Gerard Gallant

The Proof Will Have to Be in the Pudding for the Blueshirts

The Metropolitan Division is going to be one to be reckoned with this upcoming season. The Carolina Hurricanes, last year’s division winners, are always a great team, even though they have struggled in the Stanley Cup playoffs. They are strong at all three positions and have one of the best coaches in the league in […]

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Rangers and Gallant Agree to Part Ways

What a strange two years this has been for the New York Rangers. Last year, the team came within two wins of reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2014. This was after a regular season in which they were the seventh-best team in the league, thanks to a 52-24-6 record and […]

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What Now for the New York Rangers?

The New York Ranger’s 2022-23 season came to a disappointing end Monday night. They lost 4-0 in Game 7 to the New Jersey Devils and failed to follow up last season’s Eastern Conference Finals appearance with any similar type of playoff success. The first-round defeat stings even more, knowing that General Manager Chris Drury loaded […]

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The Rangers Did This to Themselves

It was not supposed to end this way for the New York Rangers. After adding Patrick Kane to an already loaded offense, the Blueshirts and their fans were dreaming of winning the Stanley Cup, and rightfully so. Sure, it would take some work to make it happen, but after what they accomplished in last year’s […]

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What Is Going On With Rangers Forward Zibanejad?

Coming into his team’s first-round Stanley Cup playoff series with the New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers forward Mika Zibanejad was flying high. Zibanejad, 30, had a career-best regular season this year. He finished the season with 39 goals and 52 assists for 91 points, good for second on the team behind Artemi Panarin (91 […]

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The Kids Are Alright

There is no doubt that everyone will mention the usual suspects when it comes to the New York Rangers offense. Fans will talk about Mika Zibanejad, Artemi Panarin, Chris Kreider, Vladimir Tarasenko, Patrick Kane, Vincent Trocheck, and Adam Fox (Yes, I know he is a defenseman). It is these players that have been producing for […]

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Rangers’ Shesterkin Continues to Struggle

In a game where the New York Rangers outshot their opponent 51-21, one would think that the Blueshirts would come away with a victory, right? Wrong. On Monday night, February 20, at Madison Square Garden, the Rangers lost to the visiting Winnipeg Jets by a score of 4-1. Oh yeah, the Jets were playing their […]

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Rangers Acquire Shiny New Toy in Tarasenko from the Blues

While the New York Rangers are currently (Thursday, February 9) sitting pretty in terms of being in a playoff spot in a tight Eastern Conference, one thing they have struggled with all season long is line combinations.  Team head coach Gerard Gallant has jumbled the lines around all year, and it has led to some inconsistency in their […]

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Rangers Need to Hit The Ground Running Out of the Break

With the NHL All-Star break currently going on and teams and players who are not involved taking a nice vacation, getting some important rest, and resetting their respective bodies for the second half of the season, it is time for many teams in this 32-team league to start gearing up for a Stanley Cup Playoff […]

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Cuylle’s First Game, Kravtsov Scratched, & More Line Blender

Uneventful would be a charitable way to talk about Will Cuylle’s first NHL game. His line got just over five minutes of ice time in Wednesday night’s game against the Leafs, low even for a fourth line. They were on the ice for the Leafs’ first goal of the night, which might’ve played a part […]

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