Blueshirts fans should be smiling. Why? Well of course the Rangers beat the Devils last night in overtime which is always an amazing thing but if these past two preseason games have taught us anything it’s that the future is bright on Broadway. The talent the Rangers possess is something to get excited for.
We all love Mats Zuccarello. Whether it’s his deft passing, gorgeous shootout moves, or his goal celebrations, Zucc makes us all smile. Read more
Marc Staal, the name that is a borderline swear for some New York Rangers fans, left plenty to be desired last season. Read more
Tony DeAngelo made his Rangers debut at the Garden in last night’s 1-0 OT win over the Islanders. Instead of talking about his rock solid game that earned him the third star of the contest, the NY Post inserted his politics into a headline that reads, “Rangers Trump-Loving Bad Boy Wants A Fresh Start”. Read more
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Here is my Quick Hits recap of the Rangers 1-0 overtime win over the Islanders. Read more
Though it may not be such a surprise, Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault has said that the team will give Lias Andersson and Filip Chytil a realistic chance at making the 2017-18 roster.
The Rangers have announced that J.T. Miller will be getting the start as the 3rd line center today. While this move was speculated on during the summer, the organization didn’t see him as a fit there. Read more
On Wednesday, the Wolf Pack announced the signing of forward Scott Kosmachuk to a one year, American Hockey League contract. Last season, Kosmachuk registered 28 points (11 goals, 17 assists) in 58 games with the Manitoba Moose, as well as recording 47 penalty minutes. In addition to playing with the Moose, the forward spent eight games with the Winnipeg Jets, recording three assists.
The time has finally arrived! The Rangers opened their Training Camp for the 2017-18 season on Thursday with high hopes and expectations. The Blueshirts come into camp after a rough end to the 2016-17 campaign with a second round loss to the Ottawa Senators, and will no doubt be looking to build on last season.
According to Larry Brooks of the New York Post, the New York Rangers have signed former Blackhawks center Andrew Desjardins to a Professional Tryout Contract.