If confidence can be conveyed in words, then the Rangers seem loaded with it as their season hangs in the balance.
When the Rangers take the ice Friday night in Newark, they will find themselves in the same position that the 1994 Stanley Cup champions were when they faced the Devils in the Eastern Conference Finals.
The ‘Hudson River Rivalry’ resumes on Monday as the Rangers and Devils will begin Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Only the strong survive in the NHL playoffs. Boyle has become the villain in the eyes of Senators fans while lifting himself to iconic status among Rangers backers.
Ryan Callahan’s value to the Rangers can only be compared to one player in sports and that’s Derek Jeter of the Yankees.
‘The Great One,’ Wayne Gretzky turns 51 today. During a dark time in Rangers’ history, Gretzky illuminated Madison Square Garden.
Mark Messier, Brian Leetch, Adam Graves and Stephane Matteau were among the former Rangers who returned for this reunion, also having won the franchise’s last Stanley Cup in 1994.
After hearing Craig make fun of Boomer about his love of the sport of hockey and then hearing Craig take a direct shot at his wardrobe, Mark Messier finally had enough.
A little vertigo after the New York City Marathon didn’t stop the Rangers ‘Captain’ from showing-up at MSG for last night’s Rangers-Jets game dressed to the nines, which caught Craig’s attention.
So he followed in the footsteps of 1994 Stanley Cup champion teammates Mike Richter and Adam Graves by completing the New York City Marathon.
Mark Messier isn’t the only skater running in this year’s New York City Marathon.
Instead of lacing skates, a Rangers great will be lacing up his sneakers on Sunday.
Rangers fans voiced their disgust during Thursday’s home opener but John Tortorella has a solid plan. While it may be a work in progress, Sean Avery is not the answer.
The Rangers’ victory over the Canucks was their first in the city of Vancouver since October 1997. Their inspired third period play against the defending Western Conference champions is a huge step in the right direction.
Mark Messier remembers what it’s like playing a familiar team in the playoffs, though the former Rangers great says don’t get too optimistic, anything can happen when the NHL’s best find themselves chasing the Stanley Cup.