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According to the AHL transactions page the New York Rangers have recalled defenseman Brendan Bell from the Connecticut Whale. There was no corresponding move of a defender being sent down so the Rangers are currently carrying 8 defenders on the roster. This move is likely because of Sauer's injury status and the fact the team is going to Western Canada where it is harder...
In the eyes of head coach John Tortorella, forward Mats Zuccarello earned a spot on the Rangers roster in training camp. He showed improvement in his footspeed and his decision making with the puck, and those were the two major factors that contributed to his descendance to the AHL for a majority of last season. But still, three games into the regular season this year, Zuccarello...
Michael Sauer hit the ice for the first time since opening weekend this afternoon during practice in Vancouver. He's been kept out of the lineup up until this point due to an agitated right shoulder, and it seems as if he will not be in the lineup tomorrow against the Canucks, either.
Sauer mentioned that he is taking the process step-by-step, and skating today was certainly...
… multiple sources have told Philly Sports Daily that these are indeed the Winter Classic jerseys. But only time will tell. DC Concepts, who mocked up the original jersey everyone went crazy for, also mocked these jerseys up as well. I really like what I see here and hope these are the jerseys both teams [...]
The roster moves continue for the New York Rangers, as they have recalled defenseman Brendan Bell from the Connecticut Whale. This is likely due to the Mike Sauer shoulder injury, as he did not practice last week and did not play in last night’s loss to the New York Islanders. Bell was the last player assigned to the Whale after the trip to Europe, as the Rangers needed him around...
You know, some of the negativity is absolutely crazy. I say that a lot around here. It’s kind of like the NFL, where every loss is Armageddon and every win means Super Bowl. Just look at the coverage of the Giants and Jets in this town, and listen to some of the idiocy on the radio.
But that’s a 16-game season, and a loss is pretty big, and a string of losses can be season...
TONIGHT”’S GAME The Rangers will face-off against the Vancouver Canucks tomorrow, Oct. 18, at Rogers Arena (10:00 p.m.), to begin a six-game stretch against Canadian opponents including four on the road to begin the set. The Blueshirts enter the contest having been defeated by the New York Islanders, 4-2, on Saturday at Nassau Colieseum, and [...]
I’m not one for panicking, but with three games gone (which is nothing over such a long grind of a season) John Tortorella needs to step up. First of all, let’s get this out of the way: Tortorella is a great coach; he has instigated a new youthful culture on this club and is the right guy to lead them. He’s softened his old ways much like Tom Coughlin of the New York Giants...
… I totally agree with Adam… the Rangers are just warming up!
title: 'Live Game Updates for',
subject: 'Game 4: New York Rangers @ Vancouver Canucks',
The injury-depleted New York Rangers have recalled defenseman Brendan Bell from the Connecticut Whale of the American Hockey League. The Rangers made the move Sunday, one day after playing without leading defensemen Marc Staal (concussion) and Michael Sauer (sprained right shoulder) in a 4-2 loss to the New York Islanders.
By Christopher Decker (@HockeyGuy_Chris)
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After what seemed like an eternity in Europe, the Rangers finally returned home – well not quite, even though some might consider the Nassau Coliseum a home away from home for the Rangers, as they took on the Islanders for their third game of the season and first in North America. The general feeling surrounding...