Andersson on unconditional waivers for termination of contract.
#Grit meets #Science!
You gotta adore any player who uses #family. Of course, that was the Rangers' motto for the playoffs this year - but really, when you spend so much time around the same group of guys, that's what a team becomes.
Antti Raanta is officially back with the Rangers, and considering how good a fit he was with the team, this is cause to celebrate! We're just as happy to have him back as he is to be here.
So the Rangers season ended much earlier than any of us would have liked. And it means that, for the first time in a while, Chris Kreider won't be playing hockey on (or around) his birthday.
Which just so happens to be today! While he isn't playing, still, a very happy birthday to everyone's favorite goalie killer. Let's celebrate with something a bit more lighthearted: that K-pop video that's still in his Twitter bio, even after an entire season.
There are worse things to watch when the Rangers aren't in the playoffs, after all.
Ryan Gropp - who the Rangers selected 41st overall in the 2015 draft - really came through for his junior team last night. He assisted on the Seattle Thunderbirds' game winning goal in double OT to complete the sweep over the Kelowna Rockets and head to the Western Hockey League final.
Gropp scored 70 points in 66 regular season games with Seattle; in the playoffs, he now has five points - three goals and two assists - through six games.