Valliquette Backstops Shootout Shutout

The Rangers head into Detroit tonight (7:00pm – MSG) with a 6-1-0 record courtesy of Stephen Valiquette and his third NHL career shutout. The Rangers did it tough last night against the Leafs, needing a shootout to get one past Maple Leaf netminder Vesa Toskala and finish the game 1-0. Nikolai Zherdev opened up the scoring and Fredrik Sjostrom scored the game winner in the shootout, while Valiquette stopped two of the […]

Rangers Get An Oil Change

The 1994 Stanley Cup victory was perhaps the most important date in franchise history for the New York Rangers. Fifty four years of futility, mismanagement and bad luck was erased in an instant, thanks in large part to the Edmonton Oilers dynasty of the late 1980s. No less than eight players that season (seven in […]

Mom’s New Friend

Submitted by slammediam30 July 19th, 2006 I went to my first NHL game at Ottawa a few years ago, must have been 99, when Gretz, Richter, and Beukeboom played. We got to the Corel center early, to pick up our tix that we ordered online. In front of us was this 6ft tall, elderly white/blonde haired woman […]

Rangers Sign Simon

by Timmy Corbett The rangers have signed the mammoth 6′ 4″, 236 pound left winger, Chris Simon, and at age 31, his size is still a viable weapon. He also fills a huge hole the rangers have on the left wing. The Rangers are at risk of losing their top left wing prospect in John […]

Behind The Line

by Timmy Corbett The Rangers announced today they signed Greg de Vries. Greg is a good skater with good passing and shooting ability. He is good on the penalty kill and likewise on 5-on-5 action. He can score goals and gets good numbers on assists. Not once did I say great, not once will anyone […]

In The Corners

by Kevin Conway Alexei Kovalev is back in a New York Rangers’ uniform. After weeks of rumors and speculation, Glen Sather pulled a deal to bring one of the most skilled offensive players in the world back to Madison Square Garden , the place where he started his career. Every Rangers’ fan remembers the excitement that Kovalev brought to […]

Christmas In July

by Chris Ruddick Thank god the broken air conditioner in my car reminded how hot it was, because I thought I saw snowflakes falling from the sky. Glen Sather must feel like the luckiest man on the face of the earth right now. After years of having to sit on his hands with the money-strapped […]

Awaiting The Arrival Of The K-Train

by Gary Pino This upcoming season has to be the long awaited arrival of Tomas Kloucek? He is the cornerstone of the Rangers defense of the future, Bar None! His aggressive style of play cost him ice time with the Rangers last year, and was only given 52 games to prove he belonged with the […]

Time To Move On

Now that “the trade” has been completed many fans have progressed from shock to acceptance to a quiet excitement for the upcoming season.  If you’re like me you were probably already excited about seeing a team that would feature more youth than in recent years, a team that probably wouldn’t make the playoffs but would […]