Lindgren continued to stand out in a positive way
Vatrano, Copp, and Motte were all trade deadline acquisitions that made a big impact on the Rangers. Here’s how it went.
A season filled with lifetime achievements for the 31-year-old veteran.
The backup’s time was ticking for a few years, and after a decent-ish season, the reigning champions found a home for him.
A strong playoff run salvaged what was an up and down season, and showed fans a glimpse of what he can be at his best.
Not quite a Norris repeat but certainly not bad.
The Rangers outgrew Kevin Rooney...and fast.
Miller took great strides forward in sophomore season
Big hits, big price tag... big year?
Gauthier’s development has stalled, but how much of this is truly his fault?
Lafrenière showed promising signs of improvement which should inspire hope for how things will go in year 3.
After years of soft murmurs that the Blueshirts admired Reaves from afar, they went out and acquired him last offseason to add some muscle to their lineup
After winning a pair of Stanley Cups with the Tampa Bay Lightning, Goodrow cashed in on a long term contract and took his talents to the Big Apple
Pretty easy evaluation here.
After arriving in the NHL sooner than most prognosticators expected, Schneider established himself as an everyday player by the time the dust settled on his rookie season
Let’s talk about three depth forwards
Our sweet Bulgarian boy punched in with an inconsistent season filled with ups and downs
The 28 year-old had a season affected by COVID-19.
A recap of a young Rangers’ rookie season
Playing out the final year of his entry level contract, Howden had one final opportunity to prove himself as a legitimate NHL player
He started the season in the AHL, but Di Giuseppe became an unlikely source of stability for the Rangers in the second half.
The Breadman arrived on Broadway and took the City by storm this past season.
After becoming the Blueshirts’ highest draft selection in over 50 years, Kakko flashed talent throughout the season, but had a rough rookie campaign overall.
Could this be the last season report card for the veteran defenseman?
That’s fourth line right winger slash top-pair defender Brendan Smith, thank you very much
After arriving from Winnipeg and signing a $56 million contract with the Rangers, Jacob Trouba’s first season on Broadway left much to be desired
Mason Raymond (ANA) and Calle Andersson (NYR) on unconditional waivers, presumably for mutually agreed termination of contract.— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) November 2, 2016
Mason Raymond (ANA) and Calle Andersson (NYR) on unconditional waivers, presumably for mutually agreed termination of contract.