If you haven’t noticed yet, The Tilted Ice Podcast is gaining steam since it’s launch just this summer. On Episode 13 of Tilted Ice: North of Penn, Russ’ Rants brought him to the conclusion that Mike Richter must be considered for the NHL Hockey Hall of Fame. You can listen to the complete episode here on iTunes. Read more
Following two consecutive losses, the Rangers defeated the new and improved Ottawa Senators on Sunday by a decisive score of 3-0. In that game, the Rangers put on a clinic with their sound defensive play and crisp passes. The Blueshirts hope to do the same as they face the 9-6-4 Carolina Hurricanes on Thanksgiving Eve.
New York Rangers Captain and top defenseman Ryan McDonagh will miss tomorrow’s game versus Carolina with an abdominal strain. Read more
When drafting prospects, sometimes a team will scout players and select those who may be able to make an impact on their team down the line.
Sometimes, they scout and analyze but throw a pick at a wall and see if it sticks. The Rangers have a plethora of prospects that are brewing in the system, thrown at a wall attempting to stick somewhere. Here are the three stars of the week from the North American prospect pool!
I was wrong about New York Rangers defenseman Nick Holden. It takes a big and mature person to admit when they are wrong; so kudos to me for being so mature. Holden has been a nice surprise for the team.
Here is our Quick Hits recap of the Rangers 3-0 win over the Senators. Read more
Talk about a headline that’s going to confuse quite a few readers up front. Read more
Grab a cup of coffee, pull up your Podcast app and tell the wife and kids you can’t be bothered cause Episode 13 of Tilted Ice: North of Penn is here and boy is it a good one.
As it looks right now, according to a tweet sent out by Steve Zipay, it looks like Brendan Smith will be returning to the Rangers lineup tomorrow night when they face Columbus, in a move that really shouldn’t surprise anyone. Read more
Pavel Buchnevich has always been this enigmatic icon among Rangers fans. Even before he ever took the ice for prospect camp, fans all over were drooling over his YouTube highlights; instantaneously warranting the viewpoint that Buchnevich had to be a talent the likes of Vladimir Tarasenko. His first season with the New York Rangers organization was a roller coaster, one marked by highs and lows alike.