The New York Rangers are riding high after the 2020 trade deadline after winning eight of the last nine games. After defeating the Islanders 4-3 in overtime on Tuesday night at Nassau Coliseum, the Blueshirts have pulled within four points of the Columbus Blue Jackets for the second wild-card position with three games in hand.
With the NHL’s Feb. 24 trade deadline less than two weeks away, all eyes are on the New York Rangers. The rebuilding Blueshirts’ playoff hopes are fading. With 58 points in 54 games, they’re nine points out of the final Eastern Conference wild-card berth. Barring a strong surge over the remainder of the schedule, and
The New York Rangers are one of the least defensively sound teams in the NHL. They are 25th in the league in goals allowed per game, 30th in shots on goal allowed per game, 20th on the penalty kill and last in the league for penalty minutes per game. These statistics don’t build a “playoff
A lot has changed this offseason for the New York Rangers. With new additions like Artemi Panarin and Jacob Trouba, the Rangers looked to speed up the rebuild. In order to do so, they also had to make some tough decisions. One of these decisions was to buy out New York native defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk.
Goldobin plans on staying with the Canucks Rick Dhaliwal: The agent for Vancouver Canucks forward Nikolay Goldobin said that he didn’t sign with a KHL and that he plans on going back to the Canucks. Blue Jackets are one of the teams interested in a Finnish defenseman Aaron Portzline: The Columbus Blue Jackets are one
The New York Rangers have acquired the rights to defenseman Adam Fox from the Carolina Hurricanes for 2019 2nd round picks and a conditional 2020 3rd round pick. Bob McKenzie: The pick would become a second-round pick if Fox plays 30 games next season. Bob McKenzie: The Rangers are finalizing Fox’s entry-level deal. Thoughts from
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