1. Ryan McDonagh Signs with Rangers

    The New York Rangers made a big move to bolster their blue-line this week by signing defenseman Ryan McDonagh to a professional contract despite the fact that McDonagh had previously ...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 631 reads 1 comments

  2. Brandon Prust Resigned by the Rangers

    The Rangers have agreed to terms with forward Brandon Prust on a two-year deal worth $1.6 million. Prust was a restricted free agent, and the two sides worked quickly to hammer out a deal...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 259 reads 1 comments

  3. Vinny Prospal Resigns with Rangers

    The New York Rangers have resigned center Vinny Prospal to a one-year $1 million contract with another $1.1 million in incentives that are said to be easily achievable, according to Larry Brooks of the NY Post ...

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  4. Derek Boogaard Signs with New York Rangers

    In my last post I passed along a rumor that the Rangers were not going to sign forward enforcer Derek Boogaard. It turns out that I, and Andrew Gross, were wrong...

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  5. Jody Shelley Won't Be Back on Broadway

    Jody Shelley has had a long and relatively undistinguished career as an enforcer in the NHL, which made it a surprise that he came over to the Rangers and infused so much enthusiasm...

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  6. Martin Biron Signs with New York Rangers as Backup Goalie

    The Rangers have finally found a way to ensure that they won’t be forced to overwork goalie Henrik Lundqvist , as they have signed an experienced backup goalie in Martin Biron to a two-year, $1...

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  7. Erik Christensen Re-signs with New York Rangers

    The Rangers have announced that they have resigned center Erik Christensen to a one-year deal for a still undisclosed amount of money. As long as the money is low, this deal makes sense...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 169 reads 1 comments

  8. LIVE BLOG: 2010 NHL ENTRY DRAFT FIRST ROUND

    Welcome to Broadway Hockey Daily’s live blog of the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft! We’ll be updating periodically throughout the night, with the most recent update appearing at the top of the post...

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  9. Getting Donald Brashear's $1.4 Million Contract Off the Books

    As if Ranger fans needed another reason to hate Donald Brashear, Glen Sather and the Rangers gave them another one last season when they signed Brashear to a two-year $2.8 million contract...

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  10. Chris Drury Ignored at New York Yankees Game

    Nobody likes hockey anymore. It makes me sad, but in the past few years it has been my feeling that people just don’t like hockey as much as they used to...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 691 reads 1 comments

  11. Olli Jokinen and New York Rangers Not on Speaking Terms

    According to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN, the agent for center Olli Jokinen said that the Rangers have had no contact with his client and expect Jokinen to find work on the open market...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 478 reads 1 comments

  12. Glen Sather Reveals New York Rangers Offseason Plans

    Rangers general manager Glen Sather recently sat down with Larry Brooks of the NY Post and spoke with him about the team’s offseason plans. “We have to get better,” Sather acknowledged...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 1,168 reads 7 comments

  13. NHL: Top 50 Free Agents in 2010

    To give everyone an idea of who the top free agents available are, I went out and found a good list to share with everyone. This list comes via AOL’s NHL FanHouse 1. Ilya Kovalchuk, F 2...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 1,935 reads 1 comments

  14. Rangers Trade Rumors: Intersted in Rights to Volchenkov

    Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun has reported that the Senators may trade 28-year-old defenseman Anton Volchenkov before he becomes an unrestricted free agent in July, and he listed the Rangers among the possible suitors...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 676 reads 6 comments

  15. Read: Rangers and Sather Celebrate 10 Years of Mediocrity

    Despite already being 10 years from his last Stanley Cup, the Rangers made a big deal out of signing Glen Sather as the team’s GM 10 years ago today (that makes it 20 years since Sather’s last Cup)...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 522 reads 1 comments

  16. Artem Anisimov: New York Ranger Has Wrist Surgery

    The Rangers forth-line centerman, Artem Anisimiov, had surgery yesterday to remove bone chips in his right wrist from an injury he sustained while playing in the World Championships last month...

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  17. RIP Gary Coleman 1968 – 2010

    Ladies and gentlemen, it brings me no pleasure to report this. Gary Coleman has reportedly passed away after being taken to the hospital last night because of a brain hemorrhage, according to CNN...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 405 reads 2 comments

  18. 'Canes Get Head Start on Staal Family Reunion; Acquire Jared Staal From 'Yotes

    Rangers defenseman Marc Staal may have one more reason to look forward to games against the Carolina Hurricanes in the coming years...

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  19. Rangers Report Card: Henrik Lundqvist

    One of the things that professional athletes, particularly hockey players, are often chastised for is the vague, empty nature with which they answer questions from the press...

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  20. Olli Jokinen Deal Paid Off for Rangers

    Despite the fact that the Rangers season came to a disappointing end when Olli Jokinen appeared to half ass a final shootout attempt that made you think that he was more interested ...

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  21. NY Rangers Report Card: Brandon Dubinsky

    Brandon Dubinsky has been one of the Garden Faithful’s favorite Blueshirts from the very beginning of his NHL career...

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  22. More Rumors Signaling Nikolai Zherdev's Return…

    Well, where there’s smoke, there’s usually fire…or so the saying goes, right? We’ve been hearing little tidbits about the possibility of “enigmatic” ...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 1,451 reads 3 comments

  23. New York Rangers Player Report Card: Enver Lisin

    It’s always fun(ny) to look back on a particular transaction that brought forth a good dose of enthusiasm and optimism from the fanbase, but ended up crashing, burning, and fading into relative obscurity...

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  24. Rangers Report Card: Sean Avery

    One of the most disappointing aspects of the 2009-10 New York Rangers season was the overall performance of superpest Sean Avery...

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  25. TSN's Dreger shoots down Jokinen-to-Minsk rumor

    We were oh-so-close to finally having something to laugh about regarding “Joker” (his horrid play aside). Earlier today, Russian website Sportsdaily...

    New York Hockey Daily Written by New York Hockey Daily about 4 years ago 35 reads 0 comments