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Rangers Are Toast But How Did My Other Pre-Season Predictions Fare?

Before the season started, I submitted my predictions on “another hockey website,” on which shall go unnamed here. However, with the regular season ending yesterday and given the fact that in my extreme disappointment in the Rangers, I don’t want to discuss yesterday’s game, I figured now would be a good time to see how my predictions panned out. While I may not want to talk much about yesterday’s contest, I would like to say this; how can we allow meaningful games to be decided by shootout? Some may say it’s sour grapes but I’ve felt this way for a long time. The shootout was a novelty at first and it does provide with some excitement in otherwise boring games but to allow ...

Ranger Win Sets Up Final Showdown

It all comes down to this for the Rangers. A season full of ups and even more downs will be defined by the outcome of just one game. Win and they’re in, lose and they clean out their lockers and make tee times at their home town golf courses. As frustrating as this season has been for Rangers fans; as often as we have accepted the mediocrity of the team; and as much as we may have just hoped for a tank job and the resulting high draft pick that would have come with it, now that we are here there isn’t a single Rangers fan that doesn’t want this game more than any other regular season game in recent memory. The last thing that we could stomach would be an elimination loss to the Phi...

New York Rangers interested in Edmonton Oilers’ Sheldon Souray

According to Pierre Lebrun of ESPN, the New York Rangers are very interested in the Edmonton defenseman, who would be willing to waive his no-trade clause to help the Oilers and play in New York. But to make it happen, as Lebrun said, the Rangers would need to create cap room by shedding the contracts of either Michal Rozsival ($5 million cap hit; will earn $4 million next season and $3 million in last year in 2011-12) or Wade Redden ($6.5 million cap hit; four more years left after this season at $6.5 million for 2010-11 and 2011-12 and $5 million per year in 2012-13 and 2013-14). The only real option on Redden is to send him to the AHL and eat his contract. A buyout next summer does...