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Rangers Score Two In Third For Win

Posted by Ace Staff on October 30th, 2008

The New York Rangers won their fourth straight game on Thursday night with a 3-2 win over the Atlanta Thrashers. Now at 10-2-1 on the year, the Rangers are off to one of the best starts in team history. Goalie Henrik Lundqvist was sharp once again, stopping 27 shots for his league leading 8th win of the year.  The Rangers got goals from Markus Naslund, Nikolai Zherdev, and Dan Girardi. The Rangers will be looking for their 5th straight win when they play the Maple Leafs in Toronto on Saturday night. They return to Madison Square Garden on 11/4 to host the rival New York Islanders. Upcoming Rangers Schedule: Rangers at Maple Leafs 11/1 Rangers vs Islanders 11/4 Rangers vs Lightning 11/6 Rangers vs Oilers 11/10 New York Rangers Tickets & Schedule

Rangers Beat Islanders; Start 9-2

Posted by Ace Staff on October 28th, 2008

The New York Rangers remain one of the hottest teams in the NHL with a 9-2 record to start the year. They earned that 9th win last night in a win over the rival New York Islanders by a 4-2 score. Rangers’ captain, Chris Drury got his first two goals of the year while Henrik Lundqvist earned another win between the pipes with 28 saves. Ryan Callahan and Scott Gomez each added a goal for the Rangers. The Rangers haven’t won 9 out of 12 games since the 1983-84 season. The Rangers will face the Atlanta Thrashers in their next game on 10/30. New York Rangers tickets are available for this and all 2008-2009 games. Upcoming Rangers Schedule: Rangers vs Thrasher 10/30 Rangers at Maple Leafs 11/1 Rangers vs Islanders 11/4 Full New York Rangers Schedule

Rangers Open NHL Season With Win

Posted by Ace Staff on October 5th, 2008

The NHL opened its 2008-2009 season in Prague, Czech Republic on Saturday with the New York Rangers playing the Tampa Bay Lightning. The two teams will also play on Sunday 10/5. The opening game went to the New York Rangers 2-1 on Saturday. The Rangers got goals from Markus Naslund and Brandon Dubinsky. This season marks the second year in a row that the NHL has opened in Europe. This years games in the Czech Republic were expected to have extra appeal with Jaromir Jagr as a member of the New York Rangers. However Jagr was not signed by the Rangers or any NHL team this year and instead opted to sign in Russia. After Sunday’s second game in Prague against the Lightning, the Rangers will get a few days off before returning to Madison Square Garden on Friday to hose the Chicago Blackhawks. New York Rangers Tickets NHL Hockey Tickets

Jagr Leaves Rangers, NHL For Russia

Posted by Ace Staff on July 4th, 2008

Unwilling to accept one year offers from several NHL teams, including the New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins and the Edmonton Oilers, Jaromir Jagr has signed a deal to play for the Russian League team Avangard Omsk. The deal is for two years with an option for a third year and will pay Jagr about $7 million tax free per year. The move wasn’t easy for Jagr.”It was the toughest decision in my life, hockeywise. … No question about it. I hate making changes,” Jagr told The Canadian Press. Rangers GM, Glen Sather wanted to bring Jagr back for another year, but grew tired of waiting for a response from Jagr’s camp. In the meantime Sather sealed Jagr’s fate with New York by signing free agent Markus Naslund away from the Vancouver Canucks. New York Rangers Tickets

NHL Off-Season News – Free Agent Signings

Posted by Ace Staff on July 2nd, 2008

Forget about summer, it’s free-agent signing season in the NHL. Over the past few days, rumors have been flying around about what market will land the big names out there like Jaromir Jagr and Mats Sundin. Sundin was reportedly offered a 2-year, $20 million dollar contract from the Vancouver Canucks, a deal that would make him the leagues highest paid player. “We put a major offer together to try and attract the player we felt was the best center iceman on the market,” said Canucks GM Mark Gillis. “It’s an indication we are prepared to do what it takes to attract the best players here.” The big signing of today was by far the Detroit Red Wings landing Marian Hossa to a one-year deal worth reportedly $7.45 million dollars. The high-scoring wingman was one of the top players who propelled the Pittsburgh Penguins to the Stanley Cup finals, which they lost to Detroit in six games. Hossa is 29 years old. The Chicago Blackhawks made two big signings landing probably the top defensemen on the market in Brian Campbell as well as goalie Cristobal Huet. Campbell signed an eight-year $57.12 million dollar deal and Huet inked a four-year contract worth $22.5 million. The two other big defensemen to reach deals Tuesday were Michal Rozsival and Wade Redden, who both signed with the New York Rangers. Rozsival re-signed with the Rangers for a four-year contract worth $20 million while Redden signs a six-year, $39 million dollar deal after skating with Ottawa last season. Defensemen Jeff Finger, formerly of the Colorado Avalanche, signed a four-year $14 million dollar deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Dallas landed forward Sean Avery to a four-year, $15.5 million dollar deal. “We are excited about the opportunity to add a player like Sean Avery to our group,” Stars co-general manager Brett Hull said. “His ability to play the game with skill and tenacity makes us a better team and is a great complement to the players we have here.” The Washington Capitals will say goodbye to longtime goalie Olie Kolzig after he signed a one-year deal with the Tampa Bay Lightning after spending 16 seasons in Washington. The New Jersey Devils got their hands in the mix of the free agent pool by signing Brian Rolston and Bobby Holik to contracts. Rolston agreed to a four-year, $20 million dollar deal while Holik signed a one-year contract worth $2.5 million dollars. The New York Islanders made a little noise by singing Montreal’s former defensemen Mark Streit to a five-year $20.5 million dollar contract while the Boston Bruins also signed a former Canadien in Michael Ryder to a multi-year deal. With the NHL salary cap rising up this season, teams have not been shy about dishing out the money to lure top free-agents to their squads. Over the next two weeks, look for almost every free agent out there to receive offers from teams trying to help the players find a new place they can call home.

NHL Round 2 Playoff Matchups

Posted by Ace Staff on April 23rd, 2008

After some enthralling game 7′s the 1st round of the 2008 NHL Playoffs is now complete. 2nd round matchups are now set and NHL Playoff tickets are now available for all games. Eastern Conference Montreal Canadiens vs Philadelphia Flyers: Both teams played a hard fought 7 game series in round 1. After getting off to a 3-1 game lead over the Boston Bruins the Canadiens were forced to play game 7 at home. The Habs shutout the Bruins 5-0 in that deciding game to advance. The Flyers won game 7 in overtime against the Washington Capitals. Canadiens Playoff Tickets Flyers Playoff Tickets Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Rangers: The Penguins made quick work of the Senators in round 1, sweeping Ottawa in four straight. The New York Rangers also had a quick 1st round, eliminating the Devils in 5 games. Penguins Playoff Tickets Rangers Playoff Tickets Western Conference Colorado Avalanche vs Detroit Red Wings: The Avalanche needed 6 games to get past The Wild in round 1. Colorado will face the Red Wings in round 2. Detroit also had a 6 game 1st round series disposing of the Nashville Predators. Avalanche Playoff Tickets Red Wings Playoff Tickets Dallas Stars vs San Jose Sharks: The Stars needed 6 games to eliminate the Anaheim Ducks in round 1. They will face the San Jose Sharks in the 2nd round. The Sharks are coming off an exciting 7 game series with the Calgary Flames. Stars Playoff Tickets Sharks Playoff Tickets

NHL Eastern Conference Playoff Matchups

Posted by Ace Staff on April 7th, 2008

The NHL Playoff Matchups are set.  The eight top teams in the Eastern Conference are ready to fight for the chance to raise Lord Stanley’s Cup. 1. Montreal Canadiens vs 8. Boston Bruins The Canadiens have owned the Bruins  recently, sweeping the 8-game season series by a margin of 44-16, and winning the last 11 total games.  The B’s will be getting Patrice Bergeron back in time for game one, which comes at the same time as the Canadiens suffering some pre-playoff injuries.  This may be the edge they need to keep this series competitive. 2. Pittsburgh Penguins vs 7. Ottawa Senators The tag team of Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby face off against the faltering Senators.  The former Eastern Conference 1st place team has come up lame recently, but is still nearly the same team that made it to the Stanley Cup final a year ago, and went 15-2 to start the year. The Pens are still the heavy favorites in this series. 3. Washington Capitals vs 6. Philadelphia Flyers The Washington Capitals were essentially dead in the water at midseason.  Alexander Ovechkin led the Caps back into playoff contention, winning nine of the last ten games and locking up the number three seed in the Eastern Conference. The Flyers finished dead last in the East least year.  This year they have been consistent throughoutall season, gaining a number six seed.  The Flyers’ chances looked a bit better against the Hurricanes, who blew their playoff spot in the waning days of the season.  The Caps are the early favorites in this matchup. 4. New Jersey Devils vs 5. New York Rangers Formidable goaltenders Martin Brodeur and Henrik Lundqvist meet up in this Tri-State series.  The Rangers have had more offensive firepower as of late, but the Devils’ D has been solid in the stretch.  Look for low scores and exhausted top lines in this series.  The Rangers hope that Chris Drury will provide some playoff magic, while the Devils look to season finale hero Patrik Elias to provide an advantage in the shootout. The NHL Eastern Conference Playoffs are about to start!

Rangers Beat Bruins in Shootout

Posted by Ace Staff on March 9th, 2008

The New York Rangers bested the Boston Bruins in a shootout in an intense matchup at Madison Square Garden today. The two teams have been tied for the 6th seed in the playoffs for over a week now. Today’s win put the Rangers 1 point ahead of the Bruins for the 6th seed. Despite some nice scoring chances on both sides, goaltending was the story today. Alex Auld stopped 34 shots from the Rangers, only giving up a goal in the shootout. Henrik Lundqvist got his 8th shutout of the year with 27 saves. Nigel Dawes was the difference in the game for the Rangers, scoring on New York’s 2nd attempt in the shootout. The Bruins will return home on March 13 to host the Tampa Bay Lightning. Bruins tickets are available for this and all remaining Bruins games. New York will play its next three on the road. Stay tuned for info on New York Rangers playoff tickets.

Bruins Continue Win Streak

Posted by Ace Staff on March 1st, 2008

The Boston Bruins are on a tear.  Their Saturday matinee win over the Atlanta Thrashers was their 6th straight.  The B’s have used this streak to close the gap between themselves and the recently struggling Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators.  Currently the Bruins sit in 6th place, tied with the surging New York Rangers.  Phil Kessel showed his shootout prowess again, scoring the game winner for the black and gold. Monday night the Bruins will match up against the Washington Capitals on the road.

Rangers Win 3rd Straight, Playoffs Likely

Posted by Ace Staff on February 29th, 2008

The New York Rangers extended their win streak to 3 last night with a 4-2 win over the Hurricanes. The win was also their 6th in 8 games. The Rangers who have been playing great hockey of late kept pace with the Boston Bruins who were winners over the Penguins last night. The Rangers and Bruins are tied with 74 points each, but the Bruins hold the 6th playoff spot with the Rangers coming in at 7. With a tight race in the East, the Rangers have improved their focus and intensity over the last 2 weeks. After being picked by many to win the Eastern Conference, the Rangers now just want to make sure they make the playoffs.