New York Rangers

Malone Is Making The Most Of The Opportunity

Sep 22nd, 2014 | By | Category: Joe McDonald, New York Rangers, Top Story

It’s pretty easy to assume that today’s affair at Madison Square Garden was more relaxed for the New York Rangers compared to the last time they graced the ice at 33rd Street. However, even though this was preseason game No. 1, the intensity and choppiness was obviously there. The final score – which saw the […]

Boyle Still Has Something Left In The Tank

Sep 20th, 2014 | By | Category: New York Rangers, Top Story

Dan Boyle was the defenseman the Rangers always wanted. Too bad it comes 10 years too late. The 38 year-old suited up for the first time as a Blueshirt today, lining up with Marc Staal and looking to have one last great season at age 38. “I want to be clear that I’m not here […]

Vigneault Opens Camp Looking For Another Ranger Run

Sep 18th, 2014 | By | Category: New York Rangers, Top Story

Seems like just yesterday the New York Rangers were on the ice for the Stanley Cup Final, but three months move so quickly and today coach Alain Vigneault starts another season, which hopefully ends with hockey in June again. However, this Ranger team is very different that the one that left the ice in defeat […]

Rangers Helping Rangers Auction Assists Ailing Stanley Cup Champion Executive Matt Loughran

Jun 21st, 2014 | By | Category: Lead Story, New York Rangers, Today's News, Top Story

Though he never laced up the skates, scored a goal or made a kick-save, former executive Matt Loughran was an integral member of the 1994 Rangers Stanley Cup Championship team. Just ask ANY Rangers player who hoisted the Cup. Loughran was recently dealt a bad hand, and the seriously-ill former Rangers Team Operations Manager is […]

The Ranger Future Still Looks Bright

Jun 14th, 2014 | By | Category: Joe McDonald, New York Rangers, Top Story

Say what you want about the Rangers, they went out fighting to the end. It’s no consolation, of course, since they were so close, you could almost taste it. A couple of correct calls here and a few bounces – going the other way – there, and it would be the Rangers skating around with […]

California Dreamin': Rangers Send Cup Final Back to L.A. for Game 5

Jun 12th, 2014 | By | Category: New York Rangers, Top Story

The Stanley Cup was in the house at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night, but Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers refused to let the Los Angeles Kings celebrate on the Rangers’ ice. A little bit of puck luck didn’t hurt the home team, either. Instead of a Los Angeles sweep, the Rangers finally […]

The Kings Put The Garden In Stunned Disbelief

Jun 10th, 2014 | By | Category: Joe McDonald, New York Rangers, Top Story

At the end of the first period, 18,000 people were standing in stunned disbelief. Jeff Carter’s goal at the buzzer was the dagger through the Rangers heart that all but ended any hope the Blueshirts have for winning the Stanley Cup. Sure, it was just one goal, but it was what it was represented. “I […]

Ranger Reality: No Room for Error As L.A. Closes In On Cup Sweep

Jun 10th, 2014 | By | Category: New York Rangers, Top Story

Most teams would have been happy to go the locker room, on the road, in a scoreless tie and simply regroup for the second period. But not the Los Angeles Kings, who never stop coming. Instead, just seconds after killing off the first penalty of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Kings found […]

Extra Painful: Rangers Lose in OT Again, Trail Cup Final, 2-0

Jun 8th, 2014 | By | Category: New York Rangers, Top Story

After a pair of similar starts yielded the same heartbreaking results in Los Angeles, the New York Rangers will happy to return home. Two games into the Stanley Cup Final, and it’s been two-goal leads for New York in each game, yet two straight contests that ended with the Los Angeles Kings rallying for the […]

Comeback Kings: L.A. Rallies Past Rangers in Cup Final Opener

Jun 5th, 2014 | By | Category: New York Rangers, Top Story

Right winger Justin Williams put the Los Angeles Kings into the Stanley Cup Final by applying pressure and setting up his teammate for an overtime game-winner on Sunday night. Three nights later, Williams was the the beneficiary of a similar push and tooke care of the game-winning goal himself, as the Cup Final began. After […]