Found March 26, 2014 on Ranger Nation:
Recently Larry Brooks of the New York Post reported that defenseman Anton Stralman had rejected a three-year, $9MM extension offer from the New York Rangers. This was later rebuffed by Stralman’s representative, Marc Levine, though he did not elaborate whether in fact an offer had been made by the club or whether Stralman had actually […]

Rangers’ Chris Kreider out with hand injury

New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider will not play Wednesday against the Philadelphia Flyers and will not join the team on its four-game road trip following the game. because of a hand injury. “We’re still in the process at this time of evaluating our course of action here,” coach Alain Vigneault said, via “We will know here in the next couple of days.”...

Kreider out a month with hand injury

Sorry this is late folks. Per Bob McKenzie, Chris Kreider has a hand injury and will be out around a month. Kreider missed all of the third period and overtime against Phoenix on Monday night with the injury. The timing of the injury couldn’t come at worse time, as the Rangers are gearing up for a playoff run. This won’t affect their ability to make the playoffs, but it will...

The Musings: Are the Rangers peaking at the right time?

The. Best. Goalie. In. The. World. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson) The Rangers are riding a strong run of form, have a goalie close to his peak and beat the Flyers with relative ease Wednesday night. With so many positives let’s muse. They wouldn’t be the Philadelphia Flyers if they wouldn’t look to start something at the end of a game in which they’re losing, would they? Completely...

Kreider Could Have Surgery; Miller In Lineup; St. Louis, Stepan Feeling Better; Carcillo a Flu Victim

After this morning’s practice, Alain Vigneault confirmed Chris Kreider’s broken hand while not ruling our surgery for the 22-year old forward. Vigneault added that Kreider, who suffered the injury during the Columbus game, didn’t cause further damage playing in the next two games against the Devils and Coyotes. Kreider will not accompany the team on it’s up coming four game...

Rangers’ McDonagh, Girardi give ‘D’ some scoring punch

The NHL has become a league in which offense no longer can be relegated to the forwards. Just ask Rangers coach Alain Vigneault, who didn’t even hesitate after Monday night’s comeback 4-3 overtime win over the Coyotes to make what now is a common declaration. “If you’re going to score in this league, you need your back end,” he said, just minutes after he got consecutive...

How About Some MickyDs With Your Playoffs? Ryan McDonagh, That Is

Ryan McDonagh (1 G, 2 A, 3 SOG, +3, 2 PIM) lead the way for the streaking Rangers scoring the game winner in OT. He also dished out two primary assists, ended up plus-3 and even threw in a couple PIM to make the game complete. I didn’t think he’d get there, but McDonagh is looking at breaking the 50-point/15 goal markers this season and that easily sits him among the league...

Syvret is Wolf Pack’s Veteran Power-play Anchor

By Bob Crawford Hartford Wolf Pack veteran defenseman Danny Syvret is the quarterback of a Wolf Pack power-play unit that was 0-for-17 in four games, and 1-for-31 in a span of seven games, going into Saturday night’s visit to Adirondack. The power play exploded in that contest, though, going 3-for-5 against a Phantom penalty kill that entered the game second overall in the league...

Rangers defense stiffles Flyers in 3-1 win

Photo by Scott Levy/NHLI via Getty Images The Rangers and Flyers played what will probably be a first round preview, as these teams appear destined to square off in April when the playoffs open. The Rangers came out a bit flat, but weathered the early storm from Philly before breaking through for a 1-0 lead at the end of the first. The Rangers settled after that, and started controlling...

Lundqvist, Rangers stymie Flyers in loss

Derek Dorsett celebrates after scoring the first goal of the game. The Rangers beat the Flyers on Wednesday night, 3-1. (Photo Courtesy of King Henrik was at it again. Once again, the Flyers were the victim. The Flyers suffered their second straight defeat at the hands of the New York Rangers on Wednesday night, falling 3-1 at Madison Square Garden in New York. The high...

Rangers Roll over Rival Flyers 3-1

The Broadway Blueshirts picked up a massive two points against their hated rivals, and possible first round playoff opponents in a 3-1 victory lead by a dazzling performance from Henrik Lundqvist, who made 30 stops, and the surprising offensive contribution Continue reading The post Rangers Roll over Rival Flyers 3-1 appeared first on NYR Center Ice.

Rangers 4, Coyotes 3, OT

The New York Rangers (40-29-4) defeated the Phoenix Coyotes (34-26-12) by the score of 4-3 in overtime, tonight. For a box score, go to Yahoo! Sports. …the previous two games the Rangers showed passion, toughness and intensity, whelp, I guess we can add resiliency to the list of adjectives to describe this team as that was as gutty an effort as you’re going to see after the Rangers...

Thursday (3/27/14) Headlines

Bergen Record – Rangers widen lead on Flyers with 3-1 victory Bergen Record – Rangers notes: Surgery possible for Chris Kreider New York Post – Rangers blow past Flyers, widen gap for second in Metro Daily News – Red-hot Ryan McDonagh helps NY Rangers to win over Philadelphia Flyers, 3-1 New York Times - Overcoming Latest Adversity, Rangers Win a Possible Playoff Preview...

Rangers 3, Flyers 1

The New York Rangers (41-29-4) defeated the Philadelphia Flyers (38-26-7) by the score of 3-1, tonight. For a box score, go to Yahoo! Sports. …ten days ago, the Rangers season was on the brink after a heart breaking loss 1-0 loss to the Sharks. A make or break week stared them in the face with games against fellow playoff contending teams. Not only have the Blueshirts stood up...

Lundqvist nearly gets shutout as Rangers top Flyers

Henrik Lundqvist stopped 30 shots and came within 1:53 of his second shutout in three games, and the New York Rangers stretched their season-best winning streak to five games with a 3-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday night.

Rangers blow past Flyers, widen gap for second in Metro

It seemed utterly puzzling that this, of all games, was supposed to be a playoff preview. Because in the midst of all the pomp and circumstance of a prime-time, nationally televised matchup, what happened Wednesday night at the Garden was anticlimactic. The Rangers bled the Flyers out for a 3-1 win, allowing the Blueshirts to stroll off to Western Canada for a four-game trip while...
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