Rangers Win and Post Game Thoughts

The Rangers kicked off their European trip with a solid 2-0 victory over Prague. Aided by second period goals from Artem Anisimov and Ruslan Fedotenko, the team was led by the strong play of Martin Biron who played very well in earning a shutout victory. According to beat writer Jim Cerny Biron made several impressive saves throughout. Given the lack…

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Rangers, Prospect and Whale Puck Talk (Part Two)

Earlier this week, we ran the first part of our most recent Q&A with Brian Ring of the CT Whale who has kindly taken time out to discuss a whole array of things with us such as the Whale, Rangers’ prospects and his candidates for breakout performers in the future. Today we have the second part of the Q&A. Today’s…

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Musings: Return Of The King, Real Scouting Reports, & More

That title is my highly inflated ego talking, but all jest aside – I haven’t been around on the site much recently but I’m back now and it’s a Musings day! Time to throw my random thoughts at you before I throw the mike over to the Suit; yes – it’s a double barrelled Musings (gasp!). So the Rangers apparently…

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Musings: Return Of The King, Real Scouting Reports, & More

That title is my highly inflated ego talking, but all jest aside – I haven’t been around on the site much recently but I’m back now and it’s a Musings day! Time to throw my random thoughts at you before I throw the mike over to the Suit; yes – it’s a double barrelled Musings (gasp!). So the Rangers apparently…

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HF: Rangers “Loaded” In Juniors

The Rangers upper management sure has been busy this month.  In all, the Rangers have signed six prospects out of the Canadian Juniors, with only one eligible player (Dan Maggio) remaining unsigned.  Leslie Treff at HockeysFuture took an in-depth look at the nine prospects that the Rangers had in juniors, which includes the six signed and three unsigned (including Maggio)….

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Scott Stajcer Press Release

Here’s the press release for the Scott Stajcer signing: RANGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH GOALTENDER SCOTT STAJCER New York, May 20, 2011 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with goaltender Scott Stajcer. Stajcer, 19, will participate in the 2011 CHL Memorial Cup in Mississauga, Ontario, after capturing…

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Rangers Sign Scott Stajcer?

As per CapGeek, the Rangers have agreed to terms with 2009 5th round pick Scott Stajcer, goalie from the Owen Sound Attack.  The signing itself isn’t a surprise, but the fact that it hasn’t been reported yet is a bit of a surprise.  Stajcer had an injury filled season this year, but he has been progressing nicely after working with…

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Stajcer Watches OHL Victory From Stands

Despite being part of a the Ontario hockey league championship victory and having the Memorial Cup tournament coming up next, it hasn’t been a great end to the season – on a personal note – for Scott Stajcer. Stajcer’s future professional career and last few weeks in junior have been affected by the musical chairs being played in the Owen…

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Stajcer Benched in OHL Finals

After losing the first two games of the OHL finals, Scott Stajcer’s Owen Sound Attack have shown some resiliency over the past two games as they have come back to tie up the series 2 each. The two teams head into a huge game five tonight in Mississauga. Unfortunately for Stajcer it appears that he has taken some of the…

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Stajcer in Game 2 Finals Loss

Special teams were the undoing of Scott Stajcer’s Owen Sound Attack in game 2 of the OHL finals Thursday night. Having lost the first game of the finals, Owen Sound lost 6-2 to Mississauga, primarily on the back of the St Mike’s Majors going 4 from 8 on the power play. Any time a team scores that often on the…

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