Can the New York Rangers win a Stanley Cup without a true top line center? History tells us, no. Read more
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Sean McIndoe, better known as Down Goes Brown to most, wrote an eyebrow raising piece for The Hockey News yesterday. In Five Blockbuster Trades That Almost Happened, he mentioned the Rangers twice. Read more
June 14th, 1994 is literally one of the top moments in my life. That night, the Rangers ended a curse that last 54 years and lifted Lord Stanley’s Cup high above their heads. Here are some of our very best posts on that great night. Read more
There was a time that I would genuinely be excited about the All-Star Game. Sadly that time is gone and that’s just how the NHL wants it. When I was a pre-teen, my obsessions were simple, I collected packs of Hockey Cards, do my annual Panini Sticker Book, and prepare my VCR to tape the NHL All Star Weekend. Read more
Today we celebrate the 21st Anniversary of that magical night in the Summer of ’94. In the face of the losses suffered in the last two season, you realize just how amazing and special that team and that season were. In honor of the historic win, we highlight the 4 core members of that team that made it happen. Read more
The Rangers are in the thick of the playoffs and now is the time to pick up some great items in the shop! Read more
The New York Rangers set franchise marks in wins (53) and points (113), breaking the records held by the 1994 Championship Squad. They did it in 2 less contests, because in 1994 the regular season was 84 games long. By default, this makes the 2015 version of the Blueshirts the best ever…for the regular season. Read more
In the pantheon of the Rangers-Islanders rivalry, there are games that stand up and stand out. Tonight at Madison Square Garden with both teams at the top of the Metro Division and jockeying for NY supremacy, this is destined to be “a classic”.
Joey Kocur was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on December 21, 1964. He was drafted #88 overall in the 1983 NHL Draft by the Detroit Red Wings. Kocur made his NHL debut with the Red Wings during the 1985-86 season and in 17 games he recorded 1 point (his 1st NHL goal) and had 64 PIM. He also appeared in 3 playoff games recording a goal and had 5 PIM.