Rumor has it Patrick Marleau would be open to a trade to the New York Rangers, but the Blueshirts should slam that door shut.
The New York Rangers have always been considered a dynamite team in the NHL. They have not made the Stanley Cup final since the 2013-14 campaign, but they could be there again this spring.
The Rangers are in first place, but are still not playing up to their potential.
The New York Rangers are once again a likely candidate to make the 2015-16 postseason, but here are five things they need to do to ensure that happens.
New York Rangers fans have to be wondering if Rick Nash and Chris Kreider are still on the team. If the Rangers hope to make a Stanley Cup run, they will need Nash and Kreider to start scoring.
Alain Vigneault's accept-no-excuses approach demonstrates a clear message to his New York Rangers: the time to win is now.
Keith Yandle was brought to the Rangers last season to be the missing piece of a championship puzzle, and he may also be that missing piece this season for one big reason.
Dylan McIlrath is finally realizing his potential and it couldn't come at a better time for the New York Rangers.
The Rangers may have lost some key forwards this past offseason, but they may emerge from training camp with the most offensive depth they’ve had in years. Find out why here.
The New York Rangers had a relatively quiet offseason. That leaves a lot of questions unanswered coming into the season.