In light of the news that Glen Sather has stepped down as general manager of the Rangers — a post he’d held since 2000 — we look back at the five best moves made by the organization during his tenure.
Speculation is increasing that the Rangers could explore the possibility of trading star winger Rick Nash in an attempt to free up much-needed cap space.
Three days after squandering a chance to reach the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight season, the New York Rangers’ disappointment and frustration was still there for all to see.
Top-line trio Rick Nash, Derick Brassard and J.T. Miller have proven critics wrong and are delivering when it matters most.
It’s one game for a trip to the Stanley Cup Final and the chance to play for hockey’s biggest prize.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 38 shots to rebound from two subpar performances and help the New York Rangers shut down the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 on Friday night in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Losing in the second round would be really bad, but how the Blueshirts have gotten themselves into this predicament has been a lot worse.
Rick Nash is an easy target. That will happen when you’ve scored five goals in 45 playoff games with the Rangers. But fans need to begin appreciating his all-around game.
When the puck drops Thursday night for the opener of their seven-game Eastern Conference playoff series, the Rangers will have been on a tear that began when they made the Stanley Cup finals in 2014.
The Islanders can also clinch a spot Thursday night with some help from other teams, including the Rangers. It just doesn’t look like the Blueshirts feel all that inclined to help their long-time rivals out.
The Rangers may have to wait until Saturday to find out who they will play in the first round.
What Rangers fans have seen over the past two games is probably a blip. This team has shown an ability to self-correct all season long.
Taking a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the local sports landscape.
Here they come, thundering down the stretch.
In a season already filled with plenty of good fortune, Rick Nash and the Rangers found a little bit of luck in their last regular-season visit to Nassau Coliseum.