Rangers Rumors & News

  • Veteran NHLer Pyatt signs in Swiss league

    Pro Hockey Talk "After a lengthy NHL career, Taylor Pyatt is headed overseas. The former Islander, Sabre, Canuck, Coyote, Ranger and Penguin has signed with Geneve-Servette of Switzerland’s National League A, the club announced on Thursday. Pyatt, 32, split last season between New York and Pittsburgh, racking..." July 24

  • Chris Kreider signs two-year deal with Rangers

    USA Today "New York Rangers general manager Glen Sather has built a reputation of driving a hard bargain with his team's restricted free agents, especially those coming off their entry-level contracts. That story line replayed itself again in the latest negotiation with Chris Kreider, who reportedly..." July 23

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    Craig Morgan @cmorganfoxaz

    Mats Zuccarello settles at one year, $3.5 million with New York Rangers. Nice raise from $1.15 million.

  • Chris Kreider seeking $2.8 million in arbitration

    CBSSports.com "The New York Rangers have three players slated for arbitration hearings over the next two weeks, making this a busy time of the summer for the club. Young forward Chris Kreider is up first on Wednesday, with Mats Zuccarello slated for an arbitration hearing on July 25 and Derick Brassard looking..." July 21

  • Stempniak close to contract with Rangers: report

    NHL.com "Free agent forward Lee Stempniak is close to a one-year contract with the New York Rangers, TSN's Darren Dreger reported Friday. The 31-year-old right wing finished last season with the Pittsburgh Penguins after he was traded from the Calgary Flames. Stempniak had four goals and seven..." July 20

  • Rangers plot move for Boston College stud Kevin Hayes

    New York Post "The Rangers have targeted pending free-agent winger Kevin Hayes, the 22-year-old Boston College graduate who was selected 24th overall by the Blackhawks in the 2010 Entry Draft, but who will be eligible to hit the open market on Aug. 16 if he does not sign with Chicago by Aug. 15, The Post has..." July 17

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    The Mayor John Hoven @mayorNHL

    Matthew Lombardi signs two-year deal w/ #NYRangers

  • Rick Nash is not leaving the Garden

    New York Post "If I had a nickel for every conversation with an NHL front office executive or agent this summer that included the phrase, “The Rangers need to trade Nash,” I would have a nickel from essentially every conversation I have had this summer, and my cap hit would approach Rick Nash’s $7.8..." July 14

  • Dan Boyle not shy about Rangers role: ‘I enjoy the pressure’

    New York Post "The Rangers wanted Dan Boyle six years ago, just as they wanted Marty St. Louis and Brad Richards, too, long before the latter two arrived. But it didn’t work out. The Blueshirts just didn’t have enough tradable assets to get any of them from Tampa Bay while they were in their prime even as..." July 09

  • Dan Boyle targeted Rangers in his free agent search, happy to be St. Louis’ teammate again

    Bergen Record "New Rangers defenseman/power-play quarterback Dan Boyle just conducted a conference call with the New York media, his first comments about joining the Rangers as an unrestricted free agent by agreeing to a two-year deal worth $9 million on July 1. Boyle, who turns 38 on Saturday, turned down..." July 07

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    The Hockey News @TheHockeyNews

    According to @THNKenCampbell, M. Zuccarello, D. Brassard and C. Kreider of NYR and N. Spaling of Penguins have filed for salary arbitration.

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    New York Rangers @NYRangers

    OFFICIAL: #NYR have agreed to terms with free agent forward Nick Tarnasky.

  • NY Rangers have void at center position after Brad Richards buyout and Brian Boyle free agency departure

    New York Daily News "The Rangers have lost five key contributors from last season's Eastern Conference championship team through trade, buyout or free agency, including two capable centers in Brad Richards and Brian Boyle, even if Boyle played left wing most of last season. The Blueshirts again will have Derek..." July 03

  • Alex Kovalev officially retires after 24 years playing pro hockey

    CBSSports.com "Alex Kovalev hasn't played an NHL game in close to two years but all along he remained an active player, spending last season in the Swiss second league. He remains a player no more; on Thursday he announced his retirement from the game for good. "I'd have loved to play until I'm 50 but the..." July 03

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    Hockey Central @SNHockeyCentral

    New York Rangers agree to terms with free agent forward Chris Bourque, club announces.

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    Arthur Staple @StapeNewsday

    According to sources, #Isles were more than competitive with offers to targeted FAs: Offered 3 years to Dan Boyle, 4 years to Jarome Iginla.

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    Andrew Gross @AGrossRecord

    Rangers announce signing of G Cedrick Desjardins. Depth for the organization. Spent last season with Syracuse (AHL), six NHL games with TB

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    Bob McKenzie @TSNBobMcKenzie

    NYR sign Matt Hunwick to one year deal worth $600K.

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    Bob McKenzie @TSNBobMcKenzie

    NYR sign defenceman Steve Kampfer to a two-way deal. Played in Iowa of AHL this past season.

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    Steve Zipay @stevezipay

    #NYR announce signing of C Chris Mueller, 28, played with Dallas/Texas Stars

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    James Mirtle @mirtle

    Rangers sign Mike Kostka.

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    Dan Murphy @sportsnetmurph

    Tanner Glass gets 1.45 per from NYR for that 3 year deal.

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    Larry Brooks @NYP_Brooksie

    Dominic Moore re-enlists with Rangers, Post has learned

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    Larry Brooks @NYP_Brooksie

    Post has learned Rangers have signed Dan Boyle to two year deal worth $9M

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    Pierre LeBrun @Real_ESPNLeBrun

    Stralman's agent Marc Levine says Rangers are officially out on his client

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    Darren Dreger @DarrenDreger

    D.Boyle expects 4 offers. Washington is believed to have joined a group of teams that also includes Tor, Mtl, Det, NYR and Tampa Bay. #FAF

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    2014 NHL Draft Day Rumors - Live Blog

    PSD Staff The 2014 NHL Entry Draft goes on Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia. While this year's NHL draft will certainly not be able to match the talent pool of Thursday's NBA Draft, or even most other NHL Drafts for that matter, there are still some extremely talented players available. The best part... June 28

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    Larry Brooks @NYP_Brooksie

    Rangers have traded winger Derek Dorsett to Vancouver for a third-round pick

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    Anthony Mingioni @AnthonyMingioni

    #Flyers and #NYRangers amongst several teams with interest in defenseman Dan Boyle per @renlavoietva.

  • What will the Rangers do with their cap space after Brad Richards buyout?

    The Hockey News "The New York Rangers freed up over $6.67 million in annual cap space by using their remaining compliance buyout on center Brad Richards, who now becomes an unrestricted free agent. Rather than use the savings to pursue unrestricted free agents, Larry Brooks of the New York Post anticipates the..." June 24

  • Rangers now look within

    New York Post "The $6.67 million of cap space the Rangers have gained through the amnesty buyout of Brad Richards will be invested in keeping as much of the Stanley Cup finalists intact as possible — not in acquiring a center-ice bauble ready to hit the open market (Paul Stastny) or one potentially available via..." June 22

  • Brad Richards to Devils?

    Newark Star-Ledger "Besides going 0-13 in shootouts, the biggest reason the 2013-14 Devils missed the Stanley Cup playoffs is because they didn't score enough goals. In 82 games, they were shut out 10 times, held to one goal 13 times and managed two goals 26 times. Totaled up, the Devils scored three or more just..." June 22

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    Joe Smith @TBTimes_JSmith

    Agent for @BRichards_1991 says veteran would "certainly respond positively to interest from Tampa." Unclear, however, if Richards is a fit

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    Pierre LeBrun @Real_ESPNLeBrun

    Brad Richards has been bought out by the New York Rangers, source says

  • Seven centers who could move this summer – and where they’ll end up

    The Hockey News "It’s an unusual year for centers. When you build a team these days, this is a position you really need to be strong in. The Kings are deep down the middle, just as the Hawks were when they won and the Bruins in 2011. It’s a key spot on the depth chart, so when you get a good center, you tend to..." June 19

  • Rangers grapple with messy decision on Brad Richards

    New York Post "On the day the Kings traipsed the Stanley Cup around Los Angeles for their championship parade, Brad Richards went to the Rangers practice facility and was the first player to meet his coach for an exit interview. The Blueshirts and Richards are in the midst of what is very likely is the middle..." June 18

  • Breaking down the Rangers’ offseason options

    New York Post "This year has become last year with next year becoming this year in a matter of weeks for the Rangers, who will conduct their breakup day exit meetings on Monday in the wake of the run to the Stanley Cup finals that ended with Friday’s Game 5 double-overtime defeat by the Kings in Los..." June 16

  • Kings edge Rangers, 3-2 in double OT, to win Stanley Cup

    Los Angeles Times "The Los Angeles Kings completed a remarkable and improbable run to their second Stanley Cup championship in three years by defeating the New York Rangers with a 3-2 overtime victory on Friday night at Staples Center. Facing elimination seven times in the three rounds of playoffs before the..." June 14

  • Game 5 loss is likely Richards’ farewell to Rangers

    New York Post "Brad Richards sat in a chair in the middle of the dressing room, pushed from his locker by the hordes of media and likely pushed from his time with the Rangers. The thrilling 3-2 double-overtime loss to the Kings in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals gave Los Angeles its second championship in..." June 14

  • Rangers stay alive, beat Kings to avoid sweep

    New York Daily News "Put away those brooms. With some overdue luck, just enough goalmouth snow and a whole lot of Henrik Lundqvist, the Rangers are going back to Cali. There was no inglorious sweep completed Wednesday night at the Garden, no hoisting of the Stanley Cup by the opposing Kings, as Lundqvist and the..." June 12

  • Slumping Brad Richards demoted to fourth-line duty

    New York Post "This has to feel eerily similar for Brad Richards, the Rangers veteran center who is again going through a difficult stretch of play at the most important time of the year. Richards was demoted to the fourth line for the Rangers’ 2-1 win over the Kings in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals on..." June 12

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    Yahoo Sports NHL @YahooSportsNHL

    The Rangers have won seven straight home playoff games when facing elimination. Lundqvist has a 0.98 GAA and .967 SP in those games.

  • Rangers' Martin St. Louis on club's predicament: We have a chance to do something special

    Newark Star-Ledger "Rangers winger Martin St. Louis wasn't looking at a glass completely empty. He was looking at a glass that has a chance to be filled. "We have a chance to do something special," St. Louis said, referring to a comeback from an 0-3 deficit against the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup..." June 11

  • Rangers sign Czech defenseman Petr Zamorsky

    Newark Star-Ledger "The Rangers announced Wednesday that they have signed free agent Czech defenseman Petr Zamorsky. Zamosrky, 21, had 18 points (seven goals, 11 assists) with 80 penalty minutes in 44 games with HC Zlin in the Czech Extraliga. He is 6-0, 190 pounds." June 11

  • Struggling Richards may be reaching end of Rangers career

    New York Post "It was hard to watch for the second straight game, Brad Richards struggling to help his Rangers, struggling to contribute offensively and making some glaring defensive gaffes. The result was the Rangers losing to the Kings, 3-0, in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals on Monday night at the..." June 10

  • Jonathan Quick at his best puts Kings at doorstep of Cup championship

    Los Angeles Times "Jonathan Quick has been on hockey's biggest stage before and, as it turns out, he has played in one of its classic arenas before, too. Quick grew up in Hamden, Conn., and among his fondest childhood memories is playing at Madison Square Garden with his peewee team, the Rangers, during the..." June 10

  • Conspiracy theory claims Jeff Carter goal might not have counted

    Yahoo! Sports "Jeff Carter’s Game 3 goal with 0.7 seconds remaining in the first period might be the most soul-crushing tally against the New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final. And that’s saying something, considering they’ve also lost on overtime and double-overtime goals. Say, did you notice something..." June 10

  • Stanley Cup Final ticket prices plummet in New York as sweep looms

    Yahoo! Sports "As the Los Angeles Kings surged ahead to a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final, the spirits of New York Rangers fans sagged. There was a deflated feeling at Madison Square Garden on Monday night, and that lack of enthusiasm has apparently extended to the secondary ticket market. Via TiqIQ, a..." June 10

  • Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings work overtime (again) to defeat New York Rangers

    L.A. Daily News "It’s not an ideal way to play hockey. It’s usually not smart. It’s usually not productive. It’s usually not successful. Somehow, some way, the Kings have made it work. Now, they’re only two victories away from hoisting Lord Stanley’s cherished 35-pound silver trophy after captain Dustin..." June 08

  • Lundqvist ‘extremely disappointed’ with non-interference call

    Pro Hockey Talk "In news that comes as no surprise, Henrik Lundqvist still doesn’t agree with the decision that led to Dwight King‘s 4-3 goal in tonight’s overtime loss to Los Angeles. “I’m extremely disappointed on that call or non-call,” an irate Lundqvist said following the game. “They got to be consistent..." June 08