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Rangers set for season after disappoiting Stanley Cup Final

Rangers players kicked off training camp Thursday in Greenburgh by undergoing physicals, but it was Alain Vigneault’s assessment of his team’s mental state coming off a five-game defeat in the Stanley Cup Final and a short offseason that struck an optimistic tone to open the 2014-15 NHL season.

Joystiq Streams: When a Canadian coaches a scrub in NHL 15

The Rangers versus Kings Stanley Cup final this past June was one of the most watched Stanley Cup finals in a generation. NBC reported it had about 5 million viewers total. To put that in perspective, the Super Bowl snagged 111.5 million viewers in...

New York Rangers' Summer Deals Will Create Meaningful Training Camp Competition

After coming up short against the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Final, the New York Rangers were given a chance to reflect and focus on the future. Months have passed since a dejected Henrik Lundqvist lay prone on the ice, and...Show More Summary

Burning Questions as New York Rangers' 2014 Training Camp Approaches

Despite a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals, the New York Rangers have several holes to plug in their roster. Brad Richards, Brian Boyle, Anton Stralman, Derek Dorsett and Benoit Pouliot are all gone, and it is vital that the organization finds suitable replacements. Heading into training camp, head coach Alain Vigneault will have many options. Show More Summary

Burning Questions as Chicago Blackhawks 2014 Training Camp Approaches

After winning the Stanley Cup in 2013 and getting to the Western Conference Final last year, there's little doubt that the Chicago Blackhawks rank among the elite teams in the NHL. While they have a talented roster that is loaded with...Show More Summary

Michigan/Notre Dame Gives NBC Its Highest Rated Saturday in Adults 18-49 Since the Stanley Cup Finals

Prior to time zone adjustment, the fast nationals show NBC Sports’ Michigan-Notre Dame College Football coverage scoring NBC’s top-rated Saturday night in adults 18-49 and total viewers in three months

Ranking the Top 5 Under-the-Radar Prospects for Los Angeles Kings

You may not know their names, but you should. The Los Angeles Kings have a fairly deep prospect pool, considering they've been to three consecutive conference finals and won two Stanley Cups. Many prospects who have been picked outside...Show More Summary

Ranking the Chicago Blackhawks' 5 Best Highlight-Makers in the Last Decade

When a team secures two Stanley Cup championships in the last five seasons and reaches the Western Conference Final in a third season, there's going to be no shortage of highlights. The Chicago Blackhawks are loaded with stars who have...Show More Summary

Seth Rogen Drinks Beer out of Stanley Cup

Canadian actor Seth Rogen has apparently always wanted to drink out of the Stanley Cup, and his dream finally came true Saturday. While in Montreal for a "Just for Laughs" gala, Rogen wanted to drink beer out of the Stanley Cup in attendance. Show More Summary

How Each Offseason Addition and Departure Will Affect New York Rangers

The New York Rangers have been all over NHL free-agent news this offseason, and for mostly all the wrong reasons. After a visit to the Stanley Cup Final, one would imagine general manager Glen Sather was hoping to keep much, if not all...Show More Summary

World Cup final ratings double Stanley Cup

And that's without including Univision's numbers. All World Cup we've been talking about how new standards were being set in terms of TV viewership. The final did not disappoint. Although Univision numbers are not yet in, ABC is reporting that the Argentina-Germany final was the third-highest rated World Cup match in its history with a 9.7 overnight. Show More Summary

Why 2014-15 New York Rangers Will Be Better Than 2013-14 Squad

Since coming up short in the 2014 Stanley Cup Final, it seems that it has been all fire and brimstone for the New York Rangers, and their success this past season has been looked at as lucky and fortunate. Critics have said the Rangers are lucky the Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins. Show More Summary

How Much Will 2014 Free-Agent Exodus Harm the New York Rangers?

The New York Rangers had a remarkable 2013-14 season, going all the way to the Stanley Cup Final before being eliminated by the Los Angeles Kings. They had a less successful 2014 offseason. Despite the Rangers’ reputation as the destination...Show More Summary

New York Rangers That Need to Take Next Step in 2014-15

The New York Rangers went to the Stanley Cup Final in 2013-14, but they can't sit on their laurels. The Blueshirts had their greatest season since the 1993-94 squad won the Cup, and they will need to take another step forward duringShow More Summary

NHL Trade Rumors: Mike Green, Vincent Lecavalier and More Offseason Buzz

After an exciting Stanley Cup Final, an entertaining NHL draft and the start of free agency, the 2014 offseason has officially kicked into high gear as trade rumors continue to circle. With top names like Mike Green and Vincent Lecavalier...Show More Summary

The Rangers aren't as deep after free agency, but are they still good?

After losing players like Benoit Pouliot this offseason, the New York Rangers are certainly going to look like a different team next season. But are they a worse team? Even though their trip to the Stanley Cup Final was somewhat of a...Show More Summary

NHL Free Agents 2014: Ranking Top Players Left on Open Market

The Stanley Cup Final was entertaining and the 2014 NHL draft built genuine excitement surrounding the offseason, but the landscape of the league shifted after this year’s crop of top free agents chose their final destinations. While...Show More Summary

5 New York Rangers Prospects Set to Challenge for a Roster Spot in 2014

After a magical ride that saw the New York Rangers make it all the way to the Stanley Cup Final, general manager Glen Sather was handed a tough task: keeping the Eastern Conference champions intact. Although that was never going to happen. Show More Summary

NY Rangers Rumors: Latest Free-Agent Updates and Trade Chatter

The New York Rangers are going to have a hard time recreating their run to the Stanley Cup Final from last year in the 2014-15 NHL season. At least that's been the prevalent line of thinking from pundits such as Dan Rosen at NHL.comShow More Summary

Anton Stralman Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Star Defenseman

The New York Rangers earned a trip to the 2014 Stanley Cup Final due to some strong production from their defense. During the regular season, the Rangers allowed just 193 goals—the second-fewest in the Eastern Conference—and continued...Show More Summary

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