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NHL mock draft 2019: Who do Blackhawks take after Devils, Rangers pick Jack Hughes, Kaapo Kakko in top 2? Full 31-pick 1st round

The 2019 NHL Draft is less than two months away. April's draft lottery set the order for the first 15 picks, and the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs provided some clarity on the order for the second half of the first round. While many of those exact pick locations are still up in the air, NJ


Blueshirt Underground: New York Rangers Talk (Audio from 4/24/19)

It's report card night in the Blueshirt Underground! Join Professors Eddie and Jim as we dole out the grades for the 2018-19 Rangers. Blueshirt Underground Radio was founded in June of 2009 and is now in its ninth year of being the ONLY live radio broadcast devoted to the New York Rangers! Hosted by


What the New York Rangers rebuild needs: A big free agent signing

As captivating as the Stanley Cup Playoffs are, everyone connected to the New York Rangers will be counting down the days until puck drop in 2019-20. There is of course the small matter of the off-season to navigate for the New York Rangers who face arguably their most pivotal summer in decades with


Quinn Changing the Culture in New York

A team’s effort to play 60 minutes each night is a reflection of their coach, and the New York Rangers outperformed everyone’s expectations for the 2018-19 season in every way. David Quinn’s coaching philosophy is based on accountability and he has changed the culture in his first season as the Rang


Coyotes Ekman-Larsson named finalist for NHL’s King Clancy humanitarian award

Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson is one of three finalists for the NHL’s King Clancy Memorial Trophy, alongside New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers and Minnesota Wild left wing Jason Zucker.


New York Rangers: Teams with salary cap issues this summer

With ample cap space this summer, the New York Rangers could look to take advantage of other teams in a more dire situation. One of the side effects of rebuilding a team’s roster is having the flexibility to make the luxury of choices. The New York Rangers sit with around $20 million in cap space go


Jeff Gorton must learn from Thanos: Balance the New York Rangers

In the spirit of the new Avengers this week, New York Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton should take advice from the movie’s villain. This is an exciting week if you’re a fan of hockey and/or comic book movies. The NHL showcased two Game 7s on Tuesday night, one more on Wednesday, and tomorrow nigh


The Dallas Stars' Mats Zuccarello dilemma

Mats Zuccarello ’s start with the Dallas Stars could not have gone worse. He was injured in his first game with the team after being acquired at the trade deadline and missed all but one of the remaining regular season games. One of two conditional picks that went back to the New York Rangers had th


New York Rangers: A year later, the coaching retread machine continues

After the Philadelphia Flyers announced the hiring of former New York Rangers’ head coach Alain Vigneault, it’s clear New York made the right call going off of the board with David Quinn.


As playoffs progress, Panarin signing with the Rangers decreases

“Artemi Panarin wants to play for the Rangers!” This has been echoed by fans and hockey insiders alike for months. The speculation has been going on ever since Aaron Portzline wrote that Panarin wants to play on Broadway in the Athletic. While this may still be true, it isn’t the sure thing it was b


The New York Rangers exciting future must also be realistically tamed

It was only a matter of time before New York Rangers prospects Igor Shesterkin and Vitali Kravtsov came over, but let’s slow the roll. While in the midst of a rebuild, the one glimmer of hope usually experienced happen when prospects are introduced. For the New York Rangers, those prized prospects a


New York Rangers joining the World Championships rosters

The New York Rangers will be well represented at the International Hockey World Championships scheduled to start on May 10 in Slovakia. Although it was a disappointment for the New York Rangers to miss the playoffs for the second straight season, it is an opportunity for some of their players to get


The Rangers need to trade for Jacob Trouba

The Winnipeg Jets season finished earlier than many expected as they were taken out in the first round by the St. Louis Blues in six games. The White Walkers from Beyond The Wall are staring into the long night as they approach what is to be, a dreaded summer.


The Capitals' dubious Game 7 history forgets one key fact: Braden Holtby in goal is often glorious

WASHINGTON -- In Holtbeast You Need To Trust. I know what you're thinking. Here we go again. The penultimate game on home ice, where the Washington Capitals have just two victories and nine losses in their Game 7, well, heresy might be more apropos than history.


New York Rangers Report Card: John Gilmour

John Gilmour was a candidate to make the New York Rangers blue line corps after an impressive NHL debut last season. With the glut of defensemen on the big league roster, Gilmour spent most of the season in Hartford despite excellent offensive numbers.


Rangers youngsters take to the international stage

With the KHL concluding last week, we are only waiting for who will win the Championship in the SHL (Sweden) and Liiga (Finland). International hockey is in full swing though, and two prospects, a goalie and a potential future prospect are all playing.


Hartnett: Final Grades For Rangers Goaltenders

Some Rangers took impressive strides forward during David Quinn’s first season behind the bench, while others met expectations and some struggled to play their best hockey. Tuesday’s column focuses on how the goaltenders fared in 2018-19. The coaching staff and general manager Jeff Gorton will be gr


New York Rangers: Crazy Game Seven is why we all love hockey

There is no doubt that some New York Rangers fans would have been watching the madness unfold in San Jose on Tuesday night with an envious glance. No matter the team we pledge our allegiance to, whether it is the New York Rangers or the Ottawa Senators, we all love a Game Seven and we were treated t


Neil Smith should be considered to return as Rangers President

Glen Sather is stepping down as President of the New York Rangers hockey club. He will remain as an advisor to owner, James Dolan but going forward there will be a new man leading the rebuild and a hopeful return to Stanley Cup glory.


Winner Take All: How has each franchise fared in Game 7s?

On Tuesday, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins will meet to decide their first-round matchup, with the Vegas Golden Knights visiting the San Jose Sharks in a series-deciding contest later in the evening. On Wednesday, the Carolina Hurricanes and Washington Capitals will follow suit with a Gam