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More About New York Rangers
Stadium: Madison Square Garden
Stanley Cups Won: 4 (1927–28, 1932–33, 1939–40, 1993–94)
Notable Players: Rod Gilbert, Mark Messier, Brian Leetch, Mike Richter
Rivals: New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, NY Islanders,
The Rangers reached their first Stanley Cup since 1994 this past season. Despite a series loss to the Los Angeles Kings in the finals, Rangers fans still have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming season under second year head coach Alain Vigneault. After 20 years of hardship for Rangers fans and no Stanley Cup appearance, Vigneault took the Blueshirts to their first final in his first year as head coach. Since signing as head coach for New York from Vancouver, Vigneault is hoping to bring his “West Coast” brand of hockey to Madison Square Garden. The future looks promising for the Rangers. They got good news late last season when goaltender Henrik Lundqvist signed a 7 year deal, making him a Ranger for the rest of his career.
The Rangers are still looking for their first Stanley Cup victory since 1994, but the near future is looking very bright at Madison Square Garden. Rangers fans have to be positive body the direction the team is moving in. Madison Square Garden is not the easiest place to snag Rangers tickets so plan accordingly!
NY Rangers 2014-15 Schedule
Coming off of an awesome season last year under their first year head coach, can the Rangers prove that it wasn’t a fluke? Can they keep the momentum going? They start the season with an away game against the Blues, which should be a good initial challenge. They’ll end the regular season away again against the Capitals before most likely continuing on into the playoffs. The good season last year has bumped average ticket prices up to $110 and fans should get theirs before the Rangers prove their worth and prices continue to rise.