This was never destined for hockey lore. In the spring of 1994, New York Rangers captain Mark Messier made a guarantee that would entrench him in NHL lore. With his team down 3-2 in the Eastern Conference Final to the New Jersey Devils,...Show More Summary
Shades of Mark Messier. Evgeni Malkin might've just created his own Mark Messier moment. Only less emphatically. Messier became part of hockey lore when he famously guaranteed his New York Rangers would beat the New Jersey Devils in Game 6 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Final. Show More Summary
Wednesday, May 18 Boston Red Sox at Kansas City Royals (MLBN 2 pm) Local Broadcast [alt: Rangers at A’s – 3:30p] Washington Nationals at New York Mets (ESPN 7 pm) Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe, Doug Glanville Thursday, May 19 Chicago Cubs...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning arrive at the NHL's Eastern Conference Final without having been pushed to a Game 7 in any of their previous series. Pittsburgh romped over the New York Rangers—making them look old and slow in the process—and then defeated the Washington Capitals in six games. Show More Summary
After having one of the worst seasons in his MLB career, Kyle Lohse will look to rebound with the Texas Rangers. According to Jon Heyman of MLB Network, Lohse and Texas agreed to terms on a deal. Joel Sherman of the New York Post confirmed...Show More Summary
Thursday, May 5 New York Yankees at Baltimore Orioles (MLBN 7 pm) Local Broadcast [alt: Rangers at Jays] Friday, May 6 Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees (MLBN 7 pm) Matt Vasgersian, Jim Kaat & Sam Ryan [alt: Dodgers at Jays] Saturday,...Show More Summary
In October 2014, a development team that included former New York Rangers great Mark Messier finalized a 99-year lease with the city to redevelop the vacant Kingsbridge Armory in the central Bronx... To view the full story, click the title link.
An early resident of the Town of York saw prestige and prosperity slip through his grasp. William Bond was a Queen’s Ranger, one of the early residents of the Town of York, and among the first settlers granted lands along Yonge Street. Show More Summary
You could say I've been spoiled growing up as a New York sports fan. My teams: the Yankees, the Giants and the Rangers, have all had varying degrees of success over the past two decades. I've never been a basketball buff, so I've been spared from the long-time suffering of Knicks fans. Show More Summary
Elvis Andrus had a tiebreaking RBI triple and Texas beat the New York Yankees 3-2 on Wednesday night, when former Rangers shortstop Alex Rodriguez hit his 100th homer in the stadium.
In the final game of their series, the New York Yankees battle the Texas Rangers at Global Life Park in the regular season of Major League Baseball.
Rangers defenseman Dan Boyle is 39 years old and has most likely played his last NHL game. And that’s probably a good thing, because the dude no longer has any fcks to give. On Tuesday, Boyle spoke to the media for the last time after the Rangers were eliminated by the Penguins in five games […]
A.J. Griffin pitched eight strong innings, Mitch Moreland hit a bases-loaded two-run single during a five-run third and the Texas Rangers beat the New York Yankees 10-1 on Tuesday night.
New York Post hockey writer Larry Brooks has been the recipient of some epic tirades over the years, and he was again Tuesday. This time, it wasn’t a coach like John Tortorella yelling at Brooks, but a player: the New York Rangers’ Dan Boyle. Show More Summary
Nathan Eovaldi of the New York Yankees had his no-hit bid against the Texas Rangers ended by Nomar Mazara's single leading off the seventh inning.
ESPN Radio New York is the flagship station for the New York Knicks and New York Rangers. With the Knicks out of the playoffs, it has led to plenty of frustration and criticism from the media and fans. As Phil Jackson attempts to right...Show More Summary
Hidden among the rugged mountains, spruce thickets and mossy bogs of New York's 6-million-acre Adirondack Park lie the remnants of dozens of planes that have met their doom over the decades.
On Saturday afternoon, the New York Rangers became the third team eliminated from the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs following a humiliating 6-3 defeat at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 5 of their first-round series. The loss...Show More Summary
As it turns out, the New York Rangers were little more than a speed bump for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Pens dispatched their division rivals in just five games, lighting up all-world goaltender Henrik Lundqvist for 15 goals over the...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins made sure there would be no New York Rangers comeback on Saturday with a 6-3 victory in Game 5 at the Consol Energy Center to win the series 4-1. Pittsburgh exploded for four goals in the second period to break a 2-2 first-period tie, putting the game away and exorcising some postseason demons in the process. Show More Summary