■  The Push to the Playoffs 1495 59  
  ■  Carcillo for game # 2......or not? 47 3  
  ■  Conference Quarterfinals: Game 1: Philadelphia ... 1575 86  
  ■  This is why Richards must be bought out this su... 438 21  
  ■  Above and Beyond: Earn It 29 0  
  ■  Once again, incompetent, lazy Boyle is rewarded 1032 49  
  ■  Fast Recalled 527 31  

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2012-13 ~ 2011-12
2010-11 ~ 2009-10

Ryan McDonagh 4/2
Left the game late after a hit by Burrows. Unofficially 'not serious' yet to get official report
Chris Kreider 4/2
Had surgery to repair his injured hand
John Moore 3/24
Left Columbus game after heavy hit

Friday - September 20th

Darren Dreger of TSN reports that the Rangers and Derek Stepan remain about $500K apart on a two year bridge deal.

According to Dreger, Stepan could miss the season opener, as the Rangers look ready to offer $3M a year, against $3.5M that the player is reportedly looking for.


Valeri Kamensky - 1966
Dan Lacouture - 1977
Nigel Williams - 1988

Game 1 was a 3 pointer for Brad Richards
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 1:35:22 PM - April 18, 2014

Brad Richards may have lost a step and may not be able to give 100% during the 82 game regular season, but he was brought into the Rangers organization for his key post season play. This regular season, Richards had a bounce back season(20 goals-31 asiist 51 points) and showed why the Rangers organization showed faith in Broadway Brad by not buying him out this offseason. Brad Richards and Derek Stepan scored in Game #1 only 47 seconds apart during a 4 minute powerplay after Carl Hagelin took a stick to the face from Jason Akeson of the Flyers. Richards' friend and summertime workout partner Martin St. Louis, added 2 assists in his first playoff game with the Rangers in which the Rangers powerplay worked so well that it will make teams think twice before taking any liberties with the Rangers key players.

The Rangers went down 1-0 on an Andrew MacDonald goal after a huge hit on Ryan McDonagh by Scott Hartnell in the 1st, after the Rangers started the game off controlling the play.  The Rangers answered back with a goal by Mats Zuccarello. Going into the 3rd, the game was tied at 1-1 until the 2 powerplay goals with 47 seconds, both assisted by St. Louis giving the Rangers a 3-1 lead. Then Carl Hagelin did more than sacrafice his face by scoring a goal to secure the win. Henrik Lundqvist was only called upon to save 14 shots after the 1st shot on goal got past him. Ray Emery is a solid goalie but he lets up alot of rebounds compared to Steve Mason who looks like will be starting game #2 on Easter afternoon looking to even up the series at 1 apiece taking away the home advantage from the Rangers heading back to Philadelphia.


St Louis Needs To Be MSL
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 8:49:50 AM - March 30, 2014

It would seem that Martin St. Louis is finally going to be playing with his work out pal and ex teammate Brad Richards tonight against the Oilers. This move makes the most sense as MSL was brought to New York to play his  game that has made him an elite in the NHL, and not a replacement to play a Ryan Callahan type game. So far in his games as a Ranger, MSL has seemed lost in adjusting to the Rangers system and the players he has played with haven't brought out the best parts of his game. It would seem like a no brainer that he can find his game with someone who he spent all summer with and is one of the reasons that he wanted to come to New York and also why Ryan Haggerty signed with the Rangers. All three spent time this summer training with the same group and all 3 have had very good seasons to date. (Richards has had a bounce back year, MSL was solid in Tampa, and Haggerty was a top scorer in the NCAA this season earning him an NHL contract)  more

Does The NHL want Attendance or BETTER Hockey?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:51:27 AM - March 12, 2014

With the General Managers in Florida meeting with League Officials on "how to make the game better", all they have to do to is give the players and coaches a REASON to play 'all-out' hockey for the regulation 60 minutes. Now that the season is drawing to an end and every team is fighting for every point, most teams are willing to play it to a draw, grab a point and hope they get the extra point in either overtime or a shootout. The days of seeing teams play "wide open" hockey are a thing of the past because of the way of the points are given out for wins(2 points) overtime/shootout loss(1 point) or regulation loss(zero points). So it would make sense that most teams are happy to get every game into overtime and hope for the 'bonus point'  more

WHat To Do? What To DO?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:22:43 AM - February 5, 2014

The Rangers are clicking on all cylinders right now and it is about to come to a halt due to the Olympics this weekend. There are alot of questions when the NHL starts up after the Olympics, like will the Rangers pick up right where they left off or will having the most players in the Olympics who play large roles on this team, alittle jet lagged, tired and have to re-adjust which will take a few games. A bigger question is, will all of the current players still be with the organization? There are 7 unrestricted free agents on this years team and there are alot of rumors at all levels from MSG network to TSN about Captain Ryan Callahan and defenseman Dan Girardi being offered up in trades due to their asking contract prices. With each of these decisions, there are at least 2 or 3 alternate decisions to be made from each key player  more

Finding The Right Pieces
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 12:03:38 PM - January 23, 2014

Back when the Rangers were starting their season on that horrible west coast swing, the team looked lost and confused. It had lost it's coach who held everyone accountable for everything and were without some key players and had a few fill-ins that just weren't good enough to play on this team. Coach A.V. used the start of the season as a "try-out" for some players and hoped that "game experience" would get the players to learn the system once the injured players came back into the fold. It took a long time, too long for most Ranger fans, but it sems as if the pieces might be in place and that the team and the system have gotten on track with each other  more

Goodbye DZ
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 1:42:23 PM - January 22, 2014

The Rangers have finally made the move that was expected for a few weeks. Michael DelZotto was dealt from New York to Nashville for Kevin Klein. Klein is a 6'-1" 200 lb. right side defenseman that the Rangers needed now that they realized that DelZotto could not play the right side which forced John Moore to play there on his offside. Now this trade addresses the need on the Rangers defense and sets up 3 sets of the normal 1 offensive and 1 defensive  player per pair. The pairs will now look like Ryan McDonagh/Dan Girardi, Marc Staal/Anton Stralman, and John Moore/Kevin Klein  more

Rangers add Carcillo
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 4:26:28 PM - January 6, 2014

The Rangers G.M. Glen Sather made a small trade with the L.A. Kings and acquired Dan Carcillo for a conditional 7th round pick in 2014. The only issue with this as far as I can see, is that the Rangers sent that pick to San Jose with Tommy Grant for  Brandon Mashinter. It was a conditional pick in the 7th round of 2014, but I am not sure of what the condition was. It would seem that whatever the condition was, it wasn't fulfilled. The Rangers did sign him this offseason which is usually the condition but I have searched everywhere possible and can not find out what the condition was. So, it seems like a no-brainer to bring in a player like Carcillo as he will force the Rangers to always play hard because with Carcillo playing on the edge like he has his whole career to date, the other teams will bring intensity which is something that this years Rangers have lacked in many games  more

September 18th - Alain Vigneault Interview





04.15 Matt Bodie Signed as a free agent for Undisclosed Terms
04.14 J.T. Miller Called up from Minors
04.07 Jesper Fast Called up from Minors
04.02 J.T. Miller Reassigned to Minors
03.31 Chris McCarthy Signed as a free agent for 3 years - $2.077M
03.26 J.T. Miller Called up from Minors
April 17th, 2014
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FIRST PERIOD: 1. PHI Macdonald (Hartnell) PHI 1-0   2. NYR Zuccarello (Pouliot,Staal) Tied 1-1    THIRD PERIOD: 3. NYR Richards (St. Louis,Nash) NYR 2-1   4. NYR Stepan (Richards,St. Louis) NYR 3-1   5. NYR Hagelin (Richards,Fast) NYR 4-1   
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  Penguins 82 51 24 7 109  
  Lightning 82 46 27 9 101  
  Canadiens 82 46 28 8 100  
  Rangers 82 45 31 6 96  
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