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  1. Henrik Lundqvist went to Italy, heard Rangers fansRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Blueshirt Banter

    ... days. The really cool part about his trip, though? Not the sites he saw - but the fact that the call of the New York Rangers fan followed him. On the boat outside Capri, at the restaurant in Ravello, on the streets of Positano I heard Let's go ...

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  2. To fix the D - consider thisRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Blueshirt Banter

    A hint of creative thinking, or just a dream, just a dream...? Nevertheless, one possible route can start through a trade with Minnesota. However, first Gorton ought to check with Anaheim how many additional top 9 forwards , picks, and prospects that NYR would have to add with Nash for them to trade Hampus Lindholm.

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  3. The Rangers Fixed Their Penalty Kill. Was Anything Wrong With It?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Blueshirt Banter

    The Ranger offseason has been uncharacteristically quiet this summer, the team once known for big free agent splashes instead only making small forays into the UFA pool and re-signing RFAs to responsible deals at or below market rates. The signings the team has made: Josh Jooris, formerly of the Flames; Michael Grabner, last of the Maple Leafs; and Nathan Gerbe, previously a Hurricane, have all clearly been acquisitions made with the penalty kill in mind.

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  4. Rangers want Kreider to become a 'nightmare for defensemen' againRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MSNBC

    If Chris Kreider is penciled in to finish with about 20 goals and 45 points each season, the New York Rangers got a solid deal for the 25-year-old. That nice $4.625 million cap hit could become a steal if Kreider blossoms into the 30-goal force the Rangers were hoping for, however.

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  5. New York Rangers: Consistency Will Be Key For KreiderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Blue Line Station

    ... he joined the team in 2012. I have always loved that he is a true power forward. Kreider is one of the New York Rangers most reliable playmakers because of his speed. Not only can he skate the puck up the ice and create opportunity, but he can also ...

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  6. Subban's legacy with the Montreal CanadiensRead the original story

    Friday | Habs Eyes On The Prize

    When P.K. Subban was traded on the eve of his no-trade clause kicking in to the Nashville Predators , fans of the Montreal Canadiens were left in shock that an expected cornerstone of a team aiming for the Stanley Cup was dealt. Subban was drafted as part of the incredibly successful 2007 draft class which included current Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty , current New York Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh .

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  7. Sens forward Hoffman files for arbitration for second straight yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Weyburn Review

    ... .75 million contract Other notable players filing for arbitration include Colorado defenceman Tyson Barrie, New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider and St. Louis forward Jaden Schwartz. The NHL Players' Association released the list on Tuesday.

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  8. Bob Hunter commentary | Rumblings: Buckeyes have top quarterback in sights for 2018 classRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Columbus Dispatch

    ... when Nash refused to waive his no-trade clause to go to Ottawa, and he was subsequently traded to the New York Rangers. Zibanejad will be Nash's teammate now, after being traded to the Rangers for one of the players who went to New York with Nash, ...

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  9. Rangers bring back forward Marek HrivikRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | MSNBC

    The New York Rangers announced that they've re-signed Marek Hrivik to a new contract. The term and financial details of the deal were not released.

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  10. Rangers Re-Sign Marek HrivikRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Blueshirt Banter

    Hrivik is 24 years old and is coming off of a one-year, $575,000 contract. The Slovakian winger will be turning 25 in a month.

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  11. New York Rangers Throw Back Thursday: March 4th, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Blue Line Station

    As we wait for the new season to begin, let's take a trip down memory lane on this Throwback Thursday to a thrilling 3-2 New York Rangers' victory against the President Trophy winner Washington Capitals late in the season. If you were looking for a good reason to praise Derek Stepan last season, look no further than the game against the Washington Capitals on March 4th, when he scored the game-winning goal early in the third period to hand his team a much-needed win at that point in the season.

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  12. The unsigned NCAA free agent ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Blueshirt Banter

    Like Vesey this year are there any other NCAA players that are due to become a free agent in August 15? Naturally Vesey is the crown jewel this year but there has got to be at least another player. I did some digging and couldn't locate any such list.

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  13. New York Rangers Thoughts: Klein, Shattenkirk and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Blue Line Station

    There is still one major change the New York Rangers need to make before they are definite cup contenders again, and that is acquiring a steady puck moving defenseman. It took New York Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton a while to make a lineup shaking trade, but it finally happened when the trigger was pulled to bring 23-year-old old Mika Zibanejad and a 2nd round pick to New York.

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  14. Rangers Give Maxim Lapierre a PTORead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Blueshirt Banter

    Maxim Lapierre, after playing one season in Europe, is hoping to return to the NHL in a New York Rangers jersey. Apparently while playing for Modo Lapierre left the team mid-season to join HC Lugano in the Swiss League.

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  15. Chris Kreider's plan to get out of his head and into the score sheetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | New York Post

    The mission hasn't changed for Chris Kreider, but it appears as though the 25-year-old power winger's mindset has changed in his approach to the upcoming 2016-17 season. "Nothing changes from what I should have been doing last year and what I will be doing this year," Kreider said Wednesday at the club's practice rink after helping out on the ice at the Rangers Youth Hockey Camp.

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  16. Stall to the great white northRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Blueshirt Banter

    Anyone think maybe any of Canada's teams would take a deal for stall and maybe he would want to go . Most could use a vet presence on there roster.

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  17. The Officially Unofficial BSB Fantasy Premier LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Blueshirt Banter

    It's about that time again. The Premier League is right around the corner, with surprise champions Leicester City taking on newly promoted Hull City on the 13th of August.

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  18. Lapierre gets invite to training camp; Kreider on his new deal and what he needs to do this seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | NorthJersey.com

    However, Lapierre's PTO is as much about the Rangers needing bodies for training camp, given their World Cup absences, as it is about Lapierre's actual chances of making the final roster. He's not bumping out Pavel Buchnevich.

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  19. Max is back: Lapierre to attend Rangers camp on PTORead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | MSNBC

    Per TVA, Lapierre has agreed to join the Rangers in training camp on a professional tryout. The news comes after he split last season between Swiss League outfit Lugano and Swedish League side Modo, with midseason rumblings there were NHL teams interested in bringing him back .

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  20. New York Rangers: What Will The Powerplay Units Look Like?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Blue Line Station

    With the roster going through lots of changes this offseason, it's time to try to guess next year's powerplay units! In an offseason that has seen the New York Rangers' top two offensive minded defensemen leave the team- Keith Yandle and Dan Boyle -the Rangers have to go back to the drawing board with their powerplays, as they should have anyway, because it was absolutely pathetic in the playoffs, scoring at only a 10.5% clip which ranked 13th in the league. According to Left Wing Lock , The New York Rangers' most common powerplay combination last year was a combination of 4 forwards and 1 defenseman, the forwards being Derek Stepan , Chris Kreider , Mats Zuccarello and the since traded Derick Brassard with defenseman Keith Yandle.

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