New York Rangers

Barclay Goodrow & New York Rangers Divorce Purely A Business Transaction

When news broke on Tuesday that the New York Rangers were waiving Barclay Goodrow to help save money on the club’s tight salary cap, it seemed like a logical business decision. Rumors then circulated that the San Jose Sharks would claim the forward, and the “full circle” theories made everything look good for all parties […]

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Barclay Goodrow playing for the San Jose Sharks.

BREAKING: Barclay Goodrow is Returning to the Bay

It was announced yesterday that Barclay Goodrow, 31, was placed on waivers by the New York Rangers in an effort to clear his salary. Today, after a trade to acquire Ty Dellandrea from the Dallas Stars, the San Jose Sharks claimed Goodrow.  The undrafted, two-time Stanley Cup Champion started his career in the Bay after […]

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Timo Meier and Jesper Bratt celebrate a goal against the San Jose Sharks

New Jersey Devils Announce Preseason Schedule

The New Jersey Devils announced their preseason schedule on Monday morning. The Devils will play a total of seven games, with four on the road and three at the Prudential Center, all with 7 PM EST start times. The first game will be at home against the New York Islanders on Sunday, September 22nd. After […]

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Stanley Pup

The Inaugural Stanley Pup

For the first time, the NHL hosted an official Stanley Pup showcasing 16 different dogs that are currently waiting to be adopted. There was one dog for each team that made the Stanley Cup Playoffs this year, including Connor McDoodle and Sergei Bobruffsky, who faced off in honor of the Stanley Cup Finals. The NHL […]

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Do the New York Rangers have a ‘Core’ of untouchable players?

Now that the dust has settled with player news, exit interviews, and GM Chris Drury’s final season statement, one question remains outstanding. Do the Rangers have untouchable/untradeable players that Drury won’t even consider talking to other teams about? Is there a core group of players? Can you have a core without winning a Stanley Cup […]

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Opinion: Grading the 2024 Rangers Based on Their Performance in the Playoffs

With the Stanley Cup playoffs now in the rearview mirror for the New York Rangers, it is time to grade the team based on how they performed in the postseason. Head CoachPeter Laviolette: For all the right buttons he pressed in the regular season, he pressed a lot of wrong ones in the postseason. He was […]

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Florida Panthers vs. New York Rangers Series Recap | 06/03/2024

The fight for the title of best in the east was a tight one, with five games being decided by one goal. Florida had the only multi-goal win in Game 1 but even that is a bit misleading as the majority of the game was spent with a 1-0 lead for the Cats. However, with […]

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New York Rangers Magic Melts Against Florida Panthers

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Opinion: Why the Rangers Got Knocked Out of the Playoffs

Everything seemed to be in place for the New York Rangers when it came to making a run at the Stanley Cup in the 2024 postseason. They had one of the league’s top point producers in Artemi Panarin. They had one of the league’s best goaltenders in Igor Shesterkin and their special teams were more […]

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Florida Panthers vs. New York Rangers Game 6 Recap | 06/02/2024

The theme of this postseason has been REDemption for the Panthers. With unfinished business from last season, fans have been encouraged to wear red to every home game at Amerant Bank Arena while Florida goes on the hunt to achieve what they fell just short of, the Stanley Cup. A tightly contested series against the […]

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