DAN BOYLE RUMORS & GOSSIP
By most reasonable counts, the Rangers front office had a pretty crappy summer in free agency. They lost defensive stalwart and ‘possession god’ Anton Stralman to the Tampa Bay Lightning and replaced him with 38 year old Dan Boyle, who can’t come anywhere close to replacing Stralman’s even strength minutes. Even though the Rangers were continue reading...
When the Rangers signed Dan Boyle to a two-year deal worth $9 million, they were signing someone to fill a pair of holes. The first hole to fill was that of the now departed Anton Stralman on the second pair, and the second was to fill Brad Richards’ role on the powerplay. It’s a gamble to […]
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After six years in San Jose, Dan Boyle -- the Rangers' most significant offseason acquisition -- is going coast-to-coast.
"I was just on the phone with the movers,'' said Boyle, who is uprooting his wife and two young daughters to the New York suburbs. "We're pretty close on finding a place near the practice rink.''
With relocation on the front...
Ever wonder what it’s like to realize all your dreams have come true and you are playing in the National Hockey League? Dan Boyle, forward for the New York Rangers, opens up on just that very subject and one of his first heavy hits as a Florida Panther had something to do him needing to eat his Wheaties.
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One of the complaints from Rangers fans after the signing of 37-year old (will be 38 on July 12th) Dan Boyle was how he fit the mold of a typical over-the-hill, fading superstar signing Glen Sather has become notorious for during his tenure as Rangers GM.
And those complaints seem justified when looking at Boyle’s point total which has decreased every season since 2009-10, bottoming...
New Rangers defenseman/power-play quarterback Dan Boyle just conducted a conference call with the New York media, his first comments about joining the Rangers as an unrestricted free agent by agreeing to a two-year deal worth $9 million on July 1.
Boyle, who turns 38 on Saturday, turned down more lucrative offers with longer terms to sign with the Rangers.
“That’s where I wanted...
In need of some blue line upgrades the Red Wings have reportedly reached out to a number of impending free agents including defenseman Dan Boyle according to Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press.
#RedWings have reached out to a number of players agents today. Strong interest in D Dan Boyle.
— Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames) June 25, 2014
The Wings have been in need of...
Per Katie Strang, the Rangers are one of multiple teams who have shown interest in defenseman Dan Boyle. Boyle –a right-handed shot– is coming off a 12-goal, 36-point season with the Sharks, where he spent the last six seasons. What we know about Boyle is that he is an offensive defenseman that excels on the […]
If veteran defenseman Dan Boyle hits the free-agent market on July 1, the Toronto Maple Leafs are one team he would consider signing with.
“The Toronto Maple Leafs are high on Dan Boyle’s list,” TSN’s Darren Dreger said during Wednesday’s edition of Insider Trading.
“He’s expected to alert Islanders GM Garth Snow at some point this week as to whether or not he intends...
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The Islanders made news recently when they traded for the rights to Dan Boyle. The Isles dealt a fifth-round pick to the San Jose Sharks for the right to negotiate with Boyle before the defenseman hits free agency. Of course, the Islanders would still have to negotiate a new contract with Boyle – assuming he wants to play there.
According to one report, it doesn’t look like Boyle...