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Blueshirt Banter Sep 18, 2017
Miller’s Move to Center Solves One Problem, Creates Another for Rangers

Miller’s Move to Center Solves One Problem, Creates Another for Rangers

Somewhat surprisingly, Rangers Head Coach Alain Vigneault announced on the first day of training camp that J.T. Miller would start the season at center. In doing so, he concluded one of the preseason’s biggest storylines before anyone even took part in a so much as a skating drill. Given the state of affairs at center, it perhaps is the right move. Nonetheless, Miller’s move to center means a spot needs to be filled on the wing. That could prove problematic. Rick Nash, Chris Kreider, Mats Zuccarello, Pavel Buchnevich, Michael Grabner, and Jimmy Vesey should fill up the top-three lines...
Blueshirt Banter Sep 17, 2017
Roster for Rangers preseason opener

Roster for Rangers preseason opener

Earlier today the Rangers announced the roster for tomorrow night’s preseason opener against the rival New York Islanders. At 7:00 p.m. tomorrow we’ll get to see a number of new faces including the Rangers seventh overall pick in the 2017 Draft, Tony Deangelo, the team’s new back-up goaltender and several players who are going to be staples in Hartford. Forwards J.T. Miller, Bobby Farnham, Cristoval “Boo” Nieves, Andrew Desjardins, Paul Carey, Cole Schneider, Michael Grabner, Lias Andersson, Justin Fontaine, Rick Nash, Pavel Buchnevich, Vinni Lettieri Defensemen Ryan McDonagh,...
Blueshirt Banter Sep 9, 2017
30 Days of Lundqvist: A King is Crowned in Italy

30 Days of Lundqvist: A King is Crowned in Italy

The 2006 Winter Olympic hockey tournament was...weird. It was such a weird time for hockey as a whole since the NHL was just coming back from a season killing lockout and popularity had cratered in North America. Canada and the United States finished in 7th and 8th place respectively. The Canadian roster seemed pretty stacked; players like Martin St. Louis, Rick Nash, and Joe Thornton suited up for our northern neighbors over in Italy, but for some reason it never really... clicked for them. The Americans on the other hand loaded their squad with a bunch of players that were at the...
New York Post Sep 9, 2017
Rick Nash sees these young stars as Rangers’ new leaders

Rick Nash sees these young stars as Rangers’ new leaders

This is a big transition year for the Rangers, and few know that more acutely than Rick Nash. The Blueshirts’ alternate captain is going into the final year of a contract that has carried an annual $7.8 million salary-cap hit not always commensurate with his production. Yet with veteran leaders Derek Stepan and Dan Girardi...
New York Daily News Sep 8, 2017
Rick Nash feeling pressure of impending 2018 free agency

Rick Nash feeling pressure of impending 2018 free agency

Nash has never been an unrestricted free agent.
Newsday Sep 8, 2017

Rick Nash looks forward to 'important year' with Rangers

Veteran forward Rick Nash conceded Friday that the 2017-18 NHL season -- his sixth and possibly final one with the Blueshirts -- "is an important year for me personally and for the Rangers, too."

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Rangers Player News

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    Antti Raanta

    Rangers’ new backup goalie knows he has a lot to live up to

  • Dan Girardi

    J.T. Miller’s position switch creates a different problem

  • Marc Staal

    Bantering Points: 9/17/17

  • J.T. Miller

    Miller’s Move to Center Solves One Problem, Creates Another for Rangers

  • Chris Kreider

    Miller’s Move to Center Solves One Problem, Creates Another for Rangers

  • Rick Nash

    Miller’s Move to Center Solves One Problem, Creates Another for Rangers

  • Kevin Hayes

    Rangers need these childhood pals to step up game to next level

  • Henrik Lundqvist

    30 Days of Lundqvist: Duel Shutouts

  • Derek Stepan

    J.T. Miller’s position switch creates a different problem

  • Brady Skjei

    Bantering Points: 9/18/17