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NHL fines New York Rangers $250K for ripping Tom Wilson fine

The New York Rangers were walloped with a $250,000 fine by the NHL after the team called for the firing of Department of Player Safety head George Parros this week. The Rangers were incensed after the NHL opted to fine but not suspend Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson for altercations with New York forwards Pavel Buchnevich and Artemi Panarin on Monday night. He was given a $5,000 fine, the maximum allowable under the collective bargaining agreement, for punching Buchnevich in the head when he was flat on the ice. Wilson wasn't further penalized by the league for throwing down Panarin, which the Rangers said caused an injury that put their star winger out for their remaining games this season.
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James Dolan: Chris Drury ‘the right guy’ to lead Rangers culture change

This wasn’t about the state of the rebuild. This was about the state of the Rangers union. And Jim Dolan, the Executive Chairman of Madison Square Garden Sports Corp., was not comfortable with it. So he acted. Decisively. “I saw a weakness in the team that was not being addressed...
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NHL hits Rangers with massive fine for statement on Tom Wilson’s slap on the wrist

The Rangers were fined 50 times the amount Tom Wilson was charged after they complained to the NHL about his slap on the wrist. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman levied a $250,000 fine on the Blueshirts for the brash statement they issued earlier this week, calling the league’s decision to only fine the Capitals forward $5,000 a “dereliction of duty” and saying that league disciplinarian George Parros is “unfit to continue in his current role.”
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A clueless NHL fines the Rangers $250k for a tweet

The New York Rangers were hit with a hefty $250,000 fine for sending that tweet critical of the lack of a suspension for Tom Wilson. In their statement, the NHL was firm in their rejection of the Rangers’ condemnation of George Parros of the Department of Player Safety. “Public comments...
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How a Wild 48 Hours Changed the Future of the Rangers and Embarrassed the NHL

Two separate series of events occurred Wednesday night in the game between the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals at Madison Square Garden, but there was a common theme that wove the two together: An abdication of accountability. There is a lot to unpack from the Rangers' 4-2 loss to...
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Blueshirt Banter

What Happens Next for the New York Rangers?

John Davidson and Jeff Gorton are out. Chris Drury has been promoted to President and GM. Senior Advisor Glen Sather will assist Drury during this transition, and will continue to consult the team. These are all things that were announced Wednesday. When I first saw the news, I had to...
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Blueshirt Banter

Rangers Recall Jonny Brodzinski, Tim Gettinger, and Justin Richards from Hartford Wolf Pack

The New York Rangers announced a series of recalls from Hartford this morning. The team is currently without a lot of roster regulars due to injury, and during a press conference this morning, President and General Manager Chris Drury announced Pavel Buchnevich has a hearing and Julien Gauthier is done for the season and there is another player also battling an injury.
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Asbury Park Press

Takeaways from newly introduced NY Rangers team president and GM Chris Drury

Chris Drury wasn't interested in doing this job anywhere else. The newly introduced team president and general manager of the New York Rangers is right where he's always wanted to be. "I grew up a Ranger fan in Connecticut, and it was a lifelong dream to be able to play...
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Blueshirt Banter

New York Rangers Sign Lauri Pajuniemi to ELC

According to CapFriendly; the New York Rangers have reportedly signed Finnish winger Lauri Pajuniemi to a two year Entry Level Contract. Pajuniemi spent the last two seasons playing in Finland for TPS Turku of SM-liiga, where he scored 48 goals and 78 points over 97 total games. It is unclear whether the 21 year old right handed shooting winger will come over the AHL or stay in Europe for next season or if he will come directly to the big club on Broadway.
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