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Carolina Hurricanes trade captain Eric Staal to New York Rangers

One of the most talked about deals in these weeks leading up to Monday's trade deadline has at last been consumed. Eric Staal, long the face of the Carolina Hurricanes franchise, has been traded to the New York Rangers.

Forbes: Toronto Maple Leafs tops in NHL value, teams' value rises

Blame it on the deal with Rogers Communications, if you want to find a reason for the average worth of NHL franchises vaulting all the way up to $490 million. That and the value of the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens.

Op-Ed: NHL's Metropolitan division is well-balanced, hard to predict

With 2014-15 NHL regular season about to get going, it's time revisit what teams of the Metropolitan division have done over the course of the summer.

New York Rangers use compliance buyout to jetison Brad Richards

The New York Rangers used their second and final compliance buyout on Brad Richards. Buying him out saves the club $6.67 million in cap space but over the next 12 years he must be paid two-thirds of his remaining contract, a total of $12.6 million.

NYC mayor sings 'I Love L.A.' to settle Stanley Cup wager

New York - New York's mayor settled a Stanley Cup wager with Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti by singing "I Love L.A." live on Jimmy Kimmel Monday night.

Henrik Lundqvist ties Ranger playoff win record, adds assist

For Henrik Lundqvist the highlight of Sunday night's game 4 between his New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens was the 3-2 overtime win that gave his club a 3-1 series lead. That leaves the goalie and his team a win away from the Stanley Cup final.

Op-Ed: Brandon Prust being blamed for Carcillo suspension — wrongly

The NHL opinion-du-jour seems to be that Brandon Prust is at fault for Daniel Carcillo abusing a linesman and getting a ten-game suspension. It's loopy but it's been repeated by paid commenters and by the ones who offer opinions on stories online.

Op-Ed: Canadiens coach Therrien risks series loss with Dustin Tokarski

Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien has been around long enough that he should know there is no road to the Stanley Cup final that includes starting Dustin Tokarski again. Tokarski was mediocre at best in Game 2 and won't get any better.

Op-Ed: Three NHL playoff stars and three terrible trades

Whether transactions are made because of salary dumps, a playoff push, or the removal of a player that wants a change of scenery, the art of a trade is one that often leaves one team in heaven and one team in hell.

Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers to continue playoff history

The Montreal Canadiens' 3-1 win over the Bruins in Boston in game 7 of their second round series sends them up against the New York Rangers to fight for the right to play in the Stanley Cup final. The two clubs have met in the postseason 14 times.

Are the Vancouver Canucks really talking to John Tortorella?

It seems like it'd be a match made in hockey hell, like there'd be an endless succession of yelling and glowering, of media throwing darts. But according to TSN the Vancouver Canucks have interest in the man with the hockey mouth - coach John Tortorella.

Lockout may take Toronto Maple Leafs to 9 years without playoffs

If the lockout of 2012 stretches into 2013 without Stanley Cup playoffs the Toronto Maple Leafs would finish the non-season near double figures in a dubious category. No NHL during 2012-13 would see the Leafs go 9 straight years without the postseason.

NHL: Rick Nash traded to Rangers in blockbuster deal

New York - After months of speculation, Rick Nash was finally traded Monday to the New York Rangers in a deal that looks very lopsided. In return for Nash, the Columbus Blue Jackets will receive Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Tim Erixon and a first-round pick.

Op-Ed: Kings' Quick was snubbed in MVP voting prior to playoffs

After leading his team to their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick took home the Conn Smythe Trophy for the playoffs most valuable player. But there was one piece of hardware Quick wasn't recognized for.

NHL: Mike Green is the hero as Washington evens the series at 2

The Washington Capitals evened the series at 2 with a 3-2 win over the New York Rangers at the Verizon Center in the nation's capital.

NHL: Rangers top Capitals in triple overtime

The New York Rangers beat the Washington Capitals in triple overtime last night to take game 3 of the second playoff round and lead the series, two games to one.

Op-Ed: NHL Playoffs Eastern Conference Preview

The NHL season is finally over and the playoffs are set. The Eastern Conference lineup features a few perennial favorites as well as a resurgent New York Rangers team.

NHL: Leafs shutout by Rangers at home Special

Toronto - After sweeping a four-game home stand and reeling off consecutive victories the Toronto Maple Leafs lost back-to-back games to New York state rivals in as many nights.

NHL Winter Classic 2012: Classic Game Ends with Penalty Shot

The visiting New York Rangers beat the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-2 on Jan. 2, in an NHL Winter Classic outdoor hockey game for the ages. It was loaded with excitement and ended with the Flyers failing to tie on a penalty shot with 19 seconds to go.

NHL: Richards signs with Rangers in Day 2 of Free Agency

It took Brad Richards just one day of free agency to decide which team he wanted to sign with. In the end, that team was the New York Rangers, and Richards signed a 9-year, $60 million contract with the team.

NHL management company slams Sean Avery's pro-gay stance

A high-profile Canadian sports management agency has publicly called out NHL player Sean Avery for supporting gay marriage.

NHL: Gaborik Leads Rangers in Offensive Clinic Against Leafs

It was just three days ago that John Tortorella benched Marian Gaborik, the New York Rangers most dynamic offensive threat in a game against the rivaled Philadelphia Flyers.

Toronto Maple Leafs Should Target Soon-To-Be Free Agent Sean Avery

If you were to look up "douche bag" in the (urban) dictionary, you'd find a picture of Sean Avery. He is the ultimate douche. The lowest of the low. I hate him. And that's why I want to see him become a Toronto Maple Leaf.

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Martin St. Louis, seen here before he was traded from the Tampa Lightning to the New York Rangers, will face his former club in the next round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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