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CHRIS KREIDER RUMORS

Chris Kreider Is Surging, Showing Glimpses Of What’s To Come

In just his second full season with the Rangers 23-year-old power forward Chris Kreider, LW (1 G, 7 SOG, +1) burst out of the gates strong and quickly faded, often looking lost on the ice. His decent culminated with a demotion to the Rangers’ fourth line, a destination that Kreider is none too familiar or comfortable with, and following that he was a healthy scratch. The Rangers...
Via Razzball Hockey
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Kreider Boards Carl Soderberg and Then Gets Worked by Chris Kelley (Video)

Before someone tries to tell me that New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider is a clean hockey player. Or that there was no intention by Kreider to board Carl Soderberg. Please don't.I am also waiting for the comment that Soderberg put himself in a vulnerable position and deserved to get hit like that.Please don't.Take a look at the two videos that I have embedded in this blog post...
Via Goon's World
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Addressing Chris Kreider’s scoring woes: Luck and line mates

The New York Rangers have been a bit lucky of late. They hit a nice patch in the schedule against bad teams and took advantage. They have been carried primarily by Rick Nash, and to a lesser extent by Martin St. Louis, Derek Stepan, and Derick Brassard. Mats Zuccarello has finally started to turn up Read more → The post Addressing Chris Kreider’s scoring woes: Luck and line mates...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Rangers drop Chris Kreider?

(This post was written before the doubts about  Kreider’s availability for tonight were released. But… the point of the post remains.) The arguments for keeping Chris Kreider in the line-up and hopefully riding out his ‘growing pains’ are obvious. Size, speed, a wicked shot and that the team wide lack of size would be further […] The post Should the Rangers drop Chris...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
December 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Injury Update: Kreider shaken up during practice

New York Rangers center Chris Kreider left practice Sunday after a collision with Carl Hagelin. #459669270 / gettyimages.com According to NHL.com, Coach Alain Vignault said that Kreider was shaken up but he could have possibly sustained an upper-body injury. There has not been any other updates on Kreider's condition.Kreider has 13 points (four goals, nine assists) so far this...
Via Sports Injury Alert
December 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Agree with Zuccarello, Kreider; Exchange Numbers with Brassard

The Rangers are on the verge of wrapping up the heavy lifting of the offseason after coming to terms on contracts with RFA’s Chris Kreider and Mats Zuccarello this week. Kreider, as many expected, received a two-year bridge deal worth just a shade less than $5MM total. Zuccarello meanwhile got just a one-year pact calling […]
Via Ranger Nation
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

The Zuccarello and Kreider deals – mixed results for the Rangers

Everyone will be breathing a little easier now Chris Kreider and Mats Zuccarello are under contract for next season but the potential fallout of the two deals really is a mixed bag for the Rangers. Chris Kreider Assuming Alain Vigneault can continue to improve Kreider’s defense, Kreider’s contract should immediately become a bargain. The big, […] The post The Zuccarello and...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers and Kreider Set For Arbitration

Per the CBA, salary figures for arbitration must be submitted 48 hours prior to the hearing. Chris Kreider’s hearing is set for Wednesday morning of this week, July 23rd. Kreider has asked for $2.8 million per year, meanwhile the Rangers have put forth 2 offers, both of them 2-year deals, the better one being $2.2 per year year. The sides can still negotiate a deal prior to the...
Via Save By Richter
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Zipay: Kreider may be ready for second round

Per Steve Zipay, injured winger Chris Kreider will likely miss the first round of the playoffs, but should be ready for the second round should the Rangers advance: Chris Kreider (surgery on left hand March 28) is progressing and the 17-goal scorer should be ready if the Rangers advance to the second round. This means […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Rangers’ Chris Kreider Could Miss ‘At Least A Month’ With Hand Injury

The New York Rangers likely will go into the Stanley Cup playoffs without winger Chris Kreider, who has suffered a hand injury and could miss more than a month, per TSN’s Bob McKenzie. Chris Kreider expected to be out of NYR lineup for extended period: at least a month, maybe much longer. Hand injury, possibly broken bone.— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) March 26, 2014 The Rangers...
Via NESN.com
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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