On July 1st, 2018, one man is set to become a whole lot richer, but will it be the Rangers who pay him? John Tavares has been a star ever since he was drafted first overall by the New York Islanders in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. Tavares has been named to five all-star teams in his career, and has 621 points in 669 NHL games. Tavares is a franchise player, and would benefit any team he would join, especially, the Rangers.
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Per Igor Eronko, David Desharnais is headed to the KHL.
The fallout of the 2017-18 season continues.
With the 2017-18 season being the way it was, it’s easy for a guy like Kevin Shattenkirk to fly under the radar heading into next season. With so much drama and change surrounding the organization, from big name players being shipped off at the deadline, Alain Vigneault being fired, and looking ahead at all of the young prospects and picks this team has to work with, veteran guys like Shattenkirk are almost forgotten and ignored heading into the first season in a rebuild. Read more
Over the last few years, the Rangers have moved a lot of key players from the lineup. We aren’t talking about players like Nick Holden or Matt Puempel, no we have some big names gone in just the last 2 seasons. Read more
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In speaking with Larry Brooks of the New York Post, Rangers owner Jim Dolan said that goaltender Henrik Lundqvist could have left the club at the deadline.
Holy toledo! After the trade deadline, the prospect pool for the Rangers has seemingly been filled with talent that can benefit this team down the line. Think of it as an actual pool being refilled with a hose. The old water had to be flushed out and new, clean water has to be put in. Add in some chlorine (which in this case, is prospect development) and the pool is ready to go! Lets take a look at some of the North American prospects that have done well recently. Read more
Per Swedish website, Kvallposten, we are hearing that the New York Rangers and SHL free agent forward Michael Lindqvist are closing in a deal. Lindqvist is 23 and played last season in the SHL, which is Sweden’s top hockey league.
John Amirante has passed away. Rangers fans know him for his majestic voice and love for the Blueshirts.