Braden Schneider leaves the right Rangers impressions

Kingston, RI – One big hit and then another big hit, and here’s Braden Schneider’s ‘Little Kids’ wiped out. “Yes, there is a resemblance, obviously I can see that from his physical play and his losing,” Big Troubs, Jacob Trouba himself, told The Post before the Rangers embarked on their three-day bonding journey to this … Read more

Zach Jones’ playing skills will never outperform Rangers’ obstacles

KINGSTON, RI – The Rangers’ first right-hand power quadruple unit has been in operation since Thanksgiving Eve 2019 when then-coach David Quinn assembled a group comprising of Chris Kreider and a quartet of right-sided bowlers at Mika Zibanegad, Artemi. Banarin, Ryan Strom, and Tony DiAngelo. When asked about alignment, Quinn simply said, “They are our … Read more

Julien Gautier is likely to fall victim to the Rangers roster crisis

Unless my eyes were deceived, Julien Gautier outperformed Vitaly Kravtsov in the second bootcamp in a row. A year ago Gauthier did university work, Kravtsov was appointed to Hartford and we all know what happened in the immediate aftermath. Kravtsov will not be assigned to the AHL now. There is still plenty of hope for … Read more

Looks like Rangers’ Jimmy Vese is determined to create the opening roster at night

It’s unclear whether Rangers will eventually carry 22 or 23 players on their opening roster, but regardless of composition, it’s hard to leave Jimmy Vessy out of the show. With a team bonding trip to Providence, RI coming in and two games remaining in the fairs season, Vesey, who signed a pre-camp pro test contract, … Read more

Sami Bliss’ return looks like it’s giving Rangers a boost on the wing

It’s been just over 10 months since Sammy Blais got involved in a hockey game. The 26-year-old winger is coming off the season-ending ACL tear that he suffered in his 14th game as a goalkeeper last season. He was memorably tripped into the corner by retired defender BK Suban. Coincidentally, Blais made his triumphant return … Read more

Rangers have tough contract issues ahead of NHL cap increase

Finally, Rangers will have room to breathe under the salary cap starting in the 2024-25 season, as the NHL anticipates the return of the revenue link under the formulas outlined in the collective bargaining agreement extension memorandum. Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly, as Sportsnet first reported on Tuesday, has advised club executives that the cap, which … Read more

Igor Shesterkin angry after collision in Rangers training

If this happened during the season, one would imagine there would be an even greater response than Igor Shesterkin himself who smashed his stick on the back glass after popping a bit after hitting the second goal in Rangers’ opening practice scuffle. Thursday. There was apparently no damage, with netminder remaining in the network without … Read more

Quinn embraces second chance as NHL coach with Sharks

It’s been the whirlwind of summer: preparations to rebuild his entire beach house, 22-going 23-round of golf, and a second chance to train in the NHL one year later, a year that nearly saw him go crazy after being sacked by the New York Rangers on May 12, 2021, After three seasons as a coach. … Read more

Brennan Osman, Will Coyle and Dylan Garand plan their regular summer show

From Rangers Development Camp to World Junior Championships and Now Junior Camp, Brennan Usman, Will Coyle and Dylan Garand I played a lot of hockey this summer. The three Canadians have a prolific run in the international tournament, which culminated in a gold medal in overtime over Finland in late August. The three Rangers played … Read more

Rangers hope to get to know Zack Jones, one of the rookie camp frontrunners

Rangers’ 2021-22 season ended just over three months ago, but it’s already time to get back on the ice even though the New York heat may suggest otherwise. Camp Rookie will begin at the MSG Training Center in Tarrytown on Wednesday and will run through September 20. The camp will include two potential matches on … Read more