Amongst the various problems that have plagued the Rangers’ inconsistencies this season, few have been bigger than the struggles of their No. 1 center, Brad Richards. After a fantastic first year as a Ranger, Broadway Brad has struggled for a majority of this season while putting up a line of four goals and 12 assists [...]
If reports are to be believed, Shane Doan is currently seeking a four-year contract worth around $30 million if and when he concludes remaining in Phoenix is no longer a desirable scenario. A deal of that magnitude would call for a salary cap expenditure of $7.5 million annually. Doan will be 36 by the start [...]
No, this isn’t a story on how or why the Rangers should win the Stanley Cup this year. Nor is it a piece on their current record, which just so happens to be the best in the league. This isn’t about any of that. This is about a team that has built itself into, not [...]
It’s a bit too early, especially with this current squad that is on its way to some serious success (!) but I thought I’d have a brief look at next year’s cap situation for your New York Rangers. As of now, there are thirteen players signed for next season with a total cap hit of [...]
… as I said over the last week, I would much rather see Avery in against the smaller, faster Montreal team than last night against Anaheim. This groin issue for Wolski is going to end up costing him a season eventually. This is happening way to much and way to soon into the season. Let’s [...]
New York Rangers center Brad Richards was at the “Taste of Tennis” Event helping serve some delicious gourmet cuisine to some of today’s top Tennis players as well as Tennis fans for the U.S. Open. … they can’t [...]
The following is a statement from Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather on the retirement of Chris Drury: “Throughout his career, Chris Drury was always a great competitor, a tremendous leader and teammate, and the heart and soul type of player that every team would love to have. His commitment, determination and will to [...]
After 12 seasons and more than 600 points, Chris Drury has retired from the NHL according to a release Friday from the NHL Players Association. Drury played in 892 games for the Colorado Avalanche, Calgary Flames, Buffalo Sabres and the New York Rangers, and he finished his career with 255 goals and 615 points. A third-round pick in the 1994 Entry [...]
… it’s a shame. If true, we wish Chris nothing but the best of luck and health outside of hockey.
Another video entry into New York Rangers backup goalie Martin Biron’s video journal along with our very good friend Jim Cerny of Blueshirts United. Biron is hilarious as usual and Cerny is once again full of nothing but class. Check it out!