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 INJURY REPORT
Henrik Lundqvist 3/26
The Rangers sent Skapski down, so it appears Lundqvist is ready to go
 
Tanner Glass 3/17
Looks like he'll be back in the line-up tomorrow
 
Martin St. Louis 3/16
Per Larry Brooks, Rangers say St Louis will miss around 2 weeks
 
Kevin Klein 3/13
Only disclosed as an upper arm injury, projected to be back for the playoffs
 
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Tuesday - September 16th

According to Larry Brooks of the New York Post, the Rangers and Marc Staal have begun talks on a contract extension.

There is no progress to note at this stage, with Staal's agent reporting that talks are amicable and ongoing - or something to that effect. The Rangers are reportedly offering a similar deal to what Dan Girardi received in January, 6 years at $5.5M, about $500K or so less than what Staal is reportedly looking for.

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June 21st, 2013

How many of the Rangers 34 Head Coaches have been born in Quebec?

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Curt Bennett - 1948

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HOWIE GLOVER
(1963-1964)
  Born: Feb 14 - 1935  
  Pos: Right Wing  
  GP: 25  
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  PIMs: 9  
 
Mackenzie Skapski was sent down today confirming the King's return
TIME TO ADJUST SMOOTHLY
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:58:09 AM - March 25, 2015

It is a great time of the year to be a Ranger on the ice and off the ice. With the Rangers enjoying a race for the Presidents Trophy for having the best overall record, the Rangers are about to get their best player back from an extended injury stint. The Rangers are about to get their best player back after being given the clearance from the medical staff from his neck injury. As great as it is to have one of the best goalies in the world back in the Rangers lineup soon, the teams locker room has to adjust to his return. It was clear the team took the night off against the Kings in a drubbing that had them look like a hot mess on the ice as they already knew that the King was back. The Rangers looked like the exhailed and let their foot off the gas and it showed with a bad performance. At this time of year, the Rangers can not aford to let their game slip and readjust. The Rangers need to battle harder and make the adjustment to having Lundqvist back between the pipes as flawless as they did when Cam Talbot took over after the King's injury in leading the Rangers to the great run they have enjoyed. The Rangers need to work harder and make Henrik Lundqvist's comeback as easy as possible while getting ready for the playoffs in approximately 3 weeks.

The Rangers now have a huge trade chip in Cameron Talbot this coming summer with how he carried the Rangers while Hank was out injured. With a cap hit of only $1.45 million for next season, it would only be fair to give him a chance to be a starter somewhere and get either another teams top level prospect, a top 9 forward, or a 1st round pick. The bar was set last year when the team from Newark traded the #9 overall pick for Cory Schnieder when he had a cap hit of around $4 mil. Teams to expected to be in the biding are Edmonton, San Jose, and Toronto as they all have a need for a #1 goalie next season. Mackenzie Skapski has shown that he could be ready for a backup role next season along with NHL jouney man Cedrik Desjardins and with Brandon Halverson still at least 2 years away, the Rangers could pick up a cheap backup this summer.

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Lundqvist Cleared To Practice
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 9:41:12 AM - March 18, 2015

When Henrik Lundqvist was ruled out following a 6-3 win over the Florida Panthers - a game after he was initially injured - many expected the Rangers to drop back a bit from their hectic pace.  The opposite has been true, largely thanks to a Rangers offense that initially stood up and scored 33 goals in a seven game stretch through the middle of February, followed up by some stellar play by Cam Talbot and Mackenzie Skapski in relief  more

 
Rangers Going For It
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 9:33:24 PM - March 1, 2015

The NHL trade deadline in less than 24 hours away and it looks like Glen Sather was doing his due diligence to make the Rangers a Cup contender. The G.M. was expected to make a few changes and not shake-up the core for a 6th defenseman and a center to win some faceoffs. For all that follow Rangers G.M. Hall of Famer Glen Sather, it is easy to see how he loves to deal for former 1st round picks or guys that had connections with current rostered players, and he did not dissapoint this year  more

 
Best Deal Is Getting Healthy
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:52:43 AM - February 26, 2015

With the NHL trade deadline only a few days away, The Rangers have sent scouts NHL wide and have had many visit the confines of MSG. Even a few General Managers have stopped by the last few weeks, mainly old Rangers assistant G.M. Don Maloney, Toronto G.M. , and St. Louis G.M. along with their scouts  more

 
Rangers To Make A Move From Strength
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 6:39:26 PM - February 18, 2015

The offseason free agent signing of Kevin Hayes has been one of the highlights of this offseasons signings. The Rangers were in need of a third line center with the buyout of Brad Richards and his eventual signing with Chicago. The Rangers went on to sign ex-1st round Chicago pick Kevin Hayes for the max pay that was offered by a few NHL organizations as he picked the Rangers for their chance to return as a NHL Cup contender. So it was a sort of Richards for Hayes exchange plus $5.5 million cap savings.  That may turn out to be as good a deal as Gomez for Ryan McDonagh or DelZotto for Kevin Klein  more

 
Cam Holding Strong
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 9:57:35 AM - February 15, 2015

When Rangers all-world goalie Henrik Lundqvist went down with his neck injury there was alot of panic in Rangerland. The Rangers organization felt confident in putting the Stanley Cup finalist in his hands and with god cause. Last year when the Rangers were struggling, Cameron Talbot played while Lundqvist fine tuned his game once he was called upon. The Rangers have always had faith in their goaltending no matter which one is between the pipes with good reason as the Rangers are in a battle for a shot at the Metro Division title and with Cam as the man, these Rangers are 4-1-1  more

 
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03.25 Mackenzie Skapski Reassigned to Minors
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03.01 James Sheppard Received via trade from San Jose Sharks for 2016 4th Rd Pick
03.01 Carl Klingberg Received via trade from Winnipeg Jets for Lee Stempniak
03.01 Lee Stempniak Traded to Winnipeg Jets for Carl Klingberg
03.01 Chris Summers Received via trade from Arizona Coyotes with Keith Yandle and 2015 4th Rd Pick for Anthony Duclair, John Moore, 2016 1st Rd Pick and 2015 2nd Rd Pick
03.01 Keith Yandle Received via trade from Arizona Coyotes with Chris Summers and 2015 4th Rd Pick for Anthony Duclair, John Moore and 2016 1st Rd Pick
03.01 John Morre Traded to Arizona Coyotes with Anthony Duclair, 2016 1st Rd Pick and 2015 2nd Rd Pick for Keith Yandle, Chris Summers and 2015 4th Rd Pick
03.01 Anthony Duclair Traded to Arizona Coyotes with John Moore, 2016 1st Rd Pick and 2015 2nd Rd Pick for Keith Yandle, Chris Summers and 2015 4th Rd Pick
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