The Rangers announced today that the team has come to terms with restricted free agent center Mika Zibanejad on a five-year contract with an AAV of $5.35 million.
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It looks like the Rangers and Mika Zibanejad could not come to terms before today’s 9AM hearing in Toronto. Here’s what you need to know at this time. Read more
The title is a joke, the two sides are not going to “court” per say. Nobody is seeking damages or a conviction, but the aftermath of a team and it’s player actually making it in front of an arbitrator and having that arbitrator decide the player’s contract doesn’t always leave the nicest of tastes in the player and team’s mouth walking away. Read more
Full Tilt Rangers Radio: Episode 2 featuring former Blueshirt, Tom Laidlaw and prospect expert, Jess Rubenstein
Full Tilt Rangers Radio Podcast is back in a 90 minute special episode! Read more
According to Elliotte Friedman, Mika Zibanejad is looking for a deal that will pay him $5.35 million per year. The New York Rangers are offering $4.1 million per year. While this may seem like quite the distance in price, it should not be to difficult for the 2 sides to avoid arbitration on July 25th and reach a deal. Read more
Kevin Hayes is on the rather lengthy list of New York Rangers players that are about to enter their prime. There is a common thread with these player previews; it is time to take the next step. Read more
Shot attempts! Those two words have dominated hockey for the last several years. Not shots on goal, not quality scoring chances… shot attempts. It doesn’t matter if you shoot the puck 6 feet wide, or have shots repeatedly blocked. No consideration is taken into how harmless the shot is, because it will all sort itself out over time. Read more
Keith McCambridge will begin his tenure as Hartford Wolf Pack head coach on October 6th at home against the Charlotte Checkers. The Wolf Pack will be looking to bounce back after a dismal 2016-17 season. The returning players, Adam Tambellini, Robin Kovacs, and John Gilmour to name a few, will want the opportunity for growth after struggling last season. Keith McCambridge’s role will be to develop future New York Rangers players and prospects and help get each individual to reach his full potential.