Presented with an inquiry that was not about Jerry Dipoto, Angels Manager Mike Scioscia couldn't help but express his relief Wednesday before a series finale between his team and the New York Yankees.
After 16 productive NHL seasons with the Calgary Flames, Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers, 40-year-old winger Martin St. Louis announced his retirement Thursday. The Rangers made the news official via their Twitter account, and St. Show More Summary
The New York Rangers fell short of their Stanley Cup goal in the Eastern Conference Final this past season, and like many established contenders, they find themselves with salary-cap issues as the 2015-16 season approaches. Those issues...Show More Summary
Hawker lady: Read all about it! AM New York! Read all about it — AM New York dot com!Hawker guy, quietly to passersby: Don’t read that shit. They make shit up. Here, have a Metro.–Penn StationOverheard by: go rangers!
Monday, June 29 Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles (ESPN 7 pm) Dave O’Brien, Eduardo Perez, Mark Mulder Tuesday, June 30 Chicago Cubs at New York Mets (ESPN 7 pm) TBA New York Yankees at Los Angeles Angels (MLBN 10 pm) Local Broadcast...Show More Summary
The New York Rangers are at the midpoint of an arc in the hockey world, and the upcoming offseason will impact the direction in which the franchise will trend in the coming years. The Rangers' last two seasons have resulted in losses...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins disappointed in 2014-2015 after a first-round exit at the hands of the New York Rangers. With so much high-end talent like Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby on the roster, expectations are surely high heading into...Show More Summary
In moves connected to their current free-agency standing and next season's salary cap situation, the Ducks on Saturday dealt young forward Emerson Etem to the New York Rangers for forward Carl Hagelin and veteran defenseman James Wisniewski to Carolina for goalie Anton Khudobin.
The New York Rangers found a deal they liked for goalie Cam Talbot, shipping the 27-year-old to the Edmonton Oilers for three draft picks. TSN's Bob McKenzie first reported the deal: The Rangers officially announced the move Saturday, noting they were receiving the 57th, 79th and 184th picks and sending Edmonton Talbot and pick No. Show More Summary
The New York Rangers don't want him back, but Martin St. Louis isn't ready to retire. The 40-year-old former Art Ross Trophy and Hart Trophy winner will be looking for a new home July 1 after a fine yet underwhelming 2014-15 season. He had 21 goals and 52 points, his worst output since the 2001-02 season. Show More Summary
The New York Rangers reached the Eastern Conference Final for a third consecutive season but have not captured a Stanley Cup title since 1994. Which pending free agents must they retain? Do they have enough cap space to target forwards...Show More Summary
The New York Rangers were in a prime position to advance to the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight year, and the team missed a huge opportunity. The problem isn't that the Rangers lost in a Game 7 that would have sent them toShow More Summary
Darryl Hamilton, who played for the Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Colorado Rockies, San Francisco Giants, and New York Mets over 13 seasons with Major League Baseball, was found dead in Texas yesterday in an apparent murder-suicide, police say. The former outfielder, who retired in 2001, was found after a dispute...
Despite another postseason heartbreak at the hands of the New York Rangers, the 2014-15 Washington Capitals certainly have a lot to build on after a surprisingly successful campaign. Some of that was due to the arrival of Barry Trotz,...Show More Summary
Erin Foley hosts a podcast called “Sports Without Balls,” loves the New York Rangers, and reviews the week in sports for the (...)
It was a painful experience for me last week sitting in Madison Square Garden watching my favorite sports team the New York Rangers play for the National Hockey League’s Eastern Conference Championship seeking to earn a trip to playShow More Summary
New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello spoke to the media on Monday for the first time since taking a slap shot to the head back on April 24. Turns out his brain injury was way more terrifying than anybody realized. You see, Zuccarello did not have a concussion. He had a fractured skull, some bleeding […]
New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello has disclosed the extent of injuries he suffered after taking a slapshot to the head during a playoff game in April, underlining the often-overlooked dangers involving with vulcanized rubber being slapped around at speeds approaching 100 mph.
New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello suffered a terrifying injury during Game 5 of the NHL Playoffs against the Pittsburgh Penguins, (...)
The Tampa Bay Lightning are going to the Stanley Cup Final. NHL Live Wire captured the sights and sounds of their Game 7 win over the New York Rangers.