Ray Emery to Start Game 1 For Philadelphia Flyers vs. New York Rangers
On the eve of the New York Rangers’ first playoff game against the Philadelphia Flyers, the blue shirts are suddenly scheduled to face Philly’s backup goalie in Game 1. Philadelphia starter Steve Mason will miss Game 1 with an upper-body […]
Will 8-Goal Explosion Spark New York Rangers’ Offense Going Forward?
The New York Rangers, the team that has been struggling to score goals ever since the acquisition of Martin St. Louis, finally exploded for eight goals in a 8-4 win over the Ottawa Senators. Amazingly, none of the Rangers’ eight […]
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When Will Martin St. Louis Start Making an Impact with New York Rangers?
Without a doubt, one of the marquee stories of this year’s NHL trade deadline was that of Martin St. Louis. It’s been discussed at great length, his demands of a trade from the Tampa Bay Lightning thanks to an Olympic […]
Carl Hagelin Providing Unlikely Goal Production For New York Rangers
Though he should have four goals in his last two games instead of three, Carl Hagelin has been an unlikely source of scoring for the New York Rangers. On A team that has truly relied on its depth to win […]
New York Rangers: Controversial Call And Missed Opportunities Plague Team In Loss To San Jose Sharks
Martin St. Louis’ Penalty Actually Leads To A New York Rangers Win Over Winnipeg Jets
Since the New York Rangers‘ acquisition of Martin St. Louis at the NHL trade deadline, St. Louis has struggled to hit his stride with the Blueshirts. With zero goals and one assist through five games, the Rangers were hoping his sixth […]
Carl Hagelin Comes Up Big With First-Career Hat Trick In New York Rangers’ Win Over Winnipeg Jets
With the New York Rangers dropping their last two games and falling down to 3rd place in the Metropolitan Division, a win and two points was much needed, and the main objective, in their game against the Winnipeg Jets last […]
Despite Poor Effort, New York Rangers’ Playoff Hopes Very Much Alive
It has been a rough week for the New York Rangers so far. Two tough losses to the Carolina Hurricanes and the Minnesota Wild has set fans in a panic. Yet the Rangers still have a good opportunity to make the playoffs. The team has […]
New York Rangers Should Switch Carl Hagelin and Chris Kreider
Ever since the arrival of Martin St. Louis at the trade deadline, he has been placed on the New York Rangers‘ 2nd line with buddy Brad Richards and Carl Hagelin. Now, the chemistry between St. Louis and Richards goes back […]
New York Rangers Cannot Afford Another No-Show Effort
During the course of a long NHL season, each and every team, no matter how talented they are, will put forth a lackluster effort on a given night. For the New York Rangers, their most lackluster effort of the season […]