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Rangers, Stepan avoid arbitration; sign six-year, $39M contract

Rangers, Stepan avoid arbitration; sign six-year, $39M contract

The Rangers avoided arbitration with Derek Stepan at the wire Monday morning, signing the center to a six-year, $39 million contract. More later. Maybe. From the NYR: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH DEREK STEPAN NEW YORK, July 27, 2015 – New York Rangers General Manager Jeff Gorton announced today that the team has agreed to [...] The post Rangers, Stepan avoid arbitration; sign six-year, $39M contract appeared first on Rangers Report.

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Clock ticking on Rangers/Stepan contract situation

Derek Stepan and his agent, Matt Oates, and the Rangers, are to make their presentations to an arbitrator Saturday morning. The salary arbitration hearing is scheduled for Monday, and a decision is expected within 48 hours. The Rangers are hoping to avoid arbitration by getting Stepan signed long-term before the hearing, but this is not [...] The post Clock ticking on Rangers/Stepan contract situation appeared first on Rangers Report.

Rangers’ big question as Derek Stepan likely heads to arbitration

Salary arbitration filings create deadline-driven negotiations, and so there is still time for the Rangers and Derek Stepan to strike a deal prior to Monday’s scheduled hearing, as Chris Kreider,...
Rangers' Moore hosting 4th-annual Smashfest charity

Rangers' Moore hosting 4th-annual Smashfest charity

Rangers center Dominic Moore will host his fourth-annual Smashfest charity event in Toronto on Thursday night.
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Oilers to raise a banner honoring Glen Sather; Assessing St. Louis’ Hall of Fame candidacy

The Oilers will honor their former coach and general manager Glen Sather, still the Rangers president after stepping down as GM on July 1, with a banner ceremony prior to their game against the Rangers at Rexall Place on Dec. 11, the organization announced on Monday. Sather, who coached the Oilers to four Stanley Cups and was part of five Cup winners in Edmonton, will become the ninth Oiler honored by a banner. This is the last season the Oilers will play at Rexall Place before their new, downtown arena is completed. *** It is, Marty St. Louis insisted, for others to decide whether his...
New York Post Jul 20, 2015

Glen Sather finally to get his due with the Oilers

So it looks as if it took Glen Sather stepping aside as Rangers general manager in order to get the proper respect out West. The president of the Blueshirts, who...
New York Daily News Jul 20, 2015
Rangers president Glen Sather to be honored by Oilers

Rangers president Glen Sather to be honored by Oilers

The Oilers announced that when the Rangers visit Rexall Place on Dec. 11, the organization will raise a banner to honor Glen Sather.
Oilers will raise banner for Rangers' Sather in December

Oilers will raise banner for Rangers' Sather in December

When the Rangers visit Rexall Place on Dec. 11, the Edmonton Oilers will raise a banner to honor Glen Sather.

St. Louis reflects on his career, decision to retire

Dressed like he was ready for a round of golf, his hair short, playoff beard gone and the weight of a life-altering decision off his shoulders, Marty St. Louis appeared as relaxed as possible as he met with the media this afternoon to discuss his decision to retire. “I will miss being around the guys,” St. Louis said. “It’s a transition for me but I couldn’t be happier with my decision. The easiest tough decision I could make.” St.  Louis, 40, announced his retirement on July 2, the day after the free agency market opened. St.  Louis said today he had offers from other teams...

Guest blogger: Romeo … Have the Rangers jumped the shark?

Jumping the Shark (For those of you unfamiliar with this phrase, which has made its way into our pop culture vocabulary, or its origin, you can check it out by clicking here.) By Romeo In what has unofficially become the summer of the shark, I have to ask: Have these Rangers jumped the shark? Let [...] The post Guest blogger: Romeo … Have the Rangers jumped the shark? appeared first on Rangers Report.

Lundqvist or Richter? The Mount Rushmores for every NHL team

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