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New York Post Jul 23, 2017
Breaking down the number crunch on Rangers’ defense

Breaking down the number crunch on Rangers’ defense

History tells us that a team can never have too many NHL-caliber defensemen … unless, that is, having too many creates an unsustainable roster crunch. That is the enviable/unenviable scenario confronting the Rangers, who have approximately 10 weeks to sort things out before the season opens. The top four should be set with Ryan McDonagh...
Blueshirt Banter Jul 14, 2017
2017 Rangers Report Cards: Ryan McDonagh

2017 Rangers Report Cards: Ryan McDonagh

Ryan McDonagh is the dream. A top prospect who turned out to be anything and everything he was projected to be. A guy the New York Rangers got in perhaps the greatest trade of Gen Sather’s career. (That link is a beautiful time machine from Jim’s breaking news story in 2009. The best part? McDonagh is never mentioned in it once. Sometimes it’s easy to forget Chris Higgins was the original centerpiece of that deal. Also, in the comments people linked to a Rick Carp story about how the Rangers were getting Danny Heatley that night. That never happened, but my God the Rangers blogosphere...
Blueshirt Banter Jul 6, 2017
2017 Rangers Report Card: Nick Holden

2017 Rangers Report Card: Nick Holden

The New York Rangers acquired Nick Holden from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for a fourth-round pick at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft – making the 2016-17 season his first in New York. The left-handed defenseman showed his ability to play on both sides, giving him more versatility in the lineup if needed. During the regular season, he was featured on a number of pairs – most often on the right side of the second pair with Marc Staal (677.59 minutes at 5v5). Along with Staal, he saw minutes with Ryan McDonagh (161.75 minutes), Brendan Smith (161.37 minutes), Kevin Klein (144.08), Brady...

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