This didn't help tensions one bit. Tensions were already at a boiling point between the New York Rangers and Boston Bruins on Friday before Brad Marchand escalated things even more in the third period. Late in the second period, theShow More Summary
The Rangers didn't expect that outcome. Sometimes toeing the line in the NHL pays off for you. With his team leading 2-1 halfway through the second period on Friday, New York Rangers forward Derek Stepan circled behind his own net and fired a puck up the boards. Show More Summary
Recover from your Thanksgiving feast with afternoon NHL action. The Boston Bruins got out to an early lead over the New York Rangers on Friday, but whether they skirted the rules to do so is still up for debate. Midway through the first...Show More Summary
For some reason, the Rangers didn't challenge the goal. The Boston Bruins got out to an early lead over the New York Rangers on Friday, but whether they skirted the rules to do so is still up for debate. Midway through the first period,...Show More Summary
Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price suffered a leg injury Wednesday against the New York Rangers and was removed from the game. Continue for updates. Mike Condon Replaces Price Wednesday, Nov. 25 Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports confirmed...Show More Summary
Forbes has published its annual valuations of NHL franchises and analysis of the business of hockey. And although individual clubs and the league always dispute Forbes’ assessments on the basis that the financial publication hasn’t looked at their books or doesn’t have complete financial data,...
The New York Rangers are the most valuable NHL franchise at $1.2 billion, taking the top spot on the Forbes list for the first time since 2004. The magazine said Tuesday that Montreal is second at... To view the full story, click the title link.
The New York Rangers top Forbes' 2015 list for the most valuable teams in the NHL, with an estimated value of $1.2 billion. Two Canadian franchises, the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs, are also valued at more than $1 billion. Although...Show More Summary
New York Rangers Seize Top Spot for the First Time Since 2004 New York, NY (November 24, 2015) – Forbes released today the 17th annual valuation of the National Hockey League’s 30 teams. The New York Rangers, worth $1.2 billion, are the most valuable team in the NHL for the [...]
The New York Rangers drive to the top of the NHL has been underpinned by winning hockey and a revitalized arena in the sport's biggest market.
There has been no shortage of parity around Major League Baseball in recent years, and that was never more true than this past season. The Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, Texas Rangers, Houston Astros, New York Mets and ChicagoShow More Summary
A tiny hockey fan was in for the time of his life when he attended a game between the Ottawa Senators and New York Rangers. This adorable little boy had so much fun at the game that the announcers shared the highlights of his day --Show More Summary
That’s one Jonathan Bernier would like to have back. The Toronto Maple Leafs netminder allowed a score Sunday night off a shot New York (...)
Inanimate objects, beware. By all accounts, the Toronto Maple Leafs played an excellent first period against the New York Rangers on Sunday. They took a lead, kept up the pressure and stifled the Rangers' attack. They could only go downhill from there. Show More Summary
Canadian sports channel TSN spliced together this highlight reel of an adorable little boy at a recent NHL game between the New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators. We’re not sure he even watched any of the game, but he clearly was having the time of his life.
What would you do for a stick?
New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist earned a 3-0 shutout against the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden and (...)
Henrik Lundqvist was the star of the New York Rangers' 3-0 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night, recording 33 saves in a shutout. When Lundqvist saluted the crowd after being named one of the three stars of the game, the Rangers goalie decided to try to reward a fan for coming to the game by tossing his stick into the stands. Show More Summary
Baseball season is over, which means we won’t get to see grown men fight over souvenir bats and balls until April rolls around again. Until then, we’ll just have to settle for grown men fighting over hockey sticks. In this particular instance we have a group of Rangers fans engaging in a rather aggressive tug-of-war battle […]
Henrik Lundqvist turned in another stellar performance Tuesday, shutting out the Carolina Hurricanes, 3-0. It was the first shutout of the season for the New York Rangers goalie, but the 56th of his career, and it helped the Swede become the team’s record holder for combined regular season and postseason saves. [It’s (very) early, but Henrik […]