No need for it,” Richards said of the hit after New York’s 3-2 shootout win. “That’s not a hit that was ever in the game, I don’t think. That’s a little different than (a) headshot. That’s just stupidity.”
Ryan Callahan can look in the mirror and know that he gives everything for the entire 60 minutes. The same can’t be said about the majority of his teammates.
From the drop of the puck to the final buzzer, Carl Hagelin’s legs are constantly churning.
The Rangers must prove an identity exists without injured captain Ryan Callahan available.
Marc Staal scored the tying goal early in the third period, then Marian Gaborik scored the game-winner late to rally the Rangers to a 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs.
The Rangers are finally beginning to resemble a dominant team once again, much to the relief of their fans who were scratching their heads over their 0-2 start..
The Rangers already find themselves in a hole. They must fix it now or pay the price.
The lockout was a disaster. Everyone knows it, and we blogged and tweeted about it. But now we move forward and start talking about actual hockey. I don’t know about you, but I am fired up. Now it’s time to look at the Rangers and how they stack up this season.
If going from being a Columbus Blue Jacket to a Broadway Blueshirt carries a whole lot of pressure, Rick Nash isn’t feeling it on his broad shoulders.
Much is being made of the 48-game season that each NHL team will play, and that it will be a sprint to the playoffs instead of the usual marathon. However, that’s not really the case.
“I think we have the team to do it,” goaltender Henrik Lundqvist said. “…We look at the guys in the room, (and) they’re great hockey players. But it’s about executing and (seeing) if we can do it.”
Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist received the wakeup call he waited to hear for 113 days. Locked out for months, the NHL was indeed ready to drop the puck.