1. NHL: As the Season Winds Down, Bottom Feeders Look to Play the Spoiler

     If there’s one thing the NHL is known for, it’s toughness. Regardless of the situation, players play with an edge not seen in other sports...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 3 years ago 80 reads 0 comments

  2. Anaheim Ducks Lead the List of Potential Playoff Upsets

    In a Western Conference ripe with potential upsets, the Anaheim Ducks are threatening to do some major damage in April...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 3 years ago 202 reads 0 comments

  3. As Trade Deadline Nears, NHL GMs Get Busy

    Did the NHL move the trade deadline and not tell me? With over a week before the trade deadline (February 28 th ), general managers are getting an early jump on the trade market...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about almost 4 years ago 1,216 reads 14 comments

  4. Peter Forsberg Ends His Comeback: Hall of Fame Bound in 5 Years

    Overshadowed by another legendary retirement in pro sports by Ronaldo, Peter Forsberg of the Colorado Avalanche is prepared to announce his official retirement from hockey today...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about almost 4 years ago 1,405 reads 0 comments

  5. Garth Snow and the Waiver Wire Fail of This Era

    The former San Jose Sharks goaltender might have made the biggest mistake of his career when he left the NHL to go to Russia...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about almost 4 years ago 83 reads 7 comments

  6. New York Rangers' Top 10 Prospects

    In the last couple of seasons, the New York Rangers have been seeing a rise in homegrown prospects. With a core already constructed of a few key, homegrown players, the Rangers ...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about almost 4 years ago 3,160 reads 6 comments

  7. New York Rangers' All-Time Shootout Lineup

    It's the middle of a boring offseason. The Rangers have made a couple of moves in the last few days, signing Kings forward Alexander Frolov as well as trading "fan favorite" Donlad ...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 4 years ago 5,827 reads 16 comments

  8. New York Rangers Looking for North American Approach to Building Future

    After 21 years as a member of the Rangers European Scouting team, Director of player personnel for Europe, Christopher Rockstrom, has been let go by the organization. The man who scouted star goalie Henrik Lundqvist is gone...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 4 years ago 1,009 reads 3 comments

  9. Could Sather Ship Michal Rozsival Out West To Anaheim?

    With the NHL draft, and the Free Agent period fast approaching, many teams are looking to shake things up. One such team is the New York Rangers...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 4 years ago 2,255 reads 9 comments

  10. 10 Free Agent Signings that Just Make Sense

    Though there are two teams still left playing hockey, the other 28 are looking forward to two days. June 25, when the NHL Entry Draft begins, and July 1, Free Agency, when many players begin the job hunt...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 4 years ago 2,774 reads 15 comments

  11. John Tortorella Faces Pivotal Year As Rangers Head Coach in 2010-11

    With his first full season as Rangers head coach, and the Rangers first season of just 82 games since before the lockout, John Tortorella is already on the hot seat...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 4 years ago 319 reads 2 comments

  12. Goalie Watch; An Early Look at the 2010 Free Agency

    Although the playoffs are still in full swing for the 8 remaining teams, it is never to early for the other 22 teams to take a look at who will be available come July 1st, when the Unrestricted Free Agents become available...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 4 years ago 194 reads 0 comments

  13. Should New York Rangers Look To Move No. 10 Overall Pick at the NHL Draft?

    In just seven weeks, 30 NHL GMs and their staffs will hit the draft floor at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. When the Rangers have their turn, it is set to be their highest pick since 2004, when they used the No...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about over 4 years ago 753 reads 16 comments

  14. Tom Renney Must Play Dan Fritsche

    Another loss, and another day of anger for the fans of the New York Rangers. Every fan has a new opinion on what needs to be done for this team to get back to the top of the eastern conference, or at least stay on pace for a playoff spot...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about almost 6 years ago 243 reads 7 comments

  15. Keys To Success in 2009 For The New York Rangers

    With 2009 under way, the Rangers will look to find their old form as they start the new year in Washington against the Capitals tonight. They left 2008 with a home win against the Islanders, in a game that they did not play their best...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about almost 6 years ago 112 reads 0 comments

  16. Hits To The Head Should Always Be a Part Of Hockey

    The hot topic in the NHL lately has been the number of serious head injuries sustained because of hits to the head. As hockey fans, we have all seen some nasty checks, and some scary moments on the ice...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 220 reads 11 comments

  17. What New York Rangers Fans Should Be Thankful For

    First off, happy Thanksgiving to all of the great BR writers who contribute such great articles to this site. One thing we all can be thankful for is this great BR community...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 320 reads 2 comments

  18. New York: Tom Renney is Screaming At Deaf Ears

    It was another bad day for the New York Rangers, and head coach Tom Renney must feel worse then anyone. It almost looks like the New York Rangers' ship has hit an iceberg, and as hard as he ...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 277 reads 4 comments

  19. New York Rangers' The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Nov. 15 Vs. Boston

    In this segment, I will take a look at the good, the bad, and the just plain ugly parts of last night's 3-2 SO win over the Boston Bruins. The Good Markus Naslund- The clutch goal in the last minute was huge...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 422 reads 1 comments

  20. Michal Rozsival Is Falling Out of the Good Graces of New York Rangers Fans

    Earlier today, I was coaching my team of six-to-eight-year-old players. We did a simple drill. Pass the puck across, and receive a pass back. We tough the simple mechanics of receiving a puck...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 258 reads 1 comments

  21. Rangers Collapse in Toronto Is Not The End Of The World

    It all looked great for the New York Rangers. 2-0 lead, late in the third period, when John Mitchell of the Maple Leafs notched his first NHL goal at 12:36 of the third period...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 123 reads 2 comments

  22. Rangers-Penguins: New York Rallies Late, Looks To Carry Momentum Against Isles

    Sidney Crosby had control of the puck as he moved through the neutral zone. There were just 20 seconds left, and the Rangers had an empty net. He sent the puck towards the Rangers goal...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 270 reads 0 comments

  23. Blair Betts, Fredrik Sjostrom, and Colton Orr of the NY Rangers Show Offense

    Many New York Ranger fans have complained that the team has not been getting enough offense from their fourth line.During the 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on October 11th, the Rangers got exactly that...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 377 reads 0 comments

  24. New York Rangers' "Playstation Line" Making a Big Impression

    With a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks, the Rangers have started 3-0 for the first time since the 1989-90 season. But more then the team's record that is creating a buzz among Rangers fans...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 1,071 reads 1 comments

  25. New York Rangers Prague Trip Could Hurt Them Long Term

    The New York Rangers have the best record in the NHL after a 2-0 trip in Prague, beating the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in each game, with strong games each time...

    JKlau Sportz Bro Written by JKlau Sportz Bro about 6 years ago 402 reads 8 comments