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New York Rangers 2014-2015 News and Updates
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.
New York Rangers 2014-2015 Season
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!
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).
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).