Gerard Gallant

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Opinion: Laviolette Did Wonders With the Rangers This Season

The NHL Broadcasters’ Association got it right when it came to picking their three finalists for the Jack Adams Award, which, according to the award’s definition, is “presented to the head coach who has contributed the most to his team’s success. The three finalists, which were announced on Friday, May 3, Rick Tocchet (Vancouver Canucks), […]

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New York Rangers General Manager Chris Drury

Rangers’ Division Lead Allows for Experimentation Ahead of Trade Deadline

With less than a month to go before the NHL trade deadline, there is precious little time to make the player additions and subtractions that will (hopefully) help teams make a playoff run or set them up for a brighter future. Each team’s plan for the deadline is not only a state secret and much […]

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Panarin Doing it All for the Blueshirts

After leading the New York Rangers in scoring during the regular season last year with 92 points, Artemi Panarin finished the year on a sour note. In the club’s first-round ouster at the hand of the New Jersey Devils in last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, Panarin, 32, was terrible. He had just two assists, 15 […]

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Lots to Love About the Rangers So Far This Season

Going into this season, both the New York Rangers and their passionate fan base had a sour taste in their mouths. After going up 2-0 in their first-round series with the New Jersey Devils in last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, the Blueshirts went on to lose the series in seven games. Their effort in Game […]

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NY Rangers 11/4 Recap – The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (Injuries)

After a busy week on the road the NY Rangers find themselves in a defensive bout Thursday night against the reigning Metro Division winners, the Carolina Hurricanes. This matchup was thought to be the first real test of the Rangers’ capabilities since their 5-0 western swing against some of the furthest teams from their Madison […]

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NY Rangers Coaching – Season Preview and the ‘Left-Wing Lock’

The New York Rangers are now on their 3rd coach in 4 years. Needless to say, the Blueshirts have seen their fair share of coaching changes. The owner of the team, James Dolan, and the GM, Chris Drury, have cleaned the slate twice now with bench bosses since Drury took over the position from Jeff […]

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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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