IN THE FORUMS >> VIEWS REPLIES  
  ■  Game 18: Boston Bruins @ Rangers 2/26/21 - 7pm,... 509 129  
  ■  Panarin leave of absence 637 40  
  ■  DeAngelo waived 2675 168  
  ■  Chytil back skating again 80 1  
  ■  Game 17: Rangers @ Philadelphia Flyers 2/24/21 ... 409 73  
  ■  Miller placed in COVID protocol 85 0  
  ■  Pack schedule released 361 2  
OTG POLL

How will the Rangers do this season?

Win the Cup
Cup Finalist
Division Finalist
Playoffs
Miss Playoffs

Previous Polls
RUMOR MILL

Wednesday - February 10th

Bob Mackenzie was on the intermission tonight in the Bruins - Rangers game and said that there are still teams interested in Tony DeAngelo, but that maybe it'll take a little distance from his recent incident for a deal to get made.

Part of the reported hesitation has been over potential backlash from the fanbase and local media to an acquisition from prospective teams, and with time, any heat would be mitigated a little.

No doubt things will mellow a little over time, but if you're a team/GM willing to make the move, then you're probably going to have to deal with a certain level of backlash, should you make the acquisition...as well as risk

  MORE RUMORS...
 INJURY REPORT
Filip Chytil 2/25
Chytil skated for the first time today, though appears like he won't be ready for tomorrow. Oh yeah, he also had COVID while he was out.
 
Jacob Trouba 2/23
Skated this morning, but still weeks away from a return
 
Kaapo Kakko 2/20
Placed in NHL COVID Prtotocol
 
  MORE INJURY NEWS...
SEPTEMBER 24TH, 2014
CAPTION THIS
Read the submissions so far and see if you can come up with the best caption for today's photo

Best Of:
2014-15 ~ 2013-14
2012-13 ~ 2011-12
2010-11 ~ 2009-10


Question Of The Day

September 29th, 2017

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

Answer...
  BIRTHDAYS

Bob Cunningham - 1941
Gary Doak - 1946
Mike Wilson - 1975
Jacob Trouba - 1994

  SEARCH BIRTHDAYS
  RANDOM RANGER

JEFF BRUBAKER
(1987-1988)
  Born: Feb 24 - 1958  
  Pos: Left Wing  
  GP: 31  
  G: 2  
  A: 0  
  Pts: 2  
  PIMs: 78  
 

Home Cooking
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ - January 24, 2009

Before the lockout, the Rangers were known mostly for one thing: failure. Seven years of playoff futility was highlighted by a stream of aging, high priced veterans, who for the most part failed to perform in the bright spotlight of Broadway.

Four and a half years on, and the Rangers have moved on with three successive post seasons, and seemingly a fourth one on the way. Also gone are the big egos, though not necessarily the big salaries, and for the first time since the early 90s, we see a team that has a large contingent of home grown talent.

No less than 10 of the 26 players within the organization who've had NHL experience, have spent their entire career with the Rangers. A further four have played more than half their career in New York.

Eight Rangers draft picks have played for the Rangers this season, lead by the likes of Henrik Lundqvist, Brandon Dubinsky, Ryan Callahan and Marc Staal. Petr Prucha, Nigel Dawes and Lauri Korpikoski all have played supporting roles, while Corey Potter made his NHL debut this season.

Also of interest is the lack of reliance on one team to provide the bulk of the talent to the Rangers. During the 90s it was the Edmonton Oilers who fueled the team, after the lockout it was the Penguins. As of this season, no other NHL team has provided more than two players to the Rangers, though Boston, Buffalo, Calgary, Columbus, Phoenix and Pittsburgh all share that honor.

Another trend that has been broken is Glen Sather's penchant for selecting players who've played for other teams within the Atlantic division. Eric Lindros, Bobby Holik, Vladimir Malakhov, Jaromir Jagr, Michal Rozsival and Scott Gomez, Martin Straka all came from division rivals...either directly, or having established their careers there. In 2008-09, only four players have experience from Atlantic division teams, prior to joining the Rangers (Gomez - NJD, Valiquette - NYI, Rozsival - PIT and Naslund - PIT).

The trend is expected to continue this year, with the team potentially as much as 38% home grown by the end of the season, a further 5% increase over today's mark.

2008-09 Rangers
100% Henrik Lundqvist (235 of 235)
100% Petr Prucha (229 of 229)
100% Dan Girardi (164 of 164)
100% Brandon Dubinsky (136 of 136)
100% Marc Staal (128 of 128)
100% Ryan Callahan (114 of 114)
100% Nigel Dawes (107 of 107)
100% Lauri Korpikoski (35 of 35)
100% Corey Potter (2 of 2)
100% Dane Byers (1 of 1)
90% Colton Orr (190 of 211)
89% Blair Betts (270 of 305)
81% Stephen Valiquette (30 of 37)
55% Michal Rozsival (289 of 526)
43% Aaron Voros (41 of 96)
21% Paul Mara (128 of 611)
20% Fredrik Sjostrom (64 of 325)
19% Scott Gomez (122 of 672)
17% Chris Drury (130 of 758)
15% Nikolai Zherdev (48 of 331)
9% Dmitri Kalinin (48 of 514)
7% Dan Fritsche (16 of 222)
5% Wade Redden (47 of 885)
4% Markus Naslund (48 of 1083)
1% Patrick Rissmiller (2 of 182)
0% P.A. Parenteau (0 of 5)


Profile of the Author:
Has been an active follower of the New York Rangers since the 1996-97 season. Began OutsideTheGarden.com in 2001, and has continued to collect data and provide analysis on the team through to the current day.

 Additional stories from Toby Ivey:


YOUR COMMENTS

 
  HEADLINES
Rangers looking forward to �uni...
- New York Post 2/15

K'Andre Miller is latest key Ra...
- New York Post 2/15

Rangers� veterans not making st...
- New York Post 2/14

How Adam Fox went from lifelong...
- New York Post 2/14

Tony DeAngelo bares his soul in...
- New York Post 2/13

Artemi Panarin Out With Lower B...
- Lohud 2/12

The Rangers� defense looks dram...
- New York Post 2/12

Rangers' Artemi Panarin could b...
- New York Newsday 2/11

Trading Tony DeAngelo Is Provin...
- Lohud 2/11

Rangers lose in OT to Bruins on...
- New York Newsday 2/10

More news...
  NEXT GAMES
Friday Feb 26th
7:00pm - Home

Sunday Feb 28th
12:00pm - Home

Tuesday Mar 2nd
7:00pm - Home

Thursday Mar 4th
1:00pm - Road

Saturday Mar 6th
7:00pm - Road

Sunday Mar 7th
7:30pm - Road

Tuesday Mar 9th
6:00pm - Road

Thursday Mar 11th
7:00pm - Road

Complete Schedule
February 26th, 2021
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
  1 2 3 T
1 3 2 6
0 1 1 2
FIRST PERIOD: 1. NYR Gauthier (Lindgren) NYR 1-0    SECOND PERIOD: 2. NYR Strome (Lafrenière,Kreider) NYR 2-0   3. BOS Bergeron (Pastrnak,Marchand) BOS 1-2   4. NYR Blackwell (Fox,Strome) NYR 3-1   5. NYR Kreider (Strome) NYR 4-1    THIRD PERIOD: 6. NYR Buchnevich (Fox,Lindgren) NYR 5-1   7. NYR Brodzinski (Rooney,Smith) NYR 6-1   8. BOS Marchand (Pastrnak,Zboril) BOS 2-6   
Boxscore Game Thread
  STANDINGS
  Team GP W L OT Pts  
  Bruins 18 11 5 2 24  
  Capitals 19 10 5 4 24  
  Islanders 19 10 6 3 23  
  Flyers 16 9 4 3 21  
  Penguins 18 10 7 1 21  
  Rangers 18 7 8 3 17  
  Devils 15 7 6 2 16  
  Sabres 17 6 8 3 15  
FULL STANDINGS

About Us -  Site Map  -  Contact Us


?Copyright OutsideTheGarden.com 2001-21
This site and rolex replica uk it's content is in no way affiliated replica watches sale with, or representative rolex replica sale of the 
NHL
, NHLPA or the New York Rangers