Alexis Lafreniere stole the show and was the focal point of the New York Rangers draft class but the Rangers also drafted really well with their second first round pick and with their later round picks on day two. They took a rugged smooth skating defenseman, an in-your-face winger with a hard shot, a few … Continue reading Getting to know the Rangers 2020 draft class
Alexis Lafreniere, Broadway’s next big star took center stage (… center zoom?) on Tuesday night when the New York Rangers drafted him first overall in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. Long regarded as one of the premier prospects in hockey, Lafreniere has been on scouts and fans radar for a few years now. He has … Continue reading Alexis Lafreniere: Broadway’s newest Star
Since being bought out by the New York Rangers last week, the future of goaltender Henrik Lundqvist has been a hot topic around the hockey world. Some think he may retire so he spent his entire NHL career with the Rangers, while thoughts of him exploring free agency or even going back to Sweden to … Continue reading Lundqvist to DC Done Deal?
NHL News and Notes from Saturday, August 8th, 2020 News The following First Round matchups have been confirmed: Western Conference Chicago Blackhawks v. Vegas Golden Knights Arizona Coyotes v. Colorado Avalanche Eastern Conference Montreal Canadiens v. Philadelphia Flyers Game Recaps Vegas Golden Knights v. Colorado Avalanche - 3p EST Start Time In Edmonton … Continue reading The Stanley Cup Daily – Determining the Top Seeds
NHL News and Notes from Thursday, August 6th, 2020 News The NHL announced that on Monday, August 10th the NHL Draft Lottery will proceed with Phase 2. The eight teams to be eliminated in the Qualifying Round will each get a 12.5 percent chance at the number one overall pick in the 2020 NHL … Continue reading The Stanley Cup Daily – Thinning Out the Herd
NHL News and Notes from Tuesday, August 4th, 2020 News The NHL Department of Player Safety has fined forward Mike Matheson of the Florida Panthers for High Sticking New York Islanders forward Brock Nelson. https://twitter.com/NHLPlayerSafety/status/1290767742161780739?s=20 The Carolina Hurricanes would record the first ever sweep in the Qualifying Round to advance to the First … Continue reading The Stanley Cup Daily – Hurricanes Sweep the Rangers Out of the Bubble
NHL News and Notes from Monday, August 3rd, 2020 News The NHL Department of Player Safety has fined Vancouver Canucks forward Micheal Ferland $5000 for Spearing Minnesota Wild forward Ryan Hartman. https://twitter.com/NHLPlayerSafety/status/1290309971813400576?s=20 DoPS also announced that they have fined Wild forward Luke Kunin $1000 for Unsportsmanlike Conduct against the Canucks in Game 1 … Continue reading The Stanley Cup Daily – Hat Tricks to Start and End the Day
NHL News and Notes from Saturday, August 1st, 2020 News With today's action we also saw a touching tribute for those on the frontlines fighting the battle against COVID-19, and also witnessed a powerful speech from Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba who spoke on systemic racism in both society, and in the game of … Continue reading The Stanley Cup Daily – The Games Have Begun!
It was a case of experience meeting inexperience. In game one of their best-of-five Stanley Cup Qualifiers series, the Carolina Hurricanes defeated the New York Rangers by a score of 3-2. Early on, the game was entirely tilted in Carolina’s favor while the Rangers began to find their legs but albeit a little too late. … Continue reading Hurricanes Storm the Rangers for Game 1 Victory
The return of the NHL is quickly approaching and here at TXHT we will be breaking down all of the play in and round robin series for you all before the action kicks off on August 1st. The New York Rangers, the 11th seed in the Eastern Conference, will play the Carolina Hurricanes, the sixth … Continue reading Qualifying Round Preview – New York Rangers v. Carolina Hurricanes