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 INJURY REPORT
Mika Zibanejad 3/6
Will sit out tonight with the flu
 
Kevin Shattenkirk 3/6
Skated in a regular jersey this morning, looks like he'll be a couple of practices away from a return
 
Ondrej Pavelec 2/21
Resumed skating but has not yet begun taking shots
 
Steven Kampfer 2/12
Will be out for much of the rest of the season with a fractured hand
 
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Tuesday - October 25th

Either Josh Jooris (New York Daily News) or Dylan McIlrath are likely to find themselves on waivers when Pavel Buchnevich returns from back spasms.

The team is expected to cut the roster down to 22 players, and as such one of the two will need to be either moved or sent down.

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September 29th, 2017

How many rostered players were on the ice for opening night 2016-17

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DRAFT, QUALIFIERS, COACHING CHANGE, NOW FREE-AGENCY
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 9:38:31 AM - June 30, 2018

The second summer of GM Gorton having full control of draft picks and the Rangers new vision has been a few months of shake-up and reorganization. The proof of a new vision for the future and trusting the kids with the future was the hiring of Dan Quinn as head coach from the Boston University. Last offseason GM Gorton did not qualify a number of ex-draft picks that were still RFA's which lead them to leave the organization. With Chris Drury now running the AHL Wolfpack, all players are being developed in the "new Rangers vision" and all RFA's were qualified except for Adam Tambellini. All focus was on the NHL Draft and alot of the NHL writers and bloggers were expecting the Rangers brass to slide back into it's "safety mode" and bring in a few veterans for some of the picks the Rangers had collected with the major NHL Trade deadline moves.

At the 2018 draft, the Rangers sttod strong and true to the fans that they stated a rebuild was under way and to please be patient. The Rangers picked Vitali Kravtsov (who they had stated they liked early in the season even when they were expected to pick in the mid range of the first round---they had done their deep looking into everything about the player and his injury from the year before....especially if he intended to come over to the NHL ASAP). On the Rangers MSG account it's been reported that Kravtsov can buy out his last year on his KHL contract and actually asked Gordie Clarke what he thought and CLarke told him that he thinks he's ready to play in North America. Stay tuned to this . 

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A Look Into The Future
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:59:11 AM - March 26, 2018

The Rangers made a huge change in just filling holes insted of a total tear down and rebuild at the trade deadline by trading Ryan McDonagh, J.T. Miller, Rick Nash, Michael Grabner, Nick Holden. and even AHLer Ryan Graves who never got  a chance on Broadway. In has come Ryan Spooner, Vlad Namestmikov, Rob O'Gara who have been inserted in the lineup right away  and along with many future pieces like Boston Bruins #1 and #3 pick in 2018 and their #7 pick in 2019 alomg with Ryan Lindgren (who has since singed his ELC with the Rangers and is in Hartford on an ATO and expects to compete for an NHL spot next summer);  Devils 2nd rounder and prospect Igor Rykov; Tampa's #1 in 2018 and #1 in 2019 (that drops to a #2 if Tampa doesn't win the Cup in 2018 or 2019.. LET'S GO TAMPA), along with Brett Howden and Libor HAjek; and Colorado prospect Chris Bigras. Also this past summer, the rebuild became easy to see as the Rangers traded away 1st line center Derek Stepan and goalie Antii Raanta for this past years #7 overall pick that turned out to be Lias Andersson along with dman Anthony DeAngelo who started in Hartford came up and played very offensively until an injury sidelined him  more

 
Bolts For The Cup!
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 11:09:45 AM - February 28, 2018

So the Rangers now have three first round picks this year, and a possible first round pick.  As it stands right now, the best pick will be their own this year, projecting to be a top 10 pick.  As of February 27th, they have the 7th worst record in the league, though some of the teams they are "chasing" have played fewer than the 63 games already completed by New York  more

 
An All-in Rebuild, Well Sort Of
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 2:03:47 PM - February 27, 2018

The Rangers are in full rebuild mode, at least that's true if you read the papers (Rangers Embark On All-Out Rebuild, Rangers Went All-In, and of course the overused Fire-Sale, then there's of coruse the back page of the New York Post).  Even the more sedate NY Times gets in on the action with the Complete Overhaul.  Finally the ever engaging Rick Carpiniello suggest the Rangers have Torn It Down  more

 
Captain Gone
Posted by RRanger ≡ 10:54:02 AM - February 20, 2018

For the second time in the last five NHL trade deadlines, the New York Rangers traded their captain to the Tampa Bay Lightning  more

 
Rebuild Underway
Posted by RRanger ≡ 10:26:00 AM - February 20, 2018

The Rangers have acquired defenseman Rob O'Gara and a third round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft from the Boston Bruins in exchange for Nick Holden  more

 
The Season Is Dead, Long Live The Season
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 12:08:04 PM - February 8, 2018

With just three wins in their last thirteen, and just three weeks or so to the trade deadline, it looks as if the Rangers are about to embark on something they've never really done in modern times: cash in now in order to help rebuild for the future  more

 
The Time Is Now
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 2:31:31 PM - February 7, 2018

Today, March 8th 2018, General ManagerJeff Gorton and  Glen Sather held a press conference to announce that a FULL REBUILD is underway! Also a letter to the fans was sent out on social media explaining all moves made will be made to make the Rangers better in the future and not to save this season, like the Stepan trade. G.M. Gorton stated that " we may lose some familiar faces, guys we all care about and respect. While this is part of the game, it's never easy. Our promise to you is that our plans will be guided by our singular commitment: ensuring we are building the foundation for our next Stanley Cup Contender  more

 
Ruff Up Rangers And Win
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 4:11:34 PM - February 4, 2018

 The gameplan against the Rangers is to play physical and they will fold. It happened with the Rangers winning 2-0 in Los Angeles and throughout the season. Rangers coach has a team imposed "play betwwen the whistles and stay away from fighting' gameplan which has made the Rangers soft throughout this season. Last night was the biggest joke of all. The G.M. took McLeod of waivers to try and not let the Rangers get pushed around and when Marc Staal was hit by Emelin from behind and leaving his feet to hit Staal, the Rangers didn't respond nor was a penalty called which was a joke. Instead of responding with McLeod making someone pay, the coach kept him nailed to the bench. Then later on Forsberg hits Vesey with a late and high hit again with NO PENALTY called and again nobody went after him with any conviction. The message around the NHL is the Rangers CAN and WILL be pushed around. While the Emelin hit hasn't been looked at by the NHL,,,,, the Forsberg HIGH and LATE hit which caused BLOOD and an injury brought him a 3 GAME SUSPENSION FROM THE NHL! 

SO let's get this straight,,,, no penalties during the game,,,no retribution when the high hits are made (except for your top defenseman Brady Skjei drop the gloves and he shouldn't be the one to do it at all)... Marc Staal and Jimmy Vesey missed the game due to injury (and maybe more with concussion symptoms),,, and the NHL Division of Player Safety suspoends Forsberg 3 games for his LATE, HIGH hit that caused a bloody injury and the Players Concussion protocol called down to the bench to have him tested and pulled from the game. If players are to held accountable for their carelessness on the ice, so should the referees should be held responsible for their lack of protecting the players from head shots  more

 
Changing The Core
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:26:22 AM - January 30, 2018

For the Rangers core of Henrik Lundqvist, Rick Nash, Ryan McDonagh, Mats Zuccarello, and Marc Staal it's been a great ride. 1 Stanley Cup Finals and 3 Eastern Conference Title games and alot of wins that have Lundqvist as the 8th winingest NHL Goalie of all-time with 426 wins as of now. IF Hank wins just 20 games for his last 3 seasons (for which he already holds the record for 20 win seasons to start a career), Lundqvist will be a top 5 all-time winning goalie. Should the new core be J.T. Miler, Chris Kreider, Jimmy Vesey, Kevin Hayes, and Jesper Fast. Pavel Buchnevich,  Boo Nieves, Vinnie Lettieri have also shown this season that are NHL ready for a role on the Rangers. Lias Anderrson and Filip Chytil are showing alot of promise with the Rangers AHL Wolfpack. The last 4 should be on next seasons opening night roster  more

 
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07.31 Ryan Spooner Re-signed for 2 years - $8M
07.31 Kevin Hayes Re-signed for 1 year - $5.125M
07.28 Brady Skjei Re-signed for 6 years - $31.5M
07.17 Jimmy Vesey Re-signed for 2 years - $4.55M
07.16 Chris Bigras Re-signed for 1 year - $832K
07.16 John Gilmour Re-signed for 1 year - $650K
07.16 Rob O'Gara Re-signed for 1 year - $874K
07.13 Cristoval Nieves Re-signed for 1 year - $709K
07.12 Cody McLeod Re-signed for 1 year - $650K
07.03 Steven Fogarty Re-signed for 1 year - $709K
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