Post Tagged with: "Ryan McDonagh"

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Travis Sanheim: The Next Ryan McDonagh Or Draft Day Miss?

Flyers GM Ron Hextall certainly knows how to keep everyone guessing. After all, who even dreamt of the top overall pick in this year’s NHL Entry Draft to even be […]

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With Holes in Game, Rangers Playing Their Way Towards Back Nine

For anyone who happened to watch what people are calling a “Stanley Cup Playoff Second Round Game 4″ last night, you know how difficult it was to actually feel as though […]

by · May 9, 2014 · 0 comments · New York Rangers
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Why You Should Defend Matt Cooke

Matt Cooke has an ugly history, but don’t we all? Cooke was recently suspended seven games for this hit on Tyson Barrie… Was it a penalty? Absolutely. Was it dirty? […]

by · April 25, 2014 · 12 comments · Suspensions
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Broad Street vs. Broadway: 2014 Stanley Cup Metropolitan Semi-Finals Preview

Home ice is usually important in every playoff series, but in the first-round matchup between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers, it could be the difference maker. The Importance […]

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Which NY Ranger’s Extra Effort Will Get the Steven McDonald Award?

Tragedy into Triumph On July 12, 1986, New York City Police Officer Steven McDonald was shot 3 times while investigating bicycle thefts in Central Park. The shooting left him a […]

by · April 4, 2014 · 2 comments · New York Rangers
The Maple Leafs are happy to have Joffrey Lupul back in the lineup (John E. Sokolowski-US PRESSWIRE)

Fantasy Hockey Quick Hits: Injurious Basterds!

The bodies just keep piling up for fantasy hockey rosters. On the bright side for Pittsburgh Penguins fans is that Paul Martin is returning after missing 18 more games. For some reason, you get […]

by · April 4, 2014 · 0 comments · Fantasy, Injury Report
Callahan has served as the Rangers captain since 2011-12 (Rich Kane/Icon SMI)

Who Will Be the Next Captain of the New York Rangers?

After trading Ryan Callahan at the deadline, the New York Rangers now find themselves searching for a new leader with several players all capable of filling the role. In Ryan […]

by · March 16, 2014 · 1 comment · New York Rangers
Valeri Nichushkin has been compared to Rangers forward Rick Nash. (Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports)

New York Rangers: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

So the Rangers have started the 2013-14 hockey season 1-3-0.  Big deal.  This is the fifth time since 2005-06, that they have started out that way each time making the […]

by · October 12, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · New York Rangers
Roman Josi is paired with Shea Weber on Nashville's first defensive unit, and the results have been excellent thus far. (Russell LaBounty-USA TODAY Sports)

Roman Josi’s Extension: Bargain of a Benchmark

Roman Josi’s 7 year, 28 million dollar extension has been a guiding light for every GM this summer with a good young defenseman to re-sign, and – despite  the slew of […]

by · August 5, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Nashville Predators, Trades Contracts and Transactions
Ryan Fitzgerald has plays the game like Derek Stepan. (Rich Kane/Icon SMI)

Rangers’ Important RFAs and Other Offseason Musings

The upcoming offseason for the Rangers, as it is for any other team, is of much importance — this offseason in particular, however, is of vital importance to the Rangers […]

Rick Nash is an integral part of the Rangers' offense, so fantasy managers should see an uptick in his production when December rolls around as the forward gets readjusted. (Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports)

New York Rangers 2013 Season Wrap-up

The Rangers season was ended at the hands of the Boston Bruins on Saturday evening, in a 3-1 game five loss. It was most certainly disappointing, but inevitable — despite […]

by · May 27, 2013 · 2 comments · New York Rangers
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Bruins Keep Momentum Going with Game 1 Win

On Thursday night, fans were treated to 60+ minutes of hockey between two teams days removed from a grueling seven-game series in the first round of the 2013 NHL postseason. For the first 40 minutes of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, it was pretty obvious that both the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers were feeling the effects of their Game 7s played on Monday night. It was sloppy hockey from two tired teams in a game that seemed to be headed for irrelevancy, surely not to be remembered in playoff folklore for it’s thrilling moments and edge-of-your seat exciting.

Things changed in the third period, but hey, that’s nothing new–especially for the Bruins.

by · May 17, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Uncategorized