With the NHL Draft over, it’s time for the Rangers to evaluate their prospects at their week-long prospects development camp.
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Moments ago, the Rangers announced when they’ll be playing their first game at MSG during the 2018-19 season.
Add some more fuel for the tank, as the Rangers fall to the rival Islanders 2-1. Another loss to a rivalry that has been one sided over the last three seasons, as the Rangers are 1-9-2 against the Isles. This last loss has kept the Rangers to zero wins at the Barclays Center since the Islanders first moved into the building in 2015-16. That’s a whopping six losses in a row. Read more
Whatever pre-game nap the Rangers had taken before the game, they didn’t come out of it, as they entered the Prudential Center with a chance, and left bruised, beaten and outplayed. Read more
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To say the night was a total wash in Rangerstown is a fib. Although the score sheet says otherwise, there were many things that the Rangers look positively on. The Lightning came into town riding a three game losing streak, all while losing the top spot in the Atlantic Division to the Boston Bruins. The Rangers were fresh off a OT loss versus the Washington Capitals on Wednesday. Read more
Here is our recap of the Rangers 3-2 OT loss to the Washington Capitals.
Here is our recap of the Rangers 4-2 loss to the Washington Capitals.
With the call-ups of Filip Chytil and Lias Andersson, the Rangers have and will continue to have a number of decisions to make. Where will they slot their abundance of top-nine forwards? How will they get quality ice time for the prospects while not stapling other guys to the bench? Who will shift to the wing and who will remain at center? For now, those questions were answered this morning.
The New York Rangers defeated the Buffalo Sabres 5-1 at the Garden. Jimmy Vesey, Chris Kreider, Kevin Hayes, Alexandar Georgiev and Neal Pionk all played big roles in the blowout victory.
Here is our recap of the Rangers 4-3 loss to the Flyers.