One week ago, there was one minute and 41 seconds left in the Rangers’ season. Trailing the Capitals 1-0 with 1:41 left in the third period of Game 5, the realization that the Presidents’ Trophy season was going to end in the second round after just 10 postseason games started to set in. And I […]
The 2013-14 Rangers season lasted 107 games and ended in a devastating defeat, but it was one incredible ride over nearly nine months.
A year ago the Rangers were lost after an embarrassing postseason exit. Now they’re going to play for the Stanley Cup. What a difference a year makes.
Kevin DeLury of The New York Rangers Blog joins me to talk about the Rangers’ matchup with the Penguins and what will happen to Rick Nash if he continues to go scoreless in the playoffs.
Brian Monzo of WFAN joins me to talk about the Rangers’ Game 1 win over the Flyers and how the Rangers’ postseason nerves have disappeared without John Tortorella.
Brian Monzo of WFAN joins me to talk about how Martin St. Louis has impacted the Rangers in a way Ryan Callahan never could and whether Alex Burrows’ hit on Ryan McDonagh was dirty and deserving of a suspension.
610 of Barstool Sports New York joins me to talk about if the Rangers are better now than they were before the trade deadline and how Ryan Callahan didn’t think the Rangers would call his bluff and actually trade him.
Glen Sather made the one move he’s absolutely had to make as Rangers general manager: extend Henrik Lundqvist.
The Rangers were embarrassed in San Jose and then again in Anaheim and the Alain Vigneault era looks no different than the John Tortorella era after four games.
Hockey season is back and the Rangers open the year against the Coyotes in Phoenix on Thursday and that means an email exchange with Kevin DeLury of The New York Rangers Blog.