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John Gilmour brought up to get one last look with Rangers

NY Post (Larry Brooks) — The Rangers left themselves the final 10 games of the season in which to evaluate John Gilmour before the 25-year-old defenseman can opt to become a free agent on July 1. That is likely “the...
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Young Rangers get big minutes, but flop vs. bad Red Wings

NY Post (Larry Brooks) — David Quinn is serving two masters now as he coaches Rangers players desperate to win games for their own peace of mind, but has also necessarily moved the dial ahead to 2019-20. So that is why...
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Rangers duo should see more ice time with Ryan Strome move

NY Post (Larry Brooks) — Moving Ryan Strome out of the middle and onto the right side will allow Lias Andersson and Boo Nieves to both line up at their natural center position for Tuesday night’s Garden match against the...
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Kreider reveals reason he has been so invisible for the Rangers

NY Post (Larry Brooks) — On the contrary, Chris Kreider was saying following practice Monday, not only is he not concerned his recent exodus from the scoring and being-noticed columns will unduly influence management’s...
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Rangers' Chris Kreider in good mood despite 10-game goal drought

Newsday GREENBURGH, N.Y. - There's been a lot of talk in the Rangers locker room lately about next year. Talk, as in, "these games we're playing now are important for next year.''
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This season has taken a lot out of the Rangers

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Across the room, minutes apart late Saturday night, Mika Zibanejad and Henrik Lundqvist used the same word to describe the toll all the losing has taken on the Rangers. They were getting ready to...
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Mika Zibanejad achieves individual success during tough season for Rangers

Newsday Lost in the gloom of the Rangers' locker room Saturday night, after the conclusion of their 0-3-1 trip through Western Canada and Minnesota, was a small bit of individual success achieved by...
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David Quinn calls out Rangers’ anemic power play

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Rangers are doing their best to challenge the meaning of the phrase “power play.” After two more empty man-advantages — when they got off just one shot on net — in Saturday’s...
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Henrik Lundqvist tries to keep his focus as losses continue to mount

Newsday ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Henrik Lundqvist has been the voice of reason all season in the Rangers' locker room, reminding everyone that the current team is young and rebuilding and can't be expected to...
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Rangers look like they ‘caved’ again in latest ugly loss

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — ST. PAUL, Minn. — It took 18 days post-trade deadline, but the Rangers’ fate finally came through in their play Friday night. For the first time, coach David Quinn said, he felt his team had...
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Dave Maloney optimistic about Rangers' rebuild

Newsday ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Besides the training staff, there's one person who's worked every Ranger game for the last two seasons: Radio colorman Dave Maloney.
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Islanders’ Hall of Fame needs to add these new members

NY Post (Larry Brooks) — So I noticed the Islanders’ Hall of Fame banner hanging at the Coliseum the other night, and other than wondering whether the “Jonsson” so honored was two-time Cup winner Tomas from the Dynasty...
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Chris Kreider can’t snap out of scoring funk

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — CALGARY, Alberta — Chris Kreider took the ice Friday with his wallet in a state similar to his recent offensive production: lighter. The Rangers winger was fined $5,000 Thursday for a high elbow...
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Rangers no match for Flames as woes on Western Canada trip continue

Newsday CALGARY, Alberta -- The Rangers were never expected to be a playoff contender in this rebuilding season, but for much of the time, they had done a decent job of hanging in against some of the top...
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Rangers avoided ejections, but that’s all that went right

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — CALGARY, Alberta — The Rangers avoided any ejections in the second period Friday night, so their struggles weren’t masked by being two men down. For the second game in a row, however, they allowed...
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Rangers do some bonding while curling in Calgary

Newsday CALGARY, Alberta - Sometimes, especially when a team is having a hard time on the ice, it's good to take a day off from the rink. And the Rangers did that Thursday when, instead of practicing, the...
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Chris Kreider unhappy with the Rangers' losing ways

Newsday CALGARY, Alberta -- Chris Kreider wasn't in the mood to talk about his ejection from Wednesday's game in Vancouver following his five-minute major penalty for elbowing the Canucks' Elias...
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Rangers’ Brendan Lemieux won’t face ban after suspect call

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — CALGARY, Alberta — The Rangers were off on Thursday and still added to their league lead — in apologies received — in the fallout from Wednesday’s loss to the Canucks. Brendan Lemieux will not...
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Chris Kreider fined $5,000 by NHL for elbowing Canucks' Elias Pettersson

Newsday CALGARY -- David Quinn gave the Rangers the day off in Calgary Thursday, and it probably was just as well, given how poorly things went the night before in their 4-1 loss in Vancouver.
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Brendan Smith doing it all a year after being huge Rangers bust

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — VANCOUVER, British Columbia — It was just around this time last year when Brendan Smith’s brutal season was being put out of its misery. The Rangers defenseman’s first full year in the...
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Blog Articles

Rangers vs Red Wings: Rangers Lose Fifth Straight in Loss to Red Wings 3-2

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Bryan Winters) — The New York Rangers dropped their fifth straight game this evening in a 3-2 loss to the Detroit Red Wings at Madison Square Garden. Detroit combined for two goals through 40 minutes, and...
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Game Thread: Rangers vs Red Wings

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Phil Kocher) — Can the Blueshirts snap another losing streak against fellow basement-dwellers, Detroit? The Rangers return home tonight to take on the Detroit Red Wings for a 7 PM puck drop after a...
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Game 73: John Gilmour’s last stand

Blue Seat Blogs (Dave) — The Rangers are back home after a long stretch of travel to take on the tanking Red Wings. This game The post Game 73: John Gilmour’s last stand appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs .
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New York Rangers: Fixing the anemic power play with common sense

Blue Line Station (Nicholas Zararis) — The New York Rangers power play is 1 for its last 29 on the man advantage, how have things gotten so bad? For much of the first half of the New York Rangers season, the power play was actually a...
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New York Rangers: A long way off from being in the mix

Blue Line Station (Nicholas Zararis) — Even though the New York Rangers are in the midst of building a sustainable roster for the long-term, a quick eye test out west shows just how far away it is from returning to contender status....
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New York Rangers in need of some home comforts

Blue Line Station (Andrew Steele-Davis) — Returning to Madison Square Garden could prove to be the perfect tonic for the New York Rangers as they look to rebound from a gruelling and ultimately, fruitless road trip. The New York Rangers...
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Larry Kwong and the NHL’s color barrier

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Mike Murphy) — A hockey story. Just over one year ago, Larry Kwong passed away at the age of 94. Kwong, born Eng Kai Geong, caught the attention of the New York Rangers while playing hockey for the Canadian...
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Like it or not, the Rangers need to re-sign Neal Pionk

Blue Seat Blogs (Dave) — The Rangers have a problem evaluating defensemen. That shouldn’t come as news, as most NHL teams seem to have this The post Like it or not, the Rangers need to re-sign Neal Pionk appeared...
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Bantering Points: 3/19/19

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Jack McKenna) — Here are today’s news and links: Rangers News: Greg Joyce hears that in spite of a new face behind the bench, a second consecutive season of losing and future-oriented trades have taken their...
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New York Rangers: The candidates for the Steven McDonald award

Blue Line Station (Nicholas Zararis) — When it comes to the end of the New York Rangers season, even if the team doesn’t qualify for the postseason, a player will be given the Steven McDonald extra effort award named after an...
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Rangers recall John Gilmour and Vinni Lettieri

Blue Seat Blogs (Dave) — Well the long wait to see John Gilmour back on Broadway has finally ended, as he’s been recalled along with The post Rangers recall John Gilmour and Vinni Lettieri appeared first on Blue...
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Official: Rangers Recall Vinni Lettieri and John Gilmour from AHL Hartford

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Jack McKenna) — With only ten games left to play, the Rangers have elected to use the games as an opportunity to get another look at two of the Hartford Wolf Pack’s most effective players this season: ...
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New York Rangers: Maximizing asset value is most important

Blue Line Station (Nicholas Zararis) — As a rebuilding team, the New York Rangers cannot afford to waste any resources. Every single dollar, draft pick and prospect counts when the organization is climbing uphill back towards...
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New York Rangers: A Look at the other Rebuilding Teams

Blue Line Station (George Ruggiero) — The New York Rangers are far from the only team in the NHL to be rebuilding. They are currently over a year into this rebuild, so it’s time to start comparing where these different rebuilds...
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New York Rangers: What it means to Henrik Lundqvist

Blue Line Station (Nicholas Zararis) — At this point in Henrik Lundqvist’s illustrious NHL career, it’s more about pride and legacy than winning because of the team around him. For better or worse, the goaltender is trying...
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New York Rangers: Big movement in the lottery standings

Blue Line Station (Steve Paulus) — The idle New York Rangers improved one slot into 6th place in the lottery standings yesterday and are actually tied for fifth place in points. While losses are discouraging, the team is in a...
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New York Rangers Stock Market: Scoring surges and offensive droughts

Blue Line Station (Jennifer Moglia) — Though the New York Rangers as a whole have hit a skid recently, and a few players have followed suit, others have been having personal success despite the squad’s struggles. Record since...
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Breaking Down Vitali Kravtsov’s Post-Draft Season

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Tom Urtz Jr) — For now #KravtsovWatch rolls on, but what can be expected of the Blueshirts’ 2018 No. 9 overall pick? Vitali Kravtsov won’t be suiting up for the New York Rangers this season, but now is as...
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Teetering On The Brink? Not Exactly: A Doomsday Wrapup

Blue Seat Blogs (Pat) — A rebuild can be rough for sensitive hearts like me. The aggregate conversation that takes place in Rangerstown shifts from The post Teetering On The Brink? Not Exactly: A Doomsday Wrapup ...
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Bantering Points: 3/18/19

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Jack McKenna) — Here are today’s news and links: Rangers News: Colin Stephenson notes that in spite of his tea riding the struggle bus, Mika Zibanejad has thrived in his 3rd season on Broadway (Newsday) ...
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