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New York Post 13 hours ago

Kings defenseman mocks Rangers fan/delivery man

More than a month after the Kings beat the Rangers to capture the Stanley Cup, it appears the loss still doesn’t sit well with at least one New York fan....
New York Post Jul 28, 2014

Derick Brassard re-signs with Rangers for 5 years, $25M

The Rangers once again barely avoided an ugly arbitration hearing when they signed restricted free-agent center Derick Brassard on Sunday to a five-year, $25 million deal. The 26-year-old was set...
Newsday Jul 28, 2014

Derick Brassard signs long-term deal

The Rangers announced a deal with Derick Brassard on Sunday. As noted weeks ago, we expected all three arb-eligible Blueshirts RFAs to sign before hearings.

No arbitration cases left for Rangers; Brassard signs 5-year, $25M deal

With almost all of the Rangers’ summer business completed, we’re going into the summer lull soon. So now’s the time for guest blogs. Anybody want to volunteer? If so, drop me an email at rcarpini@lohud.com. Thanks. Here’s my story from The Journal News and lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello Rangers GM... Read More → The post No arbitration cases left for Rangers; Brassard signs 5-year, $25M deal appeared first on Rangers Report.
New York Daily News Jul 27, 2014
Derick Brassard agrees to five-year, $25 million contract extension with Rangers: source

Derick Brassard agrees to five-year, $25 million contract extension with Rangers: source

These are the Brass tacks: Derick Brassard wanted to remain a Ranger for a long time, and on Sunday afternoon, he got his wish. The 26-year-old French-Canadian center – who originally arrived in New York as part of a three-player package from Columbus in the 2012 deadline trade of Marian Gaborik – agreed with the Blueshirts on Sunday to a five-year, $25 million contract extension that includes a limited no-trade clause, according to a source.

Rangers sign Derick Brassard for five years, $25M … avoid arbitration again

From the NYR: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH DERICK BRASSARD NEW YORK, July 27, 2014 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the team has agreed to terms with restricted free agent forward Derick Brassard. Brassard, 26, registered 18 goals and 27 assists for... Read More → The post Rangers sign Derick Brassard for five years, $25M … avoid arbitration again appeared first on Rangers Report.

Brassard agrees to multi-year deal

The Rangers have now officially avoided arbitration for another summer after center Derick Brassard agreed today to a five-year deal worth $25 million that includes a limited no-trade clause. It solidifies Brassard’s status as one of the organization’s core players and keeps the 26-year-old from becoming an unrestricted free agent next summer, which would have been the danger if the Rangers and Brassard could not work out a long-term extension and instead settled on a one-year deal, either prior to Monday’s scheduled arbitration hearing or through arbitration. The Rangers now have...
New York Daily News Jul 26, 2014
The Score: Sports needs Moore events like this one

The Score: Sports needs Moore events like this one

More professional athletes should follow Dominic Moore’s lead. The Rangers center’s third annual Smashfest charity event in Toronto on Thursday night not only raised $140,000, more than doubling its total to $270,000 since 2012.

Dominic Moore’s Smashfest raises $140,000 for charities

From the NHLPA: SMASHFEST HOSTED BY DOMINIC MOORE RAISES $140,000 FOR RESEARCH INTO CONCUSSIONS AND RARE CANCERS …Third annual charity Ping-Pong event included 23 current and former NHL players TORONTO (July 25, 2014) – Dominic Moore, New York Rangers forward, is pleased to announce that last night’s Smashfest charity ping-pong... Read More → The post Dominic Moore’s Smashfest raises $140,000 for charities appeared first on Rangers Report.

Restricted free agent Derick Brassard 'trying to get stronger and faster' ahead of Rangers season

Derick Brassard took two weeks off after the Rangers' heartbreaking elimination in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. Then the playmaking center got back to work, training and eyeing next season's grand prize.

Kreider signed, Sather still has work to do

Here’s my story from The Journal News and Lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello The Rangers once again avoided arbitration with one of their restricted free agents Wednesday when they got in under the wire with a two-year agreement with winger Chris Kreider. Kreider signed a two-year deal worth $4.95 million —... Read More → The post Kreider signed, Sather still has work to do appeared first on Rangers Report.
New York Daily News Jul 23, 2014
After new deal, Rangers center Dominic Moore is charitable

After new deal, Rangers center Dominic Moore is charitable

Dominic Moore’s offseason began with unanticipated uncertainty. The veteran center hit unrestricted free agency despite becoming an indispensable part of the Rangers’ Eastern Conference championship team, with the club suddenly cash-strapped against the salarycap ceiling.
New York Daily News Jul 23, 2014
Rangers and Chris Kreider agree to a two-year, $4.95M deal

Rangers and Chris Kreider agree to a two-year, $4.95M deal

On second thought, let’s make a deal. That’s what the Rangers and Chris Kreider’s agent decided shortly before a scheduled arbitration hearing in Toronto on Wednesday, agreeing to a two-year, $4.95 million deal for the restricted free agent forward.

Rangers & Chris Kreider avoid arbitration; agree on two-year contract

Kreider’s deal is two years at an annual cap hit of $2.475 million. From the NYR: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH CHRIS KREIDER NEW YORK, July 23, 2014 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the team has agreed to terms with restricted free... Read More → The post Rangers & Chris Kreider avoid arbitration; agree on two-year contract appeared first on Rangers Report.

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