Hartnett: Rangers Really Need Zibanejad To Sign Long-Term DealThe Rangers aren’t going to have any trouble fitting Mika Zibanejad’s new deal under the cap, but it’s going to take a little extra yearly coin to get him to commit to a long-term contract.
Best NYC Pro Athletes To Ever Wear No. 99As far as jerseys numbers go, No. 99 is one that tends to grab our attention.
Rangers, 1st-Rounder Lias Andersson Agree On 3-Year ContractWhile Andersson is obviously young, the situation might be ripe for him to earn a spot with the Rangers.
Hartnett: Ruff's Experience Could Work Wonders For Vigneault, RangersLindy Ruff is officially part of Alain Vigneault’s coaching staff, taking on the assistant role focused on defense and penalty killing vacated by the organizational reassignment of former assistant Jeff Beukeboom.
Rangers Hire Lindy Ruff As Assistant CoachThe New York Rangers have hired longtime NHL head coach Lindy Ruff as an assistant to Alain Vigneault.
Hartnett: Kreider, Hayes, Miller Must Step It Up For Rangers Next SeasonChris Kreider, Kevin Hayes and J.T. Miller are no longer young pups. Their progression will have a considerable influence on how the Rangers perform next season.
Hartnett: Rangers Will Need 'The Goalie Whisperer' To Do His Thing AgainRangers goaltending coach Benoit Allaire has a knack for summoning the best out of players.
Rangers Defenseman Klein Announces Retirement From NHLKevin Klein did a lot for the Rangers in a relatively short time.
Hartnett: Prove-It Season With Rangers May Be What Desharnais NeedsThe Rangers made a low-risk, potentially high-reward move on Wednesday.
Rangers, Jesper Fast Agree To 3-Year ContractThe Rangers and restricted free agent forward Jesper Fast have agreed to terms on a three-year contract worth $1.85 million annually, the team announced Wednesday.
Rangers Address Depth Center, Reach Deal With Ex-Hab DesharnaisThe Rangers seem content to have Mika Zibanejad and Kevin Hayes as their top two centers. They appear to have remedied one of their bottom-six pivot needs.
Hartnett: Shattenkirk Signing Lifts Rangers To Next Level In Cup QuestThe 28-year-old, right-handed defenseman possesses the offense-driving abilities that can separate the Blueshirts from the pack of contenders looking to dethrone the back-to-back Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.

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