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Amy Ernano is a lifelong New York Rangers' fan and believes that hockey is more than a game winning goal or a highlight on a sports show: behind every stat there is a story. She previously worked as a staff writer for Blue Line Station. You can follow Amy on Twitter at @AmyErnano

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Recent Articles by Amy

Chin up Marian! You are fantasy hockey free in Columbus now. (bridgetds/Flickr).

Why Marian Gaborik Should Stay A New York Ranger

One player both the coach and the fans seem to be especially hard on is the Blueshirts’ only bona fide sniper, the Slovakian Rocket himself, Marián Gáborík.

by · March 2, 2013 · 1 comment · New York Rangers, NHL Rumors
Valeri Nichushkin has been compared to Rangers forward Rick Nash. (Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports)

Rangers’ Stick to Game Plan, Rangers Win. Any Questions?

Going into Saturday’s game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Rangers’ unexpectedly lackluster 3-4-0 start to the 2013 season had many fans hitting the panic button. Many worried that the […]

by · February 5, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · New York Rangers
New York Rangers: Much Speculation, Much Excitement

New York Rangers: Much Speculation, Much Excitement

Yes, at long last the lockout is over, and finally, we can get down to brass tacks – namely, what the 2013 season holds for the New York Rangers.

by · January 8, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · New York Rangers
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WJHC: Team USA An All-Around Talent Showcase

With the NHL lockout dragging on and on and fans growing increasingly frustrated with the “business” of hockey, the World Junior Hockey Championships couldn’t be a more welcome diversion.

by · January 5, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Prospects, World Junior Hockey Championship
Getting to Know Your “New” York Rangers

Getting to Know Your “New” York Rangers

The end can’t come soon enough for the Rangers. They are easily one of the teams most impacted by the stoppage, as their offseason acquisitions would seem to have them closer to true Cup contention than they have been since 1994.

by · January 2, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · New York Rangers, Player Profiles
John Tortorella (James Guillory-US PRESSWIRE)

Anton Stralman: An Example Of The John Tortorella System

When Glen Sather, in a depth move, signed free agent defenseman Anton Stralman to a one-year, $900,000 deal last November, Ranger fans – myself included – were underwhelmed. The 25-year-old […]

by · November 30, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · New York Rangers
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Rangers’ Michael Sauer Still Suffering

Michael Sauer was never a flashy guy or a power play quarterback. From the time he joined the Rangers, he showed himself to be the kind of defenseman every team […]

by · November 24, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Injury Report, New York Rangers, Phoenix Coyotes
Matt Gilroy Returns to the Ranger Fold

Matt Gilroy Returns to the Ranger Fold

When the Rangers signed Boston University defenseman Matt Gilroy to a two-year deal in 2009, the hype surrounding the Hobey Baker winner was enough that most people didn’t question the […]

by · November 17, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · AHL, New York Rangers
Rick Nash (Jeanine Leech/Icon SMI)

Rangers Must Find Spaces for New Faces

As talks between the NHL and NHLPA continue, many fans maintain a cautious hope that the lockout might still be resolved in time to salvage the 2012-2013 NHL season. If […]

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Marc Staal’s Return to Form

When it was announced that Marc Staal was out of commission to begin the 2011-2012 season due to the lingering effects of a concussion caused by a hit from his […]

by · November 2, 2012 · 2 comments · New York Rangers