September 2nd, 2015 In NHL Goaltending, Rangers Goaltending 0 comments

Naming the best goalie in the NHL is usually a heated and opinionated debate. Much like a quarterback in the NFL or pitcher in MLB, the unique duties of the position and its ability to single-handedly support a team make it all the more polarizing. Typically, goalies are ranked on a "what have you done for me lately?" basis. Currently, Carey...

August 31st, 2015 In New York Rangers, News, Rangers Prospects 0 comments

The New York Rangers have announced their roster for the annual Traverse City prospects tournament. The roster includes some of their most exciting prospects, including University of Minnesota defenseman Brady Skjei, Calgary Hitmen standout Adam Tambellini and 2014 2nd round draft pick and Sault Ste. Marie goaltender Brandon Halverson. The...

August 31st, 2015 In New York Rangers, Rangers Goaltending 0 comments

Washington Capitals’ fans know all about Henrik Lundqvist; they know that he’s the best current goalie in the NHL never to have won a Stanley Cup. The Capitals have certainly tried to assist ‘King’ Lundqvist over the years – you know, by making sure they nearly always lose to the New York Rangers every postseason – but still the big...

August 26th, 2015 In New York Rangers, Rangers Transactions 0 comments

Over the past 2 seasons it would have appeared that the NHL and all its fans were in a New York State of Mind as the New York Rangers reached the Stanley Cup Final in 2014 and clinched the top playoff spot with the Presidents' Trophy in 2014-15. Upon falling short of the ultimate prize, the Rangers must gear up and prepare to take their...

August 12th, 2015 In New York Rangers, Rangers Transactions 0 comments

The New York Rangers have made another offseason splash by signing veteran center Jarret Stoll to a one-year $800,000 deal. Jeff Gorton and the front office began this offseason solidifying the core they had built over several seasons. In the last 48 hours they have shifted focus and started the process of rounding out the roster. Despite a...

August 12th, 2015 In New York Rangers, Rangers History 0 comments

A fan recently posed a question to me and to be perfectly frank, I don’t have a definitive answer. The question was, if Andy Bathgate’s number 9 can be retired by the Rangers alongside Adam Graves, shouldn’t Brad Park’s number 2 also be retired alongside Brian Leetch? If nothing else, it’s a thought-provoking question, so why don’t...

August 10th, 2015 In New York Rangers, News, Rangers Transactions 0 comments

The New York Rangers have signed forward Jarret Stoll to a one-year contract, the team announced on Monday. The deal carries a value of $800,000, according to Sportsnet's Chris Johnston. In 73 games with the Los Angeles Kings last season, he scored six goals and 11 assists while averaging just 15:29 of ice time per night, the lowest ATOI he's...

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