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The New York Rangers are gearing up for another exciting season, so now is the time for you to get your tickets! The Rangers have come so close to tasting Stanley Cup glory in the past two seasons, losing in the Conference Finals last year and coming up short in the Stanley Cup Finals the year before that. Coming that close only makes a team hungrier, so you can bet that the players are chomping at the bit for the 2016-2017 season to get underway. Fans have every reason to expect that the Rangers will make another playoff run, so get your tickets now to see the regular season action and cheer this squad on!
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After a tough battle, the New York Rangers are ending their season after losing the second round of playoffs 2-4. The Senators won the first two games, and then the Rangers came back to win and tie the series. Then, the two teams battled it out in Game 5. The Rangers were ahead, but then the Senators rallied to tie the game and send it into overtime. Unfortunately, the Senators were the ones to find the net and go home the victors. The Rangers tried to overcome a deficit in Game 6, but there were not able to change the momentum of the game. There is still plenty of action left around the NHL as the teams continue to play for the coveted Stanley Cup.
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The New York Rangers are competing against the Senators in the second round of the NHL playoffs. In the first game, the Rangers lost by one goal. Game 2 was a battle, going into double overtime until the Rangers fell once again, this time with a final score of 5-6. The Rangers turned things around in Game 3, taking the victory with a final score of 4-1. The Rangers will look to maintain the momentum when they play in Game 4 on May 4 at home. There are still tickets available for this game and the rest in the series, including Game 5 on May 6 and Game 6 and 7 if needed on the 9 and 11. Prices start at $228.

The New York Rangers did it! They were able to upset the Montreal Canadiens in the opening round of the NHL Playoffs. Despite back-to-back losses in games two and three, the Rangers rallied to earn three consecutive wins. Now, they are tasked with taking on the Ottawa Senators in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Once again, the other team will have the home rink advantage. Find out if New York can pull off yet another impressive upset to advance to the penultimate postseason series. Tickets to the game on Saturday, April 29, at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, ON, are on sale and available for prices as low as just $83.

In many cases, a fourth-place division finisher facing off against a division champion might appear to be a mismatch, but that hasn’t been the case for the New York Rangers in their first-round Stanley Cup series with Montreal. After four games, the series was tied at 2-2, with the Rangers winning game 1 in Montreal, 2-0, ad prevailing in game 4 at home by the count of 2-1 on April 18. Defense was the name of the game for the Rangers in game 4. After Montreal opened the scoring in the first period, the Rangers didn’t allow anything else into the net. Goalie Henrik Lindqvist was stellar in the goal, collected 23 saves.

To illustrate how competitive the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference was this season, one need only look at the New York Rangers. Though the team placed fourth in the division, its 102 points and 48-28-6 record was good enough for fifth-best in the East. Still, New York drew Atlantic Division champion Montreal for its first-round playoff game. In the best-of-seven series, Montreal has the home ice advantage. Playing on the road didn’t seem to matter in game 1 on April 12. The Rangers shut out the Canadiens 2-0 behind the stellar play of the defense, led by goalkeeper Henrik Lundqvist. Tanner Glass and Michael Grabner scored goals for New York.

Although the Capitals already secured their spot at the top of the Metropolitan Division, the fight for a No. 2 seed is on between the New York Rangers and the other frontrunners of the pack. Getting a better seed is beneficial for New York, who will want the home ice advantage and the possibility of facing easier competition in the first round. The Rangers have two more games to go before regular season play ends; they’ll head to Ottawa on Saturday, April 8, before taking on their season finale at home against Pittsburgh on April 9. Great seats can be yours when you purchase from us today—prices start at $53.

To illustrate how fiercely competitive the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference has been, the New York Rangers have the fifth-best record in the NHL. Three of the teams ahead of them are all in their own division. Those teams are Washington, Columbus and Pittsburgh. The other team is Chicago in the Central Division of the Western Conference. In fact, the Rangers have two more points than fellow Eastern conference team Montreal, which leads the Atlantic Division. The Rangers have already clinched a playoff spot. The team is 46-26-5 despite going 6-10 between Feb. 26 and March 28. New York wraps up the regular season with an April 9 game at home against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

The New York Rangers battled it out with the Devils on March 21 before eventually falling in overtime. The Devils scored first, but just over a minute later, Oscar Lindberg scored to tie the game. However, it was not long before the Devils drew ahead. Minutes into the third period, Rick Nash scored to equalize, and the game went into overtime. The Rangers were unable to score, and the Devils got a goal to take the victory. The Rangers host the Islanders on March 22, and then they head to the West Coast to play the Kings, Ducks and Sharks on the 25, 26 and 28 respectively. Be sure to get your tickets now, with prices starting at $40.

In many divisions of the NHL, being in fourth place this late in the season would mean the chances of a division title or even a playoff spot would be a longshot. But in the ultra-competitive Metropolitan Division, the sky’s the limit. Four teams in the division have at least 90 points, with the Rangers achieving that mark as of March 15. New York is just seven points out of first place. The team has a record of 44-24-2. If the Rangers were in the Atlantic Division, they would be four points ahead of the second-place team. New York is the fifth-leading scoring team in the NHL. The Rangers were 3-3 between March 2 and March 13.

At 31-17-1, the New York Rangers are within striking distance of the Metropolitan Division lead in the Eastern Conference. The Rangers have 63 points, good enough for fourth place. New York is two points behind third-place Pittsburgh, five points behind second-place Columbus and nine points behind first-place Washington. The Rangers are currently the second-highest goal-scoring team in the league, putting in 3.4 goals an outing. Last week, the Rangers went 2-1, with all three games behind decided by two or fewer goals. New York first squeaked by Detroit 1-0 in overtime. On Monday, the Rangers edged Los Angeles 3-2, thanks to goals from Brandon Pirri, Matt Puempel and Mats Zuccarello, along with solid goal keeping from Henrik Lunqvist. The Rangers fell to Philadelphia 2-0 on Wednesday.

The New York Rangers are holding tight to their fourth place position in the Metropolitan division. In fact, since they have won their last five of six games, the Rangers have actually climbed the charts. One of their biggest wins of the season was against the Columbus Blue Jackets on January 7. The Blue Jackets are a team this year that has been almost impossible to beat; however the Rangers took it to them on Saturday night. The Rangers pulled their offense together just in time when they scored three goals in the final minutes of the third period giving them the win. See them play again on January 13 against the Maple Leafs. Tickets are still available.

The New York Rangers managed to snap their losing streak and hold onto third place in the Metropolitan Division in their most recent game. They hosted the feisty Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. Although the Senators took the early lead with three goals scored, the Rangers were able to fend them off and beat them 4 - 3 in the end. Not only did they put a stop to their losses, but also to the Senators’ four-game winning streak. It was the epitome of excitement for fans in attendance. Catch New York when they host the Buffalo Sabres in their first home game of 2017 on Tuesday, January 3. Tickets are $109 and up.

Fans expected to see a good game when the New York Rangers hosted the Chicago Blackhawks, and that’s exactly what was delivered. Rangers supporters were on the wrong side, unfortunately, but they still got to see why these are two of the best teams in the NHL. Neither team scored in either the first or third periods as the goalies dominated the show. The second period was a different story, as the Rangers and Blackhawks had a goal apiece before a late tiebreaker was netted Artem Anisimov. The Rangers will look to regroup against another tough opponent when the Minnesota Wild comes to town on December 23. Tickets for that game start as low as $132.

The New York Rangers are leading the NHL Metropolitan standings in a big way right now. They have 16 wins and 7 losses on their record and the closest team to follow them is Pittsburgh who has 13 wins and 6 losses. On Tuesday night the Rangers skated on their own ice against Carolina with high hopes of giving their home crowd the victory. Things were looking grim after Carolina scored two points in the first period, all while holding off the Rangers. However, the Rangers rallied back in the second and third period both offensively and defensively. They ended up winning the game 3-2 against Carolina. Get your tickets today to see them live this season.

The New York Rangers are on a roll after winning their past three games. Their latest victory was against the Canucks, where they won 7-2. Their victory came despite missing two of their top forwards due to injuries: Chris Kreider and Pavel Buchnevich. J.T. Miller and Kevin Hayes each had two goals, while goalie Henrik Lundqvist helped out the offense by making 36 saves. Brandon Pirri, Mats Zuccarello and Nick Holden also had goals. The Rangers will look to continue the winning trend when they play the Blue Jackets on the 18 and the Panthers on the 20. You can still get tickets to these games and the rest of the season, for prices starting at $28.

The New York Rangers lost against the Hurricanes, but then beat the Lightning and the Blues to bring their record to 7-3-0 so far this season. In their latest victory against the Blues on November 1, the Rangers shut out the Blues to win 5-0. Goalie Henrik Lundqvist had a great game, making 35 saves to help out the team. This made for his 60th shutout in the NHL. There were five separate scorers: Dan Girardi, Jimmy Vesey, Rick Nash, Mats Zuccarello and Kevin Hayes. The Rangers host the Oilers on the 3 and then head to Boston to play on the 5, and then they come back home to play the Jets on the 6 and the Canucks on the 8. Tickets are available for prices starting at $76.

The 2016-2017 regular season started out on a high note for the New York Rangers. Getting a win in your first game of the season is always a good feeling, but it’s even better when you beat your biggest rivals, the New York Islanders! Backed by the new members to the franchise this year, Rangers captain Derek Stepan has been very vocal about how the team is going to approach this new season. He explained that this season, their main priority is speed. At 2-2, it’s still too early to say how the new, faster Rangers will fare this season, but it will be fun to watch! They’ll face the Red Wings and the Capitals on the road before returning to Madison Square Garden next week to host the Coyotes and the Bruins.

The New York Rangers are preparing for the start of the 2016-2017 season. They have recently agreed to terms with Jimmy Vesey and John Gilmour. They have also signed a deal for one-year to bring Brandon Pirri to the team. This brings them to 15 forwards on their roster, and their next move will be looking for a strong defenseman. With the Traverse City tournament only a few weeks away, the team has released a roster featuring 25 prospects and 3 draft picks. The tournament will start on September 16, and the Rangers play the Hurricanes first. The first preseason game will be on September 27 against the Islanders, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $38.
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