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OK, so it happened earlier today and was buried by other news, but the Chicago Blackhawks unceremoniously traded Kyle Beach to the New York Rangers for Brandon Mashinter .
You hate to say an 82-game season that stretches from October to April can be defined by nine games in December.
Recently, the New York Rangers have alternated wins and losses. Following a win against the Buffalo Sabres , one would think the next game is going to be a loss, right? Not so fast.
Stop me if you have heard this before: The New York Rangers have recalled J.T. Miller from their AHL affiliate.
Word has just come across the wire that the Blackhawks have moved Kyle Beach to the New Rangers for Brandon Mashinter .
As the 2013-14 NHL season was progressing, it became quite clear that New York Rangers All-Star goaltender Henrik Lundqvist had his mind distracted by the uncertainty of his future than the game at hand.
Folks in the Big Apple have to be psyched about the turnaround of much-maligned New York Rangers forward Brad Richards .
If you take a look at the last two games for the New York Rangers , the importance of Rick Nash to the team is evident.
All season long, the Rangers have danced around the .500 mark. In the final game before the team begins a nine-game homestand, the Rangers picked up a crucial two points on the road against Buffalo, and got back above the hump, improving their record to 15-14.
Welcome once again into the Ted Darling Memorial Press Box, where the Buffalo Sabres hit the ice after a long layoff since their 1-0 overtime loss last Saturday night.
The Sabres are coming off one of their longest stretches of the year without a game as the Rangers come to town.
The Winnipeg Jets will try to pick up another win on what has so far been a successful road trip when they visit the sliding Florida Panthers for Thursday's clash at the BB&T Center.
The time for the New York Rangers to establish consistency is now. It needs to start Thursday night against the Buffalo Sabres , the worst team - at least record-wise - in the NHL with 14 points.
Dec 2, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Winnipeg Jets center Olli Jokinen high fives the bench after scoring his second goal during the third period against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.
In the course of a few hours, the Rangers made Lundqvist, 31, the highest-paid goaltender in the National Hockey League, and coach Alain Vigneault handed him his starting job back.
Unlike some coaches, Alain Vigneault simmers in public before reaching a full boil, making his point, then lowering the temperature.