9:35 AM EDT, Tue October 21, 2014
Blueshirt Banter 35 mins ago
Rangers vs. Devils preview: Another chance to watch and appreciate Jaromir Jagr, before he's gone

Rangers vs. Devils preview: Another chance to watch and appreciate Jaromir Jagr, before he's gone

A player who was so immense to the 21st century Rangers, fans will have another and perhaps one of their final chances to appreciate Jaromir Jagr Tuesday night. Throughout the 24 years Jaromir Jagr has spent in the NHL, there's been a few a rink he's met that he didn't enjoy. Likewise, wherever Jagr has traveled, whatever sweater he has donned, and whatever team he was a part of, nary a fan base has really been an enemy to Jagr. When Jagr chooses to walk away from hockey, whenever that occurs, he'll leave the game and go down as one of the greatest to have ever played it. Yet equally...
Blueshirt Banter 3 hours ago

Blue line faces more injuries; Searching for forward depth; Nash looking past postseason

Today's New York Rangers notes. The Rangers are playing better hockey over these past couple of games—that much we know. What we also know is, as the Rangers get set to face the Devils Tuesday night in the first meeting between the two tristate rivals this season, it's a New Jersey team that looks...
Rangers Report | Journal News 5 hours ago

Rangers at Devils tonight (7 p.m.) … pre-game notes

Pre-game notes courtesy of the NYR: NEW YORK RANGERS at NEW JERSEY DEVILS Tuesday, Oct. 21, 7:00 p.m. ET Prudential Center – Newark, NJ Rangers: 3-3-0 (6 pts) Devils: 3-2-0 (6pts) TONIGHT’S GAME The Rangers begin their two-game road trip against the New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center (7:00 p.m.......
In Lou We Trust 2 hours ago

New Jersey Devils vs. New York Rangers: Game Preview #6

Our Hated Rivals, the New York Rangers, come to the Prudential Center to take on the New Jersey Devils. This preview looks at the changes to both teams for this game and what the Devils should try to do to win this rivalry game.

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Newsday 14 hours ago

Rangers' injuries might force them to juggle on blue line

In the last two games, a 2-1 shootout win over the Hurricanes and Sunday's 4-0 blanking of the Sharks, the Rangers' defense has begun to erase memories of the previous three error-plagued losses, during which the Blueshirts allowed 17 goals.

Weekly Rangers prospect report

From the NYR: RANGERS PROSPECT REPORT OCT. 13-OCT. 19 EMERGING FROM THE PACK After winning its season opener on Oct. 12 at Syracuse, the Wolf Pack returned to Hartford for two home contests this past weekend. Hartford won its home opener on Saturday, defeating the Portland Pirates, 2-1. Ryan Haggerty... Read More → The post Weekly Rangers prospect report appeared first on Rangers Report.

Girardi still questionable to face the Devils

Dan Girardi did not participate in this morning’s practice for the Rangers and remains questionable for Tuesday night’s game against the Devils as coach Alain Vigneault reported the defenseman’s lower right leg was still bleeding this morning. Girardi required stitches above the right boot and missed the final 19 minutes of Sunday’s 4-0 win over the Sharks after blocking Joe Pavelski’s slap shot 33 seconds into the third period and then Matt Irwin’s wrist shot 11 seconds later. Defenseman Kevin Klein did practice and there are no lingering concerns after he required three...

Rangers-Sharks in review

Click here for my story on last night’s game, from lohud.com. Click here for the latest lohud.com photo gallery, from last night’s 4-0 win over the Sharks. Thoughts: 1) Henrik Lundqvist. Over his last six periods, plus an OT, plus a shootout, Lundqvist has allowed one goal, and it was... Read More → The post Rangers-Sharks in review appeared first on Rangers Report.
Rangers lose another defenseman

Rangers lose another defenseman

Dan Girardi missed the final 19 minutes of Sunday’s 4-0 Garden victory over the Sharks, the defenseman suffering a contusion and swelling above his right foot after blocking shots by...

Rangers 4, Sharks 0: Rewind

What it means: The Rangers now have a two-game winning streak as they conclude a four-game homestand, part of a larger stretch of 14 of 19 games at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers have also made it back to .500 as they’ve split their first six games. Last season, the Rangers hovered around .500, mostly below it, until the beginning of January. The Rangers also set a season-high with four goals against the Sharks. Why it happened: For one, the Rangers had the puck a majority of the time. The Rangers won 41 of 62 faceoffs (66 percent) and, as the game wore on, the Sharks wore out. The...

Crushed Ice: Kevin Hayes plays big, scores first NHL goal in 4-0 NY Rangers win over San Jose Sharks at Garden

Alain Vigneault moved the NHL’s leading goal scorer onto a line with a rookie center on Sunday night, but Kevin Hayes proved his coach was correct to trust him in a big spot. Hayes, 22, the former Boston College standout, scored his first NHL goal in the third period of Sunday’s 4-0 win over the San Jose Sharks, but he also was a sufficient complement to Rick Nash and Chris Kreider on the wings, forming a line that became increasingly effective offensively as the game wore on.
Newsday Oct 19, 2014

Henrik Lundqvist gives defenseman Matt Hunwick the Broadway Hat

Matt Hunwick was an unlikely recipient of the Broadway Hat on Sunday, but the defenseman, who played his strongest game of the season, prevented an early goal. He jumped in to sweep the puck off the goal line behind Henrik Lundqvist, changing the dynamic of the first period.

Rangers 4, Sharks 0 … post-game notes & quotes

Post-game notes & quotes courtesy of the NYR: Rangers 4, Sharks 0. Click here for boxscore. Team notes: -        The Rangers tied a franchise record for the fastest two goals scored, asMartin St. Louis and Rick Nash tallied goals in a span of four seconds (St. Louis at 19:16 of... Read More → The post Rangers 4, Sharks 0 … post-game notes & quotes appeared first on Rangers Report.
Rangers score twice in 4 seconds, beat Sharks

Rangers score twice in 4 seconds, beat Sharks

Yeah, Mr. Vigneault! Yeah, chemistry! The Rangers’ remodeled forward combinations worked in synch to produce the club’s most impressive match of the young season, a 4-0 victory over the Sharks...

POST-GAME AUDIO: Alain Vigneault, Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan McDonagh, Kevin Hayes

The post POST-GAME AUDIO: Alain Vigneault, Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan McDonagh, Kevin Hayes appeared first on Rangers Report.
Newsday Oct 19, 2014

Rangers score two goals four seconds apart in shutout of Sharks

Martin St. Louis and Rick Nash scored four seconds apart late in the second period -- setting a team record for the fastest pair of scores without an empty-netter -- and the Rangers won their second consecutive game Sunday, beating the San Jose Sharks, 4-0.

Sharks at Rangers … It’s Go Time!

Game 6. Sharks at Rangers.   Wonder if Jumbo Soft-shelled Shrimp Joe Thornton, stripped of his captaincy, will insult the Rangers again. The Sharkies (4-0-1)  haven’t lost a game yet, except for that gimmicky competition they held after the game at Nassau Coliseum Thursday. They finish their three-game/four-night NYC-area trek... Read More → The post Sharks at Rangers … It’s Go Time! appeared first on Rangers Report.

Live Blog: Rangers dominate tired Sharks, 4-0

Kids Day here at Madison Square Garden as the Rangers conclude a four-game homestand against the Sharks, who should be road weary but haven’t played that way so far. The Sharks are off to a 4-0-1 start this season after a 4-2 win over the Devils Saturday night at Prudential Center.  That game had a 7 p.m. faceoff.  Tonight’s game has a 5 p.m. faceoff so the Sharks are playing their second game in 22 hours and their third in four days as they play the fourth game in a five-game East Coast swing. Six of the Sharks first seven games are on the road. One of the reasons for the Shark’s...

Rangers Player News

  • Derek Stepan

    Derek Stepan

    Live Blog: Rangers beat ‘Canes 2-1 in SO

  • Henrik Lundqvist

    Henrik Lundqvist

    Henrik Lundqvist gives defenseman Matt Hunwick the Broadway Hat

  • Anthony Duclair

    Anthony Duclair

    New York Rangers analysis: Latest roster moves could signal the end of the line for Anthony Duclair

  • Rick Nash

    Rick Nash

    GIF: Watch Kevin Hayes score his first career NHL goal

  • Kevin Hayes

    Kevin Hayes

    Rangers' Kevin Hayes now in line for success

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