New York Rangers

report this ad The New York Rangers have accelerated their rebuild with a flurry of acquisitions this offseason. But, was it enough to consider them a playoff team? The answer is not in 2019-20. Sooner rather than later the Rangers will be back to being at the top of the Metropolitan Division and, more importantly,
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report this ad With second-overall draft pick Kaapo Kakko on board, a bevy of other talented youngsters on the way, and the tantalizing possibility of signing Columbus Blue Jackets’ star Artemi Panarin imminent, the end of Chris Kreider’s tenure with the New York Rangers seems, in some circles, like a foregone conclusion. Though it’s more
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report this ad The New York Rangers have acquired Jacob Trouba from the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for Neal Pionk and the 20th-overall selection in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. The draft pick was originally owned by the Jets and was acquired from the Rangers in the trade that saw Kevin Hayes sent to Winnipeg.
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© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Asking price to acquire and sign Jacob Trouba won’t be cheap Larry Brooks of the NY Post: The New York Rangers and New York Islanders are among the teams aggressively going after Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba. The New Jersey Devils are also interested. The cost to acquire Trouba is
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Potential destinations for Puljujarvi Dustin Nielson of Oilers Nation: Edmonton Oilers forward Jesse Puljujarvi could be looking for a change of scenery according to Bob McKenzie. Five potential destinations for Puljujarvi include: Carolina Hurricanes – Puljujarvi played with Sebastian Aho at the World Juniors and with Karpat growing up. Have a few other Finns in
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report this ad With the second summer of their rebuild approaching, the New York Rangers are in the process of adding a glut of flashy new talent that’s looking to debut on Broadway next season. Vitali Kravtsov. Kaapo Kakko/Jack Hughes. Adam Fox. Igor Shesterkin. Yegor Rykov. Maybe even Artemi Panarin or Erik Karlsson or Jacob
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In today’s News & Notes, Esa Lindell has signed a long-term extension, Jim Schoenfeld has stepped down from the New York Rangers and Craig MacTavish is the new head coach of Lokomotiv in the KHL. Related: NHL News & Notes: Krueger, Heponiemi & More Lindell Signs Extension With Stars The Dallas Stars have agreed to
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