The Bridgeport Sound Tigers Have a Whale of a Second Period

Marc DesRosiers-US PRESSWIRE

There was a battle between the New York Rangers and New York Islanders minor league affiliates when the puck dropped in the American Hockey League regular season last night; the Rangers represented by the Connecticut Whale and the Islanders represented […]

Wade Redden: The Forgotten Ranger and the NHL Lockout

Kevin Hoffman-US PRESSWIRE

For those of you who don’t remember, Wade Redden is still technically a New York Ranger.  Redden hasn’t seen the ice on Broadway in over two years after being unceremoniously relocated to the Ranger’s American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the […]

Will the Real Brian Boyle Please Stand Up?

Eric Bolte-US PRESSWIRE

There wasn’t much fanfare surrounding Brian Boyle’s arrival on Broadway over three years ago.  The hulking forward standing 6’7″ and weighing 244 pounds was by no means a shoe-in for the Rangers opening day roster and was, at best, a […]

Martin Biron: The New York Rangers Backup Plan

Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE

Henrik Lundqvist may be known as “The King” on Broadway, but even kings need a support system.  While Lundqvist gets all the glory and often has much of the 18,200 in attendance at Madison Square Garden chanting his name, much […]

The NHL’s Most Dangerous Players: “The Best of the Rest” Edition

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  In part one of my series, I analyzed the NHL‘s deadliest weapons.  While Evgeni Malkin, Claude Giroux, Steven Stamkos, Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin could prove to be an NHL goaltender’s worst nightmare, this list of superstar talent is […]

Five Deadly Threats: The NHL’s Most Dangerous Players

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With the NHL Lockout firmly underway and little progress shown between the owners and NHLPA, it’s time to re-evaluate who might make the biggest splash when and if the NHL resumes play this season.  In part one of my upcoming […]

Sidney Crosby & Alexander Ovechkin: The Key to a 2012-2013 NHL Season

Geoff Burke-US PRESSWIRE

Since the NHL Lockout has begun a lot of attention has been paid to the well-to-do players refusal to take a pay cut.  The average NHL’er earns more than 2 million dollars per year, more than the average fan could […]

Is an NHL Lockout & a Healthy Marian Gaborik the Key to New York Rangers Stanley Cup Glory?

Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE

You’d be hard pressed to find a harder working team than head coach John Tortorella’s New York Rangers.  The blue-collar mentality and concept of earning your ice time through hard work was a message the head coach sent out to […]