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2022 NHL playoff schedule: Results, dates, times and TV info for all the games
The quest for the Stanley Cup is underway. Here are the 2022 NHL playoff dates, times, television and results for all the games.
Posted: 06/25/2022

Rangers' Chris Kreider undergoes surgery on wrist
Chris Kreider has had surgery to remove a small bone fragment from his wrist, the Rangers announced on Friday. The surgery, which was performed by Dr. Robert Hotchkiss at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, was successful and has an expected timeline for recovery of two to four weeks. Kreider, who is the longest-tenured Ranger, is coming off a career season in which he made his mark on the franchise’s record books and helped lead the team to its first conference final appearance since...
Posted: 06/25/2022

AIMING HIGH: Local Bartlesville gymnast receives appointment to Air Force Academy
Bartlesville Gymnastics Club icon receives appointment, scholarship for Air Force Academy
Posted: 06/23/2022

Rangers' 2021-22 Season Points to Success of Thorough Rebuild
The New York Rangers organization came a long way since their front office penned a letter released on Feb. 8, 2018, at the conclusion of their utterly unimpressive 2017-18 season that announced many changes ahead. These changes would culminate in the Rangers being one of three last contending teams for the 2021-22 Stanley Cup just a few seasons later.
Posted: 06/22/2022

Rangers' K'Andre Miller Becoming a Force on Defense
Miller’s Improved Play After a strong 2020-21 season as a rookie, Miller got off to a slow start this season. He didn’t play with enough physicality, even though he’s 6-foot-5 and 210 pounds, and he relied heavily on stick checking, which sometimes allowed opponents to get around him. He also played a bit tentatively in the offensive zone, and often looked to get the puck to his defense partner Jacob Trouba, rather than shooting the puck himself.
Posted: 06/22/2022

Rangers Can Learn From Avalanche's Play This Postseason
The Colorado Avalanche realized their potential this season, and the New York Rangers can learn a few things from their style of play. Holding a 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Final, the Avalanche have shown a lot in the three games, regardless of their loss in Game 3. The New York Rangers are a team on the rise.
Posted: 06/22/2022

Russian goalie crowned NHL's best
Igor Shesterkin won the accolade for the league's best goaltender at the NHL Awards Russia's Igor Shesterkin collected the Vezina Trophy for the league's best goalie at the NHL Awards on Tuesday night, with the star recognized for his remarkable performances with the New York Rangers. Shesterkin, 26, was widely seen as a certainty for the accolade given his stellar form as the Rangers embarked on a first Stanley Cup Playoffs run since 2017, ultimately falling in the Eastern Conference Final agai...
Posted: 06/22/2022

Ron Rivera impressed with safety Jeremy Reaves
Jeremy Reaves first signed with Washington back in Sept. The former undrafted free agent from South Alabama debuted in December of the year. Since then, the Commanders just can’t seem to get rid of Reaves, which is the ultimate compliment for 25-year-old safety.
Posted: 06/22/2022

NHL Awards Winners
Winners of the 2021-22 NHL awards. Hart Memorial Trophy, MVP — Auston Matthews, Toronto Vezina Trophy, goaltender — Igor Shesterkin, New York Rangers James Norris Memorial Trophy, defenseman — Cale Makar, Colorado Calder Memorial Trophy, rookie — Moritz Seider, Detroit Frank J. Selke Trophy, defensive forward — Patrice Bergeron, Boston Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, most gentlemanly — Kyle Connor, Winnipeg Jack Adams Award, coach — Darryl Sutter, Calgary King Clancy Trophy, humanitarian contribution...
Posted: 06/22/2022

New York Rangers extend the contract of forward Sammy Blais
The New York Rangers have given Sammy Blais a one-year contract extension after the forward missed most of his first season with the team with a lower body injury. General Chris Drury announced the agreement on Friday without releasing details. Blais skated in 14 games, collecting four assists and posting a plus-3 rating.
Posted: 06/17/2022

Reacting to Chris Kreider's end of season comments, future of Kaapo Kakko and other Rangers | SportsNite
Reacting to Chris Kreider’s comments about the Rangers’ 2021-2022 season, and analyzing the future of Kaapo Kakko.
Posted: 06/14/2022

Adam Fox and Jacob Trouba on the disappointment of their Game 6 loss to the Lightning and playoff elimination | Rangers Post Game
In this Rangers post game news conference, very disappointed Rangers defensemen Adam Fox and Jacob Trouba talk about their Game 6 loss to the Lightning.
Posted: 06/12/2022

Bolt back in the Stanley Cup Final
Lighting beat the Rangers in Game 6.
Posted: 06/12/2022


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 41 27 10 4
AWAY 41 25 14 2
TOTAL 82 52 24 6

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

METROPOLITAN DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
CAR 82 54 20 8 116 278 202
NYR 82 52 24 6 110 254 207
PIT 82 46 25 11 103 272 229
WSH 82 44 26 12 100 275 245
NYI 82 37 35 10 84 231 237
CBJ 82 37 38 7 81 262 300
NJD 82 27 46 9 63 248 307
PHI 82 25 46 11 61 211 298

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. FLA 82 58 18 6 94 122
2. CAR 82 54 20 8 76 116
3. TOR 82 53 22 7 52 113
4. NYR 82 52 24 6 47 110
5. TBL 82 51 23 8 54 110
6. PIT 82 46 25 11 43 103
7. BOS* 82 51 26 5 35 107
8. WSH* 82 44 26 12 30 100
9. NYI 82 37 35 10 -6 84
10. CBJ 82 37 38 7 -38 81
11. DET 82 33 39 10 -72 76
12. BUF 82 32 39 11 -58 75
13. OTT 82 33 42 7 -39 73
14. NJD 82 27 46 9 -59 63
15. PHI 82 25 46 11 -87 61
16. MTL 82 22 49 11 -98 55
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