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  • The best player on the ice made a loud Rangers statement

    New York Post "There was the slightest hesitation, but eventually Filip Chytil said what he meant. “I’m trying to have a lot of fun here, and I think that’s the most important for me because I’m trying — not trying — I’m playing my game,” the..." September 18

  • Kevin Hayes wants to be a career New York Ranger

    Pro Hockey Rumors "Many people took notice of the one-year deal that center Kevin Hayes signed this offseason as neither he nor the New York Rangers were able to agree upon a long-term contract. The 26-year-old scored a career-high 25 goals last season after posting 17 goals twice previously. With unrestricted..." September 16

  • Bruins Trade Adam McQuaid To Rangers, Receive Picks And Steven Kampfer In Return

    CBS Boston "Adam McQuaid’s Boston Bruins career is over. The veteran defenseman was traded to the Rangers on Tuesday. The Bruins will receive defenseman Steven Kampfer — who spent parts of two seasons with Boston in 2010 and 2011 — as well as a fourth-round pick and a..." September 11

  • Rangers remain interested in signing Hayes long term

    The Score "Kevin Hayes is entering the season with a one-year contract extension, but the surrounding uncertainty doesn't necessarily mean his days are winding down as a member of the New York Rangers. Many pundits saw the short-term pact as an opportunity for the rebuilding Rangers to cash..." September 08

  • Rangers’ second-year studs in middle of center glut

    New York Post "The future of the Rangers was on the ice Thursday at the club’s practice rink before departing for the Traverse City rookie tournament that begins Friday. There was Filip Chytil and Lias Andersson; Brett Howden, Libor Hajek and Ryan Lindgren; Sean Day and Ty Ronning; Ville Meskanen and..." September 07

  • NHL players respond to Jalen Ramsey: 'I think it's insulting to our league'

    The Score "Jacksonville Jaguars All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey made waves in the hockey world recently, claiming in a tell-all interview with ESPN's Mina Kimes that he could probably crack the NHL with six months of training. Cue the outrage. With training..." September 07

  • Rangers to retire legend Vic Hadfield’s No. 11

    New York Post "Another night of historic revelry is set, as the Rangers announced Tuesday that Dec. 2, before a home game against the Jets, will be the night they raise Vic Hadfield’s No. 11 to the Garden rafters. The honor for Hadfield was announced in February, on the night when Jean..." September 05

  • Henrik Lundqvist is back in New York and on the ice

    SNY TV "Henrik Lundqvist is back in New York and posted a video of himself on the ice today at the Rangers practice facility. August 28

  • Hayes committed long term to Rangers

    NHL.com "Kevin Hayes long-term plans with the New York Rangers haven't changed, even after he agreed to terms on a one-year contract that could make him an unrestricted free agent next summer. "I'm a Boston kid, but I absolutely love New York City and I would love to be there my..." August 25

  • Nicklas Jensen reportedly turned down a return to the Rangers

    SNY TV "Nicklas Jensen, who spent last season in the KHL with Jokerit, reportedly turned down the opportunity to return to the Rangers. (TV2 DK) The Rangers acquired Jensen for Emerson Etem and retained his rights as an RFA when Jensen decided to join Jokerit. Jensen..." August 23

  • Why aren’t teams experimenting with 3-on-3 lineups?

    TSN "The National Hockey League introduced the 3-on-3 overtime rule in the 2015-16 season, which was designed to marginalize the frequency of shootouts resolving games during the regular season. The league struck a bit of unintended gold with the decision. The pace and talent on display..." August 20

  • Rangers could once again be active in trade market

    Pro Hockey Talk "Over the past year the New York Rangers have been one of the busiest teams in the league when it comes to roster movement as they’ve kickstarted their rebuild. Since the start of last offseason the Rangers have dealt veteran players Derek Stepan, Antti Raanta, Nick..." August 20

  • Rangers sign G Dustin Tokarski to one-year deal

    TSN "The New York Rangers have signed goaltender Dustin Tokarski to a one-year, $650,000 deal.  Tokarski, 28, spent the 2017-2018 hockey season with the Philidelphia Flyers' AHL affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. He played 39 regular season games with a .914..." August 20

  • Rangers to see if a new captain will emerge this season

    NHL.com "David Quinn, the new coach of the New York Rangers, and Henrik Lundqvist, the player who could impact his team the most, met for more than three hours at the goalie's home in Gothenburg, Sweden earlier this summer. Quinn left with two impressions of Lundqvist. "I..." August 17

  • Bryan Berard Suing NHL for Not Protecting Him from Brain Injuries During Career

    Bleacher Report "Former hockey star Bryan Berard has filed a lawsuit against the NHL for failing to protect him from brain injuries during his career, according to TMZ Sports. "The time has come for the NHL to not only care for those former players on whose backs and..." August 17

  • NHL not invested in the numbers when it comes to analytics

    Toronto Star "It was 15 years ago this summer that Moneyball, the groundbreaking book by Michael Lewis, began to make its mark on the curious minds of athletic power brokers around the world. And if the intervening time has taught us anything, it’s that the copycat tendencies of sports executives..." August 13

  • NBC's hockey schedule going where it hasn't been much before

    USA Today "NBC will televise the Vegas Golden Knights twice in the first week of the NHL season. The Nashville Predators will be featured three times in the first month. The Arizona Coyotes, Calgary Flames, Colorado Avalanche, Winnipeg Jets and Tampa Bay Lightning will appear on NBC before Sidney..." August 13

  • Rangers changed everything by committing to youth movement

    New York Post "The 2017 NHL Draft in Chicago was a little more than four months ago, but since then, the entire tenor of the Rangers’ organization changed. Back then, general manager Jeff Gorton joked about having not been on the first-night draft stage in a long time — because the organization..." August 12

  • Zuccarello gets summer fun skates for charity game with Lundqvist

    NHL.com "If you're playing in an outdoor hockey game in the summer, you can't just show up with any old skates. Getting in the spirit for his charity event in Oslo, Norway, with New York Rangers teammate, goalie Henrik Lundqvist, forward Mats Zuccarello upped his boot game to feature..." August 11

  • How close did the Rangers come to landing Wayne Gretzky in 1988?

    SNY TV "Today is the 30th Anniversary of Wayne Gretzky's trade from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings. Gretzky was traded to LA for a package that includedJimmy Carson, Martin Gelinas, three future first-round (traded to NJ for Corey Foster, Marty Rucinsky, Nick..." August 09

  • Signing bonus issue lingers over next NHL labour deal

    TSN "To land superstar centre John Tavares, the Toronto Maple Leafs exercised their financial might and structured a contract most teams around the league couldn’t possibly fathom. On the surface, Tavares’ contract isn’t that exotic. A seven-year, $77 million contract for..." August 07

  • Inside Chris Kreider's journey back to the ice

    ESPN "It began late last fall, when he started coughing up blood. It would happen randomly for New York Rangers winger Chris Kreider. For a few days, he'd be symptom-free. Then Kreider would wake up and spew blood, then break out in coughing fits throughout the day that he describes as..." August 05

  • Rangers agree to two-year deal with Ryan Spooner

    Sportsnet "The New York Rangers have agreed to a two-year deal with forward Ryan Spooner, avoiding arbitration with the restricted free agent. The deal has an average annual value of $4 million, according to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman. Spooner was acquired by New York from..." July 31

  • New York Rangers Sign Kevin Hayes To One-Year Deal

    New York Post "Maybe Kevin Hayes isn’t in the long-term plan for the Rangers, but management bought themselves some time to figure that out. The Blueshirts signed the 26-year-old center to a one-year, $5.125 million deal Monday, avoiding an arbitration date for the restricted free agent that..." July 30

  • New York Rangers, Kevin Hayes Far Apart In Negotiations

    Pro Hockey Rumors "Given the number of unsigned restricted free agents that the New York Rangers had on their plate to begin the off-season, it’s impressive that they have already locked up the bulk of those young players without much issue. However, Ryan Spooner and Kevin Hayes still..." July 29

  • Rangers ink D Skjei to six-year contract

    TSN "Brady Skjei is sticking around in Manhattan for a long time.  The Rangers inked the 24-year-old defenceman to a six-year deal worth $33 million, they announced Saturday.  He was due to have an arbitration on July 31.  " July 28

  • Report: Rangers' K'Andre Miller off USA junior roster

    Yardbarker "K’Andre Miller will miss out on his next opportunity to impress the New York Rangers staff as he’s been forced off the USA Hockey World Junior Summer Showcase roster due to illness. Miller, selected 22nd-overall in June’s draft, will give up his spot to Max Gildon, a..." July 26

  • Rangers great can’t predict the end of Henrik Lundqvist’s reign

    New York Post "Mike Richter wouldn’t be surprised to see Henrik Lundqvist perform like an elite goaltender for several more seasons. But the Rangers legend also said The King’s reign could end much sooner than even he realizes. “No one knows that, and least of all Henrik. He..." July 25

  • Rangers Pavel Buchnevich expected to get more minutes this season

    SNY TV "While speaking about the Rangers rebuild, GM Jeff Gorton said that he can see this as a "big year" for Pavel Buchnevich. (MSG) Gorton said that David Quinn will bring in a new system for Buchnevich, and the team, to play, and that the Russian will have "bigger..." July 25

  • Quinn's up-tempo game plan perfect for Rangers, Skjei says

    NHL.com "Brady Skjei is convinced David Quinn is the right coach for the New York Rangers, and it didn't take him long to come to that conclusion. The 24-year-old defenseman recently had a brief phone conversation with his new coach, and that's all he needed to feel good about the..." July 23

  • Rangers Filip Chytil is ready to play the full year in the NHL

    SNY TV "While at development camp recently, Filip Chytil said that he wants to show the organization in training camp that he is ready to play in the NHL and ready to play in the Rangers top-six. (NYR) Chytil said that he feels he can play against the best players in the NHL and said that he..." July 23

  • Zero NHL franchises on Forbes list of top 50 most valuable sports teams

    Sportsnet "Forbes released its annual ranking of the 50 most valuable sports teams Wednesday, but not a single NHL franchise managed to crack the list. NFL teams dominated with the Dallas Cowboys sitting at No. 1 with a valuation of $4.8 billion, a 14 per cent increase from their..." July 18

  • Rangers' Jimmy Vesey: Avoids arbitration, inks two-year deal

    CBS Sports "Vesey agreed to a two-year contract with the Rangers on Tuesday, Jim Cerny of Sporting News reports. Vesey was thought to be headed for arbitration, but he's since signed a contract with New York. " July 17

  • Rangers add coaches to Quinn's staff

    TSN "New York Rangers General Manager Jeff Gorton announced on Tuesday that David Oliver and Greg Brown were named assistant coaches, joining Lindy Ruff on new head coach David Quinn's coaching staff. Oliver, 47, joins the Rangers organization after spending the past 11 seasons with..." July 17

  • New York Rangers Sign Five Players

    Pro Hockey Rumors "The New York Rangers have officially announced that Chris Bigras, Steven Fogarty, Boo Nieves and Rob O’Gara accepted their qualifying offers and have re-signed with the team for next season. John Gilmour, who was eligible for arbitration but decided not to file, has also agreed to a..." July 16

  • Rangers could use Ryan McDonagh model to sign Brady Skjei

    SNY TV "Larry Brooks writes that the Rangers should treat Brady Skjei the same way that they did Ryan McDonagh and Marc Staal, when their entry-level contracts expired, and sign him to a long-term deal. (NY Post) Staal, in his first three seasons, played 244 of 246 games, had..." July 15

  • Shattenkirk on track to be ready for Rangers training camp

    NHL.com "Kevin Shattenkirk skated for the first time this offseason Thursday and is on track to be ready for training camp with the New York Rangers in September. The 29-year-old defenseman, who signed a four-year contract with the Rangers on July 1, 2017, missed the final 36 games last season..." July 14

  • Rangers Re-Sign Rob O’Gara

    Pro Hockey Rumors "With the deadline to accept qualifying offers now just a day away, Rangers defenseman Rob O’Gara has accepted his qualifier, reports CapFriendly (Twitter link).  The deal will pay just over $874K in the NHL (105% of his base salary from last season) and $70K at the minor league..." July 14

  • Boo Nieves Re-Signs With New York Rangers

    Pro Hockey Rumors "The New York Rangers have retained Boo Nieves without a fight, as CapFriendly reports that the young forward accepted his qualifying offer and will sign a one-year two-way contract worth just over $708K in the NHL. Nieves, 24, finally broke into the NHL this season..." July 13

  • Cody McLeod re-signs with Rangers

    Newsday "With all the big names in free agency long gone, the Rangers on Thursday re-signed veteran forward Cody McLeod to a one-year contract. McLeod, 34, played 25 games for the Rangers last season after being claimed off waivers from the Nashville Predators in January. He was credited with..." July 12

  • Kravtsov could play for Rangers this season

    NHL.com "For an idea of what the New York Rangers think forward Vitali Kravtsov will eventually do for them, watch Washington Capitals forward Nicklas Backstrom's circle-to-circle saucer pass to Alex Ovechkin in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. Backstrom's pass from the right face-off..." July 12

  • Salary Cap Floor Should Not Pose Problems For Any Team In 2018-19

    Pro Hockey Rumors "The purpose of the salary cap in the NHL is to maintain a sense of competitive balance across the league. That means both limiting how much a team can spend, the salary cap ceiling, but also ensuring that every team is competitive with a minimum expenditure, the salary cap floor. Some teams,..." July 10

  • The Rangers and a potential reunion with Ryan Callahan

    SNY TV "Larry Brooks writes that the Rangers are "maintaining a level of interest" in bringing Ryan Callahan back via trade if Tampa looks to clear the final two-years of his contract. (NY Post) Callahan has a cap hit of $5.8 million and a list of 16 teams that he can be traded..." July 10

  • Rangers first-round pick Vitali Kravtsov signs in KHL

    Yardbarker "The New York Rangers took a calculated risk in the first round of the most recent NHL Entry Draft, when they selected big Russian winger Vitali Kravtsov ninth overall. The Rangers avoided several other top rated prospects, betting on the high-end potential that Kravtsov brings. With any..." July 09

  • Artemi Panarin and the Rangers desire to have cap space next summer

    SNY TV "With the talk about the Rangers possibly being part of Ottawa and Tampa Bay's Erik Karlsson deal, or any deal to relieve a team in a cap crunch, Larry Brooks tweets that the Rangers need to make sure that any possible deal doesn't hurt their chances at free..." July 06

  • Rangers, Capitals, Lightning among those interested in Senators star

    CBS Sports "As the first week of 2018 NHL free agency draws to a close, Erik Karlsson remains an Ottawa Senators defenseman, but at least a half-dozen teams, including the Atlantic Division champion Tampa Bay Lightning, could still be hard after the All-Star. After their..." July 05

  • Rangers will soon face a crossroad on whether to keep Hayes

    New York Post "One look at the cost of doing business Sunday reveals this truth as self-evident: If Kevin Hayes reaches the open market next July, the recently turned, 26-year-old center can expect a payday of around $30 million over five years, if not more. So the choice confronting the Rangers and..." July 04

  • Steven Fogarty accepts his one-year qualifying offer from the Rangers

    SNY TV "Rangers prospect and RFA Steven Fogarty has accepted his qualifying offer from the Rangers. (Cap Friendly) The deal is for one-year and is a two-way contract that would pay Fogarty $708,750 in the NHL and $70,000 in the minors. (Cap Friendly) He will again be an..." July 04

  • Rangers unlikely to end up with Erik Karlsson

    SNY TV " The Rangers are no longer part of the equation for Karlsson, according to The Fourth Period. TFP had tweeted previously that the Rangers had expressed interest in taking on Karlsson and Bobby Ryan. " July 03

  • Miller's modeling led him to childhood Honda ad with NHL legends

    NHL.com "If there was ever a prospect ready for the bright lights of Broadway, it's former child model K'Andre Miller. Selected by the New York Rangers in the first round (No. 22) of the 2018 NHL Draft, Miller had a part-time job as a model that started with print campaigns for Target..." July 01