Sizing up Blue Jackets Metro foes: New York Rangers
signed center Derick Brassard to a five year, $25M contract extension. The team agreed to a contract with left wing Chris Kreider for two years at $4.95M four days prior to the Brassard extension. The Rangers signed free agent Dan Boyle to shore
Rangers agree to terms with forward Lee Stempniak
times. Stempniak will earn $900,000 next season. That gives the Rangers about $12 million in salary cap space to sign restricted free agent forwards Derick Brassard, Mats Zuccarello, and Chris Kreider , and defenseman John Moore.
NHL takeaways: Habs 'throw everything' at NY, and plenty sticks
was injured when Rangers forward Chris Kreider crashed into him in Game 1. Despite ..... epic, Game 5 collapse. 2. F Chris Kreider , New York: Kreider was sensational ..... were facing elimination. Then Chris Kreider took a tripping penalty 22 seconds
Kings outlast Rangers 5-4 in double OT
Neither team played cautiously in overtime, trading good scoring chances and three fruitless power plays in the first extra period. King nearly ended it with a short-handed one-timer, and Chris Kreider failed to score on a breakaway.
Rangers' Stepan breaks jaw on hit from Prust
penalizing Prust. He hammered the point home Friday and took issue with Prust, who was critical of New York forward Chris Kreider 's collision with Carey Price in Game 1 that knocked the Canadiens' No. 1 goalie out of the series. ''Four referees
Rangers, Canadiens fight fiercely on and off ice
overtime win on Thursday. The Canadiens lost No. 1 goalie Carey Price for the rest of the series after Rangers forward Chris Kreider crashed into him while driving hard to the net. Things turned ugly in Game 3 when Montreal's Brandon Prust hit forward
Quick pushes Kings to brink of Stanley Cup
blocked, and the second was stopped by Quick. The Kings goalie was also on his toes just 8 seconds into the third when Chris Kreider came in alone but was stopped in tight. That eliminated the optimism the sold-out, towel-waving crowd had of
Which coast will claim the Cup when Kings battle Rangers?
Kings? It's time for wing Rick Nash to earn that big paycheck, but don't forget about 23-year-old forward Chris Kreider (10 points in 10 games), whose speed and fearlessness create opportunities. Aside from Lundqvist, New York's
Crown them: Gutsy LA Kings win Stanley Cup again
Kopitar raised it for the second time, while promising youngsters Toffoli and Tanner Pearson got their first turns. Chris Kreider scored a power-play goal and Brian Boyle added a tiebreaking short-handed goal late in the second period for the
Kings nearly fit for crown; take 3-0 lead over NYR
and the second was stopped by Quick. The Kings' goalie was also on his toes just 8 seconds into the third when Chris Kreider came in alone but was stopped in tight. That eliminated the optimism the sold-out, towel-waving crowd had of