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With Ryan Callahan out for 3-4 weeks with a borken thumb, coach Alain Vigneault has moved Taylor Pyatt up to the top line. J.T. Miller was moved up to the second line, and Jesper Fast moved down to the fourth line:
Brad Richards-Derick Brassard-Taylor Pyatt
JT Miller-Derek Stepan-Mats Zuccarello
Benoit Pouliot-Brian Boyle-Derek Dorsett
Darroll Powe-Dominic Moore-Jesper Fast
Pyatt also moved up to the top powerplay unit:
1st PP: John Moore-Richards-Pyatt-Brassard-Stepan
2nd PP: Dan Girardi-AntonStralman-Pouliot-Miller-Zuccarello
The defense pairings remained the same, as Michael Del Zotto is not expected to play tonight.
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Sorry that the ATF is late, wasn’t able to get this done til now. This ATF covers last night’s games, and we will have one tomorrow afternoon to cover tonight’s games.
Danny Kristo notched his third goal of the year and Marek Hrivik netted his first of the year as the Hartford Wolfpack continued its strong start with a 4-3 shootout win over Manchester last night. Aaron Johnson...
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I’m not as high-tech as Dave is, so you don’t get pictures tonight. Not that you wanted them…
Well, that was fun. The Rangers dropped a laugher tonight to the Devils in Newark by a score of 4-0. Let’s break down the ineptitude…
Devils 1, Rangers 0
This play started in the offensive zone, where Derick Brassard made an ill-advised pass through...
After another shaky performance in goal last night, Henrik Lundqvist was pegged, as he often is, as that player that has to be better for the Rangers. It’s not unfamiliar rhetoric surrounding The King, who, by virtue of being the team’s best player, is the one who people point to when things aren’t going well. When a team depends on a guy the way the Rangers depend on Lundqvist...
Martin Biron officially announced his retirement today and will moving on to the next chapter is his life.
According to New York Rangers Martin Biron has officially announced his retirement from the National Hockey League after 16 seasons. Biron has been spending the last several days back at home in Buffalo where he was deciding his next move with his family. His two options were...
The New York Rangers are 2-5, defensively porous and offensively inept. They are discombobulated on the ice and lost for answers. And perhaps worst of all, after cementing their reputation as an iron-willed team over the past three seasons, they are a spineless bunch.
Rick Nash is just one of three key forwards missing from the Rangers’ lineup.
But these are not the New York Rangers...
Connor Allen, the last defenseman cut from the roster during preseason, notched his first professional goal last night in Hartford’s 3-2 win over Portland. Danny Kristo also scored in the contest, with his goal holding up as the game winner. The scoring lines from all prospects from the AHL, CHL, NCAA, and international play are below.
Calle Andersson (Malmo, HockeyAllsvenskan...
October 19th, 1993, Madison Square Garden, NY: After having their three game win streak snapped by the Flyers three nights earlier, the Rangers looked to get back on track at home against an expansion team, usually a recipe for a win. Inspired by the 1992 Disney movie, “The Mighty Ducks” staring Emilio Estevez, the NHL awarded a […]
Today, Martin Biron of the New York Rangers announced his retirement from the National Hockey League after sixteen seasons of action. Biron played 508 games in the league as a member of four Eastern Conference clubs (Buffalo Sabres, Philadelphia Flyers, New…Read more →The post Rangers’ goaltender Martin Biron retires from the NHL after 16 seasons of service appeared first...
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As we all know by now, the Rangers have gotten off to a slow start this season. One of the more surprising factors in Blueshirt’s early malaise was the rather pedestrian play of all-world goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. It wasn’t necessarily that he was playing outright badly, just far below the lofty expectations that the fan base has for #30. After...
After thinking about it it with my family, I've decided to retire as a player and move on to a new chapter. Thank you all for your support.
— Martin Biron (@martybiron43) October 20, 2013
Word is Biron will take a broadcasting job soon.
Coming into this matchup, both the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils were struggling offensively. The Devils had yet to win a game in regulation this season. The Rangers are trying to fight through tough losses and an inconsistent start to their season. Both teams are coming into this game trying to prove something. […]
I’ll be the first to admit: when I heard the news last June that Canucks GM Mike Gillis had hired John Tortorella as coach, I feared an unmitigated disaster. By all accounts, Tortorella had worn out his welcome with the New York Rangers, disrespecting journalists and losing the dressing room (or at least stars like Marian Gaborik and Henrik Lundqvist).
To me, and to many Canucks...
Now that’s more like it! It’s always a little easier to sit down in front of the lap top to write the morning after a Rangers win. In their first contest played in the Eastern Time Zone and against a Metro Division rival, the Rangers shut out frequent postseason antagonist Washington 2 – 0. Time […]
After sixteen seasons as an NHL goaltender, Martin Biron has announced his retirement. Drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the first round (16th overall) of the 1995 NHL Entry Draft, Biron played with the Buffalo Sabres, Philadelphia Flyers, New York Islanders, and New York Rangers. During his career, he appeared in 508 career regular season contests posting a record of 230...
Jason Brough of NBCSports reports that New York Rangers captain, Ryan Callahan, will miss at least three to four weeks with a broken thumb.Callahan suffered the injury last game against the Washington Capitals. The Blueshirts are already without forward Rick Nash, who took an elbow to the head last Tuesday against the San Jose Sharks and Carl Hagelin who is rehabbing his shoulder...