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The New York Rangers (16-13-3) visit the Ottawa Senators (18-9-6) at Scotiabank Place starting at 7:30 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports.
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Henrik Lundqvist - 14-12-2, 2.20 gaa, .922 sv%, 0 so.
Ben Bishop - 7-4-0, 2.54 gaa, .923 sv%, 0 so
- The Senators have won five of their last six games.
- Ottawa is 12-2-3 at home this season.
- Kyle Turris has three assists in the last two games.
- Sergei Gonchar had a 10-game point scoring streak (1g, 14a) stopped Monday against the Devils.
- Daniel Alfredsson has seven points (3...
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Per Steve Zipay, the Rangers are reportedly one of the top two teams contending for NCAA free agent Connor Allen out of UMass. In his 99 game NCAA career (through his junior year), the 6’1, 203 lb defenseman has a scoring line of 14-25-39. Allen, a native of Chicago is rumored to be down to the Rangers and Predators as his final two teams.
The Rangers, who are thin on defensive...
One of the most debated topics among Rangers fans this season has been whether or not John Tortorella is in fact at fault for the offensive struggles of Brad Richards and Marian Gaborik. While most of our readership doesn’t seem to make Torts out to be a scapegoat, there are a small, but nonetheless vocal few who do point the finger at our coach.
Among this group, some think Tortorella’s...
Yesterday, John Tortorella was a guest on the Michael Kay Radio Show (ESPN Radio) and discussed numerous issues including Marian Gaborik struggles, Chris Kreider's improvement, Marc Staal's status and more...
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...really interesting to hear Tortorella...
A few days ago, Steve Zipay noted that the Rangers were showing interest in NCAA free agent defenseman Connor Allen out of UMass. Today, the Rangers signed Allen to an entry-level deal. Terms of the deal are still unknown, although it is highly unlikely that the Rangers signed him for this season, as he would make contract number 50. It is more likely that his deal begins next season...
On Tuesday, I wondered with all the head shots Henrik Lundqvist has been taking lately along with his complains of headaches whether he was playing with a concussion.
Now comes this report from Pat Leonard at the Daily News that the Rangers will be monitoring Lundqvist to see if the effects of those blows will continue...
"...the Rangers will keep a watchful eye on...
The #NYR have agreed to terms with free agent defenseman Conor Allen, who played this season at UMASS-Amherst
— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) March 29, 2013
Allen will report directly to the CT Whale on an Amateur Tryout Contract (ATO), with his Rangers contract beginning next season.
The 6' 1", 210lb Allen finished his career at UMass with 14 goals, 25 assists...
In a web chat on ESPN.com, Katie Strang says there's a good chance the Rangers will stand pat at the trade deadline.
She adds that Glen Sather is likely to recognize that this isn't the year to go all in.
She reiterates the Rangers interest in Dan Boyle and Ryane Clowe, but says the asking price is probably too high.
Strang finishes by stating that a few of the...
The New York Rangers’ farm team, the Connecticut Whale, won two out of three games this past weekend at home. Defenseman Logan Pyett, forward Nick Palmieri, and Ranger prospect Andrew Yogan all had three points this weekend, while defenseman Dylan McIlrath, Sam Klassen, Blake Parlett, and forwards Ryan Bourque, Benn Ferriero, Brandon Segal, and rookie [...]
Whether you’re a lifelong fan of 40 years or a relative hockey/Rangers rookie we all have a that one common interest , the New York Rangers. However , why are we all Rangers ? Each fan has a background with this team that is unique and special to them. I would like to share mine [...]
The Bruins made a peculiar move on Wednesday afternoon around the waiver wire.
According to reports, the B’s claimed forward Kaspars Daugavins off waivers after the Senators put the 24-year-old on waivers on Monday. Daugavins will be a restricted free agent at the end of this season, and he’s making just $635,000 this season, according to CapGeek.com.
Daugavins is no stranger...
I think it's safe to say that if David Dziurzynski had not been knocked out March 6 vs Toronto, Kaspars Daugavins would not have been waived yesterday. But instead we saw a reactionary trade for Matt Kassian, and a useful depth player waived and then claimed by a superior team.
AJ Jakubec suggested yesterday afternoon that the reasoning behind the waiving was a complaint...
from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,
Senators GM Bryan Murray told CTV Ottawa before Thursday's visit by the New York Rangers that the back surgery the club's top centre had may not allow him to return this year
"(Erik) Karlsson and (Spezza) are real borderline at this time," said Murray.
Speaking during the morning skate, Murray said Spezza has been...
Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record reports that despite Mats Zuccarello officially re-signing with the Rangers this morning, he will not be in the line-up vs. the Senators tonight as the Blueshirts will stick with the same line-up that tied a season high five goals against the Flyers Tuesday night.
Gross adds that Henrik Lundqvist will be back between the pipes for the ninth...
The New York Rangers (16-14-3) lost to the Ottawa Senators (19-9-6) by the score of 3-0, tonight. For a box score go to Yahoo! Sports.
...if we learned anything tonight, it's that the Flyers are eff'n awful.
...disgraceful display by the entire Rangers team to play that way with just 16 games remaining and the season hanging in the balance. Absolutely no effort or...