Braden Schneider

Special Ks! Kreider and Kane Fuel Another Dominant 5-1 Victory Over NJ Devils in Game Two

When you combined this Rangers roster coming off last year’s deep playoff run with the additions of Tarasenko and Kane, the trajectory for this team looked off the charts. However, the term “on paper” only goes so far; the real question is how it would look on the ice, especially against a Devils team whose […]

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Rangers’ Defense is Offensive

In the NHL these days, offense comes from everywhere. Teams are not afraid to shoot the puck, both forwards and defense get in on the action, there are more power plays to create scoring opportunities, and the puck is going in the net at an extremely high rate this season. Gone are the days of […]

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The Emergence of Rangers Defenseman Braden Schneider

When you are a defenseman on the New York Rangers, it is easy to fly under the radar. The Blueshirts have a plethora of excellent to solid defensemen. Guys like Norris Trophy winner Adam Fox, team captain Jacob Trouba, K’Andre Miller, and Ryan Lindgren have all made positive impacts on this hockey club, especially in […]

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Top Heavy: NY Rangers’ Stars Lead The Way As Team Defeats Florida Panthers 5-3

The NY Rangers defeated the Florida Panthers 5-3 last night in a game dominated by their top stars, both veterans and young talent alike. It wasn’t a perfect game, but a lot to be pleased about, so let’s break it down. THAT’S GOOD! THE STARS ALIGN The Rangers have sometimes been “accused” have being a […]

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Monster Trade Shaping Up As the Patrick Kane Sweepstakes Begins

It’s no secret at this point that the Chicago Blackhawks are in full rebuild mode, and Patrick Kane’s time in the windy city is coming to an end. Even with a no movement clause in place, many expect Kane to waive it as the trade deadline approaches. Kane still has plenty left in the tank […]

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Why So Blue? Optimism Should Be High For NY Rangers Despite Erratic Season To Date.

The NY Rangers are still not yet at the halfway mark of the season. However, this mini-holiday break feels like a fine place to assess what has been an erratic season while also pinpointing positive aspects that are beacons for optimism. Consider the team won three out of their first four games, including two excellent […]

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NY Rangers Game 22 Recap: Third Period Collapse Dooms Rangers

It is officially time to worry about the NY Rangers.  This is fresh off what can only be described as a full-blown 3rd-period collapse against the Edmonton Oilers to lose 4-3 in regulation.   The Rangers entered the 3rd period leading 3-0. It was not perfect, but an impressive performance up to that point, considering they […]

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Report: Rangers Shopping Former 1st Round Pick

After a deep playoff run by the New York Rangers that saw them lose to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference Finals last season, they look ready to run it back again this upcoming season. After another year of experience for the young players on the team, the Rangers are hoping they take […]

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Chris Drury

Where do the Rangers go from here?

It was fun while it lasted. The 2021-22 New York Rangers far exceeded the expectations set for them in October at the beginning of the season as they finished just two wins shy of the franchise’s first appearance in the Stanley Cup Final since 2014. So, where do they go from here? General Manager Chris […]

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The Rangers’ inconsistencies are consistent.

The New York Rangers don’t make anything easy. The Blueshirts have teased us with phenomenal periods and flashes of brilliance throughout this season, only to resort back to mediocrity quickly. They always endured those vacations to mediocrity due to the stellar play of Igor Shesterkin. Last Saturday night, the Rangers went on another mini-vacation, or […]

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