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How bad of a loss is Boyle to the Rangers chances in October?

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Previous Polls
Derek Stepan 10/6
Is expected to be placed on LTIR to start the season, which means he'll miss the first 10 games of the year
Dan Girardi 10/19
Blocked a puck against San Jose and required stitches
Kevin Klein 10/19
Took a puck off the chin late in game vs. San Jose, not expected to miss any time
Mats Zuccarello 10/14
Will be back in the line-up tonight against the Islanders
Dan Boyle 10/10
Will be out for 11-18 games with a broken hand suffered on opening night
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2012-13 ~ 2011-12
2010-11 ~ 2009-10


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.


Question Of The Day

June 21st, 2013

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


Jim Drummond - 1918


  Born: Dec 7 - 1927  
  Pos: Left Wing  
  GP: 362  
  G: 88  
  A: 93  
  Pts: 181  
  PIMs: 129  
Rick Nash has gotten off to a hot start
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 3:26:12 PM - October 17, 2014

Right Winger Rick Nash is off to a fast start, with six goals and a game deciding goal in the shootout in his first five games.  Could he finally be delivering the type of offense that the Rangers expected when they acquired him back in the summer of 2013?

Going back to last year, Nash played just three games before being side lined by a concussion.  The injury seemingly held him back a bit, but he still took just twelve games to reach the six goal mark.  In his first season on Broadway, it actually took him seventeen games to reach six goals.


Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 2:53:05 PM - October 17, 2014

Hey, it was a win right?  The losing streak is dead, long live the winning streak!  Still, it's hard to take much positive out of the Rangers' 2-1 shootout victory against an undermanned Carolina Hurricanes last night.  It could have been worse if a double deflection off of a Dan Girardi hadn't beaten Anton Khudobin midway through the third and final period.  In fact, when Henrik Lundqvist stopped Ryan Murphy to make a lone shootout goal by Rick Nash stand up, there was probably more a sign of a relief than anything amongst the Blueshirt faithful  more

First Game Win is Costly
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 9:46:28 AM - October 10, 2014

The Rangers matched the intense level of the St. Louis Blues in the Rangers opener last night and ended up winning 3-2 on an outstanding night by the Rangers new #1 line of Rick Nash-Martin St. Louis--Chris Kreider and of course outstanding goaltending from Henrik Lundqvist. Although the two points were nice, the Rangers lost top 4 defenseman Dan Boyle to a broken hand which will keep him out 4-6 weeks and since he is an older player, probably closer to the 6 week period. The game needed the Rangers to be at top form just to compete with the powerful St. Louis team, and the Rangers matched them in every step while missing Derek Stepan for at least the first 10 games of the season with his leg injury  more

Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 7:42:32 PM - October 6, 2014

It was made official that the New York Rangers have named Ryan McDonagh the Rangers captain for the 2014-2015 season.  The alternate captains this season will be Marc Staal (still unsigned but with him being named an assistant it would seem like he should sign any day), Derek Stepan, and Martin St. Louis. McDonagh is the third straight American Captain in the New York Rangers organization following Chris Drury and Ryan Callahan  more

Crunch Time
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 9:07:45 AM - October 3, 2014

It is now crunch time for all fringe players hoping to make the Rangers opening night roster. Ranger fans got a good look into the Rangers practice and how the players deal with each other during the Rangers Training Camp Special on MSG yesterday. Along with seeing the Rangers do their drills and scrimmages, you were able to see interviews, players interactions with each other, and how players did during scrimmages. The Ranger prospects know that the Rangers will most likely start the season with players from within this camp and if each play well enough they can beat out a veteran brought in to fill the holes made by this summers departures. Coach Alain Vigneault said in his interview that the players fighting for a positition will have to win a spot as they play in both of the last two games  more

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  more

October 17th - Nash Has Nifty Gloves



St Louis


10.17 Chris Mueller Called up from Minors
10.17 Jesper Fast Reassigned to Minors
10.17 J.T. Miller Reassigned to Minors
10.13 Matthew Lombardi Became Unrestricted Free Agent
10.12 Kevin Hayes Called up from Minors
10.11 Kevin Hayes Reassigned to Minors
10.10 Dan Boyle Placed on Injured Reserve
10.10 Mike Kostka Called up from Minors
10.07 Chris Mueller Reassigned to Minors
10.06 Derek Stepan Placed on Injured Reserve
October 19th, 2014
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0 0 0 0
SECOND PERIOD: 1. NYR Hagelin (Moore,Moore) NYR 1-0   2. NYR St. Louis (unassisted) NYR 2-0   3. NYR Nash (Moore) NYR 3-0    THIRD PERIOD: 4. NYR Hayes (unassisted) NYR 4-0   
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