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Former Rangers player Carol Vadnais dead at 68

When Carol Vadnais came to the Rangers from Boston in the blockbuster Phil Esposito trade on Nov. 7, 1975, the Blueshirts acquired what former teammate Dave Maloney on Sunday called a “consummate pro.” Rangers Rss Article only

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NY Rangers sign prized prospect Kevin Hayes out of Boston College

The Chicago Blackhawks’ loss is the Rangers’ gain. Kevin Hayes, 22, an imposing right wing out of Boston College, agreed to terms with the Blueshirts as a free agent on Wednesday. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers Insider: Big summer for potential UFAs

For a short while it appeared Brian Boyle’s short-handed sniper shot past Jonathan Quick would propel the Blueshirts back to New York and keep their improbable Stanley Cup run alive. Days later, it seemed more likely that the goal could be final memorable moment as a Ranger for the versatile center and winger. Rangers Rss […]

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Leonard: Ryan ready to lead way for Rangers

Ryan McDonagh said Monday at breakup day in Greenburgh that the Rangers’ winning dynamic this season came together “naturally,” which is to say, it came naturally to him. There is nothing natural about forming a championship culture. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers buy out Brad Richards’ contract to free up salary cap space

The Blueshirts used their second and final compliance buyout on the contract of Brad Richards on Friday, splitting reluctantly from a respected veteran to alleviate salary cap concerns. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers release 2014-15 schedule, will open season on road at Blues

Alec Martinez’s double-overtime game-winner past Henrik Lundqvist is still fresh in the minds of Rangers faithful, but the team and its fans can now officially look ahead toward next year. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers’ Dominic Moore wins NHL’s Masterton Trophy

This one was for Katie. Rangers forward Dominic Moore took home the Bill Masterton Trophy at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas on Tuesday, awarded to the player who ‘best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.’ Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers GM Glen Sather playing some hard puck

Rangers GM Glen Sather is hamstrung simply trying to re-sign key pending Rangers free agents, and he sees two primary reasons why: The NHL’s 2014-15 salary cap ceiling is lower than anticipated at $ 69 million, and he feels the team’s successful season has emboldened players to ask for more cash. Rangers Rss Article only

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NY Rangers feel squeeze of cap

The Rangers’ annual, week-long development camp will get underway Monday in Greenburgh, with most of their 2014 draft picks and several top prospects scrimmaging for the front office. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers set to lose Boyle, Pouliot, Stralman to free agency

Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman spent Sunday night offloading three NHL player salaries in three separate trades with the Edmonton Oilers, the Arizona ‘Don’t Call Us Phoenix’ Coyotes, and the Anaheim Ducks. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers sign three, but Stralman, Boyle and Pouliot are gone

Cash-strapped Rangers GM Glen Sather lost a chunk of his Stanley Cup Final roster to free agency when the market opened Tuesday afternoon, but he also re-signed center Dominic Moore and retooled by adding a pair of veteran free agents in defenseman Dan Boyle and grinder Tanner Glass. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers have void at center after Richards buyout, Brian Boyle departure

The Rangers have lost five key contributors from last season’s Eastern Conference championship team through trade, buyout or free agency, including two capable centers in Brad Richards and Brian Boyle, even if Boyle played left wing most of last season. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers’ Brassard, Zuccarello and Kreider elect salary arbitration

Rangers restricted free agents and top-six forwards Derick Brassard, Mats Zuccarello and Chris Kreider all elected salary arbitration prior to the Saturday afternoon NHL deadline, affording themselves a safety net for next season as they negotiate re-signing with the Blueshirts’ front office. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers’ Boyle still looks to carry load

Dan Boyle has led his team in minutes played the past 11 NHL seasons, and even if the Rangers aren’t planning to lean on the veteran defenseman as heavily, it certainly sounds like he’s going to try and change their minds. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers sign veteran forward Matthew Lombardi

Cash-strapped and desperate for depth at center, the Rangers on Wednesday inked veteran forward Matthew Lombardi, 32, who has played 536 career NHL games over parts of nine seasons for five separate franchises. Rangers Rss Article only

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