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Twisting, shouting & punch-ups - Motherwell's explosive play-off win over Rangers revisited

Five years to the day, BBC Scotland looks back at the explosive Premiership play-off of 2015 between Motherwell and Rangers.
Tags: News, Scotland, Bbc, Motherwell, Rangers


Motherwell humble Rangers in Premiership play-off - five years on

Five years to the day, BBC Scotland looks back at the explosive Premiership play-off of 2015 between Motherwell and Rangers.
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NHL Rumors: Oilers, Rangers, Sabres, Phase 3, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, Edmonton’s Connor McDavid spoke about the process of the players voting for the 24-team play-in and how it specifically affected the Oilers. Why did the team vote for the format despite it not being in their favor? One of the teams out as a result of that vote was the Buffalo Sabres whose season ended. Rasmus Ristolainen of the Sabres told media that he assumes he’ll be traded now. And, as a member of one of the seven teams that didn’t make the play-ins or the pl...
Tags: New York Post, Sport, Rangers, Buffalo, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, New York Rangers, Edmonton Oilers, Oilers, Buffalo Sabres, Athletic, Connor McDavid, Sabres, Davidson, Ristolainen


Goalie competition to force big decision for Rangers vs. Hurricanes

David Quinn has a big choice to make ahead of their series against Carolina.
Tags: News, Sports, Rangers, David Quinn


Today in Hockey History: May 29

May 29 has proven to be a very eventful date in the history of the National Hockey League. The greatest player to ever play shattering the dreams of one the Original Six franchises was just one of many Stanley Cup playoff moments to occur on this date. The Great One Breaks Hearts in Toronto The 1993 Campbell Conference Final between the Los Angeles Kings and Toronto Maple Leafs was one of the most memorable playoff series of the decade. The seven-game series had a little bit of everythin...
Tags: Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Canada, Kings, Rangers, Lightning, Nashville, Ohio, Roy, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Detroit


Rangers win Scottish trebles on this day in 1993 & 1999

Watch Rangers clinch the fifth and sixth domestic trebles in their history in 1993 and 1999, respectively.
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Henrik Lundqvist Deserves One Last Shot

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, I don’t know whether Henrik Lundqvist can reclaim the No. 1 job in nets from Igor Shesterkin when (and if) the Rangers reconvene at some point late next month or in early July. But I do know that David Quinn and the coaching staff would be making a mistake if they enter camp with minds that closed in the middle of March in the aftermath of the NHL hitting the pause button due to coronavirus concerns. And I also know that The King, given what...
Tags: New York Post, Sport, Rangers, NHL, Henrik Lundqvist, Jordan Martinook, Carolina, David Quinn, Larry Brooks, Igor Shesterkin, Shesterkin, Alex Georgiev


Ianis Hagi makes permanent Rangers move

London (AFP) – Ianis Hagi, the son of former Romania great Gheorge Hagi, has signed a long-term contract at Ibrox, the Scottish Premiership side announced Wednesday. The 21-year-old attacker had been on loan at Ibrox... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Romania, Rangers, Afp, Ianis Hagi, Gheorge Hagi


Ianis Hagi: Rangers sign Genk winger on permanent deal after loan

Rangers complete the permanent signing of RKC Genk winger Ianis Hagi, who spent three months on loan at Ibrox last season.
Tags: News, Rangers, Ibrox, Ianis Hagi, RKC Genk


St. Louis Blues: 5 Fifth-Round Targets

The fifth round is the last round of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft where the St. Louis Blues will have still have picks, with the 147th and the 154th selections. The club can expect to finish strong, given the depth of this draft class. The last real late-round pick that worked out for the team was Sammy Blais, selected in the sixth round in 2014. Here are five players who fall within the 146-157 range of the THW rankings that the Blues should target with their late-round picks. 1. RW Hayden ...
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2020 NHL Draft: Reviewing First Round Mock Scenarios for Teams

The mocking is done — at least for the first round. Now it’s on to the real challenge — my annual seven-round mocks. But, first, let’s review the first round to determine a consensus of sorts based on the 10 scenarios presented in this mock series. There's no hockey being played so our Prospect & NHL Draft experts are focusing on what comes next. Check out the latest profiles and features in our 2020 NHL Draft Guide https://t.co/xVdNH9l1TQ #THW #NHL #NHLDraft #2020NHLDraft— The Hock...
Tags: Florida, Sweden, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Canada, New Jersey, Blues, Rangers, Dallas, Nashville, Ncaa, San Jose


Today in Hockey History, May 27

There have been a lot of National Hockey League memories throughout the years on May 27. A storybook championship run continued, back-to-back champions were crowned with multiple records being broken along the way. Matteau Becomes A Folk Hero Stephane Matteau began the 1993-94 season with the Chicago Blackhawks and ended it becoming a playoff legend for the New York Rangers. Matteau was acquired by the Rangers just before the NHL trade deadline, along with Brian Noonan, in exchange for T...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, New Jersey, Broadway, Kings, Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, Ducks, Calgary, National Hockey League


Top 10 NHL Jerseys Discussion Nourishes ‘Social Closeness-ing’

Social distancing, huh? That’s a good one… and nothing new. As a young boy and teenager, our family lost our dad and my sister. Then, in the blink of an eye, the rest of my brothers and sisters were out of the house, doing grown-up things. I also said goodbye to friends who moved away. But on the fortunate side, I developed life-long friends who I consider brothers and sisters to this day. And here I sit in Hawaii (6,000 miles away from where I grew up in Marlboro, Mass., my very own socia...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Colorado, Navy, Washington, Wikipedia, Germany, Boston, Massachusetts, Toronto, San Francisco, Sport, Noah, Chicago, Dave, Hawaii


Winners and Losers of the Proposed 24-Team Playoff Format

The NHL has joined other sports leagues in attempting a return to play by moving forward with a 24-team playoff proposal to continue the 2019-20 season. NHL commissioner Gary Bettman (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File) Due to scheduling issues, the remainder of the regular season will be dismissed, and an expanded playoff format will be implemented to accommodate teams that were still in the hunt for a playoff berth. This expanded format will benefit some teams but could hurt others. ...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Atlantic, Rangers, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Pacific, Columbus, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Islanders, Commentary, Minnesota Wild


Ianis Hagi: Rangers sign Romanian winger on permanent deal, according to Genk

Rangers complete a permanent deal for KRC Genk winger Ianis Hagi, the Belgian club say.
Tags: News, Rangers, Genk, Ianis Hagi, KRC Genk


Top 10 NHL Lines

The Three Musketeers. David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. The Marx Brothers. History is filled with trios that are simply great together. And that’s definitely true in the NHL. Hockey lines have been labeled as far back as the 1920s when Bun Cook, Frank Boucher and Bill Cook formed the Rangers’ A-Line which was the train line that ran right underneath their home rink, Madison Square Garden. The naming of lines had its heyday in the 1950s and 60s but has since waned; one ...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Chicago, Wings, Canada, Rangers, Clarke, Nashville, Philadelphia, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Buffalo, Hockey, NHL, Jackson, Montreal


Today in Hockey History: May 25

May 25 is one of the most memorable days in National Hockey League history. Not only was a bold prediction made true, but three Stanley Cup champions were crowned as well. Messier Backs Up His Guarantee “We will win tonight.” That was the famous quote from New York Rangers captain Mark Messier prior to Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final against the New Jersey Devils. On May 25, 1994, he backed up his bold prediction and led his team to the 4-2 road win to force a seventh and final ga...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Bill Clinton, Rangers, Roy, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Calgary Flames, San Jose Sharks, Ducks, Denver, National Hockey League, Tampa Bay Lightning


Ianis Hagi: Rangers closing in on permanent deal for Romanian winger

Rangers and Genk are closing in on an agreement for the permanent transfer of winger Ianis Hagi, the Belgian club say.
Tags: News, Rangers, Genk, Ianis Hagi


Scottish Gossip: Hearts, Budge, SPFL, Rangers, Aberdeen, Ross County

Scottish football could do down to one division this year, and Rangers face battle to sign Ross County youngster.
Tags: News, Rangers, Ross County, Hearts Budge SPFL Rangers Aberdeen Ross County


NHL Rumors: Red Wings, Canucks, Oilers, Lightning, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Detroit Red Wings and who they might be targeting in free agency. In Vancouver, the Canucks might be making big blue line changes. In Edmonton, the rumored trade with the New York Rangers and Oilers isn’t necessarily a slam dunk and in Tampa, why the Lightning voted “no” to the 24-team playoff format is revealed. Red Wings List of Possible Free Agency Targets Detroit News’ Ted Kulfan listed a number of proposed forward options for the R...
Tags: Florida, Colorado, Sport, Wings, Rangers, Nashville, Vancouver, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton, Tampa, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Michael Russo, Andersson


Mike Gartner: Revisiting a True Hall of Fame Career

Right winger Mike Gartner played 19 seasons in the National Hockey League. He scored at least 30 goals in 17 of those 19 campaigns. This phenomenal feat is an NHL record that seemingly only Alexander Ovechkin will ever be able to break. Such production out of a player is rarely ever seen. In fact, on Mar. 26, 1994, Gartner – who was playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs at the time – became the first player in NHL history to score 30 or more goals in 15 straight seasons. Ovechkin recently equa...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Washington, Toronto, Sport, Gartner, Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Archives, Hall of Fame, New York Rangers, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs


1991-92 Rangers: Prelude to a Stanley Cup

Before there was the spring of 1994, there was 1991-92. The New York Rangers’ rise to Stanley Cup-drought busters didn’t happen overnight. For hopeful fans at the outset of the 1990s, however, it might have seemed that way for one season. That wasn’t the long-awaited 1993-94 championship campaign; instead, it was that ’91-’92 Blueshirts squad that, while failing to win it all, laid the template and developed the confident mindset for the Rangers to capture their first Cup in 54 years two s...
Tags: New York, Wikipedia, Sport, Gartner, Rangers, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, New York Rangers, Stanley Cup, Chicago Blackhawks, Pittsburgh, New Jersey Devils, Neilson, Boston Bruins, Edmonton Oilers


Rangers Need Panarin to Succeed Where Nash & Gaborik Failed

The New York Rangers should be ecstatic with the way winger Artemi Panarin has played so far this season. He was brought in as a dynamic offensive player but he has been even better than expected. This isn’t the first time New York has made a move to acquire a star winger. They signed Marian Gaborik in free agency in 2009. While he was excellent during the regular season, he failed to have the same success in the postseason in his tenure with the Blueshirts. Related: Mark Messier – NHL Leg...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Sport, Kings, Rangers, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota Wild, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Montreal Canadiens, Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals


Memorial Day Weekend Heats Up, Draws Crowds To Folsom Lake For Socially Distant Holiday

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — At Beal’s Point along Folsom Lake, all eyes are on the crowds gathering at the beach. On top of watching the water, both lifeguards and law enforcement are now tasked during Memorial Day weekend with keeping tabs on people required to stay six feet apart. “This is kind of what we signed up for,” said Barry Smith, chief ranger with California State Parks. Smith said once they got the go-ahead to reopen for what he calls their “super bowl weekend” for state parks, they had to ...
Tags: News, Holidays, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Memorial Day, Davis, Rangers, Smith, Folsom Lake, Memorial Day Weekend, Sacramento County Sheriff s Department, Barry Smith, Beals Point, Roseville Galleria Mall


What You Can Do This Weekend In Sacramento

Shopping Roseville Galleria – The mall will be limiting the number of customers allowed inside, and hours will be modified from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. more Arden Fair Mall – Arden Fair will not be open this weekend, although some stores are offering curbside pick-up. more Dining Out Sacramento County is allowing restaurants to offer inside dining, starting on Friday. While some are starting right away, others are waiting. Check our list of ...
Tags: Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Memorial Day, Rangers, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Department, American River, WHEATLAND, Roseville Galleria, Paradise Beach, Sacramento News, Sacramento County Regional Parks, Department of Regional Parks


Helicopter Sunday: Rangers' last-gasp triumph, 15 years on

Fifteen years on, some of those involved recall an incredible climax to the Scottish Premier League season.
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Today in Hockey History: May 21

Two of the greatest dynasties National Hockey League history hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup on this date. May 21 has also seen some big individual performances and final games for future Hall of Famers. A Pair of Dynastic Wins On May 21, 1979, the Montreal Canadiens won their fourth straight Stanly Cup and their sixth of the 1970s. Jacques Lemaire scores a pair of goals in the second period, including the game-winner, in the 4-1 victory over the New York Rangers, in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup...
Tags: Boston, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Chicago, Canada, Kings, Rangers, Roy, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Detroit, San Jose Sharks, National Hockey League, New York Rangers


Scottish gossip: SPFL, Rangers, Celtic, Hearts, Hibs, Dundee Utd, O'Donnell, Rodgers

Scottish football to ask government for 10 June training return and Rangers face competition for teenage striker.
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How hypothetical Sharks-Alexandar Georgiev trade would fill huge need

The Rangers have a surplus of goalies, and that's the position where the Sharks need help most.
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Flames’ Worst 1st-Round Draft Picks Since 2000

Over the last 20 years, the Calgary Flames have been an okay team, with some very good seasons and some flat-out bad ones. They made the Stanley Cup Final in 2004 but were defeated by the Tampa Bay Lightning. Since then, they have tried to make it back but without success. Much of that has to do with their drafting. Though they have had some good picks over the years, they have also had some very bad selections. Here are the worst first round-picks they have made in the last 20 years. Tim Er...
Tags: Sport, Austria, Rangers, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Globe, Calgary Flames, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, British Columbia, Junior, Calgary, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Irving