New York Rangers Analysis
There’s been quite a lot going on in this series.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs return to Madison Square Garden for the first time in five years, with a familiar foe.
In what has been something of an inevitability for the past few months, the Rangers and Penguins are set to begin their playoff runs with an opening round clash
So far, it looks like Chris Drury pushed all the right buttons at the trade deadline.
The Rangers might have some issues at even strength, but they are elite in a couple of other critical areas, fueling their success.
Some appreciation for Ryan Strome.
There’s a Buchnevich sized hole on the Rangers’ roster, and Meier could help the team at 5v5.
Giroux, if made available, makes a ton of sense for the Rangers.
It’s been over 30 years since a Ranger wearing #12 has been associated with good times on Broadway
Could the Rangers work with their former GM to make a trade with the Habs?
The Rangers’ No. 1 overall pick from 2020 is an important part of the future.
Lundkvist is off to a decent start, and could be more productive if Gallant and the front office make some changes.
Artemiy Panarin is off to a slow start by his lofty standards, but Rangers fans should expect a turnaround.