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The Rangers have signed 2013 6th round pick MacKenzie Skapski (per Skapski’s Twitter) and 2012 4th round pick Calle Andersson (per Adam Herman). Skapski plays for the Kootenay Ice of the WHL, and put together a 2.70 GAA and a .916 SV%. The Rangers are very thin on goaltending prospects, and Skapski has some solid […]
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The New York Rangers have signed 2013 6th round pick Mackenzie Skapski to an Entry-Level Contract, according to… Mackenzie Skapski.
Skapski, who turns 20 in June, came with virtually no fanfare when the Rangers scooped him up at the 2013 Entry Draft, but has since put himself very much on the radar. After a shaky start to the season which included many inconsistent performances...
New York Rangers center Derek Stepan is ready to move on from the incident that broke his jaw in the Eastern Conference final against the Montreal Canadiens. Habs forward Brandon Prust delivered a high, late hit to Stepan’s head in the first period of Game 3. The collision broke Stepan’s jaw and forced him to miss Game 4 after undergoing surgery to treat the injury. Prust was...
When you’re in the business of making punny back page headlines, there’s only so many options at your disposal. So when the New York Rangers defeated the Montreal Canadiens Thursday night to advance to the Stanley Cup Final, both the Post and the Daily News had this to say…
Our front page: Puck yeah! Go Rangers! #WeWantTheCup #nyr http://t.co/De1ZzJ2A3Z pic.twitter.com/963nIBQrwC...
Bergen Record - Fourth line works wonders for Rangers in playoffs
New York Post - Vigneault guides Rangers to finals in first season
New York Post - Vigneault’s crew ‘C’ Richards as true leader
New York Post - The Rangers fight for the Cup blue-nited
New York Post - Old-school Sather pushes all the right buttons for Rangers
New York Post - Everybody hop aboard: Rangers...
The New York Rangers punched their tickets to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1994 courtesy of a thrilling 1-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens in front of its home crowd at Madison Square Garden, ending the Eastern Conference Finals in six games (note: it looks like Corey Hart did not need […] The post NY Post, Daily News use same headline for Rangers win: ‘Puck...
If not for this nasty diving save by Henrik Lundqvist on Thomas Vanek, the Rangers may not have closed out the Habs on Thursday.
Dominic Moore's game-winning, series clinging goal in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final, NY Rangers against the Montreal Canadiens - from the ice with audio from a mic'd up Derek Dorsett.Here's Doc's call.Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers blank the Montreal Canadiens in game 6, headed to Stanley Cup Finals
The New York Rangers are the 2014 Eastern Conference Champions!
The Rangers are in the championship round for the first time since winning it all in 1994. 20 years has been a long wait for Rangers fans.
New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers shook...
Ten years past is really a hockey lifetime for Marty St. Louis and Brad Richards, who have both spoken of their playoff naiveté when their Lightning won the Stanley Cup in 2004.
Veterans now — Richards is 34 and St. Louis turns 39 on June 18, which would just happen to be Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals (if necessary) in which their Rangers will play — the longtime friends...
1. I was 12 the last time the Rangers made it to the Stanley Cup Finals. How old were you? 2. Has your heart stopped racing yet? 3. Wow. What an epic game for your New York Rangers. They put all of the off-ice nonsense in this series aside and brought their A-game. Talk about […]
Surprising injury news at practice this morning as Cam Talbot was out with an unspecified injury.
Alain Vigneault would not say whether it happened during his relief effort in Game 5 against the Canadiens.
…when a goaltender comes off the bench cold, he’s very prone to a muscle pull which is likely the case here. Hopefully it’s nothing serious and Talbot will be back on the...
The New York Rangers took on the Montreal Canadiens Thursday for Game 6 of Eastern Conference Finals. The Rangers came out on top with a 1-0 win and now are looking to advance to the Stanley Cup Playoffs. However, before they go on to the start of the next round watch as one more puck cake gets devoured.
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By Michael Weber.
It’s been 20 years in the making. The New York Rangers are returning to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since their championship 1993-94 season. They defeated the Montreal Canadians in 6 games and now await the winner of the Western Conference Finals, where the L.A. Kings currently enjoy a 3-2 series lead over the Chicago Blackhawks.
We deliberately avoided posting the schedule for the Stanley Cup Finals until the Rangers clinched. Most of us have played at some level, and we are a superstitious bunch. Now that the Finals are a reality, here’s the schedule: Game 1 Wednesday, June 4 @ Chi/LA Game 2 Saturday, June 7 @ Chi/LA Game 3 Monday, […]
from Mark Herrmann of Newsday,
The man who has had his ups and downs, has heard his share of criticism and who often keeps his distance from the media, looks clairvoyant. Consider his comment on March 5 about having acquired Martin St. Louis for captain Ryan Callahan: "I think the guy that's coming in helps us advance a little farther than we expected to this year....