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The Rangers February success has them thinking big at the deadline

Marc and Eric Staal (Getty)

Marc and Eric Staal (Getty)

If you still haven’t figured it out, the Rangers are a “win now team”. While the shelf life of great goaltenders has increased (ala Martin Brodeur), Henrik Lundqvist‘s best years are right now. So as the Rangers have gone 8-3-1 with a legit chance to go 10-3-1 (Stars tonight, Jackets Monday) in February, they are looking to go big at the deadline. Read more

Henrik Lundqvist speaks to the fans on the loss and the future

Lundqvist looks down ((AP Photo/Frank Franklin)

Lundqvist looks down ((AP Photo/Frank Franklin)

Of all the Rangers that took this season’s ending hard, Henrik Lundqvist may have taken it the hardest. When it was all said and done he said, “You put your heart and soul into this entire year to try and get back and get an opportunity to play in the final, and we were 20 minutes away.” Read more

In the darkness of defeat, there were still bright spots for the Rangers

On to 2016 for the Rangers (Corey Sipkin / NYDN)

On to 2016 for the Rangers (Corey Sipkin / NYDN)

I really thought this was the year. I really did. Going into the playoffs, I knew we were the best team, and there was no way we would lose 4 out of 7 to one team. However, it just wasn’t meant to be. As the team who always found a way no matter how difficult, they just couldn’t pull one more trick out of the hat on home ice in game 7. Read more

Editorial: I was planning a Rangers Stanley Cup party

Season's over (AP/Kathy Willens)

Season’s over (AP/Kathy Willens)

I started this site back in the 2012 season. At that time, John Tortorella was coaching and I was sensing the Rangers were turning a corner. The dreams of a Stanley Cup began dancing in my head. I also realized that my opinions and thoughts on the team were becoming valued via Twitter. So I began wondering how to expand on both. Read more

Fan Post: A season’s heartbreak

Lundqvist shakes Bishop's hand (Getty)

Lundqvist shakes Bishop’s hand (Getty)

When Sam Rosen proclaimed, “And this one will last a lifetime,” after our Rangers won the Stanley Cup in June of 1994, I’m sure he meant that the joy of the victory would last a lifetime, not that it would be the only championship the franchise would win in our lifetime. However, after the heartbreak of the past 4 seasons, it is hard not to wonder whether Mr. Rosen’s words, while not intentional, will prove to be tragically prophetic. Read more

Expect the very best from these Rangers for Game 7!

Brassard celebrates Moore's  goal Photo: Jim McIsaac

Brassard celebrates Moore’s goal Photo: Jim McIsaac

This is it Ranger fans! Game 7 for all the marbles. The Rangers either continue their quest for the Stanley Cup or begin cleaning out their lockers. The question here is will the Rangers star players show up in the biggest game of the season, or will they be passengers just along for the ride? Read more

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