Stealing My Thunder

by Jess Rubenstein You know some people just have to hog all the attention, they have to steal the spotlight from another and so what if they hog all the glory .   Damn that Glen Sather how dare he try to ruin my debut here at Outside the Garden, who the heck does he think he is?  Oh […]

Drury Cleans Out Scouting Department

Per The Athletic, Rangers General Manager Chris Drury has let several Rangers scouting staff go, including Gordie Clark.  Clark lead the Rangers scouting staff for more than a decade under first Glen Sather and then Jeff Gorton, before being demoted to the Pro Scout role after Drury took over last season. Also gone are Gordie’s son, Brendon Clark who had […]

First Look: Gerard Gallant

Training Camp is around three weeks away, and we’re already seeing the first players gather at the team’s practice facility in Greenburgh.  The coaches too are making their way into the city as they begin preparation for their inaugural training camp as a group. The New York Post’s Larry Brooks published a series of three […]

When The Sum Is Less Than The Parts

Barclay Goodrow for six years at $3.64M.  The trade of Pavel Buchneivch for only a slightly better return that what Lias Andersson drew less than a year ago – and a report that said the Rangers were willing to walk away from him for nothing.  The acquisition of Ryan Reaves for a third round pick, and his ensuing extension for […]

First Time First

Almost 19 hours after it happened, you’re still probably on a bit of a high as a Rangers fan, and why not, this is the first time the Rangers have ever earned the right to pick first in the NHL Entry Draft. Okay, well technically they did pick first in 1965 when there were only […]

The Season Is Dead, Long Live The Season

With just three wins in their last thirteen, and just three weeks or so to the trade deadline, it looks as if the Rangers are about to embark on something they’ve never really done in modern times: cash in now in order to help rebuild for the future. A slow start to the season, followed […]

A New Member Of The 400 club

In the ninety one year history of the New York Rangers a total of one thousand and twenty nine players have worn the Broadway Blueshirt.  Of those, only sixty seven have appeared in four hundred or more regular season games as a Ranger. Tonight that group will grow by one more, when Ryan McDonagh appears in his […]

Power Play At Boyle-ing Point

The Rangers are currently in their best stretch since the 1972-73 season when they went 14-0-2.  They’ve won 12 of their last 13 games and currently have the league’s longest win streak at four games, after having previously won eight in a row before losing to Dallas. A big contributor to the streak has been the success […]

Don’t Screw It Up!

After the euphoria of seeing the Rangers draw second pick in the 2019 NHL draft, the first time the team will pick in the top three since the introduction of the entry draft in 1969, old fears have begun to resurface. If fans had one message for management, it would be DON’T SCREW THIS ONE […]

Arniel and Samuelsson Official; Another On The Way?

The Rangers finally made it official that Ulf Samuelsson has joined the Rangers as an Assistant to Head Coach Alain Vigneault, and also confirmed the hiring of former Blue Jackets Head Coach as a second Assistant.   GM Glen Sather also indicated that the Rangers may not be done yet, following on from comments earlier by Vigneault that he’d […]