What Would It Take For New York Rangers To Acquire Evander Kane?
The New York Rangers need to make some changes to the roster they have right now. They have limited offensive talent and this is hurting the transition from John Tortorella‘s defensive-minded system to Alain Vigneault‘s puck possession, uptempo offensive system. [...]
Rick Nash Needs To Be Dominant Every Game for New York Rangers
The New York Rangers traded for Rick Nash in the summer of 2012 in the hope that he was the missing piece of their Stanley Cup puzzle. It came at the expense of two of the team’s top grinders, Brandon [...]
Carl Hagelin Needs A Bigger Role For New York Rangers
Carl Hagelin is one of the New York Rangers‘ most important players. He is the fastest player on the team, and when he is on his game, he creates more offense than most other players for the Rangers. But for [...]
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New York Rangers Show Resiliency Again, But Fail To Finish The Job
There was something different about this game between the New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins. The game was physical and intense, two attributes the Rangers have not been showing as of late. The Rangers dug themselves another deep hole [...]
Should New York Rangers Send Boston Bruins An Offer For Brad Marchand?
According to various reports, the Boston Bruins are growing tired of forward Brad Marchand‘s antics on and off the ice, and may deal him sometime in the near future. In Marchand’s latest episode, when the Bruins were at the Vancouver [...]
New York Rangers Need To Have Better First Periods
The New York Rangers have been getting off to dreadful starts over their last give games. During those last five games, all at Madison Square Garden, the Rangers have trailed 2-0 in every contest. This has been a real problem [...]
New York Rangers’ Forward Chris Kreider Becoming A Clutch Goal Scorer?
Chris Kreider seems to have a flare for scoring dramatic goals in big games. The New York Rangers‘ young forward is starting to develop a mentality that he can put the puck in the net at the most crucial times. [...]
New York Rangers Finally Show Some Pushback
The New York Rangers don’t play well when they give up the first goal. In fact, they have been the worst team in the NHL when giving up the first goal with a record 0f 1-15. The word “pushback” has been associated with the [...]
New York Rangers Centers Must Elevate Their Play
It has been a constant struggle for the New York Rangers to get consistent play out of their center iceman. They have had five players play center this season and only have 21 goals to show for it. Brad Richards has almost half of [...]