Moments ago, Hockey Hall of Fame chairman of the board Lanny McDonald announced the Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2018, and a former Rangers forward is on that list.
Category Archives: 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs
After the Rangers finally announced that Alain Vigneault had been relieved of his head coaching duties, the immediate question became who would replace the 56-year-old bench boss.
At the berth of an 82-game regular season spawns 30 teams who battle it out in blood, sweat, and tears for the Stanley Cup. After those 82 are up, 16 teams are put into a playoff and they play through four best-of-seven series’ hoping to raise the hardware. Read more
New York managed to win a game in the Stanley Cup Final last Wednesday, but tonight they face a hungry Kings’ team in LA. Darryl Sutter will have his charges ready to close out this series and win the Cup. Will the Rangers be able to find the intensity level to match what a superior Kings team will bring tonight? Read more
Last night, the NY Rangers won their first Stanley Cup Final’s game since June 14th, 1994! We help keep the celebration going with the best media from last night’s win! Enjoy. Read more
Coming into tonight, the New York Rangers were just looking for some pride and dignity. Being in a 3-0 hole is never something to be happy about, and the Rangers certainly felt that way. Yesterday, they almost seemed like zombies, with no emotion and definitely a melancholy mood was surrounding the organization. The sudden realization that this series slipped away from them quickly weighed heavily. Read more
UPDATED 5:30PM – Apparently, NETFLIX got wind of Alain Vigneault’s post practice comments and sent out this tweet:
— Netflix US (@netflix) June 11, 2014
— FullTilt Rangers (@NYR_FullTilt) June 11, 2014
Alain Vigneault found his lighter side again today with the Rangers facing elimination. He looked directly into the sea of reporters and was disappointed no one asked him to do his imitation of the Netflix Ad. Read more
Forget about losing the first three games of this series. Tonight’s objective is simple:
DO NOT ALLOW THE KINGS TO SKATE WITH THE CUP ON GARDEN ICE! Read more
There was Brad Richards, answering questions about the last unexplainable Rangers loss. To his credit, he stood up and answered what was asked in the face of possibly having been the worst Ranger in this series. Read more