New York Rangers

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. 

Skating to Expectation

by Anthony Pucik

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The New York Rangers have been one of the hottest teams in the NHL lately. Over their last ten games they are 7-2-1 and are the winners of three in a row after a 4-1 victory over the Washington Capitals Sunday night. As a result of their recent winning, they find themselves second in the Metropolitan Division.

Doc Emrick Tackles NY/NJ's Hockey Issues

by Kelly Kultys

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The legendary Doc Emrick, lead hockey play-by-play announcer for NBC and NBC Sports, joins Kenny Ducey and Kelly Kultys to discuss all things New York hockey. Emrick offered his insights into the Henrik Lundqvist situation and the Devils' poor shootout play as well as offering his New Year's resolutions for the team.

Money Well Spent

by Anthony Pucik

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The anticipation is over. After rumors have circulated for months about a potential contract extension for New York Rangers’ star goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, the Swedish seventh round draft pick in 2000 finally signed a seven year extension worth $59.5 million on Monday morning.