Brad Richards is without a role and will soon be bought out by the Rangers because of a shrinking salary cap and long offseason checklist for GM Glen Sather.
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.
The NHL’s return will bring fierce competition for playoff spots, faces in new places and two legends going for one last glory.
The Rangers are not in need of a dramatic shake-up. But when free agency comes around, you never know how things will unfold.
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.
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.
The New York Rangers turned a likely crippling defeat into their most stirring victory of the season by rallying to beat the defensive-minded Boston Bruins 5-3 on Monday night.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 26 shots for his league-leading 11th shutout, and Derek Stepan deflected Michael Sauer’s shot into the net for the game’s only goal to lead the New York Rangers to a 1-0 victory over the Boston.
The Rangers don’t have the most talented team in the league, but their work ethic has them in good position heading into the All-Star Break.
Michael Sauer scored his first NHL goal on a power play with 5:19 left to break a tie, and the New York Rangers went on to beat the Ottawa Senators 5-3 on Thursday night.