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Wednesday - June 26th

Elliot Friedmman of Sportsnet, reports that the Avalanche weren't willing to include the 16th overall pick to the Rangers in exchange for Chris Kreider.

Wonder who else wasn't willing to include a first rounder for him. Part of the problem of course is his UFA status next year, and then the expansion draft after that.

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September 29th, 2017

How many rostered players were on the ice for opening night 2016-17

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  BIRTHDAYS

Benoit Gosselin - 1957
Fedor Tyutin - 1983

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VIC RIPLEY
(1933-1935)
  Born: May 30 - 1906  
  Pos: Left Wing  
  GP: 38  
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  A: 14  
  Pts: 19  
  PIMs: 12  
 
Pavel Buchnevich has reportedly filed for arbitration
ARBITRARY DECISION MAY LEAD TO BIUYOUT
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 11:46:52 AM - July 5, 2019

At least two of the three Rangers eligible for salary arbitration has elected to file before today's 5pm Eastern deadline.  Pavel Buchnevich has reportedly made the request, a common practice by players, to increase the velocity of negotiations of contracts.

Defenseman Jacob Trouba also filed before the deadline, whoile forward Vinni Lettieri could also elect to file, though it might not help his quest to earn a regular spot in the NHL with the Rangers.

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Rangers Russian To Free Agency
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 11:20:27 AM - July 1, 2019

Leading up to the July 1st free agency period, the Rangers had been one of a handful of teams expected to make a bid for the services of left winger Artemi Panarin.  Along with the Panthers and Islanders, the Rangers had shown a lot of interest in the 27 year old Russian, hoping to accelerate a rebuild that is now entering it's second full season  more

 
Rangers Let Nine Go
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 11:03:34 AM - July 1, 2019

The Rangers entered the free agency period with nine players either not offered qualifying offers, or allowed to leave as Unrestricted Free Agents.  Of the nine, five had appeared on Broadway, with the remaining four not officially credited with any playing time, though Dustin Tokarski did operate as a backup goaltender  more

 
Vesey Sent To Buffalo
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 10:44:33 AM - July 1, 2019

The New York Rangers have sent winger Joimmy Vesey to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for a third round pick in the 2021 draft.  The 26 year old Boston native had spent three years with the Rangers after signing as a UFA in 2016  more

 
No Kid-ding He's Only 18
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 9:36:37 AM - June 22, 2019

In a surprise to few, the Rangers drafted 18 year old Finnish right wing, Kaapo Kakko last night with the second overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft.  I say unsurprisingly, because while a few might have hoped for Jack Hughes to be passed over by the Devils, the popular opinion - and it was pretty popular - was that they'd draft the young American, and let Kakko fall to the Rangers  more

 
Rangers Don't Qualify Three
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 8:38:55 AM - June 21, 2019

The Rangers elected to not extend qualifying offes to at least three players, including defenseman Fredrik Claesson.  The 27 year old blueliner signed as a UFA last Summer and served as a fill-in defender for 37 games, registering 2 goals, 4 assists, 9 penalty minutes and a +3 rating  more

 
Huge Part Of The Rebuild
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:17:11 AM - June 20, 2019

Everyone is excited with the moves the Rangers and G.M. Gorton have done so far this offseason. Trades for Adam Fox and Jacob Trouba along with the signings and bringing from overseas Vitali Kravstov, Igor Shesterkin, and Yegor Rykov. Also free agent from college Patrick Newell and Jr's free agent (and Dylan Cozens linemate) Jacob Elmer. The Rangers are far from done and Friday/Saturday will be amazing to see what happens from either Kakko or Hughes to seeing what/if trades will be made  more

 
Philly Throws Hayes-maker And Kreider Benefits
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 1:40:18 PM - June 19, 2019

So... there may have been a few out there who thought that maybe Kevin Hayes would return to New York as a free agent just months after being traded to the Winnipeg Jets as a Trade Deadline rental.  That of course will no longer happen, given that he has agreed to terms with the Philadelphia Flyers on a seven year, $50M deal

The duration and annual value were both impressive for a guy who probably could be considered an above average 2nd line center.  He plays in all situations, has good size and strength and when he's on, he can be hard to handle.  Still, he's not in the elite, and such is the market that a guy like Hayes can earn a seven year contract at over $7M per year  more

 
Jets Show Trouba Door
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 8:16:10 PM - June 17, 2019

The New York Rangers continued their off-season rebuild with the acquisition of prized defenseman Jacob Trouba from the Winnipeg Jets.  Going to Winnipeg is the 20th overall pick - a pick acquired by the Rangers from Winnipeg last season in the deal that sent Kevin Hayes northward - plus defenseman Neal Pionk  more

 
Rangers May Wing-It
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 2:43:51 PM - June 17, 2019

It's likely that Jeff Gorton is going to at least try to make some moves this weekend at the NHL draft, but it remains to be seen what he actually accomplishes.  With John Davidson now firmly in place as President of the New York Rangers, and the second overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, Gorton is well placed to adjust the direction of the rebuild  more

 
   STORY ARCHIVES  
  ► FREE AGENTS
RFA
LW Pavel Buchnevich $925,000
D Tony DeAngelo $863,333
LW Brendan Lemieux $839,167
C Vinni Lettieri $925,000
D Jacob Trouba $3,000,000
 
UFA
D Julius Bergman $714,167
C Connor Brickley $650,000
D Fredrik Claesson $700,000
G Brandon Halverson $772,500
G Chris Nell $925,000
D Rob O'Gara $874,125
  ► LATEST TRANSACTIONS
07.11 Kaapo Kakko Signed contract for 3 years - $2.775M
07.01 Dustin Tokarski Became Unrestricted Free Agent
07.01 Rob O'Gara Became Unrestricted Free Agent
07.01 Connor Brickley Became Unrestricted Free Agent
07.01 Brandon Halverson Became Unrestricted Free Agent
07.01 Chris Nell Became Unrestricted Free Agent
07.01 Fredrik Claesson Became Unrestricted Free Agent
07.01 Chris Bigras Became Unrestricted Free Agent
07.01 Daniel O'Regan Signed as a free agent for TBA
07.01 Greg McKegg Signed as a free agent for TBA
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Rangers Off-Season Has Been Imp...
- Forbes 7/8

Rangers Jacob Trouba and Pavel ...
- New York Post 7/6

Rangers: Buchnevich, Trouba fil...
- Westchester Journal News 7/5

Rangers Roster Coming Along Nic...
- WFAN 7/5

Where Rangers salary cap stands...
- New York Post 7/3

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- New York Post 7/2

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