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New York Rangers General Manager Chris Drury

Opinion: No One Should Envy Rangers’ GM Drury

Going into the offseason, it was clear that one area that the New York Rangers needed to address was finding a high-end winger to play on the team’s first line with Mika Zibanejad and Chris Kreider. Unfortunately for the Blueshirts, team general manager Chris Drury struck out on that front. He missed out on the […]

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The Clock To Extend Shesterkin Set to Begin for the Blueshirts

The New York Rangers have been blessed when it comes to their last three main starting goaltenders. In Mike Richter, the Rangers had a player who played a huge part in helping them win their first Stanley Cup in 54 years back in 1994. He was also someone who played very well on several bad […]

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Opinion: Torn on a Potential Rangers Reunion With Patrick Kane

There was a lot of excitement when the New York Rangers first acquired forward Patrick Kane from the Chicago Blackhawks at the 2023 NHL trade deadline. In Kane, 35, the Rangers were bringing in someone who won three Stanley Cups, had a lot of chemistry with Artemi Panarin, and could bring a lot of excitement […]

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Is The Real Shesterkin Back for the Blueshirts?

If the New York Rangers and their fans are judging by his performance in his team’s 2-0 shutout win over the Calgary Flames on Monday night, February 12th, at Madison Square Garden, then the answer is a resounding yes. Rangers’ goaltender Igor Shesterkin was magnificent in stopping all 30 shots he faced in picking up […]

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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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