Recent News

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman Address’ Concussions

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has once again stated that there is not enough data yet to draw conclusions about the link between sports-related concussions and long-term brain degeneration. Bettman criticized the news media for “misconceptions that have been repeatedly promoted," according to the letter obtained by the New York Times.

Rangers Sign RFA F Marek Hrivik

The Rangers have signed the last of their remaining restricted free agents, Marek Hrivik.

Newest Ranger Acquisitions Assigned Jersey Numbers

Official jersey numbers have been assigned to several of the Ranger's newest acquisitions.

Maxim Lapierre to Attend Rangers Training Camp

Veteran forward Maxim Lapierre will attend training camp with the NYR on a PTO.

Prize of NYR Offseason Unavailable Until Mid-August

The Rangers will be in the mix for college sensation Jimmy Vesey, who would cap off nice offseason for GM Gorton.

New York Rangers Sign Defenseman Sergey Zborovskiy

The New York Rangers have signed defenseman Sergey Zborovskiy on an entry-level contract, the teams General manager Jeff Gorton announced on Tuesday. Zborovskiy was the team's third-round draft pick in 2015.

Dominic Moore Hosts 5th Annual Smashfest

Each summer for the past five years, NHL players past and present have gathered in Toronto to show off their table tennis skills in a charity tournament called Smashfest, hosted by Dominic Moore. Smashfest raised money that’s going to The Katie Moore Foundation and The Steve Moore Foundation.

NHL to Live Stream Games on Twitter

Twitter today announced it will live stream weekly out-of-market games from Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Hockey League (NHL®). 120 Sports, the OTT network, will also produce an exclusive, nightly multi-sports highlights show called 'The Rally', the first show of its kind to be streamed live on Twitter.

Josh Jooris Discusses Move to Rangers

Josh Jooris, one of the most recent Ranger acquisitions, discusses himself and his move to New York.

Kevin Hayes Agreed to Terms with New York Rangers

Forward Kevin Hayes agreed to terms with the New York Rangers on Friday. Terms of the contract were not released by the Rangers, however according to General Fanager, its for two years and has an average annual value of $2.6 million