Justin Braun

New York Rangers Sneakily Get Better, Are Built for Playoffs

Compared to others in the Eastern Conference, the New York Rangers had a relatively quiet 2024 trade deadline. The additions of Alex Wennberg, Jack Roslovic, and Chad Ruhwedel filled some widely publicized gaps in the lineup but did not register on the excitement meter like some of the rumored trades would have. They were rumored […]

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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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Islanders Defenseman Scott Mayfield Prepares to Defend in Defensive-Zone

10 Potential Defenseman Additions Leafs General Manager Kyle Dubas Could Acquire

The 2023 NHL Trade Deadline is just around the corner! With the Maple Leafs sitting second in the Atlantic Division, it’ll be interesting to see what additions General Manager Kyle Dubas makes on Friday, March 3rd.  The blue and white have had a strong season so far, sitting with a 30-11-8 record. General Manager Kyle […]

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Chris Drury

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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This Rangers’ run shouldn’t be that shocking

What would you say if I told you back in October that the Rangers would be tied 2-2 in the Eastern Conference Finals with the two-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning? What if I told you they would have a home-ice advantage in the Conference Final or be one of the last three teams remaining […]

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Resilient Rangers even series with Game-2 win.

After a disappointing game-one defeat in triple overtime at the hands of their old Patrick Division rival, the Pittsburgh Penguins, Thursday night’s game-two was a must-win for the New York Rangers. After losing game one at home to a combination of backup goalies featuring Casey DeSmith and Louis Domingue, the Rangers couldn’t afford to go […]

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Opinion: Drury did his job, now Gallant has to do his

Moments after being traded to the Rangers, Justin Braun said that he hadn’t spoken to Chris Drury because the Rangers rookie GM was “still busy making trades.” Braun wasn’t lying. Drury pulled off a total of 4 trades Monday, and Braun was the first New York domino to fall before the flurry of trades that […]

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Report: Rangers Acquire Justin Braun For Blueline Depth

With about 2 hours remaining until the 3 pm EST deadline, Rangers GM Chris Drury bolstered his blueline with the addition of Justin Braun, who is set to be a UFA after this season. Braun was averaging 20 minutes a game while playing alongside Ivan Provorov as the Philadelphia Flyers’ top defensive pair. The Rangers […]

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Opinion: I Was Wrong; The Bruins Need Defensive Help At The Deadline

I have changed my mind. The Boston Bruins need help on defense. The debate is which side needs the most help. The left side has Matt Grzelcyk, Mike Reilly, Derek Forbort and possibly Urho Vaakanainen who should be returning from injury. The right side is occupied by Charlie McAvoy, Brandon Carlo, and at times Connor […]

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