Center Derek Stepan (#21) of the New York Rangers pursued by Left Wing Pierre-Edouard Bellmare (#78) of the Philadelphia Flyers

Healthy Rangers Continue Surge

NEW YORK – It shouldn’t come as a surprise the Rangers’ eight-game winning streak – their longest in 40 years – has come after the team finally got healthy. Since captain Ryan McDonagh returned to the lineup...
NHL 2013 - Mar 26 - NYR vs PHI - Left Wing Rick Nash (#61) of the New York Rangers yells to his teammates

Rangers Wear White at Home

https://twitter.com/JRNYR/status/535136365072351232 In practically every sport in the world, from pee wee on up to the pros, it has been an ongoing tradition that the home team wears their white jerseys.  Wh...
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Callahan, Boyle, Stralman Revel in Return

NEW YORK – The release of the NHL schedule over the summer was met by an unusual amount of anticipation by Lightning forward Ryan Callahan. The former Rangers captain quickly flipped through his team’s slate...
Left Winger Evander Kane (#9) of the Winnipeg Jets during the warm-ups prior to the start of the game between the Winnipeg Jets and the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center. The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Winnipeg Jets by a score of 2-1.

Rangers Lose ‘D’ men in Loss to Jets

Evander Kane recently stated that he wanted to have a breakout game against the New York Rangers and start generating offense for his team. While he didn’t have the breakout performance he would have hoped, Kan...
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Undermanned Rangers Fall In Shootout

NEW YORK – As defenseman Dylan McIlrath skated back to the bench in the final second of the first period after serving a five-minute penalty for fighting, the entire Rangers bench stood and banged their sticks ...
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First Time’s The Charm For Rangers

NEW YORK – In their sixth game of the season, the Rangers delivered an unusual amount of firsts. The first goals of the season for Carl Hagelin, Martin St. Louis, and Kevin Hayes, who got the first of his NH...
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Home Opener Nightmare for Rangers

NEW YORK – They streamed into the building, 18,006 of them, with more than the normal amount of anticipation for the home opener. After last year’s run to the Stanley Cup Final, it isn’t just hope that permeate...
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Rangers and Caps Meet Again

If the Washington Capitals learned anything from last year’s first-round playoff upset, it is to not take opponents for granted. This is a lesson the Caps will need to bring to the table as they face the No. 8 ...