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Rangers Acquire Ryan Sproul from Red Wings for Matt Puempel

The New York Rangers followed up their win over the Nashville Predators this morning with news from the trade block. The Rangers acquire defenseman Ryan Sproul from the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for forward Matt Puempel. Rangers Acquire Defenseman Ryan Sproul from Red Wings for Matt Puempel Matt Puempel was drafted in 2011 by the Ottawa Senators. During 52 games in Ottawa, Puempel earned only six points. The New York Rangers acquired Puempel in November of last season when they claimed him off waivers from the Senators. Last year he played 27 games with the Rangers amassing nine points including six goals and...

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Los Angeles Kings Center Jeff Carter to Miss Multiple Weeks

Despite a riveting 5-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens in Los Angeles last night, the Los Angeles Kings are suffering a loss of a different kind. Center Jeff Carter will be out multiple weeks after being cut by a skate. The injury appeared to occur when he was hit by Jeff Petry along the boards in the Montreal end of the rink, late in the first period. After going to the dressing room at intermission, he did not return. Los Angeles Kings Center Jeff Carter to Miss Multiple Weeks Late in the first period, Carter was checked into the boards...

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New York Rangers Trade History: Best and Worst Trades of All-Time

The History of Trade is a mini series going through each team’s best and worst trades of all time. Each team has their own history and some may cross over, but the series will try to stick to each team. This article will focus on the New York Rangers trade history, finding the best and worst of all time. The New York Rangers, an original six hockey club founded in 1926, certainly have a long history of trade transactions. The Rangers trades have run the gamet from inspiring to idiotic. In recent history, there’s been more bad than good, who...

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New York Rangers Roster Rocked By Early Disappointment

The New York Rangers glittering off-season moves have proven unimpressive throughout the first three games of regular season. Now, with even more changes emerging, the Blueshirts future is anything but certain. New York Rangers Roster Rocked By Early Disappointment Only three games into the regular season and Alain Vigneault and the Rangers coaching staff are running into major snags. The Rangers lost their home opener to the Colorado Avalanche 4-2 then followed that up with an 8-5 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Despite their 2-0 shutout win against the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday, the Rangers are clearly desperate...

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New York Rangers Welcome First Rounder Filip Chytil to Roster

during a preseason game at the Wells Fargo Center on September 26, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Pre-season is over for the New York Rangers and regular season looms in the near future. For many cut from camp, this is a disappointing reality but for Filip Chytil, it’s an historic win. Czech Republic-born Chytil was the 21st pick overall from this year’s draft. Born 10 days shy of the Sept.15th, 1999 the 2017 draft cutoff date, the 18-year-old’s talent has carried him through training camp with flying colors. Chytil will lace up his skates as part of the Rangers roster this...

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