Rangers Week in Review: End of the Tunnel or Oncoming Train?
After two heartbreaking losses to the Boston Bruins, a new week gave Rangers fans a chance to see if New York could bounce back and find their game. With many talking about how bad of a job coach David Quinn is doing, they forget that some of the blame lies on the players.
Rangers Week in Review: Lean, Mean, Game Losing Machine
After a winning week, it’s back to the same old New York Rangers. It is as though one is holding a stick, poking the team, and asking them to do something. The problem is that they do it and then it is back to the apparent normal for the season so far.
Rangers Week in Review: New Year, Not So New Rangers
If you were thinking, “Hey, it’s great that Rangers hockey is back, even the pandemic couldn’t stop it!” you are not alone. However, it seems that even into the third week of games, the Rangers still think they’re trapped in the bubble of last season’s playoffs.
Rangers Week in Review: Two Tough Losses That Should Have Been Wins
As the second week of hockey comes to an end, things aren’t looking too great for the New York Rangers. Their record stands at 1-3, and they currently stand at three points overall, which makes them tied for last in the Massmutual East Division with the Buffalo Sabres. Despite playing much better in this week’s games and having more shots on goal than their opponents, the Rangers came up short both times, losing by one goal to both the New Jersey Devils and the Pittsburg Penguins.
Nick Ritchie Is Proving His Value To The Boston Bruins
At the trade deadline last year, the Boston Bruins biggest moves were acquiring Ondrej Kase and Nick Ritchie. The duo was expected to improve the secondary scoring but failed to make an impact. So far, in 2021, Kase has yet to record a point and is currently dealing with an upper-body injury.
Philadelphia Flyers: 3 Burning Questions Ahead of the 2020-21 Season
After an impressive showing last year under head coach Alain Vigneault, the Philadelphia Flyers will enter the 2020-21 season with high expectations. With the start of the NHL season just under three weeks away, let’s take a closer look at three burning questions facing the Flyers franchise.