The Rangers are spiraling out of control. The team has no killer instinct, no winning spirit, and seem to get derailed in games when even the slightest bounce goes the other way. It’s tough to address the mental aspect of the game without winning, so the goal should be putting them in a position to win. The Rangers need a major shake up to right the ship, and while many think that means a trade, it simply means dressing the best roster and line combinations.
Tuesday, November 29th NY Islanders @ Philadelphia, 7:30 PM Hulu/ESPN+ John Buccigross, Kevin Weekes Wednesday, November 30th Buffalo @ Detroit, 7 PM TNT Brendan Burke, Darren Pang & Jackie Redmond Edmonton @ Chicago, 9:30 PM TNT Kenny Albert, Eddie Olczyk & Keith Jones Thursday, December 1st Edmonton @ Minnesota, 8 PM Hulu/ESPN+ Bob Wischusen, Brian Read more... The post Your NHL announcing schedule for 11/29-12/5 appeared first on Awful Announcing.
Hours After Parts of Venue Flooded, Bridgestone Set to Host Predators Hockey, Maren Morris Concert this Week. As Bridgestone Arena's operations staff prepared for a full day of hockey in the early hours of Friday morning, they noticed something alarming. A steady flow of water, coming from a burst water...
After the Rangers disappointing loss to the Oilers on Saturday, there was a lot of justifiably upset fans on Twitter dot com. I was partially one of them, however because I was traveling back from Thanksgiving I did not actually see the collapse. And while I did watch the extended highlights the morning after, it reminded me why the phrase “sleep on it” exists to an extent. It avoids the Rangers blame game, a bit.
NY RANGERS HONOUR 12-YEAR-OLD CANCER SURVIVOR - LET HIM RING 'SURVIVORS BELL' IN TOUCHING CEREMONY (VIDEO)
Last night the New York Rangers hosted the New Jersey Devils in what finished as a 5-3 wins for the Devils. It was 'Hockey Fights Cancer' night for the Rangers and they gave this incredible fighter, 12 year old Brody Kuenzler who is a huge Rangers fan, an incredibly touching ceremony pre-game.
The New York Giants (7-4, 3rd in NFC East) return home as they face the Washington Commanders (7-5, last in NFC East) in Week 13 on Sunday at 1 p.m. The Giants dropped two straight games for the first time this season with a 28-20 defeat at the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day.
The New Jersey Devils will go against the New York Rangers in NHL action in Madison Square Garden, NY, on Monday, November 28, 2022, at 7:00 PM ET. Given that they finished 28th in the league the previous season, New Jersey’s recent hot streak surprised many. The Devils had a six-point lead over the Islanders going into Sunday in the battle for first place in the Metropolitan Division.
Call all NY Rangers leaders, all five players with an ‘A’ or a ‘C’, it’s time to step up. The Rangers have been treading water, playing .500 hockey, playing down to their opponents, and uncharacteristically blowing leads in the third period. This is something last year’s team, as flawed as they were, would never have done. On paper, this team is better than last year’s, at least pre-deadline. But they certainly haven’t played like it.
NY Rangers Review: The team went 1-2-0 for the week of 11/21/22 to 11/27/22 after getting stumped by John Gibson in Anaheim and then imploding versus Edmonton at home. “We got passive and put on our heels,” captain Jacob Trouba explained after losing to the Oilers. “Right now nobody is in a good mood. It’s obviously not what we want. We want to be a team that can hold on to leads and play good hockey.
The Rangers hopefully hit rock bottom over the weekend, blowing a three goal lead to Edmonton at MSG. Even more concerning than blowing the three goal lead was they thought the first two periods were good. They were not. Igor Shesterkin saved them in the first two. The whole process is bad, starting with the lineup decisions all the way to the play on the ice.
The NY Rangers blow a two-goal lead, losing to the New Jersey Devils by the score of 5-3. This is the Rangers’ third straight loss, while the Devils are on a tear, winning their third straight and 16 of their last 17 games. This game was hard to watch for Rangers fans.
When Zac Jones made his debut under David Quinn in April of 2021, there was quite a bit of buzz around the young defensemen. Fresh out of UMass, Jones came in and was one of the few bright spots at the end of that season, putting up 4 assists in 10 games. Heading into the 2021-2022 season and without looking at some NY Rangers film, I was pretty sure that Jones would stick around. I was a bit surprised he went down to the AHL and stayed there for as long as he did.
Maple Leafs are 20-6 in the last 26 meetings. Favorite is 22-5 in the last 27 meetings. Maple Leafs are 4-0 in the last 4 meetings in Detroit. Devils are 0-4 in the last 4 meetings in New York. Devils are 1-9 in the last 10 meetings. Favorite is 20-8...