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1st line - Zibanejad
2nd line - Strome
3rd line - Goodrow/Chytil

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Thursday - August 26th

A contract with the last remaining RFA, Libor Hajek appears imminent according to Mollie Walker in the New York Post.

In some ways it's curious as to why the negotiations have taken this long, with Hajek not projected to be in the starting line-up at this point and perhaps more likely to be used as part of a future trade or to be used as depth in case of injury.

Kaapo Kakko 5/8
Sat out for preventative reasons in last game
Julien Gauthier 5/6
Left the game after seemingly twisting/spraining his knee on a hit along the boards
Artemi Panarin 5/4
Is expected to miss the rest of the season
Ryan Lindgren 5/10
Is feeling a lot better that he was, no mention of on-going concerns
Chris Kreider 5/10
Mentioned that he had back spasms that he could not shake the last two weeks of the season
Jacob Trouba 5/10
Feeling much better, and probably would have returned this week if the Rangers were still playing
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  Born: Jan 22 - 1985  
  Position: Center  
  Games Played: 63  
  Goals: 5  
  Assists: 11  
  Points: 16  
  Penalty Minutes: 8  

Thursday - August 26th - 2021

A contract with the last remaining RFA, Libor Hajek appears imminent according to Mollie Walker in the New York Post.

In some ways it's curious as to why the negotiations have taken this long, with Hajek not projected to be in the starting line-up at this point and perhaps more likely to be used as part of a future trade or to be used as depth in case of injury.

Monday - August 23rd - 2021

There has been no negotiations with any team around Jack Eichel since the decision was made to trade him, according to John Vogl in The Athletic. Vogl goes on to say that he does think he'll be traded before training camp - about a month away now, though he's not certain about that.

Monday - August 9th - 2021

So no real new information on Jack Eichel's disposition going into the point at which he's at risk of missing regular season games, but Ray Carpiniello was kind enough to leave us with this tweet before heading to vacation.

The thought process would be that while Mika Zibanejad has a NMC and is unlikely to want to end up playing next season in Buffalo, the Sabres would be able to then trade him to another team (or Zibanejad's choice) should such a complex maneuver be possible - as suggested by this tweet from Greg Whyshynski.

Friday - August 6th - 2021

Is something up with the Rangers and Jack Eichel? Stephen Valiquette with the
Cryptic Tweet this morning...something in the air?

Tuesday - August 3rd - 2021

Elliott Friedman is his regular 31 Thoughts that there are a number of teams enquiring after Arizona center Christian Dvorak. The 25 year old has had a moderate career to date, and is due $4.5M for four more years, but did put up some big numbers in the OHL.

Friedman mentions the Rangers as one of the teams that might have interest, and it may be the case as an alternative to Jack Eichel.

Saturday - July 31st - 2021

More speculation than rumor, but Larry Brooks suggests in today's New York Post that including Kaako Kappo in a deal that includes the Sabres retaining half of Eichel's salary, could be a deal winner.

Having Eichel on the team at $5M would allow the team to extend Zibanejad at around $9M, and go with two topline centers and still have enough to resign Shesterkin and Fox.

Whether it would work for Buffalo is another story, but certainly Kakko is considered a topline young player that would be a risk for the Rangers to give up.

Thursday - July 29th - 2021

Are the Rangers still in on Jack Eichel? According to Larry Brooks in the New York Post they continue to look at that option with the latest offer being Zac Jones, Vitali Kravtsov, Alexandar Georgiev and a 1st rounder.

Noticeably it does not include Filipino Chytil, which would mean the Rangers would have too many centers. According to the Ottawa Sun, the Senators still have interest in Ryan Strome so likely that would mean the Rangers would keep Chytil in order to cover for the loss of Zibanejad next year, with the hope that the 21 year old can find his game.

Tuesday - July 27th - 2021

Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun mentions that there are three teams that have shown interest in Ryan Strome, including the Senators. He also notes it will be dependent on what if anything happens with Jack Eichel.

Tuesday - July 27th - 2021

With free agency opening up tomorrow, the local writers have turned to speculating on names that could be of interest. Vince Mercogliano of Lohud gives his five, while Larry Brooks of the New York Post headlines with surprising UFA Nick Ritchie, though cost could be of concern.

Brooks also wonders if Canadien center Philip Danault might also be a target, though points out his contract his likely to be large for a third liner.

Ray Carpiniello in The Athletic also thinks Ritchie might be a good option.

Saturday - July 24th - 2021

Chris Drury says he wasn't really close to trading the 16th overall pick yesterday, with the Rangers holding onto it and drafting Brennan Orthmann.

Meanwhile in Buffalo, it appears that the relationship with Eichel is irreparably broken, but there's still no clarity on how or when it might be resolved.

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Question Of The Day

August 19th, 2021

Earlier this year the Rangers won by a margin of nine goals as they beat the Flyers 9-0. How many times has the margin been bigger?

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Complete Schedule
May 8th, 2021
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SECOND PERIOD: 1. NYR Miller (Richards,Chytil) NYR 1-0   2. BOS Ritchie (Debrusk,Mcavoy) Tied 1-1    THIRD PERIOD: 3. BOS Pastrnak (Marchand) BOS 2-1   4. NYR Zibanejad (Buchnevich,Strome) Tied 2-2   5. NYR Lafrenière (Bitetto,Buchnevich) NYR 3-2   6. NYR Kravtsov (Strome,Jones) NYR 4-2   7. BOS Marchand (Krejci) BOS 3-4   8. NYR Zibanejad (Buchnevich) NYR 5-3   9. BOS Bergeron (Grzelcyk,Mcavoy) BOS 4-5   
Boxscore Game Thread
  Team GP W L OT Pts  
  Penguins 56 37 16 3 77  
  Capitals 56 36 15 5 77  
  Bruins 56 33 16 7 73  
  Islanders 56 32 17 7 71  
  Rangers 56 27 23 6 60  
  Flyers 56 25 23 8 58  
  Devils 56 19 30 7 45  
  Sabres 56 15 34 7 37  

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