As the 500 Days of Keith Yawwwwndle worries continue for New York Rangers fans, we have pretty much grown tired and exhausted all the different ways we can say the exact same thing.
“Hey, it would be great if we could keep Keith Yandle, but it looks like the cap situation, between the big contracts we have given out to several star players – including Dan Girardi and Marc Staal – will probably prevent us from doing so, which sort of stinks because we’ve needed a defenseman like him for a while.”
Which actually tends to come out closer to…
Henrik Lundqvist now stands 4 games away from going from the King of New York, to a deity.
The Rangers are going to the Stanley Cup Finals, on the shoulders of their superstar goalie. Continue reading
It is the legendary move of iconic leaders in New York history.
Joe Namath came first, leading the Jets to a Super Bowl III victory. Then came the Messiah. Continue reading
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The world met St. Louis Blues and America’s T.J. Oshie when he scored four shootout goals to take down rival Russia 3-2 at the Sochi Olympics.
But a quick internet search leads us to interesting Oshie finds that have been dying to be dug up for the public to see. Continue reading
T.J. Oshie went 4 for 6 in the shootout and became an American Olympic Hero, helping USA Hockey to topple the Russian squad 3-2 Saturday. Continue reading
Rick Nash scored for the fifth straight game, Mats Zuccarello scored two more, and Derek Stepan added a penalty shot in the New York Rangers 7-3 beating of the New Jersey Devils at Yankee Stadium, Sunday. Continue reading
The Rangers debuted the new “Stadium Series” jerseys Friday afternoon, and they look shiny and new. Continue reading
When Alain Vigneault was brought to New York to replace the embattled John Tortorella this off-season, we assumed the offense would take a turn in a positive direction.
While the easy thought is to call this another coaching failure, perhaps it is time to take a look at the people who should be doing the actual goal scoring.
And when you do that…yikes. Continue reading
Long will live the King in New York City.
Arguably the best goalie in the NHL, Henrik Lundqvist, has signed a long-term deal to stay with the Rangers. Continue reading
Late Monday Night, TSN Reporter Bob McKenzie tweeted out the news that CBC and Rogers had secured the English-language rights to the NHL for 12 years. The deal, worth $5.232 billion, will have wide ramifications.
One of these ramifications can affect the Rangers in a major way this offseason. Continue reading