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The New York Rangers had a remarkable 2013-14 season, going all the way to the Stanley Cup Final before being eliminated by the Los Angeles Kings .
Free agency is closing in on two weeks old and the New York Rangers are still short one center.
If you care to remember, there was a time when fans were screaming for Alain Vigneault's head ... in October.
The 28-year-old Dubinsky, acquired two years ago in the blockbuster deal with the New York Rangers for Rick Nash, has scored 18 goals with 52 assists with a +7 plus/minus rating in 105 games the past two seasons.
For eight seasons, the Rangers struggled to find a consistent backup for Henrik Lundqvist.
Kane . He doesn't need much room to thread the needle and feed a sharpshooter like Kane with glorious passes that lead to first-rate scoring opportunities.
Head scratching has become New York Rangers ' fans' go-to offseason pastime as a result of Glen Sather's reign as general manager.
Benoit Pouliot was a low-risk, high-reward signing for the New York Rangers last offseason which proved to pay off.
It's been nine days since the NHL free agency period began. One of the biggest question marks going into this offseason was how the New York Rangers would be able to re-sign 12 of their players or let some of them go.
When life throws obstacles, a majority of people wilt away, feeling sorry for themselves.
New York is the biggest sports market in the United States, and it's a magnet for superstars.
Politicians agreed July 9 at the facility naming sub-committee to re-name the North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena the "Harry Howell Arena."
Sidney Crosby debating whether to have wrist surgery Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby lack of postseason goal production now has a reason: He was hurting.
Patrick Kane #88 of the Chicago Blackhawks scores at 6:08 of the third period against the New York Rangers and is joined by Jonathan Toews #19 at Madison Square Garden on November 1, 2010 in New York City.
Brian Boyle, who signed a three-year, $6 million deal with the Lightning, said he passed up more money from Toronto to come to Tampa.
While the Rangers have been fairly inactive this offseason, it could just be a sign that organization has truly undergone a philosophical change.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:06 am
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