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UPCOMING GAMES
2/6  CGY at NYR
2/8  VAN at NYR
2/10  SEA at NYR
2/11  NYR at CAR
2/15  NYR at VAN
2/17  NYR at EDM
2/18  NYR at CGY
2/20  WPG at NYR
2/23  NYR at DET
2/25  NYR at WSH

LAST 10 GAMES
1/27 VGK 1 at NYR 4 Won F
1/25 NYR 2 at TOR 3 Lost OT
1/23 FLA 2 at NYR 6 Won F
1/19 BOS 3 at NYR 1 Lost F
1/16 NYR 3 at CBJ 1 Won F
1/15 MTL 2 at NYR 1 Lost F
1/12 DAL 1 at NYR 2 Won OT
1/10 MIN 3 at NYR 4 Won SO
1/7 NYR 3 at NJD 4 Lost OT
1/5 NYR 4 at MTL 1 Won F
Won-6  Lost-2  OT-2

New York Rangers  33 games left.   News   Schedule   Roster   

Next game will be against Calgary Flames on Monday, February 6, 2023 in New York Madison Square Garden
Last game against Flames which was played in Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome on 11/6/2021 Rangers lost 0-6
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Confidence sky high as Rangers meet Flames
When they face off Monday in the heart of New York City, it will have been 10 days since both the New York Rangers and Calgary Flames took the ice for an NHL game. The Rangers, who opened a four-gamehomestand with an impressive 4-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights on Jan. 27, struggled to find their footing early in the season, but have posted a 16-4-3 record since Dec. 5. "We really turned it around and a big credit to everyone in here," Rangers center Mika Zibanejad said. The Rangers are in third place in the Metropolitan Division, with their turnaround multi-faceted.
Posted: 02/06/2023

5 Rangers who need to step up after All-Star weekend
After a week-long bye week and All-Star weekend, the New York Rangers are back in action Monday night to take on the Calgary Flames to officially kick off the second half of the NHL regular season. New York currently sits in third place in the loaded Metro division and six points behind New Jersey for second. As the second half of the season is set to begin, it's fair to point out the top players who have helped the Rangers get to where they currently are. Adam Fox, Igor Shesterkin, Artemi Panarin, and Kaapo Kakko have been standouts for the Blueshirts throughout the first half of the season.
Posted: 02/05/2023

Rangers Recall Blais and Cuylle from Wolf Pack
As All-Star Weekend concludes, the New York Rangers have announced two moves in preparation for their upcoming games this week. Blais was sent down to the AHL strictly on a conditioning stint as he was often the odd man out in Gallant's nightly roster. While Blais has struggled to find his offensive game when with the Blueshirts, he quickly proved he didn't belong in the AHL scoring 4 goals in 5 games, including this game-winning beauty. Cuylle was called up in late January and got a few good looks, but as the team was heading into the All-Star break, the organization decided to send him back down to Hartford where he could continue playing.
Posted: 02/05/2023

Rangers 2023 trade deadline buzz: Timo Meier could be team's No. 1 target, ahead of Patrick Kane
Here is the latest Rangers buzz ahead of the 2023 NHL trade deadline...
Posted: 02/05/2023

Rangers defenseman Adam Fox shines in first All-Star appearance
Adam Fox couldn't have drawn up his first NHL All-Star Game appearance much better than this. After missing last year's game due to injury, the New York Rangers defenseman had an unforgettable night at FLA Live Arena on Saturday as a member of the Metropolitan Division team, mostly playing with Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin in their 10-6 loss in the opening round to the eventual champion Atlantic Division team. Now in his fourth NHL season, the one-time Norris Trophy winner as the league's best defenseman had previously been tasked with getting to shut down the two legends, but now had the rare opportunity to actually get to play with them.
Posted: 02/05/2023

Gary Bettman defends NHL handling of Pride night situations
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman at his state of the game news conference Saturday at All-Star Weekend defended the way the league and two teams handled situations that arose regarding Pride night celebrations. Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov did not take part in warmups Jan. 18 because he refused to wear a Pride-themed jersey. Nine days later, the New York Rangers opted not to wear Pride jerseys or use Pride stick tape as part of their night despite previously advertising they planned to do so. Bettman said tolerance of varying viewpoints was part of being “open, welcoming and inclusive.”
Posted: 02/04/2023

Rangers Need to Be Patient with Alexis Lafreniere
The New York Rangers hit the jackpot when they were awarded the first-overall pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. With that pick, they selected left-winger Alexis Lafreniere from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Although the Rangers have been winning, he has struggled to become the player they selected first overall. Many players who have had success take a few years to find their game at the NHL level.
Posted: 02/04/2023

Load Management? What’s That? No Days Off for Hockey’s Winningest Team
The Boston Bruins are winning at a historic clip with a veteran squad. Don’t plan on them easing up by resting players.
Posted: 02/03/2023

The Jewish Sport Report: A deep dive into Jewish memory with Rocky Balboa
This month brings us the Super Bowl, baseball's Spring Training, and the NBA, NHL and NFL All-Star games. This weekend, you can catch Jack Hughes (New Jersey Devils) and Adam Fox (New York Rangers) in the NHL All-Star Game on Saturday afternoon.
Posted: 02/03/2023

Accessible surveillance technology means the end of privacy | David Moon
For example, KPD uses license plate readers and the city of Knoxville is testing noise-monitoring technology downtown.
Posted: 02/03/2023

Today in Sports History-Week Ahead, Feb. 3-Feb.9
Howe is the first player to score six goals in a game since Cy Denneny of the Ottawa Senators in 1921. 1976 — Washington's Dave Bing, in his final NBA All-Star game apperance, wins the MVP and leads the East to a 123-109 victory over the West in Philadelphia.
Posted: 02/02/2023

NHL trade deadline: 20 players who could be on the move
The NHL trade deadline is just over a month away, but talks involving some of the bigger names on the market are already heating up.
Posted: 01/31/2023

NHL: Comprehensive TV, radio web schedules for the 2022-23 season
Every NHL game is available on TV, radio and the web for the 2022-23 season. Rangers, Islanders, Devils stay put on MSG networks.
Posted: 01/31/2023

Fantasy hockey: Waiver wire options to target this week
With the NHL All-Star break upon us, make sure you're well equipped to handle the two-week matchup in fantasy hockey with key waiver additions.
Posted: 01/30/2023

Everything We Know About the Facial Recognition Scandal at Madison Square Garden
The future of facial recognition use by private companies in the United States could boil down to who emerges victorious in an ongoing dispute between a collection of lawyers and a petty, authoritarian New York billionaire. The place: one of America’s most famous venues, Madison Square Garden. The owner: James Dolan.
Posted: 01/30/2023

Barclay Goodrow on the goaltending of Jaroslav Halak, his line scoring twice | Rangers Post Game
In this Rangers post game news conference, forward Barclay Goodrow raved about the play of goaltender Jaroslav Halak, right from the drop of the puck of their 4-1 win over Vegas. Goodrow: "Jaro stood on his head the whole game, especially the first period, kept us in it." The Rangers finally picked up their play late in the first period, scoring a pair of late goals including, Goodrow setting up Vincent Trocheck for his first tally in ten games. Still, it was Halak who made the difference. "It's a good feeling when your second goalie can come in, play like that and provide a sense of calmness to our team."
Posted: 01/28/2023


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 26 13 9 4
AWAY 23 14 5 4
TOTAL 49 27 14 8

FEBRUARY STATS
GP W L OT
HOME
AWAY
TOTAL 0 0 0 0

METROPOLITAN DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
CAR 51 34 9 8 76 173 136
NJD 49 32 13 4 68 171 131
NYR 49 27 14 8 62 157 129
WSH 53 27 20 6 60 166 152
PIT 49 24 16 9 57 161 153
NYI 52 25 22 5 55 148 144
PHI 50 20 21 9 49 138 162
CBJ 51 15 32 4 34 131 198

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. BOS 51 39 7 5 81 83
2. CAR 51 34 9 8 37 76
3. TOR 52 31 13 8 34 70
4. NJD 49 32 13 4 40 68
5. TBL 48 32 15 1 34 65
6. NYR 49 27 14 8 28 62
7. WSH* 53 27 20 6 14 60
8. PIT* 49 24 16 9 8 57
9. BUF 49 26 19 4 20 56
10. NYI 52 25 22 5 4 55
11. FLA 52 24 22 6 -5 54
12. OTT 50 24 23 3 -8 51
13. DET 48 21 19 8 -15 50
14. PHI 50 20 21 9 -24 49
15. MTL 51 20 27 4 -55 44
16. CBJ 51 15 32 4 -67 34
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