Chris Kreider

Kreider Continues to Cement His Legacy As an All-Time Ranger

Mark Messier. Wayne Gretzky. Chris Kreider? That is right, folks. Kreider, 33, joined Hockey Hall of Famers and legends Messier and Gretzky as the only Ranger to score a natural hat trick in a period during the Stanley Cup playoffs. Ranger fans certainly remember when Messier notched his. It was game 6 of the Eastern Conference […]

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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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Rangers Must Use Killer Instinct in Game 4 Against the Capitals

The New York Rangers may be up three games to none in their first-round series with the Washington Capitals, but this series could just as easily be 2-1 Rangers or 2-1 Capitals. In their 4-3 win on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, the Blueshirts let the Capitals hang around in the game for too […]

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Glaring Differences Between the Rangers and Capitals Through Two Games

If you have been watching the first round series between the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals, it should be easy to see why the Blueshirts are up two games to none after Tuesday night’s 4-3 victory at Madison Square Garden. Below are the differences between the two clubs and how they have enabled the […]

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Fourth Line Drives New York Rangers to Big Game 1 Victory Over the Washington Capitals

To succeed in the Stanley Cup playoffs, teams must have all of their lines going. It is crucial that each team’s big stars play well, that everyone plays a 200-foot game, and that they consistently get the goaltending they need to lift hockey’s Holy Grail come June. It is a pretty simple formula. With that […]

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Opinion: Rangers Should Make Quick Work of the Capitals

When it comes to the New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals taking on each other in the Stanley Cup playoffs, their bouts seem to go the distance. In 2009 (Capitals won), 2012 (Rangers won), 2013 (Rangers won), and 2015 (Rangers won), the series between the Blueshirts and Capitals went the distance. They were all […]

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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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Rangers’ Trocheck Continues to Prove His Worth

There were mixed reviews when the New York Rangers signed Vincent Trocheck to a seven-year, $39.75 million contract on July 13, 2022. On the one hand, they were getting a player who cracked the 60-point once in his career. Not exactly a player that a team should shell out a bunch of cash to. On […]

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Penguins Fall Behind 7-4 vs. New York Rangers | 3/16/2024

Pittsburgh played the New York Rangers on Saturday, March 16th at the PPG Paints Arena. The Penguins were in hopes of a good victory, and putting in the effort with great comeback goals against New York. However, the Penguins fell behind 7-4 in the third period after they had a 6-3 win to break a […]

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Rangers’ Zibanejad Needs to Get In Gear

Over the last several seasons, there has always been one player on the New York Rangers that the team could count on to be their most consistent player. That player was/is Mika Zibanejad. Ever since being traded to the team by the Ottawa Senators back in July 2016, Zibanejad, 30, has done it all for […]

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