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US Navy SEALs are training to fight on land and water in a 'strategic location' near Russia

Hungarian special operations forces and Naval Special Warfare operators test Special Operations Craft-Riverine (SOC-R) capabilities in the Danube River in Budapest, May 5, 2021. US Special Operations Command Europe/Spc. Therese Prats During the first half of May, US and European special operators teamed up for an exercise across Eastern Europe. The drills were meant to test how conventional and special-operations units would work together in a major conflict. See more stories on Insider...
Tags: UK, Navy, Navy Seals, Germany, Iraq, Russia, US, International, Trends, Turkey, Ukraine, Ied, Budapest, Nato, Crimea, Moscow


Rangers: Steven Gerrard and James Tavernier win PFA Scotland awards

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is named the PFA Scotland manager of the year after completing an unbeaten Scottish Premiership campaign.
Tags: News, Scotland, Steven Gerrard, Rangers, James Tavernier, PFA Scotland


20 arrested after Rangers fans march in central Glasgow

Three police reported injured after crowd gathered to celebrate title win despite rising Covid infection ratesThousands of Rangers supporters who marched on Glasgow’s George Square to celebrate their club’s Scottish Premiership win, as the city faces a surge in Covid infections and an extension of lockdown, have been condemned as selfish, irresponsible and endangering lives.Twenty people were arrested and police said three officers had been injured as the crowd became increasingly disorderly dur...
Tags: Scotland, UK News, Rangers, Glasgow, George Square, COVID


Twenty arrested after Rangers fans march in central Glasgow

Three police reported injured after crowd gathered to celebrate title win despite rising Covid infection ratesThousands of Rangers supporters who marched on Glasgow’s George Square to celebrate their club’s Scottish Premiership win, as the city faces a surge in Covid infections and an extension of lockdown, have been condemned as selfish, irresponsible and endangering lives.Twenty people were arrested and police said three officers had been injured as the crowd became increasingly disorderly dur...
Tags: Scotland, UK News, Rangers, Glasgow, George Square, COVID


Scotland's papers: Rangers crowd 'chaos' and nuclear safety alerts

Trouble flaring as Rangers fans celebrated their club's title win and nuclear base safety alerts make Scotland's front pages.
Tags: News, Scotland, Rangers


Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen, Livingston, Hibernian

Rangers midfielder picks up football writers' award, Aberdeen to release experienced defender...
Tags: News, Aberdeen, Rangers, Rangers Celtic Aberdeen Livingston Hibernian


20 arrests made as Rangers fans’ title party turns violent

Glasgow (AFP) – Three police officers were injured and more than 20 arrests made after Rangers fans packed into the streets of Glasgow on Saturday to celebrate winning the Scottish Premiership with an unbeaten record.... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Rangers, Glasgow, Afp


The New York Rangers Could Use Pekka Rinne

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, So I watched as Pekka Rinne, the estimable 38-year-old Nashville goaltender, took a victory lap around his home ice to a standing ovation following the May 10 shutout of Carolina in his 683rd — and perhaps, last — game for the franchise. And all I was thinking was: This is the way Henrik Lundqvist deserved to go out as a Ranger — with cheers and gratitude ringing in his ears from the adoring Garden faithful, and not with the anticlimactic buyout...
Tags: New York Post, Sport, Rangers, Nashville, New York Rangers, Henrik Lundqvist, Rinne, Carolina, Blueshirts, Pekka Rinne, Larry Brooks, Chris Drury, Igor Shesterkin, Alexandar Georgiev


Rangers: Steven Gerrard expects 'next few days to be messy' after lifting Scottish title

Steven Gerrard says Rangers has "grabbed" him and is a club "like very few in the world" after his side lifted the Scottish Premiership trophy.
Tags: News, Steven Gerrard, Rangers


Celtic’s Scott Brown aims parting shot at Steven Gerrard’s Rangers: ‘We went proper invincible’

 Departing Celtic icon Scott Brown lined out for the Bhoys for the final time this afternoon, and couldn’t help but make use of the opportunity to aim a parting shot at rivals Rangers. Light Blues rampant Steven Gerrard’s Gers have of course enjoyed a historic campaign in the Scottish top-flight.Amid a rare down season for Celtic, the Ibrox outfit took full advantage, en route to a first league title in a decade.Not only that, but Rangers did it in style, racking up 102 points, on the back of a ...
Tags: Sport, Aberdeen, Soccer, Chelsea, West Ham United, Celtic, Steven Gerrard, Scott Brown, Brighton, Rangers, Parkhead, Leicester City, Gers, Brown, Hove Albion, Bhoys


Rangers 4-0 Aberdeen: Steven Gerrard's side lift 55th Scottish league trophy in record style

Rangers end the Scottish Premiership season unbeaten with a comfortable win over Aberdeen as they officially lift the Scottish title for the 55th time.
Tags: News, Aberdeen, Steven Gerrard, Rangers


TSN Insiders Tonight

Gerard Gallant is Canada's head coach for the upcoming World Hockey Championships, but could there be an opportunity for him to get back behind an NHL bench? The Oilers have a number of players becoming free-agents this summer, so how close are they to locking up some of their blueliners? TSN Hockey Insiders Darren Dreger and Frank Seravalli discuss this and more. Watch at TSN and/or read the transcrpt of the show, here is part of it... Is Gerard Gallant being considered for a f...
Tags: Sport, Canada, Rangers, Latvia, NHL, New York Rangers, Oilers, TSN, Gerard Gallant, Team Canada, Frank Seravalli, Darren Dreger, Chris Drury, TSN Hockey, Vegas Golden Knights, ImageDarren Dreger


Livingston 0-3 Rangers: Champions win to stay unbeaten in Scottish Premiership

Steven Gerrard urges his Rangers players to "leave a legacy" by completing an unbeaten league season.
Tags: Football, Steven Gerrard, Rangers, Livingston


Rangers eye unbeaten league season after Livingston rout

Glasgow (AFP) – Steven Gerrard challenged his Rangers side to “leave a legacy” after a 3-0 win at Livingston on Wednesday left the Scottish Premiership champions on the brink of an unbeaten league season. James Tavernier scored his 19th goal of the season from the penalty spot before Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi were on target at the Tony Macaroni Arena. Rangers have gone 37 top-flight games without defeat so far this season, piling up 99 points along the way. They now need only a draw to take them...
Tags: Sport, Aberdeen, Soccer, Chelsea, Celtic, Steven Gerrard, Scott Brown, Celtic Park, Rangers, Glasgow, Jose Mourinho, Ibrox, Edinburgh, Gerrard, Hamilton, Hibernian


Report- David Quinn Done In New York

BREAKING: Rangers have dismissed David Quinn, Post has learned. Assistants other than Benoit Allaire also let go by Drury. Search will begin immediately. — Larry Brooks (@NYP_Brooksie) May 12, 2021
Tags: New York, Sport, Rangers, David Quinn, Larry Brooks, Benoit Allaire, David Quinn Post, Drury Search


Is Jack Eichel A Missing Piece For The New York Rangers?

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, I don’t believe the Rangers have any intention of replacing Mika Zibanejad with Jack Eichel next season. It is possible they could add Eichel, whose relationship with the Sabres represents a case study of next-level dysfunction, but no one should make that assumption, either. The Blueshirts need to import a veteran leader with a track record of NHL team success. There was a reason, former GM Neil Smith said back in the day, that he traded for Oi...
Tags: New York Post, Sport, Rangers, NHL, New York Rangers, Oilers, Sabres, Jack Eichel, Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider, Jacob Trouba, Blueshirts, Eichel, Larry Brooks, Neil Smith


Kemar Roofe: Four-match ban for Rangers forward stands after appeal

Rangers' appeal against a four-match European ban for forward Kemar Roofe has been unsuccessful.
Tags: News, Rangers, Kemar Roofe


Lowland League to decide on admitting Celtic and Rangers B teams

A meeting of all Lowland League clubs will decide on Monday if they wish to allow 'B' teams from Rangers and Celtic into the league.
Tags: Football, Rangers, Lowland League


Finger blisters are recurring issue for Angels’ Alex Cobb

Drew Butera (16) of the Angels hugs pitcher Raisel Iglesias (32) after they defeated the Dodgers 2-1 in a game at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on Sunday, May 9, 2021. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) Gavin Lux (9) of the Dodgers takes a tumble as David Fletcher (22) of the Angels heads to third base after an error on the throw to second from catcher Will Smith (16) in the 8th innning in a game at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on Sunday, May 9, 2021. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orang...
Tags: Boston, Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Rangers, Mlb, Will Smith, Houston, Rays, Suarez, Red Sox, Los Angeles Angels, Iglesias, Alexander, Anaheim


Does David Quinn Stay Or Go?

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, ...unfair as this might be, it will not be about whether Quinn deserves another chance off past performance and this time with a roster that is expected to be fortified with players who have attributes he has coveted throughout his tenure. And though Quinn is as fine and compassionate an individual you would ever hope to know and the Rangers would ever have behind the bench, it is not about that either. It simply will be about whether Drury has ...
Tags: New York Post, Colorado, Sport, Gm, Rangers, Quinn, NHL, Penn, Bruce Boudreau, Stanley Cups, Patrick Roy, Mike Babcock, Gerard Gallant, Tortorella, Drury, David Quinn


SWPL: Glasgow City beat Rangers to go five clear at top

Glasgow City are five points clear at the top of the SWPL as Priscila Chinchilla's double saw off title rivals Rangers.
Tags: News, Rangers, Glasgow City, Priscila Chinchilla


Player Safety Talk

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, Lost in the uproar created by the enfeebled Department of Player Safety’s failure to suspend Wilson, along came another example of inexplicable leniency from Parros’ office, which gave teh Flyers’ Shayne Gostisbehere just a two-game sentence for his cross-check that sent the Penguins’ Mark Friedman into the end boards after the Pittsburgh winger had scored an empty-net goal. The puck was in the net. The play was over. Friedman began to swing awa...
Tags: New York Post, Sport, Rangers, NHL, Pittsburgh, Wilson, Shayne Gostisbehere, Friedman, Larry Brooks, Stephen Walkom, Parros, Penguins Mark Friedman, Dale Hunter Pierre Turgeon


Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian, St Mirren, Ross County

Scottish FA hit back at Rangers claims over Colts teams, Israeli clubs keen on Celtic utility man, Aberdeen eye return for defender...
Tags: News, Aberdeen, Celtic, Rangers, Colts


All Things New York Rangers

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, This wasn’t about the state of the rebuild. This was about the state of the Rangers union. And Jim Dolan, the Executive Chairman of Madison Square Garden Sports Corp., was not comfortable with it. So he acted. Decisively. “I saw a weakness in the team that was not being addressed and I knew it needed to be,” Dolan told The Post during a telephone interview on Thursday in explaining why he dismissed president John Davidson and general manager Jef...
Tags: Post, New York Post, Sport, Rangers, New York Rangers, Jeff, Jeff Gorton, Dolan, John Davidson, Larry Brooks, Chris Drury, Neil Best, Jim Dolan, Madison Square Garden Sports Corp, Newsday Continue


Fighting in the N.H.L. Reveals Few, if Any, Winners

When the Rangers and the Capitals dropped their gloves to settle a score, the old-school spectacle was greeted with disgust, nostalgia...
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The New York Rangers Have Been Fined $250K

NEW YORK (May 6, 2021) – The National Hockey League announced today that the New York Rangers have been fined $250,000 for their public comments on Tuesday, May 4. “Public comments of the nature issued by the Rangers that were personal in nature and demeaning of a League executive will not be tolerated,” said NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman. “While we don’t expect our Clubs to agree with every decision rendered by the Department of Player Safety, the extent to which the Rangers expressed their...
Tags: New York, Sport, Rangers, NHL, National Hockey League, New York Rangers, Gary Bettman, League, George Parros


Pavel Buchnevich suspended one game for high-sticking Anthony Mantha

The NHL's Department of Player Safety suspended Rangers forward Pavel Buchnevich one game for high-sticking Anthony Mantha, Thursday...
Tags: Rangers, NHL, Anthony Mantha, Pavel Buchnevich


New York Rangers introduce Chris Drury, dismiss speculation

At Chris Drury's introductory news conference, Rangers adviser Glen Sather said that the firings of Jeff Gorton and John Davidson had...
Tags: Rangers, New York Rangers, Jeff Gorton, Glen Sather, John Davidson, Chris Drury


Capitals' Tom Wilson leaves game against Rangers early with injury after first period brawls; fans speculate

Washington Capitals strongman Tom Wilson left Wednesday night’s game against the New York Rangers after a volatile first period that...
Tags: Rangers, New York Rangers, Washington Capitals, Tom Wilson


Huge brawl mars hockey game as controversy continues between Rangers and Capitals

There were six fights in the opening period of the New York Rangers' clash with the Washington Capitals game on Wednesday night as a controversy between the two sides rumbled on.
Tags: Washington, Cnn, Rangers, New York Rangers