Ravin’ Rangers – No. 18: Vic Hadfield

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As one of the most popular New York Rangers players ever, Vic Hadfield is second to few when it comes to the history of the team. Hadfield, who made his Rangers debut in 1961, spent 13 of his 16 NHL seasons […]

Ravin’ Rangers – No. 19: Steve Vickers

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It didn’t take long for Steve Vickers to make a name for himself in the NHL. As a rookie in 1972, after being taken 10th overall in the draft by the New York Rangers, Vickers was named as the Calder Memorial Trophy […]

Ravin’ Rangers – No. 20: Alexei Kovalev

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He may not be known too well for individual success with the New York Rangers, but make no mistake, Alexei Kovalev is a true Ranger. Drafted into the franchise in the 1991 NHL Entry draft, going 15th overall, it didn’t take Kovalev long to […]

Rick Nash Of The New York Rangers to Play for Davos

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The New York Rangers newly-acquired forward Rick Nash will be playing overseas during the current NHL lockout, reports said Monday. Nash, who was expected to play somewhere if the NHL’s CBA expired and the players became locked out, will join Davos of the […]

Lockout Now Imminent, Rangers Prepping for No NHL Season

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With an NHL lockout now less than 24 hours away, many teams are taking advantage of the final hours of the current collective bargaining agreement. Whether that means signing players to long-term deals, or more appropriately, placing two-way players on waivers so they […]

Sept. 11 About More Than Hockey in NY

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Almost everyone can recall the events that happened 11 years ago today. In hockey, no one was more affected by the Sept. 11 attack than the New York Rangers, who were set to kick off the 2001 season in weeks. […]

Will the Rangers Change System in 2012?

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For nearly seven months, everything the New York Rangers did worked. Playing a defensive-first style, the Rangers baffled teams inside their own blue-line, getting every player, regardless of skill-sets, to get down and block shots and keep quality scoring chances away […]

2011 Could Mark Beginning New Times For Rangers

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Year-in and year-out, the same, bland taste was left in the mouth of the New York Rangers organization. In their 17 years since they last won the Stanley Cup, there hasn’t been much to talk about in New York.  The […]

Rangers’ Lundqvist Hopes to Continue Success

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For the first time since the days of Mike Richter, the New York Rangers got substantial — and consistent — production from between the pipes last season. Playing in his seventh NHL season, Henrik Lundqvist was the best goalie across the league, […]

Martin Brodeur: Solid Play Proves He’s Among the Best

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Midway through game three of the New Jersey Devils opening round series against the Florida Panthers, New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur got the call that he said he’d never gotten before. First-year Devils coach Peter DeBoer yanked the all-time leader in wins […]

New Jersey Devils to Be Featured on National TV 13 Times in 2012

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A year removed from being one of the worst teams in the NHL, the New Jersey Devils will be one of the hottest topics in the league this upcoming season. After the Devils scintillating playoff run to the Stanley Cup Final, the […]