The New York Rangers' newly-acquired winger Emerson Etem added a pretty nice tattoo to his collection with this Muhammad Ali piece on his arm: Well worth it but it probably stung a little bit... like a bee. (I'll see my way out...) [H/T @SNYRangers] Follow The Buzzer on Facebook
Sign Emerson Etem? Check. Sign Jesper Fast and J.T. Miller? Check. Sign Derek Stepan? BIG CHECK. Stay under the salary cap? Yep, did that too. Well, that’s it. The New York Rangers are ready to head into training camp, and their lineup looks wonderful as they enter another “Stanley Cup or Bust” season, and this team might even be better than last year’s. All that’s left...
The Rangers have re-signed one of their four NHL RFAs, locking up Emerson Etem to an undisclosed contract. Etem’s qualifying offer was $850,500 for a one year deal, but it is unknown if he accepted that deal (unlikely) or the Jeff Gorton negotiated a two-year bridge deal. I projected Etem to come in around $1 […]
While all the attention lately has been on Derek Stepan and his arbitration hearing, there are three other key RFAs that need to be signed to fill out the roster. Perhaps the most important aspect of signing Emerson Etem, J.T. Miller, and Jesper Fast –who will all be getting bridge deals– is that they are […]
Many, if not all Ranger fans were disappointed in Carl Hagelin’s departure, a key cog in the Rangers several close brushes with the Cup in the last 4 years. Although the return coming back to New York in Emerson Etem, may be the underrated move of the summer no matter what the Rangers do between now and the opener in Chicago 3 months time. Upon reading a myriad of articles in preparing...
In case you missed it, the New York Rangers traded both Cam Talbot and Carl Hagelin during the 2015 NHL Draft. The return for Hagelin was Emerson Etem and the #41 pick on Saturday. The return for Talbot was three picks on Saturday. While most of this post is going to analyze the Hagelin/Etem swap, […]
Your browser does not support iframes. Emerson Etem scored the goal of the playoffs Wednesday when he went the length of the ice and dodged half of the Winnipeg Jets to tie the game at one in the first period. It was the first goal of the postseason for the Long Beach native, who only...Read More
Emerson Etem has been a disappointment for the Anaheim Ducks this season, but the former first-round pick scored what might be the best goal of the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs in Wednesday night’s Game 4 against the Winnipeg Jets. Etem skated down the left side into the attacking zone and moved past Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba with a remarkable 1-on-1 move before beating Winnipeg...
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