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Either Josh Jooris (New York Daily News) or Dylan McIlrath are likely to find themselves on waivers when Pavel Buchnevich returns from back spasms.

The team is expected to cut the roster down to 22 players, and as such one of the two will need to be either moved or sent down.

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MAKING THE COACH HAPPY
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 2:36:48 PM - January 16, 2018

It seems that coach Alain Vigneault and G.M. Jeff Gorton still are not on the same page as 23 year old 4th liner Boo Nieves was sent down to the AHL Wolfpack and 27 year old journeyman Peter Holland was brought up from Hartford to fix all the Rangers issues. Vigneault loved using Tanner Glass in key minutes and this season now has Peter Holland to join David Desharnais, Steve Kampfer, and Paul Carey to use over the young players that Jeff Gorton has brought into the system to add youth, speed, and skill to replace the Rangers core that has been moved out in Stepan, Girardi, etc...

The Rangers G.M. has visions of what he wants the Rangers to look like going forward and changed most of the players on the Wolfpack roster and made caproom this past summer by trading Derek Stepan and Antii Raanta for the #7 pick Lias Andersson and a "must have" from Arizona in Anthony DeAngelo whom coach Vigneault didn't give an NHL chance to in contrast to what the G.M. had visioned. The same goes for G.M. Gorton's visions for Keith Yandle who was traded for a #1 st round pick, 2nd round pick, defenseman John Moore, and forward Anthony Duclair. Yandle was brought in to quarterback the powerplay and a 1st pairing defenseman while the coach used him in such a totally different way that the Rangers traded his rights away instead if resigning him. The next season the big deal was for Eric Staal for 2 2nd round picks and a prospect so that Eric Staal would be a 1st line center and powerplay specialist. Of course coach Vigneault put him on the wing instead and played him as if he lost his talent which he has shown this year in Minnesota to still have the offensive skill when used correctly with 19 goals and 19 assists at the halfway point in this season. Last year was the deal for Brendan Smith for another 2 2nd rounders in which he was brought in for muscle and a pairing with either college teammate Ryan McDonagh or Brady Skjei but this season after the G.M. signed him to a 4 year $4.35 per year contract, coach Vigneault has semed fit to healthy scratch him and would rather play journeyman Steve Kampfer,

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Winter Classic And More
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:21:26 AM - January 3, 2018

The Rangers and Buffalo played the Winter Classic to be a showcase for the NHL and they did not disappoint anyone. As a fan that bought tickets for myself and my family in October, of course we were hoping for cold but managable weather but got freezing weather to make it the 2nd coldest Classic to date. Fans from both teams were in great spirits as we were all layered in our clothing, but still felt the cold right through to our bones. But nobody was complaining as both teams played great games and even got extra time out of it and both got points. The Rangers gpt the exttra point on a rebound goal by J.T. Miller which made the Rangers fans fel all warm inside and heading for their cars and the warmth while heading home happy and looking forward to what this new year coud mean for the Rangers  more

 
Back To The Backup
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 12:10:09 PM - December 11, 2017

The mess tat was the Rangers' first month, perhaps made it easy to overlook yet another challenge facing the team after a Summer of change.  With reliable netminder Antti Raanta sent to Arizona in a trade, New York was faced with picking up yet another backup  more

 
Changes keep coming slowly
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 12:55:46 PM - December 6, 2017

The Rangers came out to start this season looking nothing like the team that has been competing for the playoffs. Most of the team was the same except for the trade of Stepan/ Raanta and the buyout of Girardi. Kevin Shattenkirk took a hometown discount to come to the Rangers. David Desharnais and Ondrej Pavelic were brought in to fill needed holes of depth over the summer. Since the season started, General Manager Jeff Gorton has made 3 depth changes that provide the Rangers with NHL experience for when injuries occur as Ryan Sproul (24 years old 6-4" 211 lbs) was traded for Matt Puempel (who last year was claimed off of waivers), Peter Holland ( 26 years old 6-2" 200 lbs) was traded for Adam Cracknell who was picked off of waivers this year and didn't work out after a few games try and then sent to AHL Hartford. Yesterday, G.M. Gorton signed free agent goalie Marek Mazanec (24 years old 6-4" 190 lbs) and he is also assigned to Hartford with yesterdays NHL backup goalie Alexander Georgiev which means that Henrik Lundqvist will be able to play or at least backup for Friday's gave against the Capitals. 

After a terrible start that had everyone thinking a trade was coming or a coaching change, the  team has righted it's play and are now within striking range of a wild card playoff spot. The Rangers got hot with captain Ryan McDonagh out with an abdominal injury and with Mika Zibanejad out with a concussion. Boo Nieves has come up from Hartford and supplied the speed and size needed for the 4th line and is doing a solid job on faceoffs. David Desharnais has provided the Rangers a stop gap center that has been up and down the lineup. This Rangers team has a far way to still go to become a solid playoff contender, but there is a better feel around Rangerland these days  more

 
Better, But More Work To Do
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 3:14:47 PM - November 14, 2017

Eighteen games in, and the New York Rangers find themselves back in the mix for a playoff spot.  It's only early days, but the 2-8-2 record through the first 12 games really put them on the back foot and called into question the future of Head Coach Alain Vigneault, General Manager Jim Gorton and franchise netminder Henrik Lundqvist  more

 
Player or Coach--Who goes First?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 8:36:07 AM - October 30, 2017

A tweet from Shawn Simpson of TSN--- "Schoenfeld, Leger, Sather, & Risebrough from NYR all here tonight. Very rare to have senior staff at one game. "  The game is the Habs vs Sens     The guess would be from the Habs Alex Gachenyuk who is a 23 year ole American who has been dropped to the 4th line over the last few games by the Habs. He is contracted for 3 more years at an yearly average of $4.9 million per.  The Rangers have made deals with the Senators lately and Kyle Turris  could be the piece from the Senators the Rangers are looking at. Turris is 28 years old and this year is making $3.5 and is a UFA next season. It has been in the rumor mill that the Senators are looking to move Turris because they don't think they'll be able to afford him after this season. Both players are ex 1st round picks.  Looks as if something will happen soon  more

 
Shakeup Starting at the Garden
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 1:54:36 PM - October 24, 2017

The N.Y. Rangers G.M. Gorton have started to shake things up. The Rangers have put Adam Craknell on waivers after he was picked up off of waivers around 2 weeks ago, as he was clearly not the answer. The Rangers have also sent Tony DeAngelo to Hartford to get regular minutes while improving his game.  Ranger G.M.'s have made some major moves for coach Vigneault in the last few years in keeping within the Cap, by bringing in big name talent like Eric Staal and Keith Yandle to only have Vigneault not put them in the position to succeed and for them to only be rentals instead of future pieces to a Rangers core because of their failure to make the Rangers better. The one trade that G.M. Gorton has made for the future core is Brassard for Mika Zibenajed and a 2nd round pick that was added to a 3rd round Rangers pick to bring in Brendan Smith  more

 
A.V. 's Getting Warm
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:36:13 AM - October 19, 2017

The Rangers have acquired Red Wing defenseman Ryan Sproul. Ryan Sproul is a 24 year old, 6-4 205 pound dman. The price for Sproul was Rangers winger Matt Puempel. For a Rangers organization that seems set at the NHL and AHL level, this seems to be a piece towards a bigger move  more

 
Holden His Own
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 10:06:19 AM - October 13, 2017

It appears as if Nick Holden, who was a healthy scratch for the first two games of the season, will play tonight alongside Ryan McDonagh.  At least to begin with that is.  As the Rangers season has progressed, the defensive pairings could be measured in minutes rather than games.  

So far the Rangers have dressed eight blueliners with Steven Kampfer, Holden, Brendan Smith and Tony DeAngelo all rotating in and out of the line-up for the first four games.  Smith will return to the line-up tonight against Columbus, having been a healthy scratch the last two games  more

 
DeAngelo and Smith Sit
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 12:57:59 PM - October 10, 2017

After dressing seven defensemen in Sunday's win over Montreal, Vigneault has elected to go back to a regular six man unit, pushing Tony DeAngelo out of the line-up, and keeping Brendan Smith out of the line-up as a healthy scratch for the second straight game  more

 
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01.15 Cristoval Nieves Reassigned to Minors
01.15 Peter Holland Called up from Minors
12.28 Vinni Lettieri Called up from Minors
12.05 Alexandar Georgiev Called up from Minors
12.05 Marek Mazanec Signed as a free agent for 1 year - $650K
11.30 Adam Cracknell Traded to Montreal Canadiens for Peter Holland
11.30 Peter Holland Received via trade from Montreal Canadiens for Adam Cracknell
10.25 Cristoval Nieves Called up from Minors
10.25 Adam Cracknell Reassigned to Minors
10.25 Tony DeAngelo Reassigned to Minors
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