12:02 PM EDT, Sat October 25, 2014
Newsday 19 hours ago

Rangers' Anthony Duclair excited for first game at home in Montreal

Anthony Duclair idolized a lot of Montreal Canadiens growing up. Well, let's say as a youngster. At 19, Duclair is still growing.
New York Daily News 20 hours ago
Chris Kreider, Rangers return to Montreal for first Canadiens clash

Chris Kreider, Rangers return to Montreal for first Canadiens clash

Boos will rain down on the Blueshirts when they step on to the ice at Bell Centre on Saturday night, but the rabid Montreal fans will surely save their loudest jeers for one Ranger in particular.
Carey Price will be back in goal for Habs against Rangers

Carey Price will be back in goal for Habs against Rangers

The Canadiens and New York Rangers will meet for the first time since last season’s Eastern Conference final Saturday night at the Bell Centre (7 p.m., CITY TV, TVA Sports, TSN Radio 690). Carey Price will be in goal for […]

Rangers say the past is the past with Habs

The Rangers and Canadiens obviously had a testy relationship during last spring’s Eastern Conference Final. Chris Kreider collided with Carey Price in Game 1, knocking the Canadiens’ No. 1 goalie out for the rest of the six-game series, obviously won by the Rangers. The Canadiens went from calling that accidental, to accidentally on purpose, to intentional. Ex-Ranger Brandon Prust broke Derek Stepan’s jaw with a high hit in Game 3 that caused Stepan to miss one game. And the coaches, Alain Vigneault and Michel Therrien, seemed to have their longtime friendship fray through...
Newsday Oct 23, 2014

Rangers don't mind the rest even though they've played well recently

The Rangers, who have won three straight, are in a stretch in which they will play only two games in 10 days. Does the break come at an unfortunate time? Not for veterans Rick Nash and Martin St. Louis. They said the time will be well-spent on practices and rest for those with aches and pains.
New York Daily News Oct 23, 2014
Newcomer Chris Mueller paying immediate dividends for Rangers

Newcomer Chris Mueller paying immediate dividends for Rangers

Chris Mueller has spent the past five years going back and forth between the NHL and AHL. This time, he plans on staying put.

Rangers centers Hayes, Mueller making a difference

Here’s my story from lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello GREENBURGH – When training camp began, it seemed the Rangers were set down the middle. Thin, perhaps, but set. Derek Stepan, Derick Brassard, J.T. Miller and Dominic Moore would be the centers; Miller, the 21-year-old rookie ready to replace the departed Brad... Read More → The post Rangers centers Hayes, Mueller making a difference appeared first on Rangers Report.

Hayes motivated to adapt to taking NHL faceoffs

Kevin Hayes apologized to linemates Rick Nash and Chris Kreider. “Nobody wants to play with a guy that keeps losing faceoffs,” the rookie center said after Rangers’ practice on Wednesday. “I told Rick and Kreids it won’t happen again.” Hayes went 0 for 10 on faceoffs in Tuesday’s come-from-behind, 4-3 overtime road win over the Devils. Though coach Alain Vigneault did use Chris Mueller in Hayes’ spot for some third-period shifts, Hayes set up Nash’s equalizer at 14:32. The Rangers’ next game is Saturday at Montreal, a rematch of last season’s Eastern Conference...

Live Chat begins at noon, or you can view it later but it won’t be live

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Newsday Oct 22, 2014

Rangers' Chris Mueller making most of his opportunity while Derek Stepan is out

After a career spent between the AHL and NHL, center Chris Mueller has learned to take things in stride. Take Wednesday, for example.

No practice for Dom Moore, Brassard

Two of the Rangers centers were absent from this morning’s practice as both Dominic Moore and Derick Brassard were given maintenance days to recover from whatever bumps or bruises they’ve been accumulating. Otherwise, everybody was on ice today for the Rangers after Tuesday night’s come-from-behind 4-3 overtime road win over the Devils. Because of the spaced-out nature of the schedule - the Rangers don’t play again until Saturday in Montreal and have just three games in an 11-day span - they will have Thursday off before reconvening on Friday before flying to Montreal. Coach Alain...
Newsday Oct 22, 2014

Rangers chat with Steve Zipay Thursday at noon

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AUDIO: Alain Vigneault, Kevin Hayes, Chris Mueller

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Rangers-Devils in review

Click here to read my story from lohud.com. Click here to see lohud.com’s photo gallery off of last night’s game. Thoughts: 1) I know I chide you guys for your emotional swaying, you know, the way, for example, the Rangers completely sucked early in the third period and how great... Read More → The post Rangers-Devils in review appeared first on Rangers Report.

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    Rick Nash

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    Derek Stepan

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