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Have the New York Rangers Improved?

Have the New York Rangers Improved?

August 5th, 2017 With the bulk of the NHL offseason transaction activity behind us, the start of the 2017-18 NHL season is just two short months away. For the New York Rangers -- who suffered a disappointing six-game defeat at the hands of the Ottawa Senators in the Atlantic Division finals in 2016-17 -- things had...
Holden for Spooner Makes Sense for Rangers & Bruins

Holden for Spooner Makes Sense for Rangers & Bruins

August 3rd, 2017 As the summer drags on, there is one headline that keeps resurfacing for the New York Rangers. Will Nick Holden be traded? The answer to that question is that he probably will be. It's just a matter of when it will occur, either during the latter stages of summer or during the season. In...

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David Desharnais and the Rangers' Center Depth

On July 4, the New York Rangers inked veteran centerman David Desharnais to a one-year, $1 million contract. The move is an incredibly low-risk signing—if he works out, it is very cheap and provides good value on the dollar, and if he does not, it is a contract that is easy to bury in the... July 23rd, 2017

Rangers Need Kreider to Continue Success

Before the 2016-17 season began, Chris Kreider avoided arbitration by signing a four year, $4.625 million extension with the New York Rangers. He ended up putting together a solid campaign on Broadway, making good on general manager Jeff Gorton's faith in the talented winger. He put together a... July 20th, 2017

Pavel Buchnevich Already Warming up the Engine

It wasn't an easy season for New York Rangers forward Pavel Buchnevich. The Russian had highs and lows in his first NHL season, also due to injuries. In this translated interview, originally appearing on the Russian website championat.com, Buchnevich talked about his summer plans, his debut season,... July 19th, 2017

Shattenkirk Creates Rangers Ripple Effect

On the opening day of free agency, the New York Rangers made an enormous splash, signing Kevin Shattenkirk to a four-year, $6.65 million AAV deal. Shattenkirk was driven to play for the Blueshirts and even approached the Rangers with this deal, which they did not turn down. This all but... July 3rd, 2017

Rangers Sign Kevin Shattenkirk

The New York Rangers have agreed to terms on a four-year contract worth $26.6 million with unrestricted free agent defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk. The deal carries a cap hit of $6.65 million annually and was first reported by Frank Seravalli of TSN with Bob McKenzie confirming the salary figures.... July 1st, 2017

Rangers Sign Ondrej Pavelec

After trading Antti Raanta to the Arizona Coyotes along with Derek Stepan, the New York Rangers were looking to solidify their roster at the backup goalie position. It looks as though they were able to fill the spot through free agency as they’ve signed former Winnipeg Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec,... July 1st, 2017