Braden Schneider

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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There’s Always Next Year, But First a Long Summer for the New York Rangers

The games are done. The lockers bare. Injuries have been revealed and final thoughts from players have been offered. The tension among the fan base is palpable. The desire for the first Stanley Cup in 30 years is undiminished. For the New York Rangers, the end came two weeks and one large chalice too soon. […]

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Rangers Loss Reminiscent of Last Round

Game one of the Eastern Conference Finals is in the books and, for the New York Rangers, there may be some similarity in how they feel this morning to the way the Carolina Hurricanes felt after each of the first three games of their round two matchup with the Rangers. But for a bounce here […]

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Filip Chytil skating for the New York Rangers

Opinion: Rangers Need to Make Minor Adjustments to Even Up Series with Panthers

After being shutout 3-0 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the New York Rangers need to go into Game 2 ready to pounce on the Florida Panthers, or the series could end up being a gloomy one for the Blueshirts. Now, the Rangers did not play terribly in Game 1. They got good […]

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Rangers’ Zibanejad Getting the Job Done When It Matters Most

Going into this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, no one knew what to expect of New York Rangers forward Mika Zibanejad. Despite having 72 points (26 goals and 46 assists) this season, Zibanejad, 31, was inconsistent this year. Sometimes, he would pass up scoring opportunities or go stretches without putting the puck in the net. Related […]

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NHL Playoffs: Grading the Rangers In Their First Round Sweep of the Capitals

Everyone knew that the New York Rangers would win their first round series with the Washington Capitals. It was just a matter of how many games it would take and how dominant the Blueshirts would be. The Rangers more than took care of business as they swept the Capitals in what was a very easy […]

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K’Andre Miller Putting it All Together at the Right Time for the Rangers

New York Rangers defenseman K’Andre Miller has always had a high ceiling. His big frame, smooth skating, and incredible reach complement a high (and still-developing) hockey IQ. But his path, not unusually or unexpectedly, has not been linear. There have been moments of jaw-dropping brilliance mixed with performances that left one wanting. Luckily for the […]

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Devils Take a 4-3 Loss Against the Rangers | 4/3/2024

It was a close game between the Devils and New York Rangers at the Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, April 3rd. This marked New Jersey’s third straight loss after a two-game win streak that had been put to an end when they fell to the Buffalo Sabres 5-2 on Friday, March 29th. This was a […]

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Stars Bounce Back With 6-3 Win Over Rangers

The Dallas Stars looked to bounce back on Monday against the New York Rangers, and they did. The Stars defeated the Rangers 6-3 at the American Airlines Center. The Stars’ starting lineup was tweaked as it featured Jani Hakanpää, Wyatt Johnston, Jason Robertson, Evgenii Dadonov, Esa Lindell, and Scott Wedgewood. Wedgewood made 30 saves for […]

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Gustafsson Off to Great Start for the Blueshirts

Since Chris Drury became the New York Rangers general manager, he has made a few underrated moves that have helped his hockey club. Two examples were ones that he made over the summer. The first was when he signed goaltender Jonathan Quick to a one-year deal worth $925,000. As of this writing (Wednesday night, November […]

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