After several departures this offseason, the New York Rangers look like a different team. One of the larger holes left wide open was on the second line. Ryan Strome was the former second-line centerman of the Rangers, the 29-year-old was a polarizing player but ultimately exceeded expectations and fulfilled his role with the team the
The New York Ranges are headed back to the Stanley Cup Playoffs this 2021-22 season. After a five-year postseason drought that began when the team missed a 2017-18 invite, the team will enter the Cup race with much to prove. The franchise made a series of rapid improvements and the time has finally come to
Someone once said, “expecting disappointment is the only form of hope with which I’m familiar”. So it must seem for fans of the Ottawa Senators, who face a fifth consecutive spring without their team in the playoffs. Some Senators fans deal with their discontent by living in the past, wondering what could have, would have,
The New York Rangers currently have four players in the double digits with points at just 13 games in. Defenseman sensation and Norris Trophy recipient Adam Fox is tied for the lead with Artemi Panarin at 13 points. Veterans Mika Zibanejad and Chris Kreider are knotted at 12 points for second place on the team.
The New York Rangers bought themselves a figurative exhale last weekend, locking up Mika Zibanejad long-term and bringing some clarity to their center situation – which nonetheless remains an issue that the Blueshirts appear to have few outside options to fully solve. Both team and player got some of what they wanted in the eight-year,
The New York Rangers have signed their top center, Mika Zibanejad, to an eight-year, $68 million contract extension. During the 2016 offseason, the Blueshirts acquired Zibanejad from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Derick Brassard, and it has paid off in a big way for the Rangers. Zibanejad developed into a No. 1 center, while