1. A Trip Down (Not So Great) Memory Lane, a Look at the 1998-99 Rangers Yearbook

    Digging through some old stacks of magazines in my house, I came across a very interesting discovery. Something that I never thought I would be able to find. The 1998-99 Official Rangers yearbook...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 667 reads 2 comments

  2. Del Zotto Is Making It Hard For Rangers to Send Him Back To Oshawa

    As the preseason began, many Ranger fans were happy to see that Del Zotto was going to be getting some game experience in the preseason...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 202 reads 0 comments

  3. Rangers Vs. Senators: Petr Nedved Returns to MSG in a Big Way

    From a few rows behind the Rangers bench—not what my ticket said—I was fortunate enough to catch my first live hockey game since Game Four of the second round against Pittsburgh last year...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 378 reads 4 comments

  4. Rangers Fall 3-2 in Preseason Opener, Dubinsky and Del Zotto Shine

    Finally, hockey is back. We've waited a long time to see this. The preseason is here. Something about preseason games always gets me excited...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 220 reads 2 comments

  5. Aaron Voros and Patrick Rissmiller Battle for Spots on the Rangers' Fourth Line

    With training camp under way, there are some forwards who are pretty much guaranteed a job with the team. Players like Gomez, Drury, Naslund, and Zherdev—among others—are already guaranteed spots on the big club this season...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 436 reads 0 comments

  6. Jason Klau's Playoff Predictions For The East and West

    Here it is, Jason Klau's predictions for the play off teams in both the east and the west West1. Detroit Red Wings- the obvious pick and you all know why. I'd be surprised if they don't win the cup this year2...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 298 reads 4 comments

  7. Will The Gomez and Drury Contracts Look Cheap Next Offseason?

    It was July 1, 2007. My rear end was glued to the seat by my computer,my eyes were fixated on the computer screen, and my fingers were refreshing TSN...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 205 reads 2 comments

  8. Colton Orr May See Less Time with the New York Rangers in '08-09

    Colton Orr has gradually become one of the top fighters in the NHL. Rangers fans saw a side of him last year that we hadn't seen before. At times, he would dominate other fighters. Hockeyfights...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 914 reads 5 comments

  9. Ryan Callahan Needs to Step It Up in 08-09

    As the Rangers inch closer to training camp, there are still many questions that need to be answered. One of those questions is, can Ryan Callahan step it up this year? If the answer isn't yes, his time as a Ranger might be coming to an end...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 439 reads 6 comments

  10. The Rangers and Islanders Both Have Different Ways Of Selling Tickets

    The Rangers recently released the new ticket prices for this year, and as expected, they've gone up. The cheapest ticket will cost you $34, but what they don't tell you, is that you must be a season ticket holder to pay that much...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 611 reads 5 comments

  11. For New York Rangers Fans, The Offseason Is a B...Oh, You Get It

    It's the middle of August now, and the offseason is in full swing—which means absolutely nothing is happening. Us die-hards try to pass the time by in our own constructive ways...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 381 reads 3 comments

  12. Rangers special teams breakdown Part 2: Power Play

    All season long, assistant coach, and power play coach, Perry Pearn was bashed for the failure of the Rangers to convert on the power play. While many people wanted him gone, it only seems fitting that he run in, I mean, look at his initials...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 452 reads 1 comments

  13. Rangers Special Teams Key To Success In 08-09 Part 1

    One positive note from last season was the team's penalty kill. Best PK% in the eastern conference, and 6th in the league overall, the rangers PK was one of their strengths...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 154 reads 2 comments

  14. Mats Sundin Looming Ominously Over the New York Rangers

    There's a new Brett Favre on the block, and his name is Mats Sundin. The only difference is that nobody talks about Sundin. Time has gone by, and he still remains a controversial issue among hockey fans...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 1,388 reads 9 comments

  15. Blair Betts, The Rodney Dangerfeild of the Rangers Gets No Respect

    Walking through the halls of MSG, you will see many names on the backs of jerseys. There are the all to common Lundqvist jerseys, the Jagr jerseys, and the Shanahans...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 56 reads 12 comments

  16. Brendan Shanahan Wants to Stay In New York, New York Wants Shanahan to Stay Out

    We've seen some great moments from Brendan Shanahan over his two seasons. His 600th goal, or his wrist shots in the shootout that beat a goalie who knew it was coming, or any of his 108 points in his 2 year stint with New York...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 807 reads 12 comments

  17. Tom Renney Faces Big Year as New York Rangers Head Coach

    When training camp opens up this fall, Tom Renney and his staff will have a big task on their hands. After failing to advance past the second round for the second year in a row, Tom ...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 471 reads 9 comments

  18. Rangers Preseason Schedule Makes New York Fans Take a Backseat

    The Rangers recently released their schedule for their preseason games—and as expected, some games will be played in Europe. The preseason kicks off on September 20—in Ottawa, for some reason...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 592 reads 3 comments

  19. NYR In Review, Covering the New York Rangers

    www.nyrinreview.blogspot.com is my new Rangers blog and is affiliated with the more popular site of NHL2Day, with top hockey contributors from this site, Greg Caggiano and Alan Bass...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 6 years ago 250 reads 1 comments