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What Ranger “Consistency?”

Posted: 28th November 2009 by Michael Stein in NHL
Torts uttered that statement after the Rangers were DOMINATED 5 - 1 by the revamped Tampa Bay Lightning. He said his team had no consistency. Quite frankly (as Tom Renney used to say... constantly), he's right. We started the season losing to the Pens, dominated for the next 2 weeks, and have played average hockey since. What type of team do we have here? Are ...

2009 – 2010 Ranger Predictions

Posted: 26th September 2009 by Michael Stein in NHL
Last year, right around this time, I wrote: In it, I predicted things like Wade Redden's average season, the same for Dubinsky, the captaincy being ultimately given to Drury, and the trading of Petr Prucha. This year, again, a few more predictions for the New York Rangers:Begin Slideshow

New York Rangers: Who’s the Odd Ranger Out?

Posted: 20th September 2009 by Michael Stein in NHL
As per my previous article, it seems as if finally, after years of begging, the prospects are being given the chance to shine in New York. Honestly... who's the over the hill hall of famer on this team being overpaid? No Guy Lafleur, no Luc Robitaille, no Jari Kurri. A majority of players on this team are extremely hard working, determined, hungry, and are fighting for their ...

Are You Willing to Lose Brandon Dubinsky?

Posted: 12th September 2009 by Michael Stein in NHL
If you are a reader of my columns, you know that I am an avid Brandon Dubinsky fan. However, if you have been paying any attention, there has been all kinds of talk of Dubinsky being traded. It seems that Sather hasn't even offered Dubinsky a million a year. That means that Aaron Voros gets paid more than Brandon Dubinsky. That Dubinsky isn't even worth what ...