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Blueshirt Banter 14 hours ago
Rangers Recall Nicklas Jensen from Hartford Wolfpack
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Rangers Recall Nicklas Jensen from Hartford Wolfpack

The most valuable piece remaining from the Carl Hagelin debacle will get a chance to show the Rangers what he's capable of. After Rick Nash, Jimmy Vesey, and Matt Puempel were all injured during last night's game against the Islanders, the Rangers had less than 12 healthy forwards on the roster for Thursday night's game in Winnipeg. To remedy that situation, they've summoned Nicklas Jensen up to the big leagues: OFFICIAL: #NYR have recalled forward Nicklas Jensen from @WolfPackAHL. — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) December 7, 2016 The Danish forward was acquired from the Vancouver...
Newsday 11 hours ago

Islanders can count the ways they have improved after bad start

Fourteen Islanders were out there on the ice for an optional practice Wednesday, feeling good about themselves after a win over the rival Rangers the night before and a 4-0-1 run over the last five games. After slipping so often over the first 20 games, the Isles have finally been skating in the right direction.
21 hours ago
Video: New York Islanders top New York Rangers, 4-2 in Brooklyn

Watch: New York Islanders top New York Rangers, 4-2 in Brooklyn

New York Islanders head coach Jack Capuano discusses the team's 4-2 win over the New York Rangers at Barclays Center on Tuesday, as the Isles won for the 4th time in their last 5 games.

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Larry Brooks / New York Post 8 hours ago
Injury woes mean opportunity for Rangers’ overlooked center

Injury woes mean opportunity for Rangers’ overlooked center

Mika Zibanejad and Pavel Buchnevich already were down for a long count. Now, Rick Nash (groin, expected to miss approximately one week) and Matt Puempel (concussion) have joined them on the sideline. And Jimmy Vesey, who did not skate at Wednesday’s practice while nursing an undisclosed upper-body injury (which The Post has learned is unrelated...
Newsday 12 hours ago

Rangers' depth to be tested by injury epidemic

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The forward depth that propelled the Rangers to a 13-4 start has dissolved in December.
New York Post Dec 7, 2016
Rangers lose Rick Nash and another forward to injury

Rangers lose Rick Nash and another forward to injury

There was no specific timetable given by Rangers’ coach Alain Vigneault, but it was clear that his already ailing team just got even more shorthanded. The Blueshirts lost forwards Rick Nash and Matt Puempel to injuries during their 4-2 defeat to the Islanders on Tuesday night at Barclays Center, and Vigneault had little idea about...
Newsday Dec 6, 2016

Rangers vs. Islanders

The Islanders host the Rangers in their second meeting of the 2016-17 season Tuesday at Barclays Center.
Islanders could be matchup Rangers need to get mojo back

Islanders could be matchup Rangers need to get mojo back

Maybe this matchup against the Islanders at Barclays Center on Tuesday night is just what the Rangers need to bring out the best in their game after a few weeks of inconsistency. Maybe this will get them on track. It better, because the Battle of New York sure brings out the best from the Islanders,...
Newsday Dec 5, 2016

Rangers recall Marek Hrivik from Hartford

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Not overly enthused by parts of the fourth line -- and with leading goal-scorer Michael Grabner away for his grandmother's funeral -- the Rangers recalled Marek Hrivik from Hartford to play against the Islanders Tuesday in Brooklyn.
New York Post Dec 5, 2016
Rangers need lines to step up in wake of injuries to stars

Rangers need lines to step up in wake of injuries to stars

It has become clear over the past two weeks the Rangers are not the same four-line offensive juggernaut since Mika Zibanejad and Pavel Buchnevich left their top-six with injuries. The broken fibula Zibanejad suffered Nov. 20 is going to keep him out another month or so, while Buchnevich’s back ailment that became too dire after...
Why Rangers turned 2 terrible periods into an electric 3rd

Why Rangers turned 2 terrible periods into an electric 3rd

After 20 minutes, the Rangers had been outshot 15-3 overall and out-attempted 25-9 at five-on-five. Through 28:34, the shots were 23-4 for Carolina in what was a 1-1 match at the Garden. Do you need to know that in the six immediately preceding games, the Blueshirts had compiled just 40.9 percent of full-strength shots (257...
Newsday Dec 3, 2016

Rangers rally to win, but Alain Vigneault issues warning

The Rangers are 8-0-1 after a loss, but Rangers coach Alain Vigneault continued to wave the warning flag after recovering from an awful first 40 minutes to score three times in the third period for a 4-2 victory.
Newsday Dec 3, 2016

Rangers vs. Hurricanes

The Rangers defeated the Carolina Hurricanes, 4-2, on Saturday at Madison Square Garden.
Newsday Dec 3, 2016

Chris Kreider's two third-period goals lift Rangers

On Friday, the Boston College Eagles watched the Rangers practice. For 40 minutes on Saturday afternoon, the Rangers played like a college team.
New York Post Dec 3, 2016
Rangers’ Kevin Klein on benching: Message received

Rangers’ Kevin Klein on benching: Message received

It seems Kevin Klein needed just one game to sit and watch in order to get the message. The Rangers’ stout defenseman was set to return to the lineup for Saturday’s Garden matinee against the Hurricanes after he was a healthy scratch for the 4-3 loss to the Sabres in Buffalo on Thursday. “I feel...
Newsday Dec 2, 2016

Rangers coach Alain Vigneault likes Islanders' grit

Here's a twist: A Rangers coach saying the Blueshirts can learn a thing or two from the rival Islanders.

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    Pavel Buchnevich

    Injury woes mean opportunity for Rangers’ overlooked center

  • 1 Mika Zibanejad

    Mika Zibanejad

    Injury woes mean opportunity for Rangers’ overlooked center

  • 1 Matt Puempel

    Matt Puempel

    Injury woes mean opportunity for Rangers’ overlooked center

  • 1 Rick Nash

    Rick Nash

    Injury woes mean opportunity for Rangers’ overlooked center

  • 1 Oscar Lindberg

    Oscar Lindberg

    Rangers mostly dodge a bullet: Nash only expected to miss a week

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