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Derek Stepan Elects For Player Arbitration

per NHLPA: derek stepan has filed for arbitration. — Neill Fowler (@NYRblogneill) July 5, 2015 Most of us know the routine by now… Stepan electing arbitration means he can’t be offer sheeted by another team. Just part of the process. Arbitration hearings start two weeks from tomorrow. Meanwhile out in Anaheim, Carl Hagelin did not elect arbitration. Come on Gorton, give Hags...
Via NY Rangers Blog
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

Derek Stepan files for arbitration

In the most unsurprising move of the offseason thus far, Rangers center Derek Stepan has filed for arbitration. He was the only player –since Carl Hagelin was traded– that was eligible for arbitration on the Rangers. This is just a step in the process, and it is very rare that a player actually goes to […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

NY Rangers Already Active During Offseason; So Are Their Ticket Prices in 2015-16

For the second year in a row, the New York Rangers fell just short of hoisting the coveted NHL Stanley Cup. In their latest quest for a title, the Rangers finished with 110 points and claimed the 2015 Presidents’ Trophy, but couldn’t acquire any more hardware, as the Tampa Bay Lightning took them down in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals to cut their playoff push short...
Via NY Rangers Blog
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the Rangers could afford to move Carl Hagelin

While the disappointment of Carl Hagelin’s (necessary) departure still lingers for some, something might have been forgotten. The Rangers you may recall, have a rather talented NHL ready prospect, on deck, waiting for his chance. Thanks to the Hagelin trade, the path should now be clear for Oscar Lindberg’s arrival in New York. Lindberg has […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Four Thoughts: 6/29

1) The business side of the NHL isn’t always an easy one when it comes to letting go of players fans have seen grow in the system and become integral pieces of the puzzle, as with the case of Cam Talbot and Carl Hagelin who’ve become fan favorites, were sent packing just minutes apart on Saturday. Talbot was a long anticipated move that seemed to drag on and on forever throughout...
Via NY Rangers Blog
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Sifting through the Carl Hagelin/Emerson Etem swap

In case you missed it, the New York Rangers traded both Cam Talbot and Carl Hagelin during the 2015 NHL Draft. The return for Hagelin was Emerson Etem and the #41 pick on Saturday. The return for Talbot was three picks on Saturday. While most of this post is going to analyze the Hagelin/Etem swap, […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Dealin' Ducks get Hagelin, Khudobin; lose Etem, Palmieri, Wisniewski

  The Anaheim Ducks' busy draft weekend demonstrated they're still determined to improve a team that finished a game short of the Stanley Cup Final last month. The Ducks acquired forward Carl Hagelin and goalie Anton Khudobin in trades Saturday while shipping out defenseman James Wisniewski and forwards Emerson Etem and Kyle Palmieri, creating salary cap flexibility and adding a...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Ducks get Hagelin, Khudobin; ship out Etem, Palmieri, Wiz

The Anaheim Ducks' busy draft weekend demonstrated they're still determined to improve a team that finished a game short of the Stanley Cup Final last month. The Ducks acquired forward Carl Hagelin and goalie Anton Khudobin in trades Saturday while shipping out defenseman James Wisniewski and forwards Emerson Etem and Kyle Palmieri, creating salary cap flexibility and adding a proven...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Oilers acquire goalie Talbot from Rangers for draft picks

SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Edmonton Oilers got their goaltender, acquiring Cam Talbot from the New York Rangers. On a busy day of trades Saturday at the NHL draft, the Oilers sent the 57th, 79th and 184th picks to New York for Talbot and the 209th pick. Talbot has just 57 games of NHL experience, but at age 27 he could still blossom into a starter. He has a year left on his contract and...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Rangers: adjö, Carl Hagelin and Cam Talbot

Sigh. It finally happened. Cam Talbot has been traded by the New York Rangers to the Edmonton Oilers. No, not for Nail Yakupov or Ryan Nugent-Hopkins or Jordan Eberle or for any physical human being. The Rangers traded him for three picks in the draft, specifically numbers 57, 79, and 184. The Rangers then sent the 57th pick to Washington for two later round picks. Glen Sather screwed...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Oilers get goaltender Cam Talbot, trade picks to Rangers

SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) The Edmonton Oilers got their goaltender, acquiring Cam Talbot from the New York Rangers. On a busy day of trades Saturday at the NHL draft, the Oilers sent the 57th, 79th and 184th picks to New York for Talbot and the 209th pick. Talbot has just 57 games of NHL experience, but at age 27 he could still blossom into a starter. He has a year left on his contract...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Dealing Carl Hagelin gives Rangers cap flexibility

Dealing Carl Hagelin gives Rangers cap flexibility
Via Philly Sports Live
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers send Carl Hagelin to Anaheim for Emerson Etem

The New York Rangers have traded Carl Hagelin to the Anaheim Ducks for winger Emerson Etem. The Rangers will also get the 41st pick in the 2015 draft. The Ducks will get 59th and 179th picks. More to come.
Via Blue Seat Blogs
8 days ago  |  Discuss

5 Free Agents the New York Rangers Should Target

View image | gettyimages.com With the regular season over and the off season just beginning to get busy, The New York Rangers have much to consider,with the upcoming free agency for 5 of their players. As of July 1/2015 Carl Hagelin, Derek Stepan, JT Miller, and Jesper Fast will all become restricted free agents.Martin St.Louis will become an unrestricted free agent. There is...
Via TopSportsReport
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Stay Or Go: Carl Hagelin

Up next among the Ranger free agents the team will have to make a decision on is the speedy Carl Hagelin. While there’s no reason to believe at this point that Hagelin won’t be back in Rangers blue in October, that decision may not seem so cut and dry. Hagelin’s coming off a two year bridge deal that paid him a total of $4.5 million. The arbitration eligible winger has just...
Via NY Rangers Blog
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Buyout Period Begins Today; Zuccarello Presser

As mandated by the CBA, the NHL buyout period began this morning and concludes on June 30th. Dan Boyle has been rumored to be at the forefront of a potential buyout. Per War-On-Ice’s buyout calculator, a buyout would save $3 million in cap space, but would count towards NYR payroll in 2016-17 in $1.5 million in dead cap space. Kevin Klein has also been postured as someone who could...
Via NY Rangers Blog
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Projecting Derek Stepan’s next contract

Yesterday, I looked at what Carl Hagelin’s next contract might cost the Rangers, and it came out to be maybe $250,000 more than most had him pegged. I usually guess a little higher, so that people aren’t shocked if the contract comes in higher than expected. The other expensive RFA is Derek Stepan, the Rangers […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers RFA qualifying offers

The Rangers have four roster players headed to restricted free agency this summer. Two (J.T. Miller, Jesper Fast) are coming off their entry-level deals, and two (Carl Hagelin, Derek Stepan) are coming off their two-year bridge deals. Per the CBA, any RFA making over $1 million must be offered the current salary. Players making between $660,000 […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Projecting Carl Hagelin’s next contract

The Rangers are entering this offseason with four key RFAs, Carl Hagelin being one of them. Hagelin is coming off his two-year bridge deal, which paid him $2.4 million last year and came with a cap hit of $2.25 million. Hagelin’s qualifying offer is $2.4 million, meaning he won’t earn less than that. This would […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
19 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 RFA draft pick compensation

There has been a lot of talk about RFAs this year, as the Rangers have a bunch (Derek Stepan, Carl Hagelin, J.T. Miller, Jesper Fast) heading into the offseason. But it’s also been a hot topic because teams like LA and Chicago have major cap problems with key RFAs –Tyler Toffoli and Brandon Saad, respectively– […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
24 days ago  |  Discuss

2014-15 NY Rangers Post Mortem & Looking Ahead

Ladies and Gentlemen, We are gathered here today to formally say farewell to the 2014-15 New York Rangers, a team that came into October 2014 with a ton of promise and wound up having the best season in franchise history, only to come up 20 minutes away from back to back Stanley Cup Final appearances. The Rangers in the end could not overcome the injuries to Marc Staal and Ryan...
Via NY Rangers Blog
June 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Another Day, Another Elimination Game for the New York Rangers

New York Rangers left wing Carl Hagelin (62) passes off the puck against Tampa Bay Lightning right wing J.T. Brown (23) during the third period of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference final during the NHL hockey Stanley Cup playoffs, Monday, May 18, 2015, in New York. The Lightning won the game 6-2. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) The New York Rangers find themselves down 3-2 in the Eastern...
Via The Sports Journal
May 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Speed vs speed: The New York Rangers’ match-up against Tampa Bay

The New York Rangers completed their comeback against the Washington Capitals with an overtime win on Wednesday night at the Garden. Now they’ve got a date with the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference Finals, who have absolutely dominated the Rangers all season. Ben Bishop has also been stellar for the Lightning throughout the playoffs as well as against the Rangers in...
Via isportsweb.com
May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Braden Holtby stops Carl Hagelin’s penalty shot

Carl Hagelin was awarded a penalty shot and it looked like the New York Rangers were about to level things up with the Washington Capitals. Caps goaltender Braden Holtby had other plans, stoning Hagelin’s shootout attempt with ease. The post Video: Braden Holtby stops Carl Hagelin’s penalty shot appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
Via Bloguin Best
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Braden Holtby stops Carl Hagelin’s penalty shot

Carl Hagelin was awarded a penalty shot and it looked like the New York Rangers were about to level things up with the Washington Capitals. Caps goaltender Braden Holtby had other plans, stoning Hagelin’s shootout attempt with ease. The post Video: Braden Holtby stops Carl Hagelin’s penalty shot appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
Via Puck Drunk Love
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss
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