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Ryan Reaves

Takeaways from the Bill Guerin Mid-Season media availability

Minnesota Wild General manager Bill Guerin met with media, giving more clarity with rumors and potential moves being made. He also provided insight into his opinion of where the team is right now.

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Minnesota Wild vs. New York Rangers Preview

Game Preview Coming off a 3-0 loss to the St Louis Blues and a two game losing streak, the Wild are hungry for a win. The last time the Wild faced the Rangers, they lost 7-3. Forward Ryan Reaves will be returning to Madison Square Garden following his trade to Minnesota in November. The game […]

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Penguins: Kapanen Likely To Be Moved

The Pittsburgh Penguins have looked good as of late. They have won their past three games and are 5-1-1 in their last seven games. After their seven-game losing streak, it looked like this team needed to make a trade or something to get things all figured out. However, this team has seemed to figure out […]

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Breaking: NY Rangers Trade Ryan Reaves to the Wild

Dang, who is going to release Shesty now?!   Perhaps not surprising, but still a shockwave throughout Rangerstown, Ryan Reaves has been traded to the Minnesota Wild for a 5th-round pick.   The writing had been on the wall for a while now. This season, especially recently, Reaves went from 4th line stalwart to pretty frequent healthy […]

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Player Profile: Ryan Reaves

In his 12th NHL season, Ryan Reaves is still setting the tone and gaining his team momentum on a nightly basis. Drafted in the fifth round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft by St. Louis, the Winnipeg, Manitoba native has outlasted most of those who came before him. Instead of relying on his skills with […]

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Rangers: Game 4 Preview

It is New York Rangers game day. Tonight, the Rangers take on the Carolina Hurricanes for the fourth game of this second-round matchup. With the series at a 2-1 advantage, the Blueshirts are looking to even up the series in front of their home crowd. Let’s take a look at what we should expect in […]

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Rangers: Season in Review

For only the fifth time in the franchise’s 94-year history, the New York Rangers have eclipsed 50 wins in a single season. It’s quite an accomplishment in and of itself, but it’s even more impressive when you look back on where the franchise was merely a year ago. The sudden upheaval and firings of Jeff […]

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The Importance of an Enforcer for the Boston Bruins

Since the Boston Bruins entered the league in 1924 as one of six teams that formed the NHL, there has always been a constant theme: big, bad, and physical, just like that of the bear they are named after. There was always a player or two on the team who wasn’t afraid to drop the […]

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Chris Drury mid-season grade (part 2 of 2)

Drury has arguably hit most of his moves out of the park, particularly his contract extensions. Shesterkin was signed to the most lucrative second contract for a goalie, and five months later, he’s the front runner for the Vezina. Say what you want about the Mika extension, but where else are you going to get […]

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