Category Archives: New York Rangers
Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes … Rangers may have to acquire defensive help after Boyle injury
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Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.ca writes … There is no doubt the Rangers are trying to move at least one body.
Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes … Rick Nash is not leaving the Garden
OFFICIAL: #NYR have agreed to terms with free agent forward Matthew Lombardi.
— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) July 16, 2014
USA Today is reporting that Brad Richards bought out by Rangers.
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Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports that the Game 5 loss is likely Richards’ farewell to Rangers
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He was always one of the smallest players on the ice.
How then can the departure of Marty St. Louis leave such a large hole?
The Lightning not only traded away the best player in its history Wednesday, it also traded away a good chunk of its heart and a pound of its soul.
Girardi’s agents and Rangers GM Glen Sather are not believed to be far apart on the numbers, reportedly around a six-year deal worth $5.5 million per season. Callahan, on the other hand, is believed to be seeking a seven-year contract for close to $7 million per season, both higher than Sather would prefer.
Core Four charter members Dan Girardi and Ryan Callahan are both one day closer to the end of their respective Rangers careers than they were on Wednesday.
Reigning Art Ross Trophy winner and Canadian gold medal winner Martin St. Louis’ name has been in and out of play with the Rangers since Jan. 7, when he was bypassed by Team Canada (and Tampa Bay) general manager Steve Yzerman for his country’s Olympic roster, but no trade is pending that would bring the 38-year-old winger to New York, sources have told The Post.