1. New York Rangers: Headed in the Right Direction

    Before I get into the details, let me say it's great to be back from the exciting vacation land known as Pennsylvania. After a one week hiatus that included no computer during free agent frenzy, I'm happy to be sitting here...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 639 reads 13 comments

  2. Tampa Bay Lightning Sign Ryan Malone, Gary Roberts Next?

    Just days after trading a draft pick to the Pittsburgh Penguins for the rights to Ryan Malone and Gary Roberts, the Tampa Bay Lightning have come to terms with Malone, and are very close to signing Roberts as well...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 684 reads 3 comments

  3. New York Rangers: A Realistic Look at Free Agency

    In several of my last free-agency articles, I have been called many things—most not so polite. I try to be bold in my predictions, and rather then taking them with a grain of salt, people have attacked me for making them...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 586 reads 7 comments

  4. Conversation with Ken Armer

    The NHL community is clearly the most tightly knit community on Bleacher Report. All writers are more then happy to help each other with writing and editing, while constructive criticism is taken as motivation to get better, not as an insult...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 431 reads 4 comments

  5. Brian Rolston Is All I Want for My Birthday

    I'll be turning seventeen this Wednesday and will be spending my week long vacation in one of my favorite historical destinations: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 586 reads 24 comments

  6. New York Rangers Prospect: "I Want to be Like Malkin"

    In this nice little story, Evgeny Grachev, the Rangers' third round selection in this year's draft, is already making some news...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 455 reads 1 comments

  7. Martin Straka: Done as a New York Ranger

    In a breaking news story released by the Blue Shirt Bulletin, Martin Straka has officially announced that he has left the National Hockey League to continue his career in the Czech Republic...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 192 reads 4 comments

  8. History of the New York Rangers: Part One, the 1920's

    As suggested by NHL co-community leader, Ken Armer, I am going to start a new series on the New York Rangers. My first series this summer was a ten-part series detailing the "Top Ten Most Important People in Franchise History...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 1,230 reads 0 comments

  9. Turnin' Back the NHL Clock: Kansas City Scouts

    The fourth team to be covered in this series is the Kansas City Scouts, who played from 1974-1976. When the NHL expanded in 1974 by creating the Washington Capitals franchise, they evened things out by putting a team in Kansas City...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 3,657 reads 3 comments

  10. Mats Sundin: "New York is my Desired Destination"

    Once again, I bring you breaking news from the Rangers although I'm not sure how I stand on this subject. It is now official; just days after getting permission to talk to Montreal and New York, ...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 1,295 reads 20 comments

  11. Open Mic: An Analysis of General Managers from All Sports

    When I got the subject of this week's Open Mic, I was really excited, as I think a lot of other Bleacher Report writers should be. All of us sports fans, no matter what the sport, dream of being involved with our favorite team in one way or another...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 334 reads 6 comments

  12. Out on a Limb: Predicting Next Season’s Final NHL Standings

    Yeah, as the title of this article says, I’m going out on a limb (a very thin one at that) and I’m going to predict next season’s final NHL standings. Be it as it may, before the pre-season, heck, even before free agency...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 2,427 reads 32 comments

  13. Jaromir Jagr: Takin' it Easy

    Here we go, after two weeks of silence between the two parties, the NY Post along with myself have just learned of the situation...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 305 reads 2 comments

  14. Marian Hossa, Boston Bruins Mutually Interested

    Before today, all the talk about Hossa moving to Beantown was just that, talk. But right now, I have learned that the Boston Bruins are the top contender for Hossa to end up...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 1,267 reads 0 comments

  15. Turnin' Back the NHL Clock: Cleveland Barons

    The third defunct NHL franchise to be covered in this series is the Cleveland Barons. After nine seasons of listless hockey and no fan support, the California/Oakland Seals made the transition from the coast to the mid-west in search of a better fan base.

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 806 reads 0 comments

  16. New York Rangers: Still a Chance to Bring Back Jaromir Jagr and Sean Avery?

    Contrary to other reports, some even by myself, it appears that the Rangers are closer to bringing back Jaromir Jagr and Sean Avery then originally thought...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 966 reads 10 comments

  17. Rangers Given Permission to Talk to Brian Campbell

    I have just learned along with the New York Post that San Jose Shark's general manager Doug Wilson has given Glen Sather and the Rangers permission to talk to defense man Brian Campbell a week before the free agency period in the NHL begins...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 548 reads 6 comments

  18. Young Hockey Career Ends Before It Even Gets Started

    David Carle, the younger brother of San Jose Shark Matt Carle, had his dream of playing in the NHL ended yesterday when he was diagnosed with a heart condition, a condition that will end his hockey career...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 905 reads 14 comments

  19. Bleacher Report Milestone 20,000 Reads for Greg Caggiano

    Since the first article had a problem and didn't publish correctly, I'll give it another go here: In the footsteps of other Bleacher Report writers, I have decided that since 20,000 ...

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  20. New York Rangers Go the Italian Way in The 2008 Draft

    For the second straight year the Rangers have drafted an Italian defenseman. Last year it was Bobby Sanguinetti and this season it's Michael Del Zotto...

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  21. New York Rangers: Hold onto Your Chairs!

    I had just finished eating a bagel and drinking a large, black gas station coffee (Exxon is the best, in my opinion) when I turned to the sports section of the New York Post to see if there was any news on the Rangers...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 30 reads 3 comments

  22. NHL Draft Day Special: Late Round Steals Year by Year

    In this article, I will go through the drafts of every single season since the first NHL entry draft in 1979 and pick the best steal of each draft. You may be surprised that some of your NHL heroes were such late round picks...

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  23. Evgeni Malkin to Los Angeles Kings Is Serious Trade Rumor

    Pull up a chair and listen tight, the biggest news in the hockey world today is upcoming in this article. It's been well known that the Penguins may have been shopping Evgeni Malkin or that he would return to Russia...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 3,671 reads 27 comments

  24. Ray Getliffe, Second Oldest Former NHLer Passes Away

    Just two days ago on June 17, 2008, the second oldest former NHLer, Ray Getliffe passed away at the age of 94. A former Montreal Canadien and Boston Bruin, Getliffe was known as a hard-hitting forward who had a nose for the net...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about over 6 years ago 274 reads 1 comments

  25. New York Rangers Have Violated League Constitution

    Relations between the New York Rangers' ownership and Gary Bettman took a turn for the worse today when the NHL announced that they have sued Madison Square Garden...

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