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Coach Peter DeBoer Brought His Firing by the New Jersey Devils Upon Himself

One day in late January can offer a glimpse into why the New Jersey Devils fired Peter DeBoer on Friday afternoon, one day after Christmas. It was the day before the Devils would face the New York Rangers at Yankee Stadium in a regular-season...Show More Summary

5 Lineup Changes the New York Rangers Should Consider for the New Year

The year 2015 is almost upon us, and with a new year should come some changes. NHL bench bosses meticulously make tweaks to their lineups throughout the season, but sometimes it makes sense to make meaningful moves. The New York Rangers are in the midst of a seven-game win streak, but that doesn’t mean they are perfect. Show More Summary

Latest Updates on the Top Prospects for the New York Rangers

In August, I released a list of top New York Rangers prospects to watch for in the upcoming season. Four-and-a-half months later, it is a great time to take a look at these talented youngsters, as they are in the midst of the early stages...Show More Summary

New York Rangers held a moment of silence for two slain NYPD officers

Before Sunday’s game against the Hurricanes, the Rangers honored the two NYPD officers who were killed in Brooklyn on Saturday. The public address announcer at Madison Square Garden had this to say to the crowd: “Ladies and gentlemen, yesterday afternoon New York Police Department officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu tragically lost their lives in the line of duty. […]

Grading the Pittsburgh Penguins Roster Additions for 2014-15

After a disappointing second-round playoff collapse against the New York Rangers last spring, the Pittsburgh Penguins fired general manager Ray Shero and prepared to make big changes. New GM Jim Rutherford has been true to his task, making a couple of savvy trades and some budget-conscious free-agent acquisitions. Show More Summary

Stock Watch for Top Six Forwards for the New York Rangers

Financial analysts monitor the Dow Jones and Nasdaq with a keen eye every day. I do the same with the New York Rangers. While these financial analysts can tell you what companies are trending up, down or remaining steady, I try to do...Show More Summary

Holiday Wish List for the New York Rangers in 2014-15

Around the holidays everyone is always busy writing lists and checking them twice, and the same could be said of NHL teams. Teams like the New York Rangers are always looking for ways to improve, although the areas in which they want...Show More Summary

New York Rangers Are Benefitting from Canucks' Foolish Firing of Alain Vigneault

The New York Rangers return to Vancouver for a visit with the Canucks on Saturday night, and the game will mark bench boss Alain Vigneault's second trip as a visitor to the arena in which he coached for seven seasons. With the second...Show More Summary

New York Rangers grace Riverbank State Park’s new ice rink

The New York Rangers hit the ice at the new Riverbank State Park ice rink, which reopened Wednesday.

Pittsburgh Penguins Need Sidney Crosby on Track with His New Linemates

On Monday night, the Pittsburgh Penguins did an admirable job of weathering their latest injury storm with a strong game and a third-period comeback that helped them seize a point on the road against the New York Rangers. Though Sidney...Show More Summary

Breaking Down Why the New York Rangers Are a .500 Team

With a 12-10-4 record through 26 games, the New York Rangers have a.538 win percentage. The season to date has been challenging and underwhelming for the defending Eastern Conference champions, and the team has not played to potential. Through...Show More Summary

Rangers Klein Reattaches Ear, Scores Winning Goal

New York Rangers defenseman Kevin Klein offered the definite proof that hockey players are indeed the toughest athletes. He lost part of his ear during Monday night’s game only to have it sewn back on and return to score the game winning goal. Show More Summary

With Part Of An Ear Ripped Off, Klein Is Rangers’ Hero In OT! [Video]

New York Rangers Kevin Klein was high-sticked by Pittsburgh Penguins forward Zach Sill during the first period of Monday night’s hockey game. The incident was worse than anyone thought because it actually ripped off part of Klein’s ear, as reported by Fox Sports. Show More Summary

Rangers player Kevin Klein loses part of ear, has it reattached, scores game-winner. Hockey.

2 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

Now this is the game William and Kate SHOULD have attended. On Monday night, while the duke and duchess of Cambridge were watching some hoops in Brooklyn, Kevin Klein of the New York Rangers was high-sticked late in the first period of the game against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Madison Square Garden, suffered a really […]

Rangers player has piece of ear ripped, scores game-winning goal

Kevin Klein helped the New York Rangers cap off a hard fought win over the Pittsburgh Penguins by scoring the game-winning goal in overtime. This is noteworthy by itself, but becomes even more impressive once learning that Klein hadShow More Summary

NHL Scores: Rangers survive Penguins' comeback attempt in overtime

Pittsburgh proved to be a tough out for New York Monday. You can never count out the Penguins. The Rangers almost learned that the hard way Monday. With Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, the Penguins are uniquely capable of making something special happen when something special is most needed. Show More Summary

Steve Downie turns Marc Staal into a turnstile

The Rangers blew a two-goal lead in 24 seconds. The curse of the two-goal lead is alive and well in New York. The Rangers held a 3-1 lead over the Pittsburgh Penguins with about five minutes left in regulation when Evgeni Malkin narrowed...Show More Summary

NHL schedule 2014: Penguins, Rangers highlight 3-game slate

Three games are scheduled in the NHL on Monday night, two of which will feature Metropolitan Division clubs. The Metropolitan Division will be well represented on Monday night when the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers face off,...Show More Summary

Special Teams Excellence Propels Detroit Red Wings over New York Rangers

The Detroit Red Wings have been a very entertaining team to watch this season, and they have grown tremendously since the season started in early October. It is fair to say that the team has exceeded a number of expectations, and at this point you can only wonder how far this team can go. Show More Summary

What’s causing the NHL’s mumps outbreak?

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

The mumps have made an unfortunate comeback among NHL players this season, with players from the Anaheim Ducks, St. Louis Blues and New York Rangers all coming down with cases. Minnesota Wild defensemen have been hit particularly hard, however, with a total of five players — Ryan Suter, Jonas Brodin, Keith Ballard, Marco Scandella and […]

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