The Rangers have agreed to terms with free agent goaltender Dustin Tokarski on a one-year contract.
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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
As Henrik Lundqvist and fellow Rangers teammate Mats Zuccarello gear up for Zuccarello’s charity all-star game in his native Norway, both players spoke with Roy Kvatningen of Nitten about the upcoming season and more.
If you’re a big fan of prospects, these few weeks at the end of July and beginning of August are like heaven. The World Junior Summer Showcase just wrapped up and as of today the Hlinka Gretzky Cup, formerly the Ivan Hlinka Tournament will take place with more of the world’s top prospects taking center stage in these dog days of the NHL offseason. Here are five prospects that you should keep an eye on during the Hlinka Gretzky Cup from team Canada.
With July coming to an end, the Rangers have finally inked their two remaining RFAs, Kevin Hayes and Ryan Spooner. After months of trade speculation and roster predictions, Jeff Gorton was able to bring back these two forwards. But, in re-signing Spooner and Hayes, the Rangers now have an excess of centers who can be utilized in a variety of ways.
Moments ago, the Rangers announced that they have signed their final restricted free agent, forward Ryan Spooner to a two-year deal.
Moments ago, the Rangers have signed Kevin Hayes to a one-year contract worth just a tad over $5 million.
In Larry Brooks’ Saturday version of Slap Shots for the NY Post, the reporter noted that the Rangers and Kevin Hayes are inching towards a one-year deal for next season.
As expected the Rangers locked up Brady Skjei to a longterm deal, thus avoiding arbitration and holding on to his rights for the next six seasons. Read more
As the offseason continues on, the Rangers plan going forward seems to be getting clearer. The team just hired David Quinn’s assistant coaches, and RFA’s are starting to reach contract agreements to rejoin the team. As all of this is occurring, the Rangers remain without a captain but, with that said, a new leader will likely be in place relatively soon. As Quinn continues to travel and meet his players, things will begin to pick up on the captaincy speculation. There are several qualified players on the team who haveq a good chance of getting that “C” sewn on their jersey. Let’s take a look.