Category Archives: Fulltilt Legends

Rangers Cup Champ, Alex Kovalev on the Evolution of Hockey

Charles Darwin never theorized about sports and how it evolves, just things within nature. But it doesn’t take a scientist to notice the ever-evolving changes that the sports world undergoes. The style of play in the NHL has mutated multiple times throughout the past few decades. Read more

Broadway Brad: What Richards Meant To The Rangers

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Brad Richards could be seen as one of those free agent signings that didn’t live up to the massive contract he signed or someone that didn’t boast the talent level of a Stamkos or a Tavares. What he did offer was stability, leadership and talent down the middle, in a place where the Rangers needed it the most becoming one of the more impactful players the Rangers have boasted over the last ten years. Read more

Lesser Known New York Rangers: Volume 3

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90 years of existence, the Rangers have had a plethora of players come and go through the gates of Madison Square Garden. Some names known and some not so popular and some you probably had no idea played for the Rangers, or didn’t even remember their time here. Lesser Known Rangers dives into this topic by looking into players to whom you had no idea donned a Blueshirt. So strap yourselves in and prepare to take a trip down obscure hockey player avenue! Let’s begin!

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Tilted Ice: North of Penn Short – Lundqvist or Richter?

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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

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