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Rangers giving former Devils agitator a tryout

Rangers giving former Devils agitator a tryout

The Rangers’ wait continues on Alex Kerfoot’s small “d” decision, with the free-agent center from Harvard “still processing” his options as of late Tuesday, according to one individual familiar with the situation. But as the Rangers — and Canucks, plus perhaps another finalist in the bidding for the 23-year-old — awaited word, the Blueshirts did...
Rangers a finalist for Harvard stud, who would be perfect fit

Rangers a finalist for Harvard stud, who would be perfect fit

The Rangers are among the final two or three teams under consideration by Harvard free agent Alex Kerfoot, The Post has learned. J.P. Barry, the 23-year-old center’s agent who confirmed the parties’ mutual interest, told The Post that Kerfoot likely would reach a decision by Tuesday following a weekend of reflection. Kerfoot, a Hobey Baker...
The Hockey Writers Aug 21, 2017

Sizing up the Rangers’ Fringe Prospects

With the departures of several key veterans this summer, the New York Rangers look set to enter training camp with a few holes in their line-up. Dan Girardi, Kevin Klein and Adam Clendening will not return to a defense corps that finished last season tied for 12th in the league in total goals against (216), […]
The Hockey Writers Aug 13, 2017

Do You Know Your Rangers Trivia?

As one of the oldest teams in North American sports history, the New York Rangers have a rich past. They are one of the NHL’s exclusive Original Six teams. What follows are some of the pivotal moments, players and franchise memories. How Well Do You Know the Rangers’ History? Which player won his fifth Stanley […]
New York Post Aug 8, 2017
NHL analyst and Rangers champ Eddie Olczyk has cancer

NHL analyst and Rangers champ Eddie Olczyk has cancer

Eddie Olczyk, who won the Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1994, has been diagnosed with colon cancer, the Blackhawks announced Tuesday. Olczyk, currently the lead television analyst for the Blackhawks and NBC, had 18 goals and 40 points in 103 games for the Rangers from 1992-95. “I have been diagnosed with a form of colon...
The Hockey Writers Aug 5, 2017

Have the New York Rangers Improved?

With the bulk of the NHL offseason transaction activity behind us, the start of the 2017-18 NHL season is just two short months away. For the New York Rangers — who suffered a disappointing six-game defeat at the hands of the Ottawa Senators in the Atlantic Division finals in 2016-17 — things had to change […]
The Hockey Writers Aug 1, 2017

Rangers, Nash Should Extend Broadway Marriage

For Rick Nash, trade rumors have become commonplace throughout his 14-year career. They persisted during his latter few years with the Columbus Blue Jackets before he was exported to the New York Rangers in a blockbuster deal. With the Blueshirts in a cap cluster over the past few seasons (with the exception being this summer), Nash’s […]
Newsday Jul 31, 2017

14 Rangers games to air on NBC, NBCSN this season

The Rangers will be featured on three of the nine regular-season games to be shown on NBC next season, including the Jan. 1 Winter Classic against the Sabres at Citi Field, according to the national television schedule released Monday.
The Hockey Writers Jul 27, 2017

Rumor Rundown: Rangers Looking to Deal Holden

New York Rangers defenseman Nick Holden could be on the move soon. According to a TSN report via Larry Brooks of the New York Post, the Blueshirts are expected to attempt to trade the 30-year-old defenseman. Rangers’ Motives to Trade Holden Regressing Offense and Subpar Defense Holden is coming off a season that saw him put […]
Why dumping Marc Staal is Rangers’ only route to Maple Leafs center

Why dumping Marc Staal is Rangers’ only route to Maple Leafs center

If the Rangers were engaged in serious talks with the Maple Leafs regarding Tyler Bozak, the only way the Blueshirts could pull off a deal for the veteran center with the $4.2 million cap hit would be to buy out Marc Staal by Thursday’s deadline. There is zero indication that either is happening. Let’s review...
CSN Philly Jul 25, 2017

NHL Notes: Rangers ink Mika Zibanejad to 5-year extension

NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers have signed center Mika Zibanejad to a $26.75 million, five-year deal.Zibanejad will count $5.35 million against the salary cap
Mika Zibanejad’s $26.75M payday comes with massive ask

Mika Zibanejad’s $26.75M payday comes with massive ask

Mika Zibanejad’s five-year, $26.75 million deal agreed upon Tuesday, which will cost the Rangers an annual cap charge of $5.35 million, represents the fair-market going rate for a developing 24-year-old center. Now it is on Zibanejad — who avoided arbitration by reaching a contract agreement with general manager Jeff Gorton in Toronto on Tuesday morning...
Rangers, free agent Mika Zibanejad agree on 5-year, $26.75M deal

Rangers, free agent Mika Zibanejad agree on 5-year, $26.75M deal

The Rangers and restricted free agent forward Mika Zibanejad agreed on a five-year contract Tuesday with an average annual value of $5.35M.
The Globe and Mail Jul 25, 2017

New York Rangers sign Zibanejad to 5-year, $26.75-million deal

Zibanejad has 188 points in 337 NHL games with the Senators and Rangers since Ottawa drafted him sixth overall in 2011
FOX Sports Jul 25, 2017

NY Rangers sign Zibanejad to $26.75 million, 5-year deal

NEW YORK (AP) The New York Rangers have signed center Mika Zibanejad to a $26.75 million, five-year deal.

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