Found November 23, 2011 on
That is exactly the attitude the New York Rangers should take tonight when they take on the Florida Panthers tonight in Florida at the BankAtlantic Center.
The Panthers are currently leading the Southeast Division and are showing that they are a tough team to play against. They are a club that never gives up, knows how to battle back and can put the puck in the net.
Much like the Blueshirts, the Panthers have also played terrific hockey in their last seven games, having won five of them. They are also off to one of their best starts in franchise history at 11-6-3 with 25 points.
With all of that in mind, the Blueshirts will need to do everything in their power to play a smart road game. For the Rangers, that means staying out of the box, getting an early lead, playing smart in their own end and getting good goaltending.
Continue reading "Not to be Taken Lightly"
BEST OF MAXIM
The New York Rangers are once again searching for answers to solve their power play woes. According to the team's official twitter Anton Stralman got a chance to show what he can do on special teams today practicing with a first unit that included Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, Brandon
Dubinsky and Eric Christensen. Interesting to see Christensen and Dubinsky on the top...
Anton Stralman will make his Rangers debut tonight, but no official announcement of which player will be the scratch.
Pat Leonard tweeted that Jeff Woywitka is the likely candidate to be pulled from the lineup, which would be right if a defender is the scratch. There is also a small chance that Deveaux would be scratched and the Rangers go with 11F and 7D. That is unlikely...
According to Jim Cerny of NYRangers.com, New York Rangers defensemen Marc Staal and forwards Mike Rupp and Wojtek Wolski all made the road trip to Florida for the Rangers game on Wednesday night. This is the first trip that Staal has made all season with the team. “The team had no imemdiate official word on [...]
TheNYRBlog reader Chris H. sends me this pic of him and Henrik Lundqvist before Saturday night's game in Montreal. Chris says he's met about 90% of the current Rangers team and Lundqvist is by far the coolest as the Rangers goaltender actually held a conversation with him and genuinely appreciates his fans....As always please continue to e-mail (email@example.com) your Rangers...
1) The Rangers will begin their annual coat drive Saturday. If you are going to any of the next three home games and can afford to donate, please consider doing so. Here are the details from the Rangers:
NEW YORK RANGERS HOST 6th ANNUAL WINTER COAT DRIVE TO BENEFIT CHILDREN FROM THE GARDEN OF DREAMS FOUNDATION
New York, November 23, 2010 – In the spirit of the holiday season...
…. I am pumped for this. Cannot wait to see the Rangers & Flyers behind the scenes for the NHL Winter Classic. Hat tip to Adam at SNYRangersBlog.com
from Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice, Devils coach Pete DeBoer said defenseman Anton Volchenkov suffered ““a pretty serious cut, 10-12 stitches” on his face on the hit by Florida’s Shawn Matthias in the first period of tonight’s 4-3 loss to the Panthers.
Volchenkov was not available to the media postgame, but the Devils said Volchenkov suffered a cut to the lip and had a...
Jim Cerny at Blueshirts United reports that Anton Stralman, who was signed by the Rangers on November 5th, has been working hard while waiting for his first opportunity with the Blueshirts..."I think it's been good to take some time, and obviously the team has been doing good, so there's no real rush for me to get in there," Stralman told me following Monday'...
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has recalled forwards Carl Hagelin and John Mitchell from the Connecticut Whale of the American Hock...
Jason Garrison and Kris Versteeg scored and Jose Theodore stopped 19 shots to lead the Florida Panthers to their third straight win, a 2-1 victory over the Rangers on Wednesday.
THE HBO CAMERAS rolled in Greenburgh Monday morning for the network’s NHL Winter Classic preview “24/7” series. Meanwhile, the Rangers discarded the tape of Saturday’s 4-0 loss to Montreal and looked to “correct this thing right away,” as defenseman Dan Girardi put it.
The Florida Panthers have worked their way to the top of the Southeast Division standings and look to remain there when they resume a four-game homestand tonight versus the New York Rangers.
Three injured Rangers - including defenseman Marc Staal - traveled with the Rangers to Florida as the Blueshirts prepare to take on the Panthers Wednesday night.
The Washington Capitals made quick work of the New York Rangers in last season's Eastern Conference playoffs.
Recent regular-season matchups have yielded much different results.
The Capitals and Rangers meet for the first time since the 2010-11 postseason on Friday in D.C.
Washington eliminated New York in five games of their first-round series in which the teams combined...