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It has been quite some time since we were able to put the words winning streak and the Vancouver Canucks together.
VANCOUVER — Suddenly, just like that, Chris Kreider was skating with speed and with authority, transporting the puck, going to the front, setting up as a net presence, and playing the style of straight-line, power hockey that informs his game. That was Sunday night in the Rangers’ meat-and-potatoes 4-1 victory over the Senators at the...
@VanCanucks update (10:57 am PT): "This is a good test. They're a skilled team. We want to focus on our consistency and build off last game" - Desjardins No line-up changes. @VanCanucks update (10:30 am PT): Sedin-Sedin-Hansen Higgins-McCann-Vr...
One after another on Tuesday afternoon, the Rangers expressed surprise. Center Derick Brassard answered: “Oh yeah?”
Vigneault’s Rangers have thrived on extended road trips such as this week’s Western Canada tour through Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary.
NEW YORK (AP) - Struggling to get wins the last couple of weeks, the New York Rangers believe they are close to regaining their consistency. Derick Brassard scored twice and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 23 shots to lead the Rangers to a 4-1 win over the Ottawa Senators on Sunday night. ...
Making their only stop on Broadway this season, this night didn't end the way the Senators would have scripted.
New York can thank their goaltender for preserving the one-goal lead. The New York Rangers ended the second period up a goal thanks to the catching glove of their netminder. It's been awhile since we've seen some highlight reel saves from Henrik Lundqvist, so to see him do the splits for a flashy glove save is a nice sight to behold. HENRIKSAVE DOT GIF!!! pic.twitter.com/v74zlO5hHY — N
Alain Vigneault wore a smile as he stepped up to the podium Sunday night before the New York Rangers took on the Senators.
A laundry list of Rangers are responsible for the team’s 1-4-1 funk their last six games.
Quite a day for Kayleigh Petersen
The New York Rangers on Thursday, in conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, made team history by signing Kayleigh Petersen to a one-day contract. The eight-year-old became the first female to sign a contract with the Rangers, per a team press release. Petersen, from East Brunswick, N.J., was diagnosed with Tyrosinemia Type 1 in 2009, a “rare autosomal recessive genetic metabolic disorder
With 5 losses in 6 games, the New York Rangers still possess talent, now they need to possess the puck
“It wasn’t perfect,” said Derick Brassard, stating the obvious to anyone with two working eyes at Madison Square Garden that night. “We got the two points and that’s what matters.” The game in question was Monday’s 4-3 win against the Carolina Hurricanes but that quote could have come from Brassard or any other Ranger after most of their wins this season. Despite a stellar 17-7-3 rec
Avalanche hold off short-handed Rangers
NEW YORK (AP) - Chris Wagner and Matt Duchesne scored 4:16 apart in the second period to lead the Colorado Avalanche to a 2-1 win over the New York Rangers on Thursday night. Semyon Varlamov stopped 24 shots as Colorado won consecutive games for only the second time this season. ...
A letdown coming off Wednesday night's rowdy visit to Brooklyn was almost inevitable.
Morning 3-on-3: Have the Isles caught the Rangers?
Rangers lose to Isles in first visit to Brooklyn
NEW YORK (AP) - Two months into the New York Islanders' first season in Brooklyn, a visit from the crosstown-rival New York Rangers provided the most raucous atmosphere in their new home. Kyle Okposo scored the only goal in the shootout to lift the Islanders to a 2-1 victory Wednesday ...
He has one goal and three points in 11 games. When Avalanche forward Andreas Martinsen is much older and the only hockey he is playing is in his head, the Norwegian hero will tell a story about
Wednesday picks: Islanders choice at home
Buccigross: One night at the Garden
Goal-scoring is slipping once again in the NHL, and yet Tim Murray thinks that's not as big a concern as some might suggest."Just to the press. To me, it's not," the Buffalo Sabres' general manager said, before turning the question back on the reporter who asked it. "I don't think it's GM-driven, so I guess I should ask you that question rather than you ask me. Why is it media-driven?"Perhaps the
Klein hurt, too
What is Alain Vigneault doing on Tuesday?
Rangers edge Hurricanes, end skid at three
Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said center Derek Stepan will miss four to six weeks because of broken ribs. Vigneault made the announcement Monday morning following ...
A bad thanksgiving week just got even worse. The New York Rangers have been informed that Derek Stepan will be out 4-6 weeks because of broken ribs as a result of a late and dirty hit by Boston Bruins forward Matt Beleskey in their Friday afternoon matchup. Stepan was in his own zone in the right circle making an outlet pass up the boards when Beleskey came in obviously late and laid out a dangero
NEW YORK (AP) - Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said center Derek Stepan will miss four to six weeks because of broken ribs. Vigneault made the announcement Monday morning following the New York Rangers' morning skate. Stepan injured the ribs in Friday's loss to Boston. He has six goals, six assists ...