New York Rangers to Send at Least 7 Players to 2014 Sochi Olympics
Dec04

New York Rangers to Send at Least 7 Players to 2014 Sochi Olympics

The New York Rangers will have a busy February, even with the NHL schedule resting, as the club figures to send seven players to the 2014 Sochi Olympic hockey competition. That’s a full third of the roster, and having so many key players participating in the 2014 Olympics could either benefit or come back to haunt the club once the NHL season resumes. Three prominent members of the Rangers will be shifting from Broadway Blue to...

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Henrik Lundqvist Contract Extension the Best and Only Move for New York Rangers
Dec04

Henrik Lundqvist Contract Extension the Best and Only Move for New York Rangers

If you were one of the imaginative fans who believed any discussion of a “goalie controversy” for the New York Rangers, then let this settle the issue for you once and for all. Henrik Lundqvist has signed a seven-year, $59.5 million contract extension to stay in Broadway Blue through the age of 39, and quite likely the end of his career. Signing “The King” to a contract extension — even one which makes...

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New York Rangers Fight to .500 on Strength of Back to Back Wins
Nov07

New York Rangers Fight to .500 on Strength of Back to Back Wins

The New York Rangers have fought all the way back to .500 on the season on the strength of back-to-back wins on Wednesday and Thursday nights. First came an impressive 5-1 outburst over the talented Pittsburgh Penguins, and then came a grittier 4-2 road victory against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Each win was impressive in its own way — although certainly the win over Pittsburgh was both more impressive and meaningful — and...

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Lundqvist and Kreider Helping New York Rangers Turn Things Around as Homestand Begins
Nov01

Lundqvist and Kreider Helping New York Rangers Turn Things Around as Homestand Begins

The New York Rangers have won three of their last four games, finally finding some traction as the first month of the season came to a close on Halloween. On home ice, the Rangers shut out the Buffalo Sabres, winning a 2-0 game on the strength of several players they will need to rely heavily on, Henrik Lundqvist and Chris Kreider. Relying on Lundqvist is, of course, no surprise, even as he struggled out of the gates, and spent a bit...

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New York Rangers Lost Unless Lundqvist Regains Form
Oct12

New York Rangers Lost Unless Lundqvist Regains Form

With the New York Rangers stumbling out of the gate and suffering several embarrassing defeats in rapid-fire succession, there’s been plenty of talk about what’s wrong with the team. Surely, there’s more than enough blame to go around, but at the end of the day, the Blueshirts are lost unless The King retakes his crown, and Henrik Lundqvist regains his form. The Rangers have been struggling to adjust to the system of...

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