The New York Rangers are hungry for a Stanley Cup after an exciting season that saw them finish first in the Eastern Conference witha 7th division title and a trip to the playoffs that was cut short by archrival New Jersey. The Rangers are one of the best teams in the NHL; there is no way of getting around it. The 2013 Rangers season could easily be just as successful as last season, if not more so. Young guns on the Rangers’ offense have proven that they could help shape this franchise during the upcoming season and none are more touted than Chris Kreider. Kreider scored 5 goals in last season’s playoffs and two of them were game winning, proving that with time could become a vital part of the Ranger’s offense. Then there’s the 21-year old Michael Del Zotto, who had a career best last season with a total of 10 goals and 31 assists. Marián Gáborík led the Rangers in overall goals with an impressive total of 41, and Brad Richards led them in assists with 41. These are all players that will be returning to the team in the 2013 NHL season and will help make the Rangers a top-contender in the Eastern Conference and a possible candidate for the Stanley Cup. Don’t miss this season this the New York Rangers by getting your tickets with Gold Coast Tickets today!
The New York Rangers represent the city of New York, New York in the NHL and play hockey in the Atlantic division of the Eastern Conference. The club is based in Manhattan and play their home games at the Madison Square Garden. The Rangers are members of the “Original Six” hockey teams of the NHL and the 2013 NHL season will be the club’s 86th season of play. The Rangers have gone on to claim 4 Stanley Cups, the last time being in the 1993-94 season against the Vancouver Canucks. They have also claimed 7 division titles and been awarded the Presidents’ Trophy twice. The Ranger’s most heated rivalry is with the New Jersey Devils, which is often referred to as the Hudson River rivalry. For more information on the New York Rangers, visit their website at: http://rangers.nhl.com/