New York Rangers
So far the battle between the New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators has been determined by home ice wins. The action heads back to Canada for game 5 of their NHL playoff series and we’ve got your way to watch via live stream May 6 at 3pm EST.
The Rangers got a much-needed game three win to keep them in the Stanley Cup playoffs hunt, and they’ve got home ice advantage against the Ottawa Senators once again. The puck drops at 7:30pm EST on May 4 and we’ve got your way to live stream game four.
The New York Rangers need to come alive in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup playoff series against the Ottawa Senators or they’ll inch closer to elimination! This May 2 game is going to be hot so tune at 7:00 PM ET to see what goes down.
Back at it again! The New York Rangers take on the Ottawa Senators in their second game of the NHL Eastern Conference semi-finals after dropping game one to the Canucks. We’ve got your live stream for when the puck drops at 3pm EST on Apr. 29.
It’s on to the second round of the NHL playoffs for the New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators, as game one of their series starts north of the border. We’ve got your way to watch via live stream when the puck drops at 7pm EST on Apr. 27.
The New York Rangers are looking to cinch their first round of the NHL playoffs with a win against the Montreal Canadiens. We’ve got your way to watch the game via live stream when the puck drops at 8pm EST on Apr. 22.
The battle for the Stanley Cup is on! The New York Rangers face the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 3 of the first round of the NHL playoffs on April 19 and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every second. Click to watch!
It’s only the first round of the NHL playoffs but the action is already so hot, it’s melting the ice. The New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to take the lead after tying the series up. Who will get that much-needed edge to make it to the next round?
What a game! A trip to the Stanley Cup finals was on the line as the New York Rangers went up against the Tampa Bay Lightning in game seven of the Eastern Conference Finals on May 29. It was a thrilling, down to the wire finish and one of the best game sevens in NHL history!
The New York Rangers and the Tampa Bay Lightning faced off at Madison Square Garden in game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals on May 29, in what proved to be a thrilling and hard fought finish to their seven game series. Goalies Henrik Lundqvist and Ben Bishop were both monsters between the pipes, but as the final horn blew, only one could emerge victorious.
What a game! After the New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals battled six games, the Rangers won Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals in overtime on May 13. Fans are freaking out over the Rangers’ epic comeback to victory!
Center Derek Stepan should become the New York Rangers‘ MVP! After the Rangers and Washington Capitals both had three wins under their belt, Derek’s slap shot during Overtime of Game 7 on May 13 sent the Rangers to the conference finals — and fans are freaking out over their victorious winning streak!
Hockey players are definitely the toughest around. New York Ranger Kevin Klein proved that when he scored a winning goal just moments after losing a piece of his ear. Ouch!
A little blood couldn’t scare Kevin Klein off of the ice. Despite a hockey stick chopping off a chunk of his ear lobe, the New York Ranger returned to the ice just in time to win a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Click inside to WATCH!
After an incredible overtime win against the New York Rangers on June 7, the Los Angeles Kings hockey team are on top of the world. Celebs cheered on the LA Kings and tweeted their reaction to the win!
The LA Kings are moving right along into the finals! The pro hockey team clinched an epic 5-4 double overtime win over the New York Rangers on June 7. The game was close right up until the very end and celebs like Zac Efron and Rob Kardashian tweeted their OMG reactions to the win!
He was an up-and-coming all-star player who many said was destined for greatness.
Police have found New York Rangers left wing Derek Boogaard, 28, dead in his Minneapolis, Minnesota apartment on May 13.