Rangers winger Mats Zuccarello has had quite the year both on and off the ice. He led the team with 59 points in the regular season and had seven points in the playoffs. He was consistent in his effort every night, regardless of whether or not he was tickling the twine. And this effort won him the team’s coveted Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award.
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The Rangers lost last night. It feels odd saying it to be honest, but they did and it wasn’t pretty. After 2 plus periods of watching Tampa defenders keep the Rangers away from high scoring chances, Chris Kreider basically giving away a penalty shot, it was the 4th line that actually broke through to knot the score up. Read more
The Rangers are ready to rock and roll in Tampa Bay tonight with a little revenge on their minds. After losing a heartbreaking series against the Lightning in the Eastern Conference Final, the Blueshirts will seek some payback with another 2 points in the standings. Read more
At the 2014 Trade Deadline, New York Rangers general manager Glen Sather traded away the heart and soul of his team, also his captain, for a grizzled veteran who would ultimately play a huge role in the Rangers’ run to the Cup a season ago. Read more
The Stanley Cup Playoffs tend to be a war of attrition. Part of a team’s success beyond skill, grit and determination is health. Heading into the ECF both the NY Rangers and TB Lightning are likely licking wounds we don’t know about but there are a few we do have info on. Read more
If you look at the final score and didn’t see the game, you’d say the Rangers must’ve been awful – nothing could be further from the truth.
The Rangers will look to wipe the smile off Ryan Callahan’s face tonight at MSG.
The Rangers found themselves in unfamiliar territory against Ben Bishop and the Tampa Bay Lightning – having a lead. NY was in control and up 2-1 late in the 1st period, when Rick Nash of all people lost his cool and took two penalties on one shift. Read more
“I think it’s going to be special for me tomorrow to play here. It was 14 great years,” Marty St. Louis told reporters. “I grew up here pretty much. So to come back here and play here, it’s going to be special.” Read more
Three former Blueshirts return and one face his former team, it’s enough drama to fill the plot of a Lifetime movie.