NY Rangers

The Best Deterrent Against the Panthers’ Aggressiveness Isn’t Matt Rempe

As the New York Rangers prepare for game one of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Florida Panthers on Wednesday, they are rounding into health. That creates a bunch of different possible roster scenarios to counter the heavy play of the Panthers, particularly in the form of Sam Bennett and Matthew Tkachuk. While many are […]

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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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Beyond the Spectacle: Can Rempe Continue to Contribute for the Rangers?

It was quite a week for Matt Rempe. From unheralded prospect to the darling of the NHL in a New York minute. There have been fights (4), a game-winning goal, an assist, and one epic nationally televised interview with Emily Kaplan. It doesn’t get much better than that. Even the growing concern for the sustainability […]

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New York Rangers: Brodzinski Cashes in On Success

Jonny Brodzinski has signed a two-year, one-way contract at $787,500 per year, the New York Rangers announced today. For Brodzinski, this is his first one-way contract, meaning he will be paid at the agreed-upon salary, regardless of whether he plays with the NHL club or in the AHL. The Ham Lake, MN native was originally […]

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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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Mikhail Sergachev injury at MSG 2024

True Hockey Culture On Display Amidst A Gruesome Scene

“You could hear a pin drop in this place,” said Ed Olczyk on the TNT broadcast. “This place” was Madison Square Garden, an arena known for anything but silence. It was true though, the place was silent. On the ice lay Mikhail Sergachev after an awkward fall on an otherwise ordinary play. From the moment […]

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Why The New York Rangers Should Mimic The Florida Panthers Goaltender Management Tactics

In a good news/bad news season so far for the Rangers, the first game following the All-Star break was no different. The good news included a big win, Artemi Panarin staying red hot, and Jonathan Quick posting another outstanding start in a season full of them. One could even add Alexis Lafreniere’s game-winning goal in […]

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3 Keys to the New York Rangers Second Half

With 8 days off since their last game, the Rangers get back in action against the Colorado Avalanche on Monday night at Madison Square Garden. Here are three things to look for as the Rangers attempt to grow their narrow lead in the Metropolitan Division and head into the playoffs firing on all cylinders. Goaltending: […]

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As the Trade Deadline Looms, Ranger Fans Try to Read the Tea Leaves

It’s been more than 6 years since “The Letter.” That was the last time that Ranger fans had any real insight into what the organization was thinking ahead of the deadline. 2024 looks to be no different, despite plenty of opinions, prognostication, and tea leaf reading. A fatalistic bent has entered the chat, with some […]

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K'Andre Miller skating for the New York Rangers

What’s Wrong With K’Andre Miller?

K’Andre Miller of the New York Rangers plays his cards close to the vest. He’s not overly animated during games, doesn’t make a big splash in interviews, and generally keeps a low public profile. That muddles the picture when his game appears to be off, as it has been recently. He is still capable of […]

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