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Bergen Record - Rangers top Lightning, 4-1, to snap four-game slide
Bergen Record - Rangers notes: Chris Kreider back to Whale
New York Post - Nash return sparks Rangers to snap four-game losing streak
New York Post - Kreider on way back to the AHL
New York Post - Rangers’ Lundqvist gets back on track
New York Post - Tortorella happy with progress of Rangers rookie Miller
Daily News - Healthy and Happy: Rangers get Nash and groove back, beat Tampa Bay at Garden, 4-1
Daily News - Key NY Rangers Rick Nash and Ryan McDonagh take part in John Tortorella's optional practice Wednesday
New York Times - Nash Looks Like Himself, and the Rangers Get Back on Track, Too
Newsday - Nash returns, provides spark as Rangers end skid
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The Rangers have sent Chris Kreider back to the AHL’s Connecticut Whale, a move that was widely expected once the Rangers got healthy. Kreider was sent down last week, but was immediately recalled due to the Rick Nash “concussion” and played while he was out. With Nash back, Kreider can return to the Whale to work on his play without the puck.
It is important for Kreider to...
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Rangerland was torn yesterday when Chris Kreider was returned to the AHL. On one side, many blamed Torts for not playing the kid enough to allow him to grow. On the other (note: more rational) side, many looked at is as a way for Kreider to get some solid playing time to work on the aspects of his game that need maturation. It’s clear how we feel on the matter...
The newly demoted Chris Kreider notched Connecticut’s first goal of the game against Bridgeport last night, scoring on the powerplay. The goal was the first of five against the also-newly-demoted Rick DiPietro, and the first of seven total for the Whale. Kris Newbury, Brandon Mashinter, Brandon Segal, Mike Vernace, and Christian Thomas (2) also scored for the Whale. Cam Talbot...
The BSB Friday chat returns today at 3pm. We are talking the awesomeness that is Rick Nash, the slightly tweaked power-play, Chris Kreider’s demotion, whatever. See everyone this afternoon!
According to Larry Brooks at the New York Post, the Rangers have assigned Chris Kreider to the CT Whale.
...i guess the Rangers took my advice yesterday. lol. This was a no brainer. Made no sense for him to either be playing four minnutes on the fourth line or sitting in the press box. Hoping he takes advantage of this move to gain some confidence and get himself back in the...
NEW YORK, February 28, 2013 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has assigned forward Chris Kreider to the Connecticut Whale of the American Hockey League (AHL).
Kreider, 21, has registered one goal and one assist for two points in 11 games this season. He tallied a point in consecutive games, including his first career...
We Rangers fans were treated to two ridiculous goals last night from Rick Nash and Carl Hagelin. So I gotta ask, which one did you think was sweeter? Answer the poll and leave your comments below...
Who had the sweeter goal vs. Tampa last night: Rick Nash or Carl Hagelin?
Here's video of both goals...
...i got to go with the Hagelin goal. Just a beautiful...
Ryan McDonagh (undisclosed injury) and Rick Nash (undisclosed injury) were out on the ice for the Rangers' AM skate prior to tonight's matchup with the Lightning. According to multiple reports, McDonagh says he will be playing tonight. Rick Nash is likely to return.
Nash expects to play, just will test himself in warmups to make sure #NYR
— Pat Leonard (@NYDNRangers...
Milan Lucic is one tough hombre on one of the NHL’s toughest teams, and that’s something that has led to a target on the back of Lucic and the rest of the Bruins.
However, it’s also tough to argue with the fact that the physical style of play that Lucic and the B’s play is successful. The 2011 Stanley Cup champions were one of the roughest, toughest teams in the NHL, and...
The 2013 New York Rangers are a disappointment so far during this lockout shortened NHL season. Coming off an impressive overachieving season where the Rangers finished first in the east and reached the conference finals, expectations were raised over the summer when the Rick Nash trade was consummated. Nash, plus a full year of Chris Kreider, [...]
The Rangers play the second game of their four-game home stand, facing off tonight for the third and final time this year against Tampa. The Blueshirts come off a disappointing 4-3 loss to Winnipeg while the Lightning come in off a 2-1 loss to Boston.
The theme for tonight is that the Rangers are getting the band back together. Rick Nash, who missed the past four games, each of...
After taking the day off yesterday, the Rangers reconvened for practice today with Arron Asham (back spasms) as the only player who did not participate.
According to Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record, the lines remained the same...
Carl Hagelin-Brad Richards-Rick Nash
Taylor Pyatt-Derek Stepan-Ryan Callahan
J.T. Miller-Brian Boyle-Marian Gaborik
The hurting New York Rangers are getting healthy in a hurry.
After a slew of injuries in recent days, the Rangers are returning their regular lineup to the ice against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night as they try to snap a four-game losing streak (0-3-1).
The skid coincided with the undisclosed injury to top forward Rick Nash, who sat out the previous four games with what...
The New York Rangers (9-8-2) used the returns of Michael Del Zotto, Ryan McDonagh and Rick Nash to defeat the Tampa Bay Lightning (9-10-1) in dominant fashion at MSG Thursday night 4-1 and end a four game losing streak. For a full box score of tonight's game, head over to Yahoo! Sports.
- To me, by far the most complete effort of the season in terms of everyone contributing...