All Quiet

The New York Rangers pokes into the 2016 Entry draft, and July 1st free agent signing frenzy had all the force of a Pillsbury Doughboy belly slap. The draft pick poor, and cap strapped Rangers General Manager Jeff Gorton pretty much accomplished all he could. Grabbing the still available Sean Day with their third round pick, was […]

Be Careful

Many are the New York Ranger fans, bloggers, forum posters and unpaid experts calling for big roster changes before the next puck drops. Big, when you consider most are hoping Rick Nash, Kevin Hayes, Marc Staal and Dan Girardi are all on the other side of the rink, when the summer ends. Indeed a monumental task for Mr. Gorton, when you […]

It Is What It Is

Todays lineup against the Detroit Red Wings is what it is, and will be for the season duration. That’s assuming Rick Nash, Marc Staal and Henrik Lundqvist return from their injuries and Derick Brassard is able to fight through the flu. The important matchup will be the first time all hands will be on deck, since the Rangers acquired Eric Staal at […]

Oh Brother

The rapidly approaching NHL trade extravaganza brings up familiar questions, at least as they have applied to the Rangers last two trade deadlines. Are the Rangers buyers or sellers? Are they in it to win, or not? Are they willing to mortgage their future or not? Questions once again the Rangers face. Time will tell […]

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 […]