John Moore Suspended 5 Games

The NHL announced today that John Moore has been suspended for five games, meaning he’ll be eligible to return to the line-up November 11th against the Pittsburgh Penguins.  Moore’s hit cost him a Match Penalty in Monday Night’s 5-4 win over the Minnesota Wild, and lead to an autormatic review. With Moore out of the line-up, it […]

Big Apple Turnover

Every year you expect some degree of turnover.  Trades, free agency and injuries or conspire to change the face of an organization from year to year.  With still more than seven weeks to go until camp opens up on September 21st, the Rangers once again will have some significant differences. Ten players who were on […]

Weise Clamed by Canucks

The Rangers took a risk in trying to send down Dale Weise to Connecticut, and the gamble didn’t pay off.  The Vancouver Canucks have claimed the 23 year old forward, putting an end to a brief career as a Ranger. The Winnipeg, MB native had already been passed over in two consecutive drafts by the time the […]

Second Round Of Cuts Made

by Jamy Baron This morning, General Manager,¬†Glen Sather¬†has announced the Rangers’ second round of cuts. Some of these cuts may come as a bit of a surprise, but rest assured they were for the most part, the right decisions. Player(s) sent to the Connecticut Whale: (D) Blake Parlett, (D) Tim Erixon, (F) Ryan Bourque, (F) Carl Hagelin, (F) John Mitchell, […]

Line-up Announced For Preseason Opener

John Tortorella announced the roster for tomorrow night’s preseason opener against the Devils, and as promised it’s a team with several young players, and few veterans. Surprisingly perhaps, Henrik Lundqvist will get his first action of the season backstopping a roster that features just eight players who played for the Rangers last year. Backing up Lundqvist in […]

Day 1 Summary

Day one of Rangers Training Camp started with 63 players on deck, but notably excluded from the list was veteran Wade Redden and prospects Randy McNaught and Chris Chappell.  Redden will report directly to the Whale when they open up camp, while McNaught will return to the WHL.  Chappell was not invited to camp last year either, and would seemingly […]

Inexperienced Rangers Head Into Playoffs

The Rangers head into their Wednesday night series opener with the Washington Capitals with a big hill to climb. Of the 20 man roster that played in the final game of the season, only thirteen have played in the post season before. Of those thirteen players, only four have played more than forty post season […]

From A to Z

Six weeks after we started the series, we are finally at an end. With this profile on Mats Zuccarello the last in our 47 part series, we draw to a conclusion the preview of the Rangers’ season. Over this series we have profiled each player that the Rangers have under contract, whether they be in New York, […]

Camp Fire Stories

Traditionally Rangers training camp has been more about getting veterans into shape, than any real competition for spots. Not so in 2010, when the Rangers entered the preseason preparations with an abundance of players looking to rebound, along with several good rookies looking to make their mark. Certainly not all questions have been resolved, but […]

A Word To The Weise

The Rangers could open the regular season Saturday with as many as eight draft picks on the opening roster, along with two more who were undrafted signees that made their NHL debuts with the team. It’s quite a difference from the teams we saw in the late 90s, when the team was dominated by spare […]