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Apologies for the delay on this one, as the news came a while ago. Cleaning house continues for the Rangers, as Scott Arniel and Daryl Williams were both let go. Arniel has been with the Rangers since Alain Vigneault took over for the 2013-2014 season. Arniel was largely in charge of the powerplay and the forwards.

Williams joined the Rangers one year after Arniel, leaving Vancouver to do so. Arniel and Williams were AV’s top two assistants.

Lindy Ruff remains with the team.

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Apr
09

Thoughts on the firing of Alain Vigneault

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In case you missed it, and if you did I’m not sure how, the Rangers fired head coach Alain Vigneault last Saturday night. It was a move that was expected, but I don’t think any of us expected it to happen so soon. After all, it happened at 11pm on a Saturday night, just five hours after the 2017-2018 season ended for the Rangers. It was a sign that AV was gone from the get-go, and was coaching for his next job once the rebuild was announced. As always, I have some thoughts.

1. First things first, AV’s firing was long overdue. Personally, I think he should have been fired after last year’s playoff debacle against Ottawa. He was no longer a coach that was going to drive this team forward. There are many reasons why he needed to go, but the overall summary is that he was a square peg in a round hole.

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Apr
09

Rumor: Rangers to sign Ilya Kovalchuk

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Per Igor Eronko, the Rangers are set to sign Ilya Kovalchuk to a 2-3 year deal. This comes a little out of left field, as there was always chatter but nothing concrete regarding Kovalchuk and the Rangers. The soon-to-be 35 year old winger has played the last five years in the KHL after finding a way out of his disastrous contract in New Jersey.

Before going to the KHL, Kovalchuk was a legit sniper in the NHL, averaging a point a game with one of the more lethal wrist shots we’ve seen. He was a prime talent. At 35 he’s unlikely going to be that dominant, but there’s a chance he will still be useful. I hate the idea of a multi-year deal for a 35 year old though.

Also, what’s the point of this in a rebuild? If the Blueshirts were looking for a fast turnaround, then trading Ryan McDonagh was silly. The Rangers are trying to pull a Yankees, and that probably won’t go as well as it did in the Bronx. Unless the plan is to spin him at next year’s deadline, I’m not a fan.

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Apr
07

Rangers fire Alain Vigneault

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The Rangers have fired head coach Alain Vigneault. This is an expected move, with the organization heading in a completely different direction than the coach. GM Jeff Gorton was non-committal on AV when the rebuild announcement was made, and this confirms that AV is not in the future plans.

Despite his issues in the past two seasons, AV leaves the Rangers as one of the most successful coaches in team history. He led the team to a Stanley Cup Final and an Eastern Conference Final in back to back seasons. He wasn’t the right coach anymore, and if not for some bad luck in 2015, may have a Stanley Cup on his resume.

The coaching search begins now.

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Apr
07

Game 82: Fin

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The Rangers are in Philadelphia this afternoon to take on the Flyers in what will be the final game of the season. Not just the regular season, the whole season. The game isn’t meaningless though, as there are two storylines here that the Rangers are well aware of.

First is draft position. If they lose in regulation, they could possibly drop from 9th to 7th if Chicago beats Winnipeg and Edmonton beats Vancouver.

The other storyline is poetic justice. If the Rangers win in regulation and Florida gets two points, then the Panthers/Bruins game, rescheduled for 4/8 after a blizzard, will occur. If the Panthers win that, then the Flyers are out and the Cats are in. Revenge for 2010 sounds fine to me.

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steven fogarty

For tonight’s finale, the Rangers have recalled forwards Matt Beleskey and Steven Fogarty. They will play this afternoon against the Flyers.

Beleskey was acquired as part of the Rick Nash trade. The Bruins signed him to a big contract after his breakout year with Anaheim three seasons ago, where he scored 22 goals. He never lived up to that hype, and the Rangers took on half the contract ($1.9 million cap hit for the next two seasons). He’s a fourth liner at best.

Fogarty, the Blueshirts’ third round pick in 2011, is finally getting his first shot at the NHL. The 24 year old center is known for his defensive and faceoff ability, and won’t exactly wow you with his offensive play. He’s another fourth liner.

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Apr
05

Game 81: #FuelTheTank

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Tonight the Rangers are in Brooklyn to take on the Isles in a battle of the tank. Well, it’s funny. The Islanders bought at the deadline –sorta– and couldn’t win to save their lives. The Rangers sold at the deadline and can’t lose to save their lives. It’s kinda funny, yet kinda sad.

But here’s the important thing: An Isles win in regulation moves them ahead of the Rangers in the standings. I can’t root for the Isles, but I can be less irritated by a loss to the Isles with that caveat. I know, I’m playing Switzerland here. Fully admitting it.

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jimmy vesey

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Jimmy Vesey is an interesting player for the Rangers. A highly sought after college free agent, the former third round pick chose to come to New York after refusing to sign with Nashville. Vesey broke out in his junior year in Harvard, and used that leverage to select his destination.

I mention this only because that hype plays into how he is perceived across the league, especially by fans. That hype, coupled with a pair of seasons where he put up over 15 goals, has only fueled the discussion. Is Jimmy Vesey worth it? Or is he going to become overvalued?

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oliver wahlstrom

As the days and games keep on moving along, it seems the Rangers will pick at tenth overall in the 2018 draft. There are a few other possibilities that make the Rangers either a top-seven or a top-three pick, but it’s getting more and more evident that the Blueshirts will pick at that 10 spot.

Rasmus Dahlin isn’t happening unless the Rangers win the lottery. At tenth overall, that’s about a 3.5% chance of happening. Filip Zadina and Andrei Svechnikov, currently slotted at #2 and #3 respectively, are only an 11.4% chance of happening. Even if the Blueshirts somehow get to 7th overall, that increases their odds to 6.5% (Dahlin) and 20% (top-three). Suffice it to say, we should be preparing to pick at tenth overall.

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Apr
03

Game 80: Spoilers?

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The Rangers are across the river tonight, playing potential spoilers to the Devils. The Devils are five points up with three games remaining, and while almost a sure thing, they haven’t clinched yet. Missing out on two points, combined with the potential of Florida winning their game in hand, closes the gap to three points.

Other than spoilers, there’s not much for the Blueshirts to play for. Enjoy some stress free hockey.

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