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Fan Post: The Forgotten Piece Of The Rick Nash Trade

Written by Bryan (King For Cup): As we all know, former Rangers GM Glen Sather was never afraid to make a big splash through free agency or in the trade market. Last year the Rangers picked up Keith Yandle, in 2014 the team nabbed Marty St. Louis from Tampa, in 2013 we saw the blockbuster trade that sent away the Slovakian sniper: Marian Gaborik, and then the year prior was the Rick...
Via NY Rangers Blog
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Fan Post: Was Keith Yandle Used Wisely In The 2015 Playoffs?

Written By: Bryan (King For Cup) After the blockbuster trade that saw the Rangers trade away their top prospect, Anthony Duclair, along with a third straight first round draft pick, many fans (myself included) were very critical of the Keith Yandle trade. Everybody knew Yandle as the defenseman who was a powerplay quarterback with great vision and could make a good first outlet...
Via NY Rangers Blog
23 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Rangers: Ready to conquer the planet

Sign Emerson Etem? Check. Sign Jesper Fast and J.T. Miller? Check. Sign Derek Stepan? BIG CHECK. Stay under the salary cap? Yep, did that too. Well, that’s it. The New York Rangers are ready to head into training camp, and their lineup looks wonderful as they enter another “Stanley Cup or Bust” season, and this team might even be better than last year’s. All that’s left...
Via isportsweb.com
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

How could shooting regression affect the Rangers?

Last week I hypothesized about how the Rangers could make up for the 38 goals they lost when Carl Hagelin and Martin St. Louis departed and determined that there were plenty of reasons for optimism including Keith Yandle’s potential impact on the power play and improved production from young forwards. Then I began wondering about […]
Via Blue Seat Blogs
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Yandle's risk worth the reward for Rangers GM Sather

New York GM Glen Sather traded in some sterling future prospects and draft picks to land 28-year-old defenseman Keith Yandle at the trade deadline in March, but the defenseman did not pay immediate dividends as he struggled with turnovers at the beginning of his New York career.Now in the playoffs, Yandle is starting to look right at home with the Rangers. He played well throughout...
Via Fox Sports
May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Game 5 ECF: Rangers vs. Tampa Bay

The Eastern Conference Final shifts back to NY as the New York Rangers take on the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5, tonight at MSG starting at 8 PM.  For a preview, click here. TV: NBCSN  Radio: ESPN 98.7 FM Rangers Game Notes Probable line-up:  Nash-Brassard-Miller Kreider-Stepan-Fast Hagelin-Hayes-St.Louis Glass-Moore-Sheppard McDonagh-Girardi Staal-Boyle Yandle-Klein Goalie...
Via NY Rangers Blog
May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Rangers' problems disappear in big win over Lightning to tie series

Go ahead and label Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals the feel-good edition for the New York Rangers. All the goats of games past came to the trough and ate well in a 5-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday at Amalie Arena -- a game that evened this series at 2-2. Rick Nash doubled his postseason goal total with two markers, including a breakaway goal that gave the Rangers...
Via Fox Sports
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Friday's best: With OT win, Rangers refuse to be eliminated at home

Best game: New York Rangers 2, Washington 1 (OT). The Rangers were 1:41 away from succumbing to the Presidents' Trophy curse. Their major trade deadline acquisition, defenseman Keith Yandle, made a horrible decision to pinch on a play when his blue line partner, Kevin Klein, had already been beaten on the right side. Capitals defenseman Matt Niskanen chipped the puck past Yandle...
Via Fox Sports
May 09, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Rangers Struggling lack Confidence Versus Stout Washington Capitals

New York Rangers defenseman Keith Yandle (93) and Washington Capitals defenseman Karl Alzner (27) work the puck in front of left wing Rick Nash (61) during the second period of Game 3 in the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup hockey playoffs, Monday, May 4, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) The New York Rangers find themselves down three games to one against their division...
Via The Sports Journal
May 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Lack of effort dooms New York Rangers in Game 3

A lacking offensive output doomed the New York Rangers Monday night, as they were shutout 1-0 by Braden Holtby and the Washington Capitals. A goal by Washington’s Jay Beagle that deflected off of Rangers’ defenseman Keith Yandle was the only score of the game, but it proved to be enough. So what happened to the […] The post Lack of effort dooms New York Rangers in Game 3 appeared...
Via Along the Boards
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Practice Report: 4/28

Double session for the Rangers today as they prepare to face the Washington Capitals. Games 1 and 2 confirmed for Thursday 7:30 and Saturday 12:30. Full schedule coming next. — Seth Rothman (@RothmanHockey) April 28, 2015 Marc Staal who skipped yesterdays optional practice, is on ice — Steve Zipay (@stevezipay) April 28, 2015 Do not see Keith Yandle on ice. He had ...
Via NY Rangers Blog
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Keith Yandle proving to be a successful addition to the Rangers

If you want to explain to someone what Keith Yandle is all about, ask them to watch the Carl Hagelin breakaway goal from game three of the Rangers Pens playoff series, on Monday. Yandle’s pass to set up the goal was pin-point, crisp and defense splitting. Yandle’s pass was perfectly placed allowing Hagelin to race through Read more → The post Keith Yandle proving to be a successful...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
April 22, 2015  |  Discuss

These Rangers are built for long-term success

When the Rangers completed their stunning trade for Keith Yandle on the eve of the trade deadline, conventional wisdom was that the team had locked itself into a two-year window to win it all, after which New York would be banished to Salary Cap Hell and forced to slowly dismantle. The Blueshirts had pushed their chips Read more → The post These Rangers are built for long-term...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
April 22, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Rangers’ Keith Yandle finally hitting his stride

New York Rangers’ defenseman Keith Yandle finally seems to be finding his stride. The 6-foot-1 rearguard, acquired in a blockbuster deal from the Arizona Coyotes at the 2015 trade deadline, has largely disappointed since coming east to Manhattan. Thought to be the answer to the Blueshirts’ power play woes, Yandle initially didn’t play up to […] The post New York Rangers...
Via Along the Boards
April 10, 2015  |  Discuss

What the President’s Trophy means for the New York Rangers

With a 4-2 win over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night, the New York Rangers officially clinched the President’s Trophy, something they haven’t done since their magical Stanley Cup run during the 1994 playoffs. Fast forward 21 long years, and here are the Rangers in that same position once again, hoping to use the benefits of winning the President’s Trophy to their advantage...
Via isportsweb.com
April 09, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Rangers Ride Another Winning Streak as Playoffs Approach

The New Jersey Devils’ Travis Zajac (19) fights for control of the puck with the New York Rangers’ Keith Yandle (93) and Rick Nash (61) during the first period of Saturday in New York. (Mandatory Credit: Associated Press) The New York Rangers put on a show last night as they embarrassed the New Jersey Devils at Madison Square Garden. This game was never close and they jumped...
Via The Sports Journal
April 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Why this Rangers team doesn’t need draft picks

People questioned the amount Glen Sather gave up for Marty St Louis, baulked at the cost of Rick Nash and panicked when Anthony Duclair was part of the Keith Yandle package. Move forward from each of those deals however and each star acquisition brought into the Rangers fold has made a tangible impact on the Read more → The post Why this Rangers team doesn’t need draft picks...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
March 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Rangers destroy Ducks, take President’s Trophy lead

Sorry folks, there won’t be a goal breakdown from last night’s absolute demolition of the Anaheim Ducks. The Rangers blew away the previously lead-leading team by a score of 7-2. Derek Stepan snapped his goalless streak with a pair last night and an assist. Keith Yandle had three assists. Kevin Hayes and Mats Zuccarello had Read more → The post Rangers destroy Ducks, take President’s...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

With Keith Yandle, Rangers Have Legitimate Shot at Returning to the Stanley Cup Finals

Keith Yandle #93 of the New York Rangers battles for the puck against Curtis Glencross #22 of the Washington Capitals in the second period during an NHL game at the Verizon Center. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Photos) On March 1st the New York Rangers made a decision to send top prospect Anthony DuClair, defenseman John Moore, and picks in exchange for top scoring defenseman Keith...
Via The Sports Journal
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Keep calm: the Klein injury can be weathered

When Keith Yandle was acquired from Arizona prior to the trade deadline, the focus became on the formidable blue line corps the Rangers now possessed (once all the Anthony Duclair consternation died down, that is). With John Moore headed to the desert, Matt Hunwick became a depth guy and Dan Boyle’s minutes were about to Read more → The post Keep calm: the Klein injury can be...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
March 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Zuccarello: ‘It’s Nice To Have Security’

Mats Zuccarello gave his first post trade deadline interview to Norwegian outlet Nettavisen earlier today. You can read it in its entirety here and I’ll outline some of the finer points: Zuccarello mentioned that in his contract discussions, he sought to forego looking for more money on the open market in favor of winning.   “The signing four years by a team and know that at...
Via NY Rangers Blog
March 10, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Rangers’ defense leading the way

By engineering the blockbuster trade for Keith Yandle, the New York Rangers have shown that they are all in for this year’s Stanley Cup championship. They gave up a large chunk of their future to acquire the former Arizona Coyote, but with a deep playoff run and the possibility of a Stanley Cup championship on […] The post New York Rangers’ defense leading the way appeared...
Via Along the Boards
March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

A look back at the Keith Yandle trade

When the news came out that the New York Rangers had traded top prospect Anthony Duclair, a first and second-round pick and John Moore in the Keith Yandle deal, I was initially dismayed. Sure, I knew that Yandle was a very talented offensive-defenseman, and sure, I knew that the Rangers had only spent a third-round pick […] The post A look back at the Keith Yandle trade appeared...
Via Along the Boards
March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Looking at Keith Yandle’s play so far with the New York Rangers

He’s only been on the team for three games, but Keith Yandle has already made an impact on the offensive side of the picture for the New York Rangers with his intelligent passes and strong offensive awareness. While the Rangers are 1/6 on the power play in those three games, that number does not indicate how productive those power plays actually were. With Keith Yandle put on...
Via isportsweb.com
March 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Keith Yandle Acquisition Makes New York Rangers Defense Elite

Keith Yandle #93 of the New York Rangers skates in his first game as a Ranger against the Nashville Predators at Madison Square Garden on March 2, 2015 in New York City. (Mandatory Credit: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) The New York Rangers last week went from having an already stacked defense core, to having arguably the best defense core in the National Hockey League. There is no...
Via The Sports Journal
March 08, 2015  |  Discuss
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