Jacob Trouba

NYR Analysis: Rangers “Toon”ing Up For Stretch Run

It took the Rangers turning into cartoons to finally get a regulation win they could feel halfway decent about. Preceding that were losses to Ottawa and Boston, a shootout win over Montreal, an OT win over Buffalo, and a pivotal OT loss to the Penguins. Needless to say, it’s been an erratic stretch here as […]

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Rangers’ Defense Must Tighten Up in Front of Shesterkin Moving Forward

When it comes to the New York Rangers, there is no doubt that they are one of the league’s hottest teams right now. As of this writing (Friday, February 17), the team has won six straight games, has earned points in eight-straight games (7-0-1), and dating back to November 30, they have points in 26 […]

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A Win Is A Win: NY Rangers Beat Vancouver Canucks With A Lackluster 4-3 Victory

Well, they can’t all be Picassos. Coming off a scintillating game against the Calgary Flames, the NY Rangers put forth a lackluster performance that was just enough to beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-3. There were some continued positive developments, so let’s break down the good, the bad, and everything in between. THAT’S GOOD K’ANDRE MILLER […]

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Welcome Back! NY Rangers Defeat Calgary Flames in OT 5-4 In A Wild, Entertaining Game

Well, if you’re going to be in Rangers’ hockey withdrawal for that long, at least come back with a game of epic proportions! The NY Rangers defeated the Calgary Flames 5-4 in OT last night in a wild contest that arguably was one of the NHL’s best this season. Admittedly, I’m probably using this much […]

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Rangers’ Defense is Offensive

In the NHL these days, offense comes from everywhere. Teams are not afraid to shoot the puck, both forwards and defense get in on the action, there are more power plays to create scoring opportunities, and the puck is going in the net at an extremely high rate this season. Gone are the days of […]

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The Ugly Truth About Panarin and Trouba

I’ll need to start with a bit of an exhale here: I love Panarin as a player and a person, and I think Trouba is one of the best character guys the Rangers have had in the locker room for a long time. I have nothing but the utmost respect for what both of them […]

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The Emergence of Rangers Defenseman Braden Schneider

When you are a defenseman on the New York Rangers, it is easy to fly under the radar. The Blueshirts have a plethora of excellent to solid defensemen. Guys like Norris Trophy winner Adam Fox, team captain Jacob Trouba, K’Andre Miller, and Ryan Lindgren have all made positive impacts on this hockey club, especially in […]

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Weathering The Storm: Rangers Overcome Slow Start, Surge Past Carolina Hurricanes 5-3

The Rangers have experienced many highs and lows throughout the first half of this season. Recently their play and results have been more favorable, but many still felt they needed to see more from them before truly believing this team could match last year’s surprising squad. However, last night’s gritty, bounceback 5- 3 victory against […]

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SEVEN! It’s Got Cache, Baby! Rangers Rout Chicago 7-1 For Seventh Win In A Row

Seven Goals. Seven wins in a row. The impetus to go with the “seventh heaven” headline was strong, but an underrated quote from a classic Seinfeld bit felt proper. Either way, the NY Rangers got some revenge and imposed their will on an inferior Blackhawks team with a 7-1 victory. So, let’s break it down. […]

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NY Rangers Game 26 Recap: Is This Rock Bottom? Rangers Fall 5-2 At MSG As Chicago Snaps 8 Game Losing Streak

The term “rock bottom” is tricky when you apply it to a sports team, especially with a season still in progress. No matter how bad the situation might appear, it’s impossible to know if things might get even worse. The Rangers better hope not because last night signified a low point in a season increasingly […]

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