Tag Archives: New York Rangers

Blast from the Past: Rick Nash

Blast From The Past: Rick Nash

Justin Bonhard | May 20th, 2020

The first overall selection in the 2002 National Hockey League Entry Draft by the Columbus Blue Jackets is our topic of conversation, left winger Rick Nash. What came after that selection, would be a marvelous career, stretching 15 NHL seasons for three franchises. Continue reading

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Blast from the Past: Mike Richter

Blast From The Past: Mike Richter

Dale Money | May 14th, 2020

Considered by many observers, as arguably the greatest American goaltender to don a pair of pads, Mike Richter is one of the special players who was able to stay with one NHL team his entire career. A native of Abington, Pennsylvania, Richter grew up a fan of former Philadelphia Flyers goalie Bernie Parent. Due to his mesmerizing playing style, Richter would blossom into a popular player among young hockey fans during his prime NHL years. His Statue of Liberty mask is still one of the most iconic designs.

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NHL DFS Ice Picks February 9th, 2020

Joel Dorcas | February 9th, 2020

It’s safe to say our featured games for our previous article didn’t pan out as expected. Edmonton and Philly failed to meet expectations on home ice, but we are not here to pout, it’s on to the next slate. Sunday has a few afternoon games on the docket but my focus will be on the 6:00 pm eastern tilt between the L.A. Kings and the New York Rangers as well as the Chicago Blackhawks visiting the Winnipeg Jets which is set to start at 7:00 eastern. Time to make your Sunday even better, time for some Ice Picks! Continue reading

NHL DFS Ice Picks January 31st, 2020

Joel Dorcas | January 31st, 2020

A decent slate awaits us for this Friday, January 31st. Tonight the focus will be squarely on a couple of home teams in advantageous spots. The Pittsburgh Penguins host the Philadelphia Flyers while the New York Rangers host the Detroit Red Wings. Get out your pens and pads to make some notes, it’s time for some Ice Picks! Continue reading

New York Rangers All-Decade Team

Nick Jehamy| January 7th, 2020

We have hit 2020 and with the turn of the new decade, we here at The Scorecrow are putting together our All-Decade teams for each franchise. So who made the All-Decade team for the New York Rangers? Let’s take a look. Continue reading

What each NHL team is wishing for in the New Year

Nick Jehamy | January 1st, 2020

Happy New Year to all! With the new year and new decade here and the season just about halfway over, let’s take a look at what each team is wishing for in the new year as the second half of the season commences. Continue reading

NHL DFS DraftKings Ice Picks December 12th, 2019

Joel Dorcas | December 12th, 2019

Another 12 game slate awaits us for Thursday, December 12th. The headlines continue to be dominated by coaches being fired as yet another one got dismissed this week. Jim Montgomery was relieved of coaching duties by the Dallas Stars. A bit of a surprise considering the Stars are playing better over the last month. We will have to monitor how these teams fair with their new bosses going forward. For tonight it’s Columbus at Pittsburgh, Winnipeg at Detroit in the second leg of their home-and-home, and the New York Rangers continuing their west coast swing in San Jose. Let’s break it down and make some Ice Picks! Continue reading

NHL DFS DraftKings Ice Picks October 17th, 2019

Joel Dorcas | October 17th, 2019

Welcome in to another edition of Ice Picks. A nice nine-gamer on tap for us tonight. The slate has been trimmed down here to three games, Boston and Tampa are also on my radar but isn’t featured. (We should have some exposure to that game too as they are arguably the best two teams in the East). Teams with the best match-ups are as follows: Vegas at home to the Senators, Calgary home to the Red Wings and the Rangers at the bottom feeders, the New Jersey Devils. Let’s go for a skate and make some Ice Picks. 

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Five For Thought: The Regular Season Continues

Carson Babbini | October 9th, 2019

Welcome to the second edition of Five For Thought! With an exciting first week of the season now in the books, we look ahead to the second week of the season and what to look forward to!

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John Davidson Resigns from Columbus Blue Jackets, Named President of New York Rangers

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Carson Babbini | May 18th, 2019

The New York Rangers have found their replacement for their longtime president Glen Sather yesterday, as the team announced that John Davidson will be the next team president. The move comes after Davidson resigned from the same position with the Columbus Blue Jackets early Friday.

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Metropolitan Division Post Deadline Review

Joel Dorcas | March 4th, 2019

Two surprise teams sit atop the top three spots in the Metropolitan Division, the New York Islanders and the Carolina Hurricanes with the Washington Capitals right there at the top with them. The Pittsburgh Penguins are just a single point away from third and the Columbus Blue Jackets are three points away with a game in hand on each of them.  The Philadelphia Flyers are now slipping away, they are seven points back from playoff contention. The New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils round out the division and have been out of the playoff picture for a good portion of the season. Let’s go over each team’s situation for the rest of this season and beyond. Continue reading

Columbus Blue Jackets Acquire Keith Kinkaid, Adam McQuaid In Separate Deals

Carson Babbini | February 25th, 2019

The Columbus Blue Jackets continue to make huge splashes in the trade market as the team announced today that they have acquired goaltender Keith Kinkaid from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for a 2022 fifth round pick. Also today, the Blue Jackets acquired defenseman Adam McQuaid from the New York Rangers in exchange for defenseman Julius Bergman, a 2019 fourth-round pick, and a 2019 seventh round pick.

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Winnipeg Jets Continue to Soar, Acquire Kevin Hayes From New York

Jordan Leandre | February 25th, 2019

It didn’t take too long after everyone rolled out of their beds on Monday morning for the Winnipeg Jets to add to their offensive core. The Jets acquired Kevin Hayes from the New York Rangers in exchange for a 2019 first-round pick, another conditional fourth-round pick, and Brendan Lemieux.

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Dallas Stars Shine Brighter With Two Newest Acquisitions

Jordan Leandre | February 24th, 2019

People were wondering what the Stars’ approach would be at the deadline, as they are deadlocked with Colorado as the first seed in the Western Conference Wild Card race.

They answered that question yesterday by making an under-the-radar trade with the New York Rangers, acquiring nine-year veteran winger Mats Zuccarello in exchange for a conditional second-round pick in 2019, and a conditional third in 2020.

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Blackhawks Trade Raddysh

James Hicks III | February 21st, 2019

The Chicago Blackhawks have made a trade with the New York Rangers. While it may seem like an interesting one, Darren Raddysh was traded from the AHL Rockford IceHogs to the Hartford Wolf Pack for Peter Holland.

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Rangers and Kings far away from Stanley Cup finals from 5 years back

Filip Canda | February 4th, 2019

Tonight, we will see one special game in the NHL. The New York Rangers are hosting the Los Angeles Kings at the Madison Square Garden. At first glance, you would maybe think, that it’s not an attractive game at all. You would be probably right. Both the Rangers and the Kings are far away from the playoff contention. However, they played together in the Stanley Cup finals from five years back. Those times seem to be long forgotten by both fanbases.

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NHL DFS DraftKings Ice Picks January 29th, 2019

Joel Dorcas | January 29th, 2019

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The NHL is finally back in action. The schedule has been very light with only two games played last night. Tonight we have just three games to break down, so every game is in play. The Jets/Bruins has the chance of being a high event game, followed by Flyers/Rangers and Sabres/Blue Jackets to round out the card. Let’s get to it!

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Does Panarin want out of Columbus? Looking at possible destinations

Filip Canda | January 29th, 2019

Trying to solve Artemi Panarin‘s future, that has been a very tough task for the Columbus Blue Jackets ever since the last season. Panarin is set to become an unrestricted free agent in July later this year. Now it seems improbable that he will be re-signing with the Blue Jackets.

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Breaking: Rick Nash Calls it Quits

Jeremy Guerin | January 11th, 2019

15-year veteran Rick Nash has retired following concerns over concussion issues. Nash was drafted first overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.

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Can Alex Ovechkin be Reunited with the Stanley Cup?

Justin Bonhard | December 15th, 2018

We all saw the celebration of Alex Ovechkin after winning his holy grail, the Stanley Cup. It can probably be safely said, that it never left his side unless it was in the hands of a teammate. Also having another huge first in his life, this time becoming a father, Ovechkin has had an incredible 2018.

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NHL Eastern Conference Breakdown

Givanni Damico | December 9th, 2018

In my opinion, the Eastern Conference is the more exciting conference of the two in the National Hockey League. I am going to be highlighting a player or an exciting line from each team to watch out for as you get your fill of hockey this year.

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