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Philadelphia Flyers vs. New York Islanders Live Blog: Live Updates and Reactions

Posted 11/25/2015 - 19:10 by HockeyPolls

The Philadelphia Flyers (7-9-3) scored after five minutes for the early 1-0 lead in the first period on a power play against the New York Islanders (10-8-3) but the Islanders came back in the final minute of the first period to tie things up at one apiece and then went on to score two unanswered goals for the 3-1 win. 

NHL Playoffs Race: Why the New York Rangers Are Peaking at the Right Time

Posted 02/20/2015 - 18:21 by HockeyPolls

New York Rangers left wing Rick Nash seemed to be all but absent during his showing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season. He scored three goals in 25 games, and the Rangers struggled offensively in the defeat to the Stanley Cup-champion Los Angeles Kings.

Burning Questions as New York Rangers' 2014 Training Camp Approaches

Posted 09/11/2014 - 20:40 by HockeyPolls

Despite a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals, the New York Rangers have several holes to plug in their roster.
Brad Richards, Brian Boyle, Anton Stralman, Derek Dorsett and Benoit Pouliot are all gone, and it is vital that the organization finds suitable replacements.

Power Ranking New York Rangers' Top 6 Forwards for 2014-15 Season

Posted 07/24/2014 - 15:32 by HockeyPolls

Goals, goals, goals. They always seem to be a problem for the New York Rangers.

New coach, same issue. New personnel, same issue.

That being said, the Rangers are probably as talented now as they’ve ever been. Rick Nash and Martin St. Louis are amongst the league’s most prolific goal scorers of the past decade, while a supporting cast of young guns will round out what could be a potent top six.

How Each Offseason Addition and Departure Will Affect New York Rangers

Posted 07/17/2014 - 13:03 by HockeyPolls

The New York Rangers have been all over NHL free-agent news this offseason, and for mostly all the wrong reasons.

After a visit to the Stanley Cup Final, one would imagine general manager Glen Sather was hoping to keep much, if not all of his squad intact.

New York Rangers' Biggest Mistake in Each of the Last 5 Offseasons

Posted 07/10/2014 - 15:31 by HockeyPolls

Head scratching has become New York Rangers’ fans' go-to offseason pastime as a result of Glen Sather’s reign as general manager.

It’s become a tradition for the Rangers to overpay a free agent.

I get it, that’s how the league works these days—you have to overpay to acquire top free agents. But the Rangers actually didn’t do that last summer—and what happened in 2013-14? 

Eastern Conference Champions.

5 New York Rangers Prospects Set to Challenge for a Roster Spot in 2014

Posted 07/04/2014 - 11:15 by HockeyPolls

After a magical ride that saw the New York Rangers make it all the way to the Stanley Cup Final, general manager Glen Sather was handed a tough task: keeping the Eastern Conference champions intact.

Although that was never going to happen. When a team makes a run to the Final, everyone is watching. And when everyone is watching, pending UFAs get overpaid.

The 3 New York Rangers with the Brightest Future

Posted 04/11/2014 - 09:40 by HockeyPolls

Despite being in win-now mode, the New York Rangers have a lot to look forward to in the coming years.

They have sacrificed several young, promising homegrown players over the past two years, but one could argue the most promising talent is still in place.

Today we’ll highlight the three Rangers with the brightest future, and the list will be limited to players who are on the main roster as of April 10.

Read on to see who made the cut.

The New York Rangers Prospect with the Most Upside at Every Position

Posted 03/13/2014 - 13:20 by HockeyPolls

Although depleted due to the graduation of several high-profile young players to the big club over the past five seasons or so, the New York Rangers still have a somewhat solid group of prospects within their system.

During the Gordie Clark era, the organization has done well to select strong players without choosing high in the draft. For example, Chris Kreider was selected 19th overall in 2009, Derek Stepan went 51st overall in 2008, and Carl Hagelin was the 168th selection of the 2007 draft.

Are the New York Rangers 2014 Stanley Cup Contenders?

Posted 02/28/2014 - 01:01 by HockeyPolls

When you think of the league’s current elite you think of the Chicago Blackhawks, Anaheim Ducks, St. Louis Blues, Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins.

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