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New York Rangers Rumors & News
Flyers general manager Ron Hextall believes Michael Del Zotto’s fall from an exciting young talent to a frustratingly inconsistent defenseman was a simple case of too much, too soon. Del...
Rangers Report | Journal News 8 hours ago
Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV). Odds to win the 2015 Stanley Cup: Odds on 7/9/14 … Current Odds Chicago Blackhawks 7/1 13/2 Los Angeles Kings 9/1 9/1 Boston Bruins 10/1 10/1 Anaheim Ducks 12/1 12/1 Pittsburgh Penguins 12/1 12/1 St. Louis Blues 12/1 12/1 San Jose Sharks 14/1 ... Read More → The post Still more than a month away from opening night, the Rangers are 16-1 to win the Stanley Cup appeared first on Rangers Report.
New York Post Sep 1, 2014
Former NHL all-star defenceman Carol Vadnais dies at age 68 http://t.co/WjX9FYnE9C #CBCSports pic.twitter.com/E1T2KQyLai — CBC Sports (@cbcsports) August 31, 2014 Former Rangers defenseman Carol Vadnais died Sunday at the age...
New York Daily News Aug 31, 2014
When Carol Vadnais came to the Rangers from Boston in the blockbuster Phil Esposito trade on Nov. 7, 1975, the Blueshirts acquired what former teammate Dave Maloney on Sunday called a “consummate pro.”
Rangers Report | Journal News Aug 31, 2014
Sad news Sunday that Carol Vadnais, who played defense for five different teams—including the Rangers for seven seasons—and won a pair of Stanley Cups, passed away from cancer at age 68. Vadnais wasn’t universally loved as a Ranger, probably because he came from the arch-rival Boston Bruins, and probably more... Read More → The post R.I.P. Carol Vadnais, a Ranger from 1975-1982 appeared first on Rangers Report.
Rangers Report | Journal News Aug 29, 2014
(Editor’s note: Sioux didn’t offer this up as a guest blog, but rather as a topic of conversation. I thought it was a terrific topic, and as I started to try to write the post, thought, what the hell? Why not just use Sioux’s e-mail as a post? So I... Read More → The post Guest blogger: Sioux … who are the Rangers’ best prospects? appeared first on Rangers Report.
Rangers Report | Journal News Aug 25, 2014
Dads, Daughters, and Dreams By Adam Z First came the “thonk” of the paci falling to the floor. The “thud” of all the stuffed animals hitting the deck quickly followed. And then the sweet sound of the world’s best alarm clock: “Daddy! Daddy!” Ella’s wakeup routine that Thursday morning in... Read More → The post Guest blogger: Adam Z … Dads, Daughters and Dreams appeared first on Rangers Report.
Newsday Aug 24, 2014
When it was all over, Henrik Lundqvist was left on the ice lying flat on his stomach, face down, as the Kings celebrated a double-overtime goal in Game 5 and a Stanley Cup championship against the Rangers.
Last year the Rangers endured a season-opening 10-game road trip, which came on the heels of a preseason odyssey through western Canada, all while breaking in new coach Alain Vigneault....
Rangers Report | Journal News Aug 23, 2014
By Sioux-per-man As I awake before sunrise Friday, and read the guest blog by Cynar, I feel motivated enough to write my own. I took the whole day off to chase Mr. Titleist around with my kids, have a Father & Son lunch with my Godfather before son gets lost... Read More → The post Guest blogger: Sioux-per-man … UNDer a Sioux-per sun appeared first on Rangers Report.
Rangers Report | Journal News Aug 22, 2014
The New York Rangers “Where do we go from here?” By Cynar Ok so I had this whole article written, then told Carp to hold up, I just didn’t like it. I was being a little too negative for a year where we made the Final!!!!! Look, last year seemed... Read More → The post Guest blogger: Cynar … Where do we go from here? appeared first on Rangers Report.
Newsday Aug 21, 2014
Having been in Europe for much of July, and away from New York earlier in August, thought Danny Kristo had already agreed to a new deal. Well, the Rangers made it official Thursday.
New York Daily News Aug 20, 2014
The Chicago Blackhawks' loss is the Rangers' gain. Kevin Hayes, 22, an imposing right wing out of Boston College, agreed to terms with the Blueshirts as a free agent on Wednesday.
The Blueshirts Blog | New York Daily News Aug 20, 2014
Free agent right wing and Boston College product Kevin Hayes, 22, has chosen the Blueshirts over several other suitors, the Rangers confirmed on Wednesday afternoon. This happened five days after Hayes hit free agency when he failed to sign with the team that drafted him 24th overall in 2010, the Chicago Blackhawks.
Rangers Report | Journal News Aug 20, 2014
(Editor’s note: So now he’s 6-5, 225. Blackhawks had him at 6-2, 201. Must have been from his draft year, 2010.) From the NYR: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FREE AGENT FORWARD KEVIN HAYES NEW YORK, August 20, 2014 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced... Read More → The post Rangers’ official announcement of Kevin Hayes signing appeared first on Rangers Report.