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2016 All Star Game Open Thread

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh and the rest of the All Stars will take to the ice tonight in Nashville, TN for the NHL’s (almost) annual showcase of the world’s best. At 5 pm EST, the Metro Division All Stars will take on the Atlantic Division All Stars in a 20 minute, 3v3 competition. At 6 pm, the Central and Pacific Division teams will square off with the winners of both sides...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Midseason Grades: Defense Part 1

We’re just past the halfway point in the NHL season and it’s time once again to get mad at my meaningless letter grades and go over the team’s performance this season piece by piece. Today, we’ll begin with the defensemen: Ryan McDonagh – (6G, 18A, 24 PTS) Slow, slow, slow start. More than likely due to injury sustained in the playoffs not being 100% healed. Turned game...
Via NY Rangers Blog
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan McDonagh is improving, sort of

Early in this season the Rangers defense was in crisis, hemorrhaging shot attempts on a nightly basis and struggling to breakout of the zone cleanly. It was obvious during this period that Dan Girardi and Marc Staal were struggling, but perhaps most surprising of all were captain Ryan McDonagh’s struggles. Of course lately we’ve seen […] The post Ryan McDonagh is improving...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan McDonagh selected for All Star Game

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh has been selected to represent the Rangers in this year’s All Star Game. McDonagh will be the lone Rangers’ representative on the Metropolitan Division team. This year’s All Star Game will be a divisional 3-on-3 tournament. Full rosters can be seen here. The post Ryan McDonagh selected for All Star Game appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
Via Blue Seat Blogs
January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Notes From Practice; McDonagh’s Foot Still Broken?

As the Rangers get set to welcome Ovechkin and the Capitals back into town tomorrow, AV has yet again made some adjustments to the lines. #NYR practice lines: Nash-Brassard-Zuccarello, Kreider-Stepan-Fast, Stalberg-Hayes-Lindberg, Stoll-Moore-Miller. — Sean Hartnett (@HartnettHockey) November 2, 2015 #NYR practice d-pairs: McDonagh-Girardi, Yandle-McIlrath, Staal-Klein. ...
Via NY Rangers Blog
November 02, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ryan McDonagh blocked shot with his bum

By David Rogers Hockey players sacrifice their bodies on a regular basis. Sometimes that means blocking shots in an uncomfortable area, as Ryan McDonagh found out in Game 1 in the New York Rangers’ series against the Tampa Bay Lightning Saturday. Watch as McDonagh throws his butt in the way of a shot.
Via Puck Drunk Love
May 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Briere punches McDonagh, will always be a rat (GIF)

Danny Briere is a diminutive forward who has made a lot of money in the NHL by being really good at hockey. He’s also a rat, which is probably why he has survived for so long considering he’s 5’8 (on a good day) and played a good chunk of his career prior to the ‘small guy friendly’ rule changes from the ’03-’04 lockout. Here, he straight up punches Ryan McDonagh in...
Via Save By Richter
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Rangers must protect Ryan McDonagh from himself

When Ryan McDonagh crumbled to the ice late Tuesday night in Vancouver, his mouth agape, his face warped in pain, Rangers fans held their breath. They crossed their fingers. They averted their eyes then immediately looked back. They waited for him to rise to his feet. The seconds rung like a gong. They dragged on relentlessly, their timbre low, their tenor dark. As McDonagh lay sprawled...
April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

GIF: Burrows high hit on McDonagh

In the final minute of yesterday’s win over Vancouver, Alex Burrows –not known for being the cleanest of players– delivered a questionable high hit on Ryan McDonagh. The hit left McDonagh on the ice in pain, and burrows received a five minute major for elbowing. There is no update on McDonagh’s injury as of yet. The GIF of the hit is below, courtesy of Edge of Sports Insanity...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Initial Diagnosis: McDonagh Injury Not Serious

Steve Zipay at Newsday reports that Ryan McDonagh left Rogers Arena last night with his left shoulder in a sling, however, a team’s spokeman said that the initial diagnosis was “not serious”. Alain Vigneault told Zipay that McDonagh will accompany the team to Colorado for their contest against the Avalanche tomorrow night. With 44 seconds remaining in the game Alex Burrows...
Via NY Rangers Blog
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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