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A look back at the New York Islanders team 1979-80 As the New York Islanders prepare to honor their first Stanley Cup winning team on Saturday night against the Florida Panthers, we take a look at what the team has accomplished during the season 1979-1980.
Projecting Henrik Lundqvist's career win total New York Rangers future hall of fame goalie Henrik Lundqvist is in the twilight of his career. How will be finish statistically?
NY Rangers trade rumor: Leafs sniffing around Alex Georgiev The NY Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs are rumored to be discussing an Alex Georgiev trade. But the price may surprise you.
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Bantering Points: 1/18/20 Here are today’s news and links: Rangers News: Brett Cyrgalis sees that with the trade deadline quickly approaching, David Quinn’s squad is starting to change the narrative around itself.
Rangers' Dilemma: Deadline Trades or Playoff Push? The New York Rangers' approach to the trade deadline could perhaps be summed up by three words at this point: "We're not sure." eval; It's just too early for the rebuilding Blueshirts to decide whether to engage in a third straight deadline selloff.
Rangers at a crossroads after some big wins The New York Rangers are at a crossroads. They need to decide if they are all in for a playoff push or selling at the deadline for yet another year.
Rangers' specialty teams starting to get it done It was one of the Rangers' better penalty kills of the season, and it showed how their man-down group is starting to come together. After Tony DeAngelo took a frustrating interference penalty early in the third period of the 3-2 win over the Islanders on Thursday, the Blueshirts put together a rather inspired kill.
Rangers look like 'different' team with deadline decisions looming Rangers, who are looking like a team who could make a playoff push, have some looming deadline decisions to make.
As Kreider heats up so does trade talk This isn't news since he's been labeled the top trade target once Taylor Hall was moved to Arizona. While Kreider is red hot, this scoring streak actually started on December 8th against Vegas. In the last 18 games he has 10 goals and 8 assists. He's playing with speed and power and leading the team on and off the ice.
Making sense of NHL’s dizzying coaching carousel There have been seven coaching changes, accounting for just over 20 percent of the league. Two coaches - John Hynes and Pete DeBoer - have been fired and rehired elsewhere.
The good and the bad from the win over the Islanders The great news is that the Rangers lifted their record to 23-19-4 for 50 points. Looking at the standings, the positive is that Florida, Buffalo and Philadelphia all have a history of fading when the playoff crunch comes, but there is no way of knowing if they will do it again.
Bridge deals may cost NY Rangers as key players become free agents The NY Rangers have been hesitant to commit to young players off ELCs, offering bridge deals. This may hurt them as key players become free agents.
NHL Sense or Nonsense - Trade Chatter beginning to percolate Making sense or nonsense out of some trade speculation invovling the Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers.
Leafs have inquired on Georgiev but Rangers holding steady Of course, the interview goes on to discuss the Leafs need help on defense and Kasperi Kapanen is likely the forward they are willing to part with in a trade. This all harkens back to what I wrote yesterday about Georgiev being part of a much larger deal.
Maple Leafs among teams interested in making trade for Rangers goalie Alexander Georgiev: Report The Leafs currently sit at No. 6 in the East and are looking to make a move that will send them up the ranks and secure a playoff spot for themselves. Frederik Andersen has started 38 games for Toronto this season at goalie and is second in wins in the NHL with 22.
NY Rangers Goal Breakdown: Kreider wins it with late PPG over Isles Hell, for the first eight years of his Ranger career, he was underpaid by at least $60M, so yeah. He earned it. Would I have done it? Absolutely. Cam Talbot had only played a handful of games and had no great pedigree and Hank looked on top of his game.
For Your Consideration: Adam Fox for the Calder Trophy Continuing our "For Your Consideration" series, let’s take a look at Adam Fox.
Tyler Wall continues to add to Rangers embarrassing riches in goal When Georgiev is eventually moved, and the Rangers do bring Wall in, next year would have two very solid tandems in both the NHL, and in the AHL. Tyler Wall was the 174th overall pick by the Rangers back in 2016. As per a recent prospect report on Wall:.
Bantering Points: 1/17/20 Here are today’s news and links: Rangers News: Highlights: NYR 3, NYI 2 Game Recap: A dubious penalty all against Chris Kreider in the final minutes of the third period…
NYR/NYI 1/16 Review: "The Islander Killer" Alexandar Georgiev Slays The Isles Again; Rangers Creep Closer In The Standings, Tony DeAngelo & Chris Krei Greetings and salutations everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. What a glorious night in the KINGDOM OF GEORGIEV! On Thursday night, the Rangers followed Monday night's 6-2 spanking of the Islanders, by defeating the Islanders 3-2, at the dump known as the Nassau Coliseum.
Alexandar Georgiev stymies the Islanders once again Georgiev made 38 saves while backstopping his team to a 3-2 win over the Islanders on Thursday night at the Coliseum, following up the 6-2 win with him in nets against the Isles on Monday night at the Garden.
My Favorite Things There are five general categories of things that I love more than anything else in this life:. No. 1 - My kid. While she's certainly not perfect and even drives me a little crazy sometimes, I will always be her biggest fan. I made her, after all, baked her in my body like it was an Easy-Bake Oven and she was a tiny angel food cake.
New York Rangers vs Islanders: A huge last minute 3-2 win It looked like the puck had crossed the goal line, but Casey Cizikas batted the puck out of the net and the referee waved it off. After about a minute of play, there was a stoppage and it was reviewed. The goal was announced and it was a new game, tied 1-1 with just over a 25 minutes left in the game.
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