Found July 15, 2013 on Ranger Nation:
The Rangers haven’t been particularly active in free agency this summer, which isn’t overly surprising given the club’s salary cap situation. With a new coaching staff bringing a different system the team has focused on adding depth as opposed to making big changes to the roster. One move the Rangers did make, and one they’ve [...]

Master Plan: New York Rangers roster in 2013 & beyond

For several off-seasons running, I’ve been creating these “master plans” that talk about the future rosters of the Rangers. The purpose of these posts is to really come full circle on all of the topics and rumors we’ve been covering over the course of the season. During prior offseasons, creating these plans was pretty easy for me as John Tortorella frequently talked about...

Press Release: Rangers Announce 2013 Preseason Schedule

RANGERS ANNOUNCE 2013 PRESEASON SCHEDULE Blueshirts to play six road games in 11 days   NEW YORK, July 16, 2013 – The New York Rangers have announced their 2013 preseason schedule today, which includes a total of six games, one of which will be held on neutral ice. The Rangers 2013 preseason schedule opens on [...]

Taylor Pyatt: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

When the Rangers traded Michal Rozsival to Phoenix in 2011, I – being one of the much-maligned Czech defenseman’s few supporters in Ranger circles – of course decided to keep tabs on him. So I ended up watching a fair number of Coyotes games, in the process familiarizing myself with much of their roster. While [...]

Rangers regular season forward roles and usage

Forward usage chart John Tortorella loved his matchups. One of the major points of his coaching style is giving tough minutes to those he could rely on defensively. If there is one area where he and new coach Alain Vigneault are similar, it is here. Both coaches are known for matchups and zone-starting, deploying the offensive players in the offensive zone draws and defensive players...

Best post-lockout Ranger: Round 1, Henrik Lundqvist (1) vs. Olli Jokinen (16)

Offseason tournament bracket. As the offseason wears on, us and Matt Josephs of Blue Line Station (Twitter: Blue Line Station) will be running a tournament for the Best Ranger since the 2005 lockout. The first match in the tournament pits the tournament favorite (Henrik Lundqvist) against the trade deadline acquisition that most people would like to forget, Olli Jokinen. Here’s...

Rangers Pre-Season Schedule Released

The New York Rangers have released the team's pre-season schedule prior to the upcoming 2013-2014 season. #NYR 2013 Preseason Schedule: 9/16 @ NJD 9/17 @ PHI 9/23 @ CAL 9/24 @ EDM 9/26 @ VAN 9/27 @ LAK (In Vegas) — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) July 16, 2013     Obviously, pre-season is pre-season but there's still a few interesting games...

2013 Preseason schedule released

The preseason schedule for the Rangers has been released: 9/16 @ New Jersey, 7PM 9/17 @ Philly, 7PM 9/23 @ Calgary, TBD 9/24 @ Edmonton, 9:30PM 9/26 @ Vancouver, 10PM 9/27 @ LA in Las Vegas, 10PM With the final year of the renovation still in progress, the Rangers will be on the road for all six road games, and likely all of October when the season starts. Training camp will begin...

Best post-lockout Ranger tournament

Offseason tournament bracket As the dog days of summer approach, it’s going to be relatively quiet around the league. To get through this, Matt Josephs of Blue Line Station came to me with a pretty solid idea: Putting together an NCAA style tournament to see who everyone thinks is the best player to put on a Rangers sweater post-lockout (2005 lockout). Matt came up with the 64...
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