On Friday, the New York Rangershave used a compliance buyout on center Brad Richards.
Richards scored 20 goals and added 31 assists with a minus-8 rating in 82 games with the Rangers in 2013-2014. The 34-year-old added five goals and seven assists in New York’s run to the Stanley Cup Final.
New York signed [...]Read More →
The Los Angeles Kings are champions of the hockey world once again,
Alex Martinez scored at the 14:43 mark of double overtime Friday night as the “Cardiac” Kings mounted yet another comeback to defeat the New York Rangers 3-2 and claimed their second Stanley Cup in three seasons.
Martinez is known for his heroics this [...]Read More →
The New York Rangers still have a pulse as they avoided elimination against the Los Angeles Kings in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Henrik Lundqvist lived up to his nickname of “The King” as he bounced back from a couple of bad outings in Games 1 through 3. But even Lundqvist needed some [...]Read More →
Jonathan Quick made his mark on the 2014 Stanley Cup Final, by playing the way he did in 2012.
Now the Los Angeles Kings are one win away from winning their second Stanley Cup in three years.Read More →
Via the Canadian Press
NEW YORK — As the NHL eyes expanded video review, it’s unlikely to solve problems with goaltender interference.
The league’s competition committee met Monday, two days after a controversial goal in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup final that involved contact on Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, and discussed making more situations [...]Read More →
The Los Angeles Kings are truly the “Comeback Kids,” of the National Hockey League.
On Saturday night in Los Angeles, Kings captain Dustin Brown played the role of hero, scoring at the 10:26 mark of double overtime as the Kings rallied to defeat the New York Rangers and leaving the Rangers in a 2-0 [...]Read More →