Rangers Iced By Pens in Shootout

PENGUINS 4, RANGERS 3 (SO) Arriving on Seventh Avenue last night, losers of four consecutive contests, the Penguins looked more like a bottom-feeder team than defending Stanley Cup champions. That, however, was before the opening puck-drop at The Garden. The host Rangers had returned from a three-game West Coast expedition that left them with three […]

5 Things to Know: Rangers vs. Penguins

BY: DAVID KOLB Follow @DavidKolbMSG NEW YORK RANGERS (46-26-5) vs. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS (46-19-11) Coverage begins at 6:30 PM on MSG2 The Rangers return home to play their division rivals.

The All-Time Top 9 Rangers Characters

In hockey, the “characters” come in special, and very different packages. Some are just plain whacky such as forward Jean Pusie who, in the middle of a penalty shot — instead of shooting — got on his knees and bowed before the enemy goalie. Others — especially goalie Gump Worsley — did and said unusual […]

What’s Going on with the Rangers?

1. This March swoon, if you want to call it that (6-8-2 in the last 16 games) could reasonably be explained as human nature. Perhaps because for a while now, the Rangers have been pretty much locked into their fate – the first Wild Card in the East, and a crossover into the Atlantic playoff […]

Sharks Top Blueshirts in OT

SHARKS 5, RANGERS 4 (OT) Hungry Sharks are a scary sight in any body of water. Ditto for skating Sharks starved for a victory. Defeated in their last six games, San Jose’s version of big, nasty ice fish turned on the Rangers last night at SAP Center, and the results were not pleasant for the […]

Sky’s The Limit For Skjei

The subject was Brian Leetch, and Brady Skjei’s eyes were as big as saucers. Skjei has always admired Leetch’s legacy, even though Skjei was less than three months old when Leetch lifted the Conn Smythe Trophy and the Stanley Cup. The point was this – even the greatest offensive defensemen of all-time had to learn […]