Post-game audio from the Rangers dressing room.
Another Rangers post-game and another Coach Tortorella issue. In addition to the New York head coach, Ez has audio from Henrik Lundqvist and Ryan Callahan.
The Rangers, despite playing the 2nd game of a back-to-back came from behind to beat the Jets tonight. Ezzy spoke with Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan Callahan and Brian Boyle. Coach Tortorella audio forthcoming.
Yesterday on the Illegal Curve Hockey Show we had Andrew Gross (Twitter: @AGrossRecord) of The Bergen Record on to talk about the latest news regarding the New York Rangers. For more of Andrew’s writings about the Rangers, you can see his blog Ranger Rants. Here is some of the insight Andrew was able to give […]
There are only two games on the schedule tonight. In fact, the schedule is fairly light until Thursday, but here are tonight’s contests: New York Rangers at New Jersey Devils These teams don’t like each other and never have. Tonight’s game marks the second of the season for the Devils, after the team was dominated […]
The New York Rangers underwent some significant turnovers near the end of last season and then again over the summer. They decided to fire Tom Renney near the end of last season and replaced him with his complete and total opposite—John Tortorella. As a result, the Rangers are attempting to remake their team from one that […]
From TSN: A week after the New York Rangers walked away from Nikolai Zherdev’s salary arbitration ruling, making the forward a free agent, Zherdev has reportedly signed with a team in the Russian based KHL. According to RDS.ca, Zherdev signed a deal with Salavatovo Yuleav Ufa, a team that also employees former NHL’ers Alexander Perezhogin and Alexander […]
Today, news broke that the New York Rangers have walked away from an arbitrator’s contract ruling of one-year, $3.9 million for Nikolai Zherdev. From TSN: The New York Rangers have decided to walk away from a salary arbitration ruling to Nikolai Zherdev, making the forward an unrestricted free agent. Zherdev was awarded a one-year, $3.9 million […]