2:03 PM EST, Fri November 27, 2015

Live Blog: Nash scores in return, Rangers beat ‘Canes, 3-0 as Hank gets 1st SO of season

Rick Nash returns to the lineup and Dominic Moore will be a healthy scratch for the first time this season as the Rangers host the Hurricanes tonight at Madison Square Garden. And here was coach Alain Vigneault’s explanation of that decision, which also includes keeping Emerson Etem in the lineup after he played well on the two-game road trip to Colorado and Arizona with Nash out with a back issue. Etem and Jesper Fast, two natural wings, will be Stoll’s linemates. “I’m just trying to piece all our lines,” Vigneault said. “Oscar (Lindberg) has seemed to been able to make the ...
Blueshirt Banter Oct 30, 2015

Rangers Don't Have A Wrong Answer When It Comes To Depth

The Rangers have three quality players for two spots. That's not a bad thing. Alain Vigneault confirmed yesterday that Emerson Etem would once again be dressing for the New York Rangers. Viktor Stalberg -- who was injured against the Flyers and sat out against the Flames as a precaution -- has been medically cleared to play but is taking the safe route with his injury since it was to his head. I don't think Stalberg ended up with a concussion but the Rangers still monitored the situation closely and would rather be safe than sorry. That's the right thing to do. I'm not sure if Etem playing...
New York Post Oct 27, 2015

Rangers starting to see the benefit in shipping Carl Hagelin

The Rangers knew what they were giving up when they traded Carl Hagelin to the Ducks this summer, essentially saving $3 million per season in salary-cap space. What they didn’t know was exactly what they were receiving in return in the form of 23-year-old winger Emerson Etem. And coach Alain Vigneault said as much through Etem’s rocky training camp, and through the first part of the regular season when he could hardly crack the lineup. But then came Sunday at the Garden, when Etem replaced the injured Viktor Stalberg and played what Vigneault called his best game as a Ranger — preseason...

Rangers’ Etem takes a positive stride

GREENBURGH – The Rangers’ coaching staff, in training camp and the preseason, noticed some things about new winger Emerson Etem’s attempts to fit in. That finally appears to be happening. “It’s also, as coaches, getting comfortable with him, and he’s also getting comfortable with his teammates and how we play here,” Rangers associate coach Scott [...] The post Rangers’ Etem takes a positive stride appeared first on Rangers Report.

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