Ryan Callahan

MSG's Sam Rosen Talks NHL with One on One

by Anthony Pucik

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Days after the NHL trade deadline, Nolan and Anthony talked with MSG's Sam Rosen, the television voice of the New York Rangers.

First, Sam discussed the what the loss of Ryan Callahan meant to the Rangers and why exactly a deal was not reached. He also talked about Martin St. Louis, what he brings to the Rangers from the Lightning and how New York's offense has improved as a result of him being in the lineup. 

Five on Three: March 7th- Kenny Albert Talks Trade Deadline

by Anthony Pucik
Callahan, the now former Ranger captain, was traded for St. Louis Wedensday

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Anthony Pucik, Kris Venezia and Marelle Cerven talk all the deals from Wednesday's NHL trade deadline and what they mean for teams in the playoff hunt. Also, Anthony talks with Kenny Albert, the radio voice of the New York Rangers, about one of the biggest trades on deadline day: Martin St. Louis to the Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan. 

Doc Emrick Talks Olympics and NHL Trade Deadline

by Matt Moro

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One on One was joined by not only the voice of the NHL on NBC and NBC Sports, but a member of WFUV, Doc Emrick.

Doc shared his experience in Sochi, Russia for the Winter Olympic Games, including the job Russia did as a host country and the level of play that he saw on the ice during the Games.

Shifting back to the U.S., Doc talked about the Ryan Miller trade to the St. Louis Blues from the Buffalo Sabres, and addressed the deadline concerns of the three local teams, the Rangers, Devils, and Islanders.

Five on Three: February 28th- Trade Rumors

by Anthony Pucik

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Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Marelle Cerven review the Olypmic tournament, Canada's gold medal and Latvia's surprising play. Also, Dan Girardi's contract extension and all the rumors surronding the three local teams before the trade dealine, as well as a look at the final Stadium Series game between the Penguins and Blackhawks. 

The Final Stretch

by Kris Venezia

The hockey scheduling gods have done the New York Rangers a favor, giving them an easy schedule at a crucial time in the hunt for a postseason spot. The Broadway Blue Shirts, with three games left, will take on Florida, Carolina and New Jersey, three teams that have already been eliminated from the playoffs.

The Rangers are in the 8th spot of the Eastern Conference with the Winnipeg Jets three points behind them the final week of the season, but Captain Ryan Callahan refuses to look in the rear view mirror.