With his contract situation still unresolved, New York Rangers center Derek Stepan missed the start of training camp.
Katie Strang looks at five reasons for the New York Rangers' slow start.
Rick Nash recorded a goal and an assist to help the Rangers snap their streak.
The New York Rangers have traded veteran forward Mike Rupp to Minnesota in exchange for forwards Darroll Powe and Nick Palmieri.
Months after asking the Blue Jackets to trade him, star forward Rick Nash had his wish granted and is headed to the Rangers.
Sidelined for almost a month, forward Brandon Dubinsky returned to the Rangers lineup for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Devils on Wednesday.
Rangers winger Brandon Prust was suspended one game by the NHL on Sunday after his second-period elbow to the back of Devils defenseman Anton Volchenkov's head Saturday.
Rangers tough guy Brandon Prust responded to accusations by Devils coach Pete DeBoer that he was targeting the Devils defenseman's head.
Rangers forward Brian Boyle returned to the lineup Monday against the Capitals after missing three straight games with a concussion.
Rangers rookie Chris Kreider did it again for the Blueshirts. This time vs. the Caps.
The New York Rangers were without forwards Brian Boyle and Brandon Dubinsky for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Washington Capitals at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
New York Rangers center Brian Boyle might be available for Game 1 Saturday against Washington.
Rangers, Senators know that Game 2 nastiness was just the beginning.
Rangers rookie Carl Hagelin has a hearing scheduled Sunday for his hit on Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson during Ottawa's 3-2 overtime win against New York Saturday.
The Rangers-Senators series got a little nastier Saturday night as a heated brawl in the opening minutes of play resulted in Senators defenseman Matt Carkner and Brandon Dubinsky both getting tossed.
When asked about Devils coach Peter DeBoer's comments following the Rangers' 4-2 win at Madison Square Garden Monday, Rangers coach John Tortorella delivered a stern, succinct reply: "Shut up."