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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.


Question Of The Day

June 21st, 2013

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


Rene Trudell - 1919
Camille Henry - 1933
Eddie Mio - 1954
Jeff Bloemberg - 1968
Conor Allen - 1990


  Born: Oct 31 - 1933  
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  GP: 397  
  G: 98  
  A: 231  
  Pts: 329  
  PIMs: 51  
The Stempniak experiment should be over. Bring up fresh legs.
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:48:05 AM - January 30, 2015

As the 2nd half of the season has begun, it seems like the Rangers are having a tough time putting their foot back on the gas to get going. Granted that they have started against two of the best teams in the Eastern Conference in the Islanders and Canadiens, but the offense can't seem to buy one right now and are out of sinc. It is well known that the Rangers are scouting Toronto, Carolina, and Arizona as the key targets to get the piece or pieces needed to make a long playoff run.  It is clear to anyone following the Rangers that their #1 need is a faceoff specialist--this a must! The Rangers have been chasing the puck all season off the faceoff cirlce and is the only place on the ice that they are outplayed on a nightly basis. The other area of need is a defenseman that neither  John Moore nor Matt Hunwick can seem to lock down the spot.

Now that the Rangers have extended Marc Staal with a 6 year extension to lock in the top 5 defensemen for the future, the Rangers need to address who else they extend and who they don't see in the future. An interesting player to watch how negotiations goes with is Carl Hagelin. He is home grown Ranger and could be dangled this summer to either agree to a multi-year extension at the most $3.3 mil per year and if another team offer sheets him for more than that $3.3 mil per year....if the Rangers don't match they would recieve at least a 1st round and 3rd round draft picks in the 2016 nhl draft. Mats Zuccarello is a totally different case, he will be an Unrestricted Free Agent this summer. If Zucc was happy with only $3.5 mil per year, he would have signed a multi-year contract last summer. Is Zuccarello worth a $4 million cap hit on a multi-year deal?  It would seem that the Rangers need to make that decision before they can figure out who they will bring in as it would be expected that one or the other would be used as a chip in bringing in a missing piece. Then again, the Rangers could use Zuccarello as their own "rental player" if they feel like they have someone that can fill his shoes next season, some like Anthony Duclair at a much better cap hit of less than a million at only $772,500 for two years after this. 


Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 1:00:50 PM - January 29, 2015

The Rangers have been playing some very good hockey in the last few weeks putting them in a playoff position by close to 6 games advantage with a few games at hand but have shown that they can not compete with Eastern Conference favorites Tampa Bay and New York Islanders so far this season.  Most of the Rangers problems stem from not having anyone on the roster that can win faceoffs  more

Blueshirts Head Into Break On High
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 1:31:36 PM - January 21, 2015

Back on December 6th, the New York Rangers gave up a 2-0 lead on the road to lose to the Detroit Red Wings 3-2.  The loss left the team with an 11-10-4 record, placing them two points behind the Capitals for fourth in the Metropolitan, and five points behind the Maple Leafs and Bruins for the second wild card spot  more

Power Play At Boyle-ing Point
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 10:43:56 AM - January 9, 2015

The Rangers are currently in their best stretch since the 1972-73 season when they went 14-0-2.  They've won 12 of their last 13 games and currently have the league's longest win streak at four games, after having previously won eight in a row before losing to Dallas  more

Rangers at the 1st quarter
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:08:52 AM - November 24, 2014

I have been a Rangers fan since the early 70's and the N.Y. Rangers have always been a hard working and grind it out team and Ryan Callahan was the perfect captain since Mark Messier retired. Callahan sttod for the hard working man in the stands watching their favorite NHL team give it their all and playing like the city that they represent...hard working and stick together when things get tough. Last season the Rangers organization went in another direction by trading Captain Callahan to Tampa for Martin St. Louis to take the Rangers in a fast moving skilled direction. I loved the ride to the Finals and the storybook playoffs last season but didn't go to a game as I had a personal protest of the Callahan trade  more

John Moore Suspended 5 Games
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 3:16:15 PM - October 29, 2014

The NHL announced today that John Moore has been suspended for five games, meaning he'll be eligible to return to the line-up November 11th against the Pittsburgh Penguins.  Moore's hit cost him a Match Penalty in Monday Night's 5-4 win over the Minnesota Wild, and lead to an autormatic review  more

January 20th - Marc Staal Postgame -- 1/20





01.18 Marc Staal Re-signed for 6 years - $34.2M
01.06 Anthony Duclair Reassigned to Minors
12.20 Cam Talbot Re-signed for 1 year - $1.45M
11.13 Dan Boyle Activated from Injured Reserve
11.10 Jesper Fast Called up from Minors
11.10 Ryan Malone Reassigned to Minors
11.10 Conor Allen Reassigned to Minors
11.08 Derek Stepand Activated from Injured Reserve
11.06 Chris Mueller Reassigned to Minors
11.05 Dylan McIlrath Reassigned to Minors
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