After missing almost three weeks with a broken left thumb, New York Rangers captain Ryan Callahan returned to the lineup Monday night against the Anaheim Ducks at Madison Square Garden.
Though Rangers captain Ryan Callahan said that his surgically repaired left shoulder "felt great" and "responded well" to contact in Sunday's practice, he is not expecting to play in the team's season opener against the Coyotes on Thursday.
New York Rangers captain Ryan Callahan is still preparing to play in the season opener, despite a surgically repaired shoulder that was expected to hold him out of play for up to the first month.
With his contract situation still unresolved, New York Rangers center Derek Stepan missed the start of training camp.
The Rangers have locked up another of their important restricted free agents, agreeing to terms on a two-year contract with winger Carl Hagelin
Alain Vigneault is expected to interview with the New York Rangers for their vacant coaching job Tuesday, a source confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com.
Rangers star winger Rick Nash will not face any discipline for his hit Thursday on Florida's Tomas Kopecky, multiple sources confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com.
Commissioner Gary Bettman's suggestion that the NHL and NHLPA take a two-week break from negotiations is an idea that's not sitting well with some of the New York Rangers.
New York Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh is headed to Russia to play for the Kontinental Hockey League's Barys Astana, his agent confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com.
The Rangers' 2011-12 report card shows that there's a lot to proud of.
Rangers and Devils will pull no punches in this series -- and that's just the fans.
Rangers use grit, guts and goalie to win another Game 7 and reach East finals.
The Rangers need these five things to avoid another playoff loss to Caps.
The Ottawa Senators have captain Daniel Alfredsson back as they try to close out the series against the Rangers.
The Senators will be without captain Daniel Alfredsson for the third straight game, but the 39-year-old veteran forward skated Saturday in Ottawa and "made progress," according to coach Paul MacLean.
It won't be another game-time decision for Ottawa's Daniel Alfredsson Saturday. The 39-year-old captain will not even make the trip to New York, the Senators announced Friday afternoon.