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 INJURY REPORT
Matthew Lombardi 9/30
Has not yet returned to skating, remains out
 
Dan Girardi 9/30
Returned to skating in NY after being held out of practice and games due to precautionary reasons on an unknown injury
 
Ryan Malone 9/30
Stayed in New York, but did skate today
 
Derek Stepan 9/24
Stepan suffered a fractured fibula in practice today, thought to be related to his initial injury on September 9th
 
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Tuesday - September 16th

According to Larry Brooks of the New York Post, the Rangers and Marc Staal have begun talks on a contract extension.

There is no progress to note at this stage, with Staal's agent reporting that talks are amicable and ongoing - or something to that effect. The Rangers are reportedly offering a similar deal to what Dan Girardi received in January, 6 years at $5.5M, about $500K or so less than what Staal is reportedly looking for.

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Question Of The Day

June 21st, 2013

How many of the Rangers 34 Head Coaches have been born in Quebec?

Answer...
  BIRTHDAYS

Igor Ulanov - 1969
Mike Maneluk - 1973

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DEAN PRENTICE
(1952-1963)
  Born: Oct 5 - 1932  
  Pos: Left Wing  
  GP: 666  
  G: 186  
  A: 236  
  Pts: 422  
  PIMs: 263  
 
Oscar Lindberg might find a way into the line-up with the injury to Stepan
CENTER OF ATTENTION
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 7:05:59 PM - September 25, 2014

Derek Stepan will likely miss the first month of the season due to a fractured fibula in his left leg.  The Minnesota native collapsed during conditioning exercises yesterday after exacerbating an injury thought to have occurred back on September 9th during informal skates, when he blocked a shot.

The news of the injury is disappointing of course, but as Larry Brooks pointed out today, it's better that it happened now, than later in the year.  The loss of Stepan probably primarily benefits J.T. Miller, who now appears most likely to earn a spot on the opening night roster.  The options on who would be the fourth center remain less certain however.

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Figuring The Roster Out
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 8:56:21 AM - September 24, 2014

UPDATE-----Derek Stepan was helped off the ice after pushing off doing a sprint drill today at Rangers practice according to Bleacher Report. It has been reported as a fracture of the fibula. If it is a stress fracture it can be around 4-6 weeks but if it a break, it can be 2 months or more by past players injury recovery times  more

 
Mixed Results In First Preseason Outing
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 12:19:32 PM - September 23, 2014

The Rangers opened up their preseason with a 5-4 loss against the Devils at home.  It was a shaky defensive performance, against a fairly weak Devils line-up that featued Scott Clemmensen and Keith Kincaid in net, against New York's projected opening pair of Henrik Lundqvist and Cam Talbot  more

 
Rangers Open Training Camp With Questions
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 9:15:29 AM - September 18, 2014

The New York Rangers kicked off their official 2014-15 campaign today with medical assessments and some off-ice preparation ahead of tomorrow's first work-out.  Many of the veterans have been skating in Greenburgh for the past few weeks, while many of the prospects wrapped up a 1-1-2 record in the Traverse City Tournament that completed Tuesday  more

 
Optional skates look like the
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 12:31:18 PM - September 9, 2014

The Rangers seem like a tight knit group and they like to have players who "fit in" socially, along with being solid hockey players. The New York Rangers players had a Stanley Cup Finals run last year that wound up a few overtimes short, and the players know what was missing along with Rangers orgnizational leaders--size! The Rangers did a great job of using their speed to cover for their lack of size, but they clearly were worn down by the 4th round, whether it was from going 7 games twice or being in physical series. Through free agency, the Rangers lost their tallest player (but not toughest by far) in Brian Boyle, 2nd pairing dman in Anton Stralman, 3rd line career project who broke out on the Rangers in Benoit Pouliout, and bought out 3rd line center Brad Richards(who by all accounts will allegedly return next year to play with his ex-Rangers and ex-Tampa teammates).The Rangers have seemed to replace all the holes left by those departures and even landed more depth into the minors in case of injury or if players don't work out  more

 
Would Kevin Hayes make sense for Rangers?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:29:31 AM - August 11, 2014

The Rangers offseason so far has had changes in the rosters of the Rangers and Wolfpack along with an assistant coaching change as well. The first year of a new coach and system usually brings with it a down year and some hardships, but not last years Rangers. The talent on the Rangers withstood the change of their head coach, a brand new system, starting the year off on a long western trip, the Olympic break, the trading of their heart and soul Captain, and still made it to the Stanley Cup Finals. The Rangers clearly needed a change in roster with the way they started out and it began with Asham and Powe being banished to the Rangers minor league team in Hartford. Chris Kreider was brought back up, DelZotto was also traded for Kevin Klein, the team found comfort with the new system and a few more pieces were added and taken away from the Rangers puzzle and finally the pieces seemed to fit  more

 
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09.24 Chris McCarthy Reassigned to Minors
09.24 Michael Kantor Reassigned to Minors
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September 30th, 2014
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FIRST PERIOD: 1. NYR Hagelin (Moore,Bodie) NYR 1-0   2. PHI Couturier (Simmonds,Read) Tied 1-1    SECOND PERIOD: 3. PHI Grossmann (Akeson,Streit) PHI 2-1   4. PHI Simmonds (Read,Streit) PHI 3-1    THIRD PERIOD: 5. NYR Duclair (Moore) NYR 2-3   6. PHI Read (unassisted) PHI 4-2   
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