Not every athlete who is given the privilege of playing in New York manages to soak it all in. That wasn’t the case of recently retired goaltender Marty Biron, who embraced every moment he had in the spotlight.
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.
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.
Backup goaltender Martin Biron signed a new deal to remain with the Rangers for another two years on Friday.
The physical price paid by the Rangers to win Game 3 was there for all to see: Dan Girardi and Brian Boyle’s jerseys were covered in blood stains.
With their win over the Flyers last night, the Rangers have clinched the first seed in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 1993-1994, and these are the five reasons why the Rangers achieved that goal.
Henrik Lundqvist vs. Jonathan Quick. The Vezina Trophy race has been described as a dead-heat. Well, is it?
An ignited top line could be the final ingredient needed for the Rangers to make a deep playoff run.
No excuses. The Rangers must figure out a way to measure up to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Marty Biron was in net Thursday night for the Rangers. No, it wasn’t Henrik Lundqvist — but Biron sure played like “The King.”
Last week we talked about how tough these four games were going to be against the Flyers, Capitals, Bruins and Blackhawks.
It’s been a long time since we’ve had good reason to complain about the Rangers. So what needs to change?
Martin Biron blanked the Maple Leafs, as the Rangers won 3-0. The Blueshirts are the first NHL team to reach 60 points this season.
The Rangers faced two difficult Western Conference opponents in the San Jose Sharks and Anaheim Ducks, coming away with the full 4 points. Ryan Callahan, Ryan McDonagh and Martin Biron spoke about their recent play.
After a heartbreaking end to last season and lessons already learned on the road, the new-look Rangers are ready for their home opener at the renovated MSG.