For the remainder of the 2017-18 season, the New York Rangers will most likely be without a captain, and will be using three alternates instead. The past two captains, Ryan Callahan and Ryan McDonagh have been shipped off to the same team, the Tampa Bay Lightning. Now the search begins for the next New York Rangers captain. Read more
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As I wrote about last week, goalie interference has been a topic of controversy around the NHL this year. Hockey insiders are reporting that the GMs are potentially going to announce changes to the league’s current rules regarding goalie interference.
Here is our recap of the Rangers 4-3 overtime win against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
In a season filled with talking points across the NHL, perhaps the biggest point of contention, outside of the Olympics, is goaltender interference. Games have been turned, and one could argue the 2014 Stanley Cup is a prime example, because of a goal that was allowed or disallowed based on the (poor) judgment of the referee. This needs to end, and there are a couple of simple solutions to this problem.
In this episode of the Tilted Ice Podcast, Russell talks to the Draft Analyst, Steve Kournianos. They discuss everything under the sun about Rangers prospects including the newly acquired Brett Howden, Libor Hajek, Ryan Lindgren and Yegor Rykov. The duo also discuss how the development of Lias Andersson, and Filip Chytil have been going over the course of the season.
It is time to give the 22-year-old some serious consideration. Alexander Georgiev has filled the shoes of injured backup, Ondrej Pavelec, adequately. He also appears ready to give Hank the time off he needs next season. Read more
Here is our recap of the Rangers 6-3 win over the Carolina Hurricanes.
Here is our recap of the Rangers 4-3 shootout loss to the Florida Panthers.
Here is our recap of the Rangers 5-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Read more
The trade deadline has come and gone and the New York Rangers are a very different team. They are a team building towards a bright future with new young players, new prospects and a slew of picks in the next few years. One of those young players that are now truly in the fold is 20-year-old Ty Ronning. With the recent signing of his entry-level deal, Ronning will most likely join the Hartford Wolf Pack when his season ends with the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League (WHL).