1. NHL 2013 Season Preview: The Time Is Now for the New York Rangers

    First, some numbers. 228: This is the number of days since Adam Henrique scored the overtime heartbreaker that sent the rival New Jersey Devils to the Stanley Cup Finals...

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  2. Rick Nash Trade Rumors: New York Rangers Heading Towards a "Nash"-ty Mistake?

    According to popular opinion, the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers are at the forefront of the impending Rick Nash trade sweepstakes. Now, there are many upsides to Rick Nash...

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  3. 2011-2012 NHL Preview: New York Rangers Begin All over Again

    It is still left to be seen whether Brad Richards is the second coming of Mark Messier, but you do there is a sense of "getting the band back together" around the Rangers lately...

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  4. New York Rangers: GM Glen Sather's 2011 Summer To-Do List

    In an explosion of love, Brad Richards is now a part of the New York Rangers . He has already come out and said that his history with coach John Tortorella was the biggest factor in suiting up for the Blueshirts next season...

    Russell McKenzie Written by Russell McKenzie about over 3 years ago 1,191 reads 10 comments

  5. New York Rangers Continue To Struggle: What Do They Do Now?

    It should be a good thing. This is the time of year that, if you've been bitten by the injury bug, you want to get your best players back healthy for the push to the playoffs...

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  6. NHL: How Long-Term Contracts Are Killing Teams

    With the chaos that Ilya Kovalchuk 's lifetime deal with the Devils has seemingly caused in the early goings of this NHL season, it seems appropriate to examine the productivity of the exclusive members of the lifetime contract club...

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  7. Ilya Kovalchuk Chaos Only the Beginning for 'New-Look' Devils

    Here are some warning signs that a franchise is in trouble. Your star has under-achieved through the first 10 games of the season. Your normally steady goalie's play has been inconsistent...

    Russell McKenzie Written by Russell McKenzie about 4 years ago 1,271 reads 23 comments

  8. Rangers Notes: Islanders Ride Their Power Play and Edge Rangers Late, 6-4

    Here are a few things that Rangers fans can take away from today's Rangers-Islanders game. Regardless of the result, the Rangers offense seems to be firing on all pistons out the gate...

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  9. New York Rangers 2010-2011 Season Preview: The Mystery Remains

    Another off-season has passed us Rangers' fans by, and we got to bear witness to another logic-defying Glen Sather contract (known henceforth as the Brashear Blue Plate Special), ...

    Russell McKenzie Written by Russell McKenzie about 4 years ago 396 reads 4 comments

  10. The Stanley Cup Carnival Begins: The Eastern Conference Preview

    Oh, that magical time of year has begun once again! It's springtime, a time of renewal. It is the season of Lord Stanley's tournament to decide hockey dominance. There will be heroes...

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  11. New York Rangers Breakup Day: Lamenting Another Wasted Season

    One has to wonder where the Rangers that stormed through the final three weeks of the season were when they were going through a midseason slump that led them to a less-than-glorious 24-31-9 stretch...

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  12. Ten Days After: What We Can Take Away From Olympic Hockey

    It's been 10 days since the men's hockey team of Canada woke up with a gold medal. Looking back on the marquis tournament that took place in Vancouver over two weeks in February, players, ...

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  13. Rangers-Senators: Scouting Report for March 2, 2010

    The Olympic break couldn't have ended fast enough for the Rangers. After going 3-9 over a 12-game stretch leading up to the Olympics, they began to find their rhythm again at the end and won ...

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  14. It's Miller Time: USA Men's Hockey Team Advances

    Switzerland raised their sticks to the crowd at the end of the game. They exited the ice knowing that their hockey program and it's reputation gained an immense level of respect. However, today's victory didn't belong to them...

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  15. 2010 Winter Olympics Player Profile: Jenny Potter, Hockey Mom Hero

    Jenny Potter, known outside of U.S.A. hockey circles as Jenny Schmidgall-Potter, has played in every Olympic hockey tournament since the IOC introduced the event in 1998, at the Nagano games...

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  16. Won't Get Fooled Again: USA Women's Hockey Has a Date with Gold

    Let your mind flash back to the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin.  It was the semifinal game in the women's hockey tournament, and the matchup was Sweden versus the dominant U.S. team...

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  17. No Miracle: USA Again Proves Why the Underdog Always Gets Its Day

    In the silence that fell on Canada Hockey Place after the closing handshakes, you could almost hear the following things: First, you could hear a gaggle of Canadian children, midget goalkeepers ...

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  18. 2010 Winter Olympics: U.S. Women's Hockey Escapes After Sloppy Play

    U.S. goaltender Jessie Vetter saw 23 shots this afternoon, as the U.S. provided Finland with the perfect opportunity to upset this powerhouse. Thankfully, Vetter powered through and managed the mess that Finland caused in front of her crease, and the U..

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  19. 2010 Winter Olympics: Jenny Potter, US Women's Hockey Continues To Dominate

    Amidst talks of instilling a mercy rule in the event, or removing the event entirely from future Olympic schedules, the US Women's Hockey team continues to be a powerhouse in their preliminary round blow out of Russia...

    Russell McKenzie Written by Russell McKenzie about almost 5 years ago 1,308 reads 1 comments

  20. USA-Switzerland: Team USA Comes Out Firing Against the Swiss, There Is a Plan

    You get the feeling that being the underdog to win Vancouver gold suits these youngsters just fine. Today, the USA Men's Hockey team overcame Switzerland 3-1...

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  21. 2010 Winter Olympics: U.S. Women's Hockey Opens Medal Hunt With Beating

    Four years ago, the U.S. Women's Hockey team escaped Torino with a Bronze medal. Normally, this would have been a major accomplishment for any other team. However, this team is different. They are in it to win it all in Vancouver...

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  22. New York Rangers Win Again: Who Are These Guys Redux?

    The look on Tampa Bay Goalie Mike Smith's face said it all. You couldn't see it, but you knew it was there. Rangers' Bad Boy Sean Avery had just scored on him—a penalty shot, no less...

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  23. New York Rangers-Pittsburgh Penguins: Who Are THESE Guys?

    Every single game, it seems, a different Rangers team shows up. Last night we saw a team that thrived in the face of adversity. Marian Gaborik was active for the game, and had 4:02 in mainly useless ice team before calling it quits for the night...

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  24. Rangers-Penguins: Scouting Report for Feb. 12, 2010

    With the New York Rangers currently on the outside looking in with regards to the playoffs, the Penguins are all ready to retake the Atlantic division lead...

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  25. Are New York Rangers Feeling the Winds of Change Blowing?

    With the Olympic break bearing down on the NHL, it seems like a good time to look back on these band of derelicts we call the New York Rangers...

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