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Claiming the Presidents’ Trophy and making it to Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals is a solid year by most teams’ standards. For the New York Rangers, it’s still short of their ultimate aspirations. NY will return to the ice this year in hopes of finishing the job they started last season, buoyed once again by world-class goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. With returning standouts Rick Nash, Ryan McDonagh and Marc Staal ready for more in 2016-17, it’s a given that the Rangers will be a tough test for any NHL team this year. Come to world-famous Madison Square Garden and witness NHL action at its best—New York Rangers tickets are on sale now!
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New York Rangers 2016-2017 News and Updates

The New York Rangers finished the regular season in third place in the Metropolitan division of the NHL. They won their last season game against the Detroit Red Wings with an impressive score of 5-2. The New York Rangers are scheduled to play against the Pittsburgh Penguins starting on April 13 in Pittsburgh. Tickets are still up for grabs for the first game of the quarterfinals and start at $57 apiece. If you are looking to catch a game in New York you can see their first big city playoff game on April 19. Tickets start at $175 each and are selling fast, so don’t miss your chance to see all of the fights, aggression and talent live.
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The New York Rangers have returned to their home rink and ended their short two-game losing streak. When they took the ice on March 21st to host the Florida Panthers, the Rangers finished ahead with a final score of 2-4. This victory brings their season record to 41-24-8. Unfortunately, the Rangers do not have a very consistent series of remaining games. The only time they will have any back-to-back home games will be the final three matches of the season. Until then, the Rangers are simply going to have to hold their own on opponents’ rinks. Be sure to get your tickets for March 27th’s match against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

3/18/16 - Weekends are supposed to be fun, but the New York Rangers couldn’t wait for theirs to be over. Losses came at the hands of both the Red Wings and the Penguins. Still, the Rangers are in second place in the Metropolitan Division for a good reason. They were able to rally Wednesday night to overtake the Anaheim Ducks 2-1. The victory wasn’t all rosy, however, as the team and spectators watched Captain Ryan McDonagh get hit in the side of the head with a deflected slap shot. Despite being down for a time, it seems he is all right. The Rangers are back on the ice at Madison Square Garden on Monday, March 21. Get yourself a pair of tickets today!

2/11/16 - The New York Rangers have won their last four games in a row. Their latest victory was a shut out against the Penguins on February 10. The Rangers had an early lead after Kevin Hayes scored eight and a half minutes into the game. After a scoreless second period, Dominic Moore and Jesper Fast scored in the third period to assure the victory. Henrick Lundqvist made an impressive 34 saves to help him get his third shutout this season. The Rangers were also able to shut down the Penguins' Sidney Crosby, who has been hot recently. The Rangers will look to continue their winning streak when they play the Kings on February 12. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $105.

2/4/16 - The New York Rangers came back from behind to beat the Wild 4-2 when they played on February 4. The Wild scored twice in the first period, but the Rangers took control in the second period. Ryan McDonagh and J.T. Miller scored within a minute of one another to tie the game before the fifth minute of the period. Derick Brassard and Chris Kreider ensured the victory with goals in the third period. The Rangers head to Philadelphia to play the Flyers on the 6 and then head home to host the Devils on the 8. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person. Ticket prices start at just $19.

1/28/16 - Rangers fans have been anxiously awaiting news of Rick Nash’s injury, and before Monday’s night match against the Sabres, Coach Alain Vigneault gave the update. It seems that the left winger’s leg injury that occurred during Friday night’s win against the Hurricanes is just a knee bruise. Nash has missed two matches, a 3-0 loss to the Senators on Sunday and a 6-3 victory over the Sabres Monday, but Coach Vigneault gave word that he would likely make his return after the All-Star weekend. The time will hopefully give the entire team some time to rest and recover before heading into February. The New York Rangers will face the Devils on the road this Tuesday, Feb. 2 and the Wild at home on Feb. 4.

1/21/16 - The New York Rangers just cannot gain any form of consistency. For the past 12 games, they have won every other matchup, neither winning nor losing even two consecutive games. Most recently, they were able to beat out the Vancouver Canucks with an overtime score of 2-3. This has brought their season record to 25-16-5. The Rangers currently sit in the number two position for the Metropolitan Division, but all five teams following them are five wins behind or less. There is no question that this race is going to be exciting. Come out January 25th to see if the Rangers will be able to beat the Buffalo Sabres and end their bizarre winning pattern to distance themselves from the competition.

1/14/16 - In preparation for Thursday night’s rivalry game, one NYC newspaper put together a list of the best-ever fights between the New York Rangers and the Islanders. Many long-time Rangers fans will remember fondly the time back in 1985 when George McPhee took on Bob Nystrom—perhaps the best fighter in league history—and won. The feud is as fierce as ever, but Thursday bragging rights go to the Isles who bested their foes 3-1. The Rangers are set to face the Flyers and the Capitals on the road this Saturday and Sunday (Jan. 16 and 17). They will return home to face the Canucks on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Tickets can be yours today for $71 and up.

1/7/16 - Following a 3-0 setback to the league’s hottest team in Florida, the New York Rangers rebounded nicely with a 6-2 clobbering of the Western Conference-best Dallas Stars. After a hot start to the season, NY has had a tough time putting together multiple-win streaks. In fact, their most recent run of consecutive victories came in late November, which makes it all the more surprising that the Rangers are just a point out of second place in the Metropolitan Division. The Capitals remain the class of the East through the first 40 games of 2015-16, but New York can gain on them with a win this Saturday at Madison Square Garden. Get your tickets for Capitals at Rangers from $152!

12/31/15 - The New York Rangers have been doing so well this season, but they have been struggling lately. They are third in the Metropolitan Division, and they are tied with the number two team, but that will not last long if they continue to lose. The Rangers just started a series of away games. Their best opportunity to turn things around may come afterward, when they return to New York for three consecutive home games. It all starts on January 5th when the Rangers host the Dallas Stars. Tickets are already available. You can secure your spot in the stands to cheer the Rangers to their next victory starting at $90.

12/22/15 - What is going on with the New York Rangers? After starting out as the season’s team to beat, they’ve won just three times in the entire month of December. They’ve also allowed five or more goals in five of the last six games, prompting coaches to pull starting goalie Henrik Lundqvist twice. In Sunday’s night game against the Capitals, it seemed at first that the Rangers’ worries might be over. The first period ended with a 3-1 lead, but not much went well for New York after that; the final score was a devastating 7-3 at home. Can the Rangers break free from the slump they’re in? See for yourself this Tuesday, Dec. 22 when they play the Ducks at Madison Square Garden.

12/17/15 - It’s not a great time to be a New York Rangers fan. The struggling team has won just two games out of its last nine, the most recent of which was particularly devastating. The Rangers were on the road to play the Calgary Flames, and they managed to tie the Flames 4 – 4 heading into the final minutes. Unfortunately, they couldn’t fend off their opponents and lost 4 – 5 in overtime. New York will play their next two games on the road against the Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets. After that, they’ll be back at Madison Square Garden to play the Washington Capitals. Don’t miss this exciting matchup! Tickets are $116.

12/10/15 - The New York Rangers managed to avoid adding a third consecutive loss to their record this week by defeating the Ottawa Senators 4 – 1 at home. It was a much needed win for the home team, who lost back to back games against rivals the New York Islanders followed by the mediocre Colorado Avalanche. The Rangers will now embark upon a three game road trip to take on the Vancouver Canucks, Edmonton Oilers, and Calgary flames before returning home for a rematch with the Oilers. They’ll surely need your support after their road trip, so come support the Rangers on Tuesday, December 15 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets start at $71.

12/3/15 - The New York Rangers are somehow still sitting at first place in the Metropolitan Division despite a three-game losing streak over the holiday weekend, only one of which was a close match. They first fell to the Montreal Canadiens 5 – 1. Next, the Boston Bruins shut them down 4 -3 on the road. Finally, the Rangers most recently fell to the Philadelphia Flyers, losing 3 – 0 at home. On Monday, however, the Rangers were able to snap the string of defeats by beating the Carolina Hurricanes 4 -3. Will they be able to keep the ball rolling? Find out when they face New York rivals the Islanders on the road.

11/26/15 - The New York Rangers are looking all but unstoppable heading into the second half of the season. They are currently sitting at a dominating first place in the Metropolitan Division with a formidable 16-3-2 record. In their most recent game, New York showed their defensive prowess by shutting out the Nashville Predators 3 – 0 on Monday. They will face the Montreal Canadiens next, who are coming off of a two-game winning streak after beating the New York Islanders in back to back matchups. Come find out if the Rangers can ice the Canadiens tomorrow night at Madison Square Garden. Tickets to this thrilling showdown currently start as low as $118.

11/19/15 - The New York Rangers are the NHL’s current team to beat; they haven’t lost a game since they played Philadelphia at home on Oct. 24. Currently in the middle of four days of rest, they are looking to extend their nine-game winning streak to ten or eleven before the week is over. After playing the Lightning and the Panthers on the road this Thursday and Saturday (Nov. 19 and 21), the Rangers will return to the Big Apple for a couple games. Monday, Nov. 23, they will take on the Predators at Madison Square Garden. This is sure to be a great matchup between two competitive teams. Get your tickets today for $60 and up.

11/12/15 - The New York Rangers seem to keep their fans and commentators guessing, as a new star player seems to emerge with every game. In a big win against Ottawa this week, left wing Chris Kreider carried the team to a 2-1 victory that ended in a shootout. His list of accomplishments not only includes scoring a goal and saving another, but also coming to the defense of one of his teammates by getting in a fight with one of the opposing players. The Rangers also boasted a Sunday evening win against the Maple Leafs. They have a couple of road games ahead of them this week, including a Nov. 19 appearance against the Lightning and a Saturday match versus the Panthers.

11/5/15 - The state of New York may have been a little subdued after the Mets lost the World Series, but it’s not all bad news. The New York Rangers are at the top of their game right now and are sitting pretty in the No. 1 spot in the Metropolitan Division of the NHL. They are also coming off a huge 5-2 win against the Capitals. The two teams hadn’t met since last season’s Eastern Conference semifinals, when NY also came out victorious. The Rangers are traveling to Colorado to face the Avalanche this Friday, Nov. 6, but will be back at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, Nov. 10 to face the Hurricanes. Tickets are available starting at $51.

10/29/15 - Many thought the New York Rangers were crazy when they gave up Carl Hagelin earlier this year, but it’s proving a solid move. The extra $3 million available for salaries allowed them to pick up players such as newcomer Emerson Emer. While it took him a while to find his stride, he may have had his breakthrough Sunday night when he replaced injured Viktor Stalberg. “It’s tough to see him go out with an injury, but it’s an opportunity for me,” Edem stated Tuesday night. The Rangers are welcoming Toronto to their home ice at Madison Square Garden this Friday, Oct. 30. Tickets are available now with prices that start at $62.

10/22/15 - Despite some complications, many frustrations were resolved for the New York Rangers in Monday night’s win against the Sharks. After beginning the season at 3-0, the following few games got messy as the Rangers tried to fix what was going wrong. Monday’s performance was promising for the team as a whole, but in particular for players such as Mats Zuccarello, Rick Nash and Viktor Stalbert, who all got their first scores of the year. Backup goalie Antti Raanta started in his first game with New York, and seemed a steady presence. On Thursday, Oct. 22, the Rangers will host the Arizona Coyotes at Madison Square Garden. Tickets are on sale now for $48 and up.

10/13/15 - It’s good to be a hockey fan in New York. The New York Rangers are off to an electric start to the season with a perfect 3 – 0 record. They managed to take down the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday and Saturday, winning the matchups 4 – 2 and 5 – 2 respectively. The Rangers will look to add to their winning streak tonight, when they take on the Winnipeg Jets at home at Madison Square Garden. This is sure to be an exciting matchup, so come show the Rangers your support as they seek a fourth victory for their record. Tickets to tonight’s game are limited and start at just $55.

10/8/15 - Thanks to three early goals, the New York Rangers beat the defending champions the Chicago Blackhawks in their season opener on October 7. Oscar Lindberg scored at 1:43 in the first period to get the Rangers on the board early. Chicago equalized later in the period, but then Kevin Klein and Derek Stepan both scored to gain the lead. Goalie Henrik Lundgvist made 32 saves to help out the offense. Chicago was able to get another goal in during the second period, but the Rangers held them off to ensure their victory. The Rangers next head to Columbus to play the Blue Jackets on October 9. You still have a chance to get your tickets, with prices starting at $122.

9/16/15 - They were a tough out in last year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, but ultimately the New York Rangers came up short of the goal they set out to achieve. East coast fans will have to wait at least one more season for their Rangers to hoist the grand prize once again, as the boys in blue prep for another exciting NHL season in 2015-16. NY picked up defensive specialist Jarret Stoll, one key piece they’re hoping will put them over the top in an always-competitive Metropolitan Division. It remains to be seen how great an impact Stoll will have on his new team, but one thing’s for certain: you can get tickets to see the Rangers in preseason competition at great prices today! Check out Devils at Rangers on 9/23 from $6 and up!

2014-2015 Season

5/28/15 - The New York Rangers have had nothing short of an exciting season and the thrill continues as they face off against the Tampa Bay Lightning to contend for the Stanley Cup. On May 26 the Rangers competed for their lives and were successful at pushing their team into game seven against the Lightning. The Rangers got off to a good start, scoring two goals in the first period to match the Lightning’s one point. The second period was dry for both teams, leaving the scoreboard at 2-1 for the Rangers. During the third period is when the Rangers really brought the heat and put five goals into the back of the net for the victory. See if they can perform that well during game seven on May 29 on their home ice. Tickets for that game start at $416.

5/20/15 - After opening with a Game 1 victory at home, the New York Rangers suffered a setback on Monday night versus Tampa Bay. The Lightning struck back in the form of a 6-2 drubbing, evening the Eastern Conference Finals at one game apiece. New York kept things interesting for the first two periods, tying the game 1-1 on a power play goal by Chris Kreider and pulling within 3-2 late in the second period on another PPG from Derek Stephan. Tampa Bay rattled off three straight scores to put the game out of reach late, however, as they stole away home ice advantage with the series heading back to Florida for Game 3. Tickets are on sale now for Amalie Arena! Seats for Wednesday night’s game start at $114, while Game 4 tickets for Friday are available from $143.

5/14/15 - Against all odds, the New York Rangers have pulled off the impossible. The Rangers did not have a pretty start to the second Stanley Cup round, losing half their home games and both their away games, even getting shut out on May 4th. Down 1-3, it looked like the Rangers' season was over. The Washington Capitals only needed to take one more victory and New York needed to win every remaining matchup to advance. Despite the odds, that is exactly what the Rangers did. First, they won by the skin of their teeth in an overtime 1-2 victory on May 8th. Then, the Rangers got their confidence back in a strong four point win on May 10th. Finally, the Rangers took the spot in the semifinals by barely edging out the Capitals in another overtime 1-2 clincher. New York has certainly earned their spot in the top four.

5/6/15 - Locked in a back-and-forth battle with the Capitals in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the New York Rangers find themselves facing a crucial game on Wednesday night. Washington will look to take a 3-1 lead with a win at home in Game 4, whereas New York seeks to even the series at two games apiece with the fifth contest to be played on their home ice. Star goaltender Henrik Lundqvist played an outstanding game for the Rangers, stopping 22 of 23 shots, but did not get the offensive support his team needed to pull out a win. Game 4 is Wednesday at the Verizon Center (tickets start at $90) and Game 5 will be played at Madison Square Garden on Friday night (seats start at $180).

4/28/15 - It took a few extra minutes, but the New York Rangers finally finished off the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 5 of their first-round Stanley Cup Playoff series, with a final score of 2-1. Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist showed why he’s one of the biggest stars in the NHL, stopping 38 of Pittsburgh’s 39 shots on goal. Derek Stephen scored his second goal of the playoffs for New York, putting one in the net just minutes into the first period. The Penguins responded in the second and held the Rangers to a third-period stalemate, sending the game into overtime where Carl Hagelin ultimately scored the winner. New York will move on to face the Washington Capitals in the second round, and tickets are on sale now! Secure your seats, starting at $212 each.

4/20/15 - After dropping Game Two on their home ice over the weekend, the New York Rangers bounced back on Tuesday night with a crucial 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Rangers got it done with stingy defense in Game Three, bottling up the Penguins to limit them to a mere 11 shots on goal through the first two periods. Patric Hornqvist managed Pittsburgh’s lone score on the night, which came late in the third period, ultimately too late to make an impact. The series will remain in Pennsylvania for Game Four on Wednesday night, and tickets are on sale now for all the excitement of live NHL playoff action at the Consol Energy Center! Secure your seats early, because ticket supplies are limited and they’re going fast!

4/14/15 - At the conclusion of the NHL regular season, the New York Rangers stood atop the overall standings, finishing with 113 points ensuring themselves home ice advantage in the postseason. Their first round matchup pits them against the Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins , the final wild card team to sneak into the playoffs at the finish line. The Rangers will enter into the series with confidence, having taken three of four regular season contests versus Pittsburgh. However, in the postseason, everyone starts with a clean slate—can the Penguins turn the tables on their top-ranked opponent? Playoff tickets are on sale now, and you can be a part of all the action at Madison Square Garden for Game One on April 16th for as low as $170!

4/10/15 - The New York Rangers are heading into their final two games of regular season play in the midst of a five game winning streak. Kevin Hayes, Ryan McDonagh, James Sheppard, and Carl Hagelin all scored for the Rangers' 4-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils 4-2 on the 7th. With this win, the Rangers won the Presidents' Trophy for having the most points in the NHL, which is the third time the team has won this trophy. This also means they will have home-ice advantage during the playoffs. They are also first in the Metropolitan Division with two games left. They play the Senators on the 9th for their final home game (tickets starting at $38) and head to Washington D.C. to play the Capitals for their final regular season game (tickets start at $14).

3/26/15 - Even though the Chicago Blackhawks edged out the New York Rangers on March 18, the Rangers are still on the top of the Metropolitan leader board with 46-19 record. Former Ranger player, Brad Richards, was the hero of the game for the Blackhawks on Wednesday. The first and second periods were played well by both teams, but the scoreboard still showed two big goose eggs by they end of the second period and well into the third. As the third period was coming to a close, Richards saw an opportunity for a goal and took it, giving the Blackhawks the 1-0 win against the Rangers. Watch the Rangers try to boost their record when they face off against the Washington Capitals on March 29. Tickets start at $38.

3/17/15 - The New York Rangers are fighting tooth and nail to stay in the number one spot in the Metropolitan division. They are looking good with 44 wins and a mere 17 losses. Boosting their record again, the Rangers were able to defeat the Florida Panthers two goals to one on March 15. The Rangers starting goalie, Henrik Lundqvist, has been out and replaced with Cam Talbot, who has surprised everyone with his incredible performance. He saved 38 goal attempts against the Panthers, which gave their offense the energy and fire they needed to put two goals into the opposing team’s net. They have won the last 14 of 17 games and hope to continue that streak. Watch the excitement live as they face off against the Chicago Blackhawks on March 18. Tickets range from $38-$1091.

3/13/15 - The New York Rangers have been doing incredibly well lately, now up to three consecutive wins. More importantly, after trying for several weeks, the Rangers have finally managed to overtake the New York Islanders for the top of the Metropolitan Division. What's more, they are now in a four-way tie for the top of the entire league, along with the Montreal Canadiens, the Nashville Predators, and the Anaheim Ducks. It is still a very close race as the end of the season approaches, but things are looking up for now. The Rangers will return to their home rink on March 15th to play the Florida Panthers, which is one of just eight home games remaining in the regular season. Tickets are available starting at $109.

3/6/15 - With the season quickly winding down, the race to come out on top of the division is more intense than ever. The New York Rangers still have not managed to overtake the New York Islanders, but they are still right on their trail. The Rangers are two points behind in the Metropolitan Division, three points shy in the Eastern Conference, and only six points behind the top team in the entire league, the Anaheim Ducks. A team as talented as the Rangers could easily close that gap in just a couple games, but they have been having some trouble since they started their five-game away series on March 4th. Disappointingly, the Detroit Red Wings managed to win by a single point. The Rangers will return on March 15th to play the Florida Panthers. Tickets start at $109.

2/25/15 - Having won seven of their last eight games, including five wins on the road, the New York Rangers are making a furious push to overtake their in-state rivals for tops in the Metropolitan Division—and perhaps the Eastern Conference overall. The Rangers followed a 3-1 victory over the Sabres with a hard-fought 4-3 shootout win at home versus Columbus, taking a 1-0 game from the Calgary Flames—a team who is battling hard to reach the postseason—just two nights later. The streak puts New York’s point-total at 80, just two fewer than the Islanders and three behind the East-leading Montreal Canadiens. The Rangers will host the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night, and tickets for Madison Square Garden can be yours for as low as $65!

2/20/15 - The New York Rangers scored a huge win over the Islanders on Monday night, rallying for what seemed like the entire game as they defeated their in-state rivals by a score of 6-5. The Islanders scored twice in the first 12 minutes, and built two-goal leads to start the second and third periods. It would be the Rangers with the final word, however, as they scored three times in the final 15 minutes to steal the win and close within just four points of the Islanders for first place in the division. Over the weekend, the Rangers will try to close the gap with games versus the Canucks and Sabres before returning home to take on the Calgary Flames on Tuesday. Tickets for the Garden are selling for as low as $63—be sure to claim your seats early!

2/13/15 - Mats Zuccarello led the New York Rangers to a critical win on Tuesday, as they prevailed 5-4 over the Toronto Maple Leafs. The win keeps the Rangers within striking distance of the top three in the Metropolitan Division, bringing their point total up to 67 on the season. Zuccarello was the difference maker for New York in their most recent contest, knocking in two goals—including the deciding score in the final minute of regulation—to lift his team to win number 31 this year. The Rangers will continue their four-game road trip on Thursday night in Colorado, moving on to face off with the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday. Great seats are still available at Gila River Arena, with tickets starting at just $35 each!

2/4/15 - New York Rangers fans were certainly ready for their team's series of home games, hoping they would give them the edge they need to catch up in the Metropolitan Division. The Rangers, unfortunately, weren't able to pull off a win for the first game, but they have had better luck since then. First, they blew away the Carolina Hurricanes, when New York nearly shut them out. Rangers goalie, Henrik Lundqvist, managed to stop a whopping 32 shots. Then they welcomed the Florida Panthers with a brutal 3-6 defeat. The Panthers gave the Rangers a run for their money, managing to tie the game up at the end of the second period, but they couldn't score in the final period while the Rangers scored three times. They end their series of home game by playing the Boston Bruins. Tickets are still available for $90.

1/29/15 - On Thursdays (1/29), the New York Rangers kick off four games at home. They begin this stretch facing the Montreal Canadiens. Tickets start at $38. Following that game, on Saturday (1/31) they face the Carolina Hurricanes. After one day off, the Florida Panthers come to town on Monday (2/2). The final game is on Wednesday (2/4), when the Boston Bruins face the Rangers. Tickets are available at Razorgator for all of these games. Madison Square Garden will be hopping with hockey fans every game night. Beat the winter blues when you come out to watch your team play and catch all the action on the ice. There’s no better place to enjoy the game than in the arena with hundreds of other fans cheering the Rangers to victory.

1/21/15 - The New York Rangers have won the last two games and will look to make it a three game winning streak before they start their break for the NHL All Star Weekend. They beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-1 on Friday, Jan. 16, followed by a 5-2 victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins on the 18th. Their victory puts them in a four-team race for the top of the Metropolitan Division, which currently belongs to the New York Islanders. The Rangers are only two points from the second place team, the Penguins, so they have a chance of pulling ahead during the remainder of the season. When the regular season recommences, the Rangers face the New York Islanders on Tuesday, Jan. 27, and tickets are still on sale for this New York rivalry match, starting at $100.

1/15/15 - The New York Rangers five game winning streak ended on Tuesday, Jan. 13, with a 3-0 loss against the New York Islanders, which also ended the 13-1-0 hot streak the Rangers have been on since Dec. 8. Before the third period, starting goalie Henrik Lundqvist was pulled and replaced by Cam Talbot, who made 12 saves. Derek Stepan also had to sit out for the third period due to a shoulder injury. The Rangers will look to reignite their hot streak when they begin a stretch of three road games in a period of four days starting Thursday with the Boston Burins (tickets start at $23), followed by the Columbus Blue Jackets on the 16th (tickets start at $19), and the Pittsburgh Penguins on the 18th (tickets start at $5).

1/9/15 - The New York Rangers may be ranked 4th in the Metropolitan Division, with a 22-11-4 record, but that did not stop them from beating the Anaheim Ducks, who are currently ranked first overall in the league. Rangers' goalie Henrik Lundqvist made 24 saves, only allowing one goal by the Ducks. With Derick Brassard, Rick Nash, Mats Zuccarello and Dominic Moore all providing goals for the Rangers, the team easily took the 4-1 victory. This game was the first of a three-game road trip in California that spans over four days. The Rangers will look to capitalize on this victory and continue their three game winning streak when they face the Los Angeles Kings on Jan. 8th, followed by the San Jose Sharks on the 10th (tickets starting at $59) before returning home to face the New York Islanders on the 13th (tickets starting at $38).

1/1/15 - The New York Rangers eight-game winning streak has ended, with a loss on December 29th against the Dallas Stars. The streak was the longest in 40 years for the team, and it tied with the longest winning streak in the current NHL season. Although J.T. Miller and Kevin Hayes both scored for the Rangers, the team was not able to defeat the Stars, a team that is working hard to make the playoffs despite their 6th place ranking in their division. The 2-3 loss brings the Rangers' record to 19-11-4 for the season, and they are ranked 4th in the Metropolitan Division. They face the Florida Panthers on December 31 for their last game of 2014, before returning home on January 3rd for a game against the Buffalo Sabres. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $38.

12/25/14 - The New York Rangers beat the Carolina Hurricanes 1-0, bringing their record to 17-10-4 for the season so far. The game brings their winning streak to six games, which is the longest they have had in the past three years. This could demonstrate the team is finally finding its rhythm, especially as the winning goal came early in the game. The Rangers were able to hold onto their lead for 56 minutes of play, although they did have a goal disallowed as well. They next meet the Washington Capitals on December 23, which will be sure to be a great match, as the two teams are long time division rivals. After the holiday break, the Rangers will meet the New Jersey Devils at home (tickets starting at $38) before heading on a road trip, starting with the Dallas Stars (tickets start at $10).

12/18/14 - The New York Rangers have been dominating their series of away games. The most recent victory was against the Calgary Flames. After taking a two point lead for the first period, they only added to their lead until the game ended with a landslide win of 5-2. Rick Nash led with two goals, the first of which being unassisted, and Derek Stepan was close behind with one goal and one assist. Despite the Ranger's recent success, they are still fourth in the Metropolitan Division, sitting at 15-10-4. New York will finish their away games when they play the Carolina Hurricanes on the 20th and then they will take on the Hurricanes again immediately on the 21st. You can welcome them back to New York for $38.

12/4/14 - The New York Rangers had their first loss in about a week when they took on the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday. Despite ending their 2 game winning streak, scoring 3 times on a team that is dominating as much as the Lightning is impressive. Even more impressive is that they were able to hold their own until the end of the second quarter, tying the game. Unfortunately, Tampa Bay was able to shut out New York in the final period to bring the final score to 6-3. On the bright side, the Rangers did outshoot the Lighting by 14. This game brings them to 11-9-4 and places them 3rd in the Metropolitan Division. However, they are only one win ahead of the Washington Capitals.

11/26/14 - The New York Rangers shutout the Montreal Canadiens last Sunday with a 5-0 win. The Rangers sit in 3rd place in the Metropolitan Division, with a 9-7-4 record. The Rangers haven’t been the team they were last year when they went to the Stanley Cup playoffs, but they are beginning to show their strengths again. They’ve won the last two games in shutouts and they’re averaging 2.80 goals per game, which puts them in 10th place in the league. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, the Rangers travel to Philadelphia to face the Flyers on Friday, then on Saturday, they come back to Madison Square Garden to host the Flyers. The following Monday, the Rangers play the Tama Bay Lightning on home ice. Purchase your tickets to these great games and get hot seats to watch an exciting game.

11/19/14 - Unfortunately, the New York Rangers just couldn’t get it together on Monday when they lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1. Getting only half as many shots, the Rangers were behind by 2 at the end of the first period. It looked like they might be able to make a comeback when they made a goal 32 seconds into the second period, but they couldn’t keep their momentum. Now at 7-7-4, New York has won just as many as they’ve lost, ranking 4th in Metropolitan Division. On Wednesday, they will be playing against the Philadelphia Flyers who also have 7-7-2. If you’d like to come and watch these two teams fight to gain a positive win/loss ratio, a few tickets are still available for $54.

11/13/14 - The New York Rangers want to get back to the Stanley Cup finals so they can show their fans they can clinch the title. At 4th in the Metropolitan Division, they have some work to do, but the Rangers have the potential to do. They need their fans to cheer them on when they host the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday, November 17, and the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday. You’ll want to get your tickets for these exciting games to help the Rangers get on a winning streak to propel them back into a stronger place. In a special Veteran’s Day game where the Rangers honored members of the military, they gave their fans a great game when they trounced the Pittsburgh Penguins in a 5-0 shutout. Come out to see the Rangers do it again!

11/6/14 - The next week is sure to be an exciting one for the New York Rangers. With a match up at home against the Detroit Red Wings, New York is hoping to improve their current standings to redefine what has been a challenging season. Taking down Detroit will not only bolster the Rangers confidence, but will certainly aid them as they again face off at home against the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday. With that remarkable home advantage, the Rangers are in a prime position to turn the tables and gain on the leaders of their Metropolitan division. With a house full of screaming fans, New York will be more than capable of protecting their territory and climbing up the rankings over the next few weeks. Tickets for the game against Detroit are still available starting at $51 per seat.

10/28/14 - The NHL’s Metropolitan Division is still tightly packed, with seven of the eight teams within four points or fewer from the top, the New york Rangers are scrapping for every point. They had to come back from a 4-2 deficit midway through the third period to knock off Minnesota, 5-4.

The New York Rangers were both surprising and stunning last season. After faltering early on with their rookie head coach, the Big Apple team ranked No. 2 in the Metropolitan Division and stretched their playoff bid all the way to the Stanley Cup Final—the franchise’s first time in 20 years. Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers sent the archrival Flyers, Penguins and Canadiens reeling in the postseason, before suffering a heartbreaking elimination in Game 5 of the of the Final series. New York was the last team in the NHL to succumb to Los Angeles’ relentless forward motion, putting an end to their utterly inspiring campaign. The Rangers now enter the 2014-2015 season with some roster changes, but look promising in their year to defend the Eastern Conference title!

Alain Vigneault was sterling in his debut season, but the head coach will have to work with a slightly shifted squad in NY's upcoming year. The Rangers lost some major players in free agency: Brad Richards, Benoit Pouliot, Derek Dorsett, Brian Boyle and Anton Stralman, but have added defenseman Dan Boyle and forwards Lee Stempniak and Matthew Lombardi to juice up their lineup. The Blueshirts are favorites to enter the postseason—but just how far will they take their campaign this time? Join your Eastern Conference Champions with New York Rangers tickets this year!

The 2014-2015 season has tons of must-see games for Rangerstown. New York opens their season on the road at the St. Louis Blues on Oct. 9, followed by a home opener on Oct. 12 against Toronto. November 11 brings the revenge-hungry Pittsburgh Penguins to Madison Square Garden, and shortly after, Nov.17 sees the return of familiar faces (Ryan Callahan, Boyle and Stralman) on Tampa Bay. Don’t miss out on NY Rangers tickets when they seek vengeance over the Los Angeles Kings on Jan. 8 in a Stanley Cup Final rematch that may have the makings of a 2015 championship preview!

2013-2014 Season

6/9/14- The New York Rangers are looking to get back into the Stanley Cup Final despite being two games down. After all, three of the four opening-round matchups in the Western Conference saw 2-0 series leads blown, and this quick east coast team has Henrik Ludqvist on home ice for Games 3 and 4. It only takes one win to turn the tide in the NHL Playoffs, can the Rangers cut Los Angeles’ lead in half? Buy New York Rangers tickets now and be at the Garden to witness hockey at its best!

6/3/14 – For the first time in 20 years, the New York Rangers are heading to the Stanley Cup Final causing a stir of excitement in the City. Rich in sports history and wealth, it should be no surprise that New York Rangers Stanley Cup Final tickets are averaging $2,885 over three games, double the cost of their opponent. With that, Game 7 tickets in Los Angeles are cheaper than every game to be played at MSG! Furthermore, Game 6 at Madison Square Garden is averaging just $84 less than 2014 Super Bowl tickets had in New Jersey at $3,763. The NY vs. LA series is averaging $2,247 on the secondary market, 62 percent more expensive than the 2013 Stanley Cup Final featuring the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins. The cheapest Stanley Cup Final ticket is $449 (Game 1). Don’t miss out on the first New York vs. Los Angeles postseason professional game since 1981, get your Stanley Cup Final tickets now!

5/26/14 – We witnessed another overtime thriller at Madison Square Garden last night; this time it was the Rangers who came out on top. Martin St. Louis scored at 6:02 in OT on Sunday to give New York a 3-1 series lead. The right wing’s game-winner came on the 20th anniversary of Mark Messier ensuring a win over the New Jersey Devils on the road to the 1994 Stanley Cup championship (the Blueshirts are one win away from earning their first trip to the Stanley Cup Final in 20 years). If NY can’t get it done in Game 5 on the road, the Rangers will try to secure a spot in the Finals in front of a home crowd Thursday (get-n $399). Game 6 New York Rangers tickets are averaging $1165, up 14 percent since the start of the series.

5/20/14 – The Rangers were victorious again in Game 7 punching their ticket to the Eastern Conference Finals following a 2-1 stunner over the Pittsburgh Penguins on the road. They’ll have to play without home-ice again; despite being the higher seed in the series, the Montreal Canadiens get the advantage as they tallied more points in the regular season. New York Rangers tickets over three games averaged $715 once the opponents were determined. The series is averaging $745, $140 more than last year’s East Finals between the Penguins and Bruins. Thus far, New York is up 2-0 and will return home for Game 3 at MSG; if you don’t mind going solo, grab the cheapest ticket for Thursday night for $321 and you’ll get a seat in the 100 level (Baseline).

5/12/14 – We’re headed to another postseason Game 7! Martin St. Louis scored 3:34 in and the NYR avoid elimination for the second straight game … all of this on a very emotional Mother’s Day. The team that scored first has won every game; just an hour and a half away, grab your Game 7 tickets (down 61% in price) and support the Rangers as they go for their third win in a row. New York is 9-2 in their last 11 when facing elimination and if they can get the W it will be the first time ever that the Rangers have won a series it trailed 3-1 as well as the first postseason playoff series win against the Penguins! A lot is on the line, so show your Rangers support on the road with New York Rangers playoff tickets.

5/6/14 – Second round New York Rangers playoff tickets are the most in-demand, averaging $629 at Madison Square Garden. Following a grueling series against the Flyers in Round One, the NYR face Metropolitan champs Pittsburgh Penguins in the Divisional Finals. After three games, the Pens lead the series 2-1 but Game 4 is on home-ice. Ticket prices have dropped 49 percent on the secondary market since the start of the second round for Wednesday’s game. Similarly, potential Game 6 tickets at MSG are 51 percent cheaper than they were a week ago.

4/30/14 – The NYR could not close out the Philadelphia Flyers last night in Game 6, dropping their twelfth straight playoff contest while leading a series. Now the Rangers will fly back to New York for Game 7 at Madison Square Garden tonight in the most expensive first round matchup remaining. The do-or-die Wednesday night game is averaging $291 for what defenseman Marc Staal promises he and the team will bring their A-game! The Blueshirts have won five straight Game 7s on home ice so get your last-minute New York Rangers tickets (min. $158) and experience the magic inside MSG tonight!

4/21/14 – It’s all tied (1-1) up as the New York Rangers head to Philadelphia for Game 3 of the NHL Playoffs Division Semifinals. After winning Game 1 by three goals, the Blueshirts built an early 2-0 lead in Game 2, but couldn’t hold on; Henrik Lundqvist allowed three goals on Philly’s first 14 shots and the Flyers evened the series. Forcing a Game 5 at Madison Square Garden, fans have at least one more chance to watch a Rangers playoff game with New York Rangers tickets (min. $175). Experts are predicting a long series like that of the first round last year when the Rangers fell down 2-0 before taking the Capitals in seven games.

4/17/14 - Get ready for a physical series as the Rangers will face off against bitter division rivals Philadelphia Flyers in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Both teams overcame poor starts to make the postseason and hope to advance in the best of seven series. New York has the most expensive NHL playoff tickets in the Divisional Semifinals round (avg. $418). Game 1 (avg. $311), Game 2 (avg. $312), Game 5 (avg. $477) and Game 7 (avg. $525) will be played at Madison Square Garden (if necessary). Fans will catch one of the best offenses (Philly) compete against one of the better defenses (NY) in the second-most anticipated series in the postseason. Want to show your support on the road? Philadelphia Flyers first round playoff tickets are a much cheaper $191 average for Games 2, 3, and 6 played at Wells Fargo Center.

4/7/14 – The Rangers failed to clinch a playoff berth Saturday, losing to the Senators 3-2 in regulation. Defenseman Ryan McDonagh (shoulder) missed his second straight game after the hit from Alexandres Burrows and Chris Kreider (hand) doesn’t look like he will comeback any time soon. New York could secure a postseason spot tonight if the rival New Jersey Devils lose to the Calgary Flames. Just one point away from clinching a spot in the postseason, the Blueshirts will play their next two at home – vs. Carolina (min. $66) and Buffalo (min. $85). Buy your New York Rangers tickets today and support Rick Nash and the squad as they skate for a fourth-consecutive playoff berth.

4/1/14 – With the Flyers 4-3 shootout loss to Boston and New York’s shutout win over the Oilers, the Rangers increased their lead for second place in the Metropolitan Division to two points over Philadelphia. NY will play their third match of their four-game road trip tonight against Alain Vigneault’s former club, Vancouver. Can the Rangers pick up two more critical points as they continue to battle for an Eastern Conference playoff spot?

3/24/14 – Henrik Lundqvist now has the franchise records for wins and shutouts. The Rangers goaltender recorded his 50th career shutout in a 2-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils, making 10 of his 21 saves against NJ in the third period. New York remains in third-place in the Metropolitan Division with 82 points, three more than fourth-place Washington. Next up on the New York Rangers schedule is a pair of home games this week against the Phoenix Coyotes (avg. $172) and Philadelphia Flyers (avg. $217) followed by a four-game western road trip. The Rangers have won a league-best 23 when away from home.

3/18/14 – If the NHL Playoffs started today, the New York Rangers would be in by the skin of their teeth. If they want to widen the gap and get off the bubble, they’ll have to play well this week on the road. The Rangers will travel to Ottawa, Columbus, and New Jersey before returning to home ice next Monday. The most expensive game remaining on the NY Rangers schedule is April 5, when the Senators visit (avg. $276) while the cheapest regular-season game at Madison Square Garden is three days later against the Carolina Hurricanes (avg. $152).

3/10/14 – Goalie Henrik Lundqvist made 30 saves Sunday afternoon at the Garden to record his 300th career regular-season win! Lundqvist tied Giacomin's team record of 49 shutouts, and joined Richter as the only goalies in franchise history to win 300 career games. Grab New York Rangers tickets for Sunday’s battle against San Jose (avg. $287). While it may be the most expensive game remaining at MSG, you may just witness history when Lundqvist gets a team record in victories.

3/3/14 – The next stretch of the New York Rangers schedule is looking optimistic as the team will play their next five against opponents they beat in their last meeting – Toronto (3/5) and Detroit (3/9) at MSG and Carolina (3/7, 3/11), and Minnesota (3/13) on the road. With just two days remaining until the NHL’s trade deadline, fans are left to wonder if the Rangers will agree to a six-year term with captain Ryan Callahan or if Sunday’s game against Boston was their last chance to see their forward in a Rangers uniform. Find out if the Rangers decide to extend Callahan’s contract with New York Rangers tickets (min. $62) to Wednesday’s game!

2/25/14 – New York Rangers tickets for the team’s return are in high-demand, averaging $303 (up 44% in the last week). Thursday’s game at the Garden against the reigning Stanley Cup champions, will open the post-Olympic stretch of the Rangers schedule, which will include 13 road games and 10 at home. Anticipation is running high as Glen Sather decides if he’ll trade Ryan Callahan or Dan Girardi before the trade deadline and avoid losing either for next-to-nothing free agency.

2/19/14 – It’s been a roller coaster year for the Blueshirts! Currently second in the Metropolitan Division and sixth in the Eastern Conference, the Rangers won five of their last six heading into the Olympic break. But, the team and fans received some bad news today - New York Rangers’ point leader, Mats Zuccarello, has been diagnosed with a small fracture in his left hand. Zuccarello has a career-high 43 points this season and will return from Sochi for further evaluation. The Rangers’ first game after the break is Feb. 27 at home against the Chicago Blackhawks (avg. $211).

2/3/14 – After two wins against rivals, New York Islanders, the red-hot Rangers are now 14 of 20. But, the Rangers record is not what everyone is talking about; instead all eyes are on captain Ryan Callahan. Will Glen Sather deal his forward? With a decision expected before the Olympics, Rangers fans will wait to see if Callahan and the franchise can come to an agreement on a contract extension or if the team will trade him. Stay tuned! For now, the Rangers will host the Avs (2/4) and Oilers (2/6) at Madison Square Garden this week. Tuesday’s game against Colorado is the cheapest remaining home game of the 2013-14 regular season (avg. $99).

1/29/14 – After a four-goal second period, the Rangers beat the Devils Sunday night outdoors at Yankee Stadium. The first-ever hockey game in the Bronx sold out weeks ago; at an average price of $206 10 days before game day, it was the more expensive of the two games to be held outdoors in New York this month. But, after fans watched the intense rivalry play out over the weekend, the price of Stadium Series tickets for Wednesday’s game against the Islanders took off. The last time these two Metropolitan foes faced off, the NYI got the win (3-5) at MSG.

The Rangers are entering the post-John Tortorella era after another premature playoff exit, essentially swapping the outspoken Tortorella for former Canucks coach Alain Vigneault. Average price for Rangers tickets at home in 2013-14 is currently $206. After starting the regular season with 9 straight road games, the Rangers first home game at Madison Square Garden against the Canadiens on 10/28 is averaging $238. The most expensive home game is on 12/20 against the New York Islanders, averaging $286. The Rangers will play two outdoor NHL games this season at Yankee Stadium. Yankee Stadium will be the site of New Jersey Devils vs. New York Rangers in the Battle of the Hudson River (1/26) and the New York Islanders vs. New York Rangers Battle of New York game (1/29).

2012-2013 Season

While a normal 82-game hockey season, usually running from early October to early April, can be likened to a marathon; this season will be more of a sprint to finish, since the season has been shortened to 48 games by an extended player lockout. The New York Rangers, after having the best record in the NHL's Eastern Conference last season under coach John Tortorella, have gotten off to a slow start in this year's sprint but are still within reach of the playoffs.

Right winger Marian Gaborik is co-leading the team in scoring with center Brad Richards; left wing Rick Nash, acquired in the offseason from Columbus, is not far behind the two in points. Defenseman Stu Bickel leads the team in penalty minutes while averaging just a few minutes of ice time per game. The majority of the Rangers' goaltending is being handled by Henrik Lundqvist, who is in the middle of the pack league-wide in goals-against average. As a team, the squad is in the bottom half of the league so far in goals per game and in the key stat of power play percentage; they’re doing well enough defending the home ice at venerable Madison Square Garden but need work when on the road. New York Rangers tickets average $158 for remaining 2013 home games — the 8th most expensive ticket in the NHL. If you're on a budget, you'll find cheap NY Rangers tickets from $64 in the upper 200 and 400 levels at MSG. Upcoming must-see Rangers games on the schedule include the Washington Capitals (2/17), Philadelphia Flyers (3/5), and Pittsburgh Penguins (4/3).
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