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BRIAN BOYLE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Game 18: Callahan, Boyle, Stralman return to MSG

Tonight’s game against the Tamp Bay Lightning comes with some added drama. Former captain Ryan Callahan, Brian Boyle, and Anton Stralman all make their MSG returns after departing the club last season. Cally left in the MSL trade, and Boyle/Stralman joined him via free agency. Cally played most of his first eight years in New […] The post Game 18: Callahan, Boyle, Stralman return...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Homecoming Night at the Garden

Tonight, Anton Stralman, Brian Boyle and Ryan Callahan will take to the ice at MSG for the first time as members of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Although Stralman and Boyle were important pieces to the Rangers run to the Finals last June, all eyes will be on Callahan, the Rangers 4th round pick in 2004 turned 26th captain of the New York Rangers in 2011. Callahan predictably attempted...
Via NY Rangers Blog
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Lightning sign Brian Boyle

The Lightning picked up another Rangers player today by signing Brian Boyle to a three year, $6 million contract. Boyle allegedly wanted to leave New York to search for more playing time. But as Raw Charge points out, Boyle likely slots in on the Lightning’s fourth line. Boyle’s wife is apparently from the Tampa Bay though and he is believed to have been offered more by the Maple...
Via Save By Richter
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Boyle Headed To Free Agency; Pouliot Getting 3-Year, $9M Offers

Any Rangers fan hoping that next year’s roster will resemble last year’s Stanley Cup Finalist squad is going to be sorely disappointed. Wednesday night, we heard that talks with Anton Stralman are not going well, now Pat Leonard at the Daily News is reporting that Brian Boyle plans on heading to free agency. Leonard says that Boyle’s agent wouldn’t comment on the status of...
Via NY Rangers Blog
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Should the Rangers trade negotiating rights of Boyle / Stralman?

Based on the comments made by both Brian Boyle and Anton Stralman, it looks like both will be playing in different uniforms next season. Boyle has said he is looking for a bigger role –likely a third line role with less defensive zone starts– and won’t get that in New York. Stralman is looking for […] The post Should the Rangers trade negotiating rights of Boyle / Stralman...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Boyle gets the chance to ‘stick it’ to his former team in the Stanley Cup Final

One of the many story lines which will undoubtedly emerge during the Stanley Cup Final match up of the Rangers and Kings, is the prominent role of a player who now has the opportunity to prove his former team ‘wrong’. Brian Boyle was traded at the 2009 draft to the Rangers for a third round pick in the 2010 draft. He now has the rare opportunity to ‘stick it’ to his former...
Via Save By Richter
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Free Agency Predictions: Brian Boyle

Is this Boyle’s last season in a blueshirt? One of the most heated debate topics among Rangers fans is the enigma that is Brian Boyle. If you were to ask 20 Rangers fans how they felt about Boyle, 10 would tell you he’s a valuable asset to the team who provides a lot of grit and heart, and 10 would tell you that he is an abomination of a player with dicks for fingers who plays...
Via Save By Richter
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Should the Rangers retain Brian Boyle?

(Scott Levy/NHLI/Getty Images) With the regular season coming to an end in a few short weeks speculation will increase as to whether Brian Boyle should be retained or not. For the right price, Glen Sather should absolutely keep Boyle – for the short term. It may be Boyle’s demands that scupper any extension with New York, but from a pure skill perspective he still fills multiple...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Time to move Brian Boyle?

Photo credit: Christopher Pasatieri Often it is the smaller, less heralded moves that make the difference in playoff races. So as the Rangers approach the trade deadline in good form, but still with flaws, should they make any additions? In most cases you have to give to receive, and if the Rangers want to make a real upgrade to their team they will need to consider moving a current...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
January 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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