On Saturday, we learned how the Rangers would open their season. On Sunday, we learned that after facing one of the tougher schedules in hockey a season ago, the schedule makers took it easy on the Rangers for the 2014-15 season, which can be viewed in its entirety here.
Some other notes and points of interest from the schedule:
After playing their first 2 games on the road, the Rangers get their next 13 of 17 at MSG to open up the 2014-15 season.— Evan Sporer (@ev_sporer) June 22, 2014
Longest road trip of the season a five-game span in early March: at Detroit, at Chicago, at NYI, at Washington, at Buffalo.— Evan Sporer (@ev_sporer) June 22, 2014
Ryan Callahan (assuming he re-signs with Tampa) returns to MSG on November 17.— Evan Sporer (@ev_sporer) June 22, 2014
Marty St. Louis goes back to Tampa Bay the day before Thanksgiving.— Andrew Gross (@AGrossRecord) June 22, 2014
The end of the '14-'15 season could also shape up to be very intriguing, as four out of the last five and six out of the last eight games the Rangers play are against teams in the Metro, including two against the Devils and Capitals.