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HP Prospect Rankings: Rangers at #19

Hockey Prospectus released its current organization rankings for farm systems, and the Rangers slotted in at #19, just behind Ottawa. Corey Pronman had this to say about the Rangers: 19. New York Rangers Tim Erixon’s trade, J.T. Miller’s graduation, and average years from Chris Kreider and Brady Skjei led to a lower ranking for the Rangers. Acquiring Danny Kristo from Montreal...

With McDonagh locked up, attention turns to Stepan

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Torts reveals disagreements were with Sather not players in interview with ESPN NY

This past week John Tortorella was interviewed on The Michael Kay Show on ESPN NY radio. During the interview Torts was pretty candid about what went down after the season had ended. He discussed his great relationship with Henrik Lundqvist, his frequent disagreements with Glen Sather and how none of the players complained to him about his systems or philosophies during their exit...

Rangers get their man, re-sign Ryan McDonagh

The Rangers made their most important signing of the summer today in re-signing Ryan McDonagh for 6 years at an annual cap hit of $4.7M. With this deal in the books, Rangers fans can breathe a little easier today knowing that our franchise defensemen is now locked up for another six years. Many figured McDonagh would get a deal similar to that of Dan Girardi and Marc Staal, who resigned...

Rangers, Ryan McDonagh Expected To Agree On Six Year Extension

New York Rangers defensemen Ryan McDonagh is expected to sign a six year extension with the team some time today according to Aaron Ward of TSN.  McDonagh, 24, posted 4 goals to go along with 15 assists last season. Larry Brooks of the New York Daily News reports that McDonagh’s extension will have a cap [...]

Rangers agree on deal with McDonagh

The Rangers have agreed to terms with restricted free-agent defenseman Ryan McDonagh on a six-year, $28.2 million contract. The new deal announced Monday will carry an annual salary-cap hit of $4.7 million for New York, which is close to the financial ceiling with players still left to re-sign, such as forwards Derek Stepan and Carl Hagelin. But reaching an agreement with the 24...

Re-configuring the Rangers power play

With the exception of a few depth signings, it appears Glen Sather will keep the Rangers roster mostly intact for the 2013-14 season. Rather than take a shot at Jarome Iginla, Derek Roy, or Daniel Alfredsson (all of whom signed one year deals), the organization has instead decided to keep Brad Richards around for at least one more season. Barring a trade, it looks as though AV will...

Zuccarello Still Expects to Re-Sign With Rangers

Larry Brooks at the New York Post says that even with Ryan McDonagh signing a contract close to $5 million per year, Mats Zuccarello's agent still expects his client to be playing with the Rangers this fall... “As of now, our expectation is that we will re-sign with NY [rather than sign in Europe].” The Rangers have $6.55 million in cap space remaining. That number...

Idiotic Free agency leaves Rangers in good position

This July 5th, was perhaps the most stupid free agency opening in living memory. When a player scratched in the Cup Final (Victor Stalberg) can turn his level of ‘performance’ into a four year deal you have to wonder. When Andrew journeyman Ference can – at 34 no less – turn his bottom pair duties for Boston into four years 12+ million you continue to wonder. When Ryane Clowe...

A Short History Of New York Rangers' Prospect Trades

When the New York Rangers made an unexpected decision to trade promising prospect Christian Thomas to the Montreal Canadiens in return for Danny Kristo many were perplexed. It was not an ostensibly poor move, but rather an interesting one; it's not often you see teams swapping well-regarded prospects without there being some sort of "catch" or circumstance that makes...

McDonagh's New Deal Coming Today

Expect the New York Rangers to announce Ryan McDonagh's 6 year extension today. #TSN — Aaron Ward (@aaronward_nhl) July 8, 2013 At six years, the Rangers are buying 2 seasons which McDonagh will be eligible for un-restricted free agency. Now we wait on the dollars. Big sticking point since McDonagh's new contract will be the largest of all the Ranger RFA'...

The Rangers Made Moves But Will It Help The Team

The New York Rangers made three moves on the day free agency opened and it had a couple scratching their heads but mostly it was moves that shows this is a new team under a new head coach. The first move of the day saw the Blueshirts bring back center Dominic Moore to the organization. [...]
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