It’s no secret that there are a number of former Rangers still in the playoffs. Each former Ranger has provided their new team with some sort of contribution. Ok, Michael Grabner pretty much sucked in New Jersey, but that was part of the plan; gain a second rounder, give no significant contribution, and re-sign with New York on the cheap. That being said, let’s see how the rest of the former Blueshirts are doing.
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The Rangers are without a head coach heading into the off-season for the first time in five years. Read more
New York Post
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
Chris Kreider should be the next captain of the New York Rangers. Read more
The Rangers are in a spot we haven’t seen them in for years, and it’s a strange sight to see. Sellers at the deadline, hoping for them to lose for better odds at the draft, at least I am, and just hoping for a revamped coaching staff come next season. One thing that hasn’t really come up, mainly since we’re not even in the playoffs yet, is free agency.
In the past few days, the Rangers roster has undergone a turnover that we haven’t seen in years. Nick Holden, Michael Grabner, Rick Nash, JT Miller and Ryan McDonagh are all gone. And that is just in the past week. Read more
Many fans blame the New York Rangers struggles on a lack of talent. When a team has pieces worth selling, it’s hard to say they lack talent. However, they are lacking in a key spot, leadership.
Here is our Quick Hits recap of the Rangers 4-2 victory over the Oilers.
There is something deeply engrained within the sports fan. Past passion, past excitement, past memories, past the ability to get oh so high from a trade that seems to go in your favor, right where irrationality meets frustration lays that dirty ugly five letter word, blame. The Rangers lose: polls run, who’s to blame? Beat writers search for the scapegoat, irrational fans go to their old favorites “That was definitely Girardi’s fault on defense and Stepan never put home that puck on the goal line.” But wait, it’s 2017. Those names are long gone, but still, the instinct is to blame and blame who or what’s comfortable.
Here is the FullTilt Quick Hits recap of the Rangers’ heartbreaking and demoralizing 5-4 OT loss to the Penguins.