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Filip Chytil

NY Rangers Analysis: Here’s Looking At You, Kid (Line)

As we sit here at basically the quarter-season mark for our New York Rangers, it’s hard to gauge exactly where this team stands.  They currently reside in a wildcard playoff spot while possessing the same solid core and goaltending that drove the Blueshirts to the Eastern Conference Finals last year.  Clearly though, something is a […]

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The Rangers’ Problems and Solutions

In the first 17 games of the season, the Rangers have an 8-6-3 record for 19 points. Not the start the Rangers had in mind when they were trying to build from last season’s run to the Eastern Conference Finals. So what’s causing the Rangers to have this unexpectedly slow start to the season? Well, […]

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What Will Filip Zadina’s Next Contract Look Like?

After signing restricted free agent defenseman Jake Walman last week, Steve Yzerman has one piece of work left on his roster, Filip Zadina. The sixth overall pick from the 2018 NHL Entry Draft has been a point of contention amongst Red Wings fans for the past six months. In some eyes, he is a promising […]

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Opinion: The Rangers offseason hinges on their belief in Filip Chytil

If not now, when? Filip Chytil is only 22 years old and has already played in 253 regular-season games for the Rangers, but his time in New York has been anything but consistent. The speedy youngster has shown flashes of potential in his first four seasons on Broadway, but the former 1st round pick has […]

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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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Rangers season on the brink, again

For the sixth time this postseason, the Rangers will be facing elimination. Although it was only 40 days ago, it feels like more time has passed since this young core’s first playoff game. At the end of the regular season, this New York roster was filled with players who only experienced playoff hockey in the […]

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Rangers: Chytil and Strome game-time decisions for Thursdays Game 5

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Rangers: Six Keys to a Game 7 Victory

After staving off elimination for the fourth time this playoff, the Rangers head to Carolina for a do-or-die Game 7 in Raleigh Monday night. Home Ice has been the decisive factor in this series thus far, so how can the Rangers go south and steal one game in front of a rabid Hurricane crowd? 1. […]

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Rangers: Line Shuffling Gamble Paid Off

The New York Rangers were able to play a complete 60-minute game against the Carolina Hurricanes and took a game back in the series, winning 3-1. Madison Square Garden was rocking, and the Rangers “Stars” finally decided to shine for the first time in this series. But, the most fantastic thing, and the thing that […]

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Rangers hold serve on Garden Ice, series at 2-1

Sunday afternoons Game 3 contest against the Carolina Hurricanes was about as close as you can get to a must-win scenario. On the heels of two losses in which they played some of their best defensive games of the season, Gerard Gallant entered Sunday with three new lines in hopes of generating more offense. The […]

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