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
The New York Rangers decided to let Anton Stralman go on July 1, and they signed Dan Boyle formerly of the San Jose Sharks and Tampa Bay Lightning to replace him on the second defensive pairing. Boyle is an accomplished defender whoShow More Summary
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
Notorious New York Rangers fan Tim Robbins gave his 55-year-old body a workout by playing street hockey with a few friends in Santa Monica recently.Do you think breathing through your eyelids works in hockey too?
Two men have been arrested on federal drug charges stemming from the 2011 death of former New York Rangers enforcer Derek Boogaard, who overdosed on oxycodone and alcohol after a violent hockey career that left him brain damaged and addicted to painkilling drugs.
Larry Brooks of the New York Post was the first to report that former Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Malone would be joining the New York Rangers during their informal skating sessions, but there's a chanceShow More Summary
When the New York Rangers bought out Brad Richards in June, they not only freed up cap space, but they officially gave Derek Stepan autonomy. Stepan has occupied top-line minutes over the past few seasons, but with Richards around there...Show More Summary
New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist gives a preview of the “Blueshirts’” upcoming 2014-2015 NHL season
On August 20, the New York Rangers were the winners of the race to land unrestricted free agent Kevin Hayes, a forward who had previously been a first-round pick of the Chicago Blackhawks but opted not to sign with the team. Where does...Show More Summary
Carl Hagelin has been a huge NHL success for the New York Rangers no matter how you look at it, and the upcoming season is shaping up to be another opportunity in which the speedy Swede will look to take advantage of. The former Michigan...Show More Summary
Chris Kreider is one of the New York Rangers' most celebrated stars on Broadway, and the upcoming 2014-15 season should be a momentous time for the sophomore NHL winger. Kreider dazzled and impressed during postseason stints, but 2013-14...Show More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks are not looking for miracles from Brad Richards in 2014-15. When they signed the former New York Rangers center at the start of free agency, Stan Bowman and Joel Quenneville did not assume that they had brought in an all-star to play between Patrick Kane and Brandon Saad on the Blackhawks' No. Show More Summary
The New York Rangers currently have a packed roster at 22, but it will be filled at the max of 23 once John Moore is signed. This means the Rangers will need to make some moves in order to remain cap compliant, and avoid having talented...Show More Summary
Rick Nash will enter his third season with the New York Rangers in October, and the 30-year-old winger will look to put his past playoff failings behind him. During the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs, Nash only managed to score three goals...Show More Summary
Martin St. Louis has been an elite player in the NHL for quite some time, but he is no longer the young speedster he was earlier in his career. The sage goal-scoring winger by no means is on the verge of retirement, but the Stanley Cup Final reminded everyone that St. Show More Summary
You can play as either the New York Rangers or LA Kings, test out that new skill stick they're flaunting, or go into a free skate practice mode if you're new.
Welcome back to Lost Franchises, where we remember the teams that no longer exist. Here's the history of New York's first NHL team, and no, it's not the Rangers. It's the New York Americans. Even though the New York Rangers are known...Show More Summary
Before players are in the NHL scoring highlight-reel goals, making big hits or amazing plays, they usually need to go through a stint of hockey in the American Hockey League. Some players are good enough to make the jump from the NCAA...Show More Summary
Goaltending is one of the most important positions in hockey, and the New York Rangers know that very well. Henrik Lundqvist is regarded as one of the NHL's best netminders, but the Rangers take every opportunity they can to give their...Show More Summary
The New York Rangers made a number of transactions this summer to bolster their roster, but there are still some roles that need to be filled for the upcoming season. One role in particular is the No. 6 defenseman spot on the third pairing...Show More Summary