New York Rangers Archive
The NHL trade deadline has come and gone. The true winners and losers will be determined over the course of the remainder of the regular season, the Stanley Cup playoffs and of course the future with the draft picks and prospects that were moved. But until then, here’s one hockey scribe’s immediate but hopefully calculated reaction to arguably the two biggest of the 20 trades involving 38 players made Tuesday prior to the 3 PM ET deadline.
For much of the last few weeks, New York Rangers defenseman and soon to be unrestricted free agent Dan Girardi has been a constant in the increasing NHL trade rumors circuit. But now according to Larry Brooks of the New York Post and Pierre Lebrun of ESPN.com and TSN his teammate and captain Ryan Callahan – who is also an unrestricted free agent on July 1 – is being shopped as well. Both Brooks and Lebrun reported that contract talks for both Girardi and the Rangers’ heart and soul forward Callahan have hit a wall and Rangers general manager Glen Sather is fielding offers for both so they don’t end up leaving the Rangers with nothing if and they walk via free agency.
In the second of back to back games, the Canadiens wasted another masterful effort by Carey Price, and lost to the New York Rangers 1-0. Join Corey Collard, Rob Elbaz, Matt Casavant and Coach K, as they try to explain to futility that has become apparent in the Habs’ offence.
Join Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz and Coach K, who are once again joined by the evil “Dr. Doof” himself, Paul Cuthbert of the Red Line Hockey Show, as they discuss what will go down it tonight’s Rangers – Habs game.
Match Up: The Canadiens (10-8-2) return home Saturday night to host the Rangers (9-9-0) one night after beating the Blue Jackets in a shoot out. The game is set to […]
Corey Collard and Nick Murdocco are joined in studio by Rick Springhetti, Robert Rice and Coach K to review the Canadiens win, which ruined the homecoming of the New York Rangers, by a score of 2-0.
Join Steven Hindle and Rob Elbaz, who are joined by Rick Springhetti and Coach K, as they breakdown tonight’s opening of the new Madison Square Garden against the New York Rangers. Paul Cuthbert (a.k.a. The Rambling Man) of The Red Line Hockey Show chimes in during the second segment.
Match Up: The Canadiens (6-5-0) are in the Big Apple for the Rangers’ (3-6-0) home opener at Madison Square Gardens. The game is set to start at 7:30 and airs […]
By: David P. Stein (@davestein13) When a 4th overall draft-pick falls out of favor with the organization that selected him just four years previously, naturally question marks will follow him […]
Corey Collard, Rob Elbaz, Steven Hindle and Coach K try to keep a straight face, as Paolo Mingarelli queues up his Metropolitan Conference preview. Could you believe he has his New Jersey Devils making the playoffs?
Of the new divisions, the Pacific will be one of the more offensive, boasting an abundance of top tier talent with a solid mix of skill. The standings may appear streaky for most of the season, however, by the end of it all, it should come down to the Kings at the top with a lot of possibilities surrounding the teams who follow.
The pressure of the big apple and being an original six franchise puts immense scrutiny on the Rangers who brought in a new bench boss-Alain Vignault, to move them to the next step-the Stanley Cup.
Join Corey Collard, Paul Graif, Steven Hindle and Coach K as they discussed tonight’s 4-3 victory by the Chicago Blackhawks over the Detroit Red Wings, forcing Game 7 in their Western Conference Semi-Final series.
Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Rob “KitKat” Elbaz, and Coach K as they breakdown a great overtime win by the New York Rangers 4-3 over the Boston Bruins to stave off elimination. The gang is joined by Paul C. Cuthbert of the Red Line Hockey Show and Jimmy Murphy of Murphy’s Hockey Law and ESPN.
Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Paul Graif, Matthew Potvin and Coach K as they breakdown tonight’s 3-1 victory by the Detroit Red Wings over the Chicago Blackhawks, to take a 2-1 series lead.
Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Steven Hindle and Coach K as they go over the 3-2 overtime victory by the Boston Bruins over the New York Rangers, as well as the other series going on in the NHL Playoffs. The gang is joined by Paul Cuthbert of the Red Line Hockey Show during the first segment.
It’s a full house on the pre-game show, as Steven Hindle is joined by Rob “KitKat” Elbaz, Corey Collard and Kamal Panesar to preview tonight’s game against the struggling New York Rangers.
Match-Up: After a rare two-day break, the Canadiens (21-7-5) are back home Saturday to take on the Rangers (16-4-3). The game starts at 7:00 and can be seen on RDS […]
Paul C. Cuthbert of The Red Line Hockey Show joins the Pre-Game Show once again, along with Steven Hindle, Corey Collard and Rob “KitKat” Elbaz to preview what we hope is a less boring game than last time between the New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens.
Match-Up: The Canadiens (11-4-2) are set to host the Rangers (8-6-2) at the Bell Centre Saturday night. The game starts at 7:00 and airs on CBC and RDS. This is […]
A 5-game win streak, another lackluster effort by Erik Cole, and the Habs beat the Rangers 3-1 in New York. What could be better? Well, Corey Collard welcomed Nick Murdocco, Simon Tsalikis, Mitch Gallo and Jay Ferrar on the post-game, and it was an absolute riot!
Adam Herman joined Steven Hindle, Eric Engels, Bobby Dollas and Rob “KitKat” Elbaz to breakdown tonight’s game at MSG between the New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens.
Match-Up: The Canadiens (10-4-1) are in the Big Apple Tuesday night to face the Rangers (8-5-1) hot off the heels of their fourth straight victory, a 3-0 shutout over the […]
By Bob Mand and Rob Elbaz With the second round already underway, here’s Radio Sport Center’s Stanley Cup Playoffs Power Rankings: Surprising Philadelphia sits on top following their offensive domination […]