1. Montreal Canadiens For Sale

    The Montreal Canadiens may be for sale soon, according to numerous sources, including CBC.ca, AP, AHN, and ctv.montreal. George Gillett is restructuring his assetts and the sale of the Canadiens could be part of a plan to sort out his varied holdings...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 428 reads 6 comments

  2. Sean Avery's Karma as Former King of Agitators

    Sean Avery returned to the New York Rangers a milder man, less likely to get in a fight or even take a penalty, but still an aggressive fore-checker who hits hard, plays with a lot of energy, and yaps or chirps to get his team's opponents off their game.

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 186 reads 3 comments

  3. New York Rangers' Sloppy Second Period on Sunday Splits Weekend Homestand

    The New York Rangers played well on Saturday, winning their game against the Buffalo Sabres, but a sloppy second period led to a loss to the Ottawa Senators on Sunday...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 118 reads 0 comments

  4. Rangers-Thrashers Preview: And Then There Were Eight For The New Yorkers

    The New York Rangers, in 10th place with 86 points, take on the Atlanta Thrashers, in 27th place, with 66 points, on Thursday. In their countdown to the playoffs, it is game No. 9 for the Rangers and eight for the Thrashers...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  5. Garden of Dreams Turns Bad for Rangers with Loss to Ottawa Senators

    The Ottawa Senators upset the New York Rangers 2-1 in Madison Square Garden.It was "Garden Of Dreams Awareness Night" with the Garden of Dreams Foundation to make dreams come true for kids in crisis at Madison Square Garden on Sunday night...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 160 reads 4 comments

  6. New York Rangers Reborn at Twilight

    The many connections between the New York Rangers and the movie based on the novel Twilight are eerie. I made the connection when I read an article that quoted Sean Avery saying he preferred playing in Madison Square Garden at night...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 256 reads 3 comments

  7. New York Rangers' Countdown: And Then There Were 10

    Like American Idol, the British TV show Countdown, and the Agatha Christie bestseller called And Then There Were None, the regular season for the New York Rangers has been reduced to this statistic: Games Left: 10...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  8. Rangers-Sabres: Avery's Aggressive New Yorkers Beat Empire State Rivals 5-3

    Sean Avery now has five points in five games on four goals and an assist. The huge amount of energy he is bringing to New York Rangers games is inspiring the team to play like, well, Sean Avery...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 81 reads 0 comments

  9. Sean Avery: Superstar?

    Sean Avery now has five points in five games, and it looked like five goals, but one that was first given to him was later turned into an assist. His line controls the puck and he is always in the centre of the action...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 277 reads 4 comments

  10. Red Wings Set Record With 100 Points Eight Years in a Row

    The Detroit Red Wings reached 100 points this year and for the past seven in a row to set a new NHL record. The Red Wings were the first to reach 100 points this season. The team is in the playoffs for the 18th time in a row...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 201 reads 0 comments

  11. Wild/Rangers: And Then There Were Nine For The New Yorkers

    The New York Rangers host the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday for game three in a three game homestand as they fight their way through the stretch run to make sure they have a spot in the playoffs...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  12. The New York Rangers' Mystery Connections to Alaska

    The New York Rangers recently announced the club has agreed to terms with free agent forward Paul Crowder of the University of Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 552 reads 0 comments

  13. Rangers-Sens: Ottawa Seeks To Spoil New York's Stretch Run

    The NHL, like America, is all about hope and change these days. The New York Rangers hope the changes on their team lead them to a win over the Ottawa Senators on Sunday night at Madison Square Garden...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 105 reads 3 comments

  14. New York Rangers Expected To Take Two Points from Buffalo Sabres

    The New York Rangers will be trying to make it three wins in a row, when they play the Buffalo Sabres, who lost their last two games, when they meet Saturday night. The Sabres will be trying to stop a skid...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  15. Ovechkin First to Reach 50 Goals in NHL This Year

    Alex Ovechkin scored his 50th goal of the year in a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, which was assisted by Nicklas Backstrom. Steven Stamkos scored to tie the game for Tampa Bay Lightning, which was assisted by Vincent Lecavalier and Matt Lashoff...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 127 reads 1 comments

  16. Rangers and Blue Jackets, East and West, Fight for Playoff Berths

    The Columbus Blue Jackets and the New York Rangers are in the playoff race, insecure in sixth place in the West and East. Columbus Blue Jackets are 37-28-6. The New York Rangers are 37-26-8...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 123 reads 7 comments

  17. From Derek Sanderson to Derek Jeter to Sean Avery

    Derek Sanderson is in the news, again, like a blast from the past, and somehow or other he reminded me of another New York Ranger, namely Sean Avery...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 1,319 reads 0 comments

  18. Dallas Stars Still Wondering About Sean Avery and Rangers

    Now that the Sean Avery show is a hit in New York City, after opening out of town in Hartford, many people wonder why it didn't fly in Dallas, Texas. In Dallas, they are saying, "It's not me, it's you," apparently...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 171 reads 2 comments

  19. Rangers Playoff Push: What Can We Realistically Expect?

    The Stanley Cup Playoffs are getting closer with every NHL game, so it's time we asked: What can we seriously expect from the Rangers one month from now?A month ago, they were going nowhere but down...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 133 reads 5 comments

  20. Does Being the Points Leader Make Malkin Better Than Crosby and Ovechkin?

    NHL scoring-leader Evgeni Malkin, with 102 points, 70 assists, 32 goals, 65 even strength points, and 53 road points, is arguably the best player in the world right now...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 634 reads 19 comments

  21. Nik Antropov, Sean Avery Score with New York Rangers Fans

    Since Nik Antropov and Sean Avery joined the New York Rangers the team is rolling. In the seven games since the trade deadline, the Rangers have won five and Avery and Antropov have combined to score eight of the Rangers’ goals...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 205 reads 2 comments

  22. Big Nik Antropov: New York Rangers' Other New Fan Favorite

    Big Nik Antropov has scored a goal in each of his last three games with the New York Rangers including a shootout goal last night in the Rangers' 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens and a game-winner against the Philadelphia Flyers...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 371 reads 0 comments

  23. The Avery Effect: Rangers New Fan Favourite Still Booed Everywhere Else

    Sean Avery returned to the New York Rangers nearly two years to the day he first suited up for the team, and he rapidly became a fan favorite in New York, then and now, but he is still booed everywhere else he plays hockey...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 243 reads 0 comments

  24. New York Rangers-Washington Capitals: Cinderella Goes to Washington

    If the Stanley Cup Playoffs started tomorrow, instead of a month from now, the Washington Capitals would host the New York Rangers. The Cinderella Rangers might be in trouble as they have not had a victory over the Capitals this year...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 38 reads 1 comments

  25. New York-Buffalo: Sabres Chase Rangers

    The New York Rangers host the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday. The last time these two teams met, Buffalo won, 4-2, but a lot has changed since then...

    Martin Avery Written by Martin Avery about over 6 years ago 90 reads 0 comments