The New York Rangers will do whatever takes, make whatever move they feel necessary, no matter how big, in order to move closer to their objective of winning it all. While most NHL teams have eschewed trading as a method of team building since the NHL introduced the salary cap era in 2005, the Rangers continue to make blockbuster deals at the NHL trade deadline in search of the missing piece of the puzzle. Eric Staal, Martin St. Louis and Rick Nash are just a few of the big names who've been brought to Broadway in a bid to also bring the Stanley Cup to the Big Apple.
NY Rangers Betting Lines Today
Have a good look at who the New York Rangers play next and pay close attention the game betting line to make sure it's a potential bet that piques your curiosity.
Here's where you will find the New York Rangers scores and schedule and few teams in the NHL enjoy a softer touch in terms of travel than the Rangers.
NY Rangers Standings Right Now
This is where you'll the up to date details on where the Rangers are located in the NHL standings in both the Metropolitan Division and in the overall Eastern Conference picture.
The Rangers ice a solid team, but playing in the NHL's deepest division, making progress will always be a challenge.
How To Win At NY Rangers Betting
With the close proximity of many of the Rangers' Metropolitan Division rivals, the Rangers can sometimes travel to games via bus. The Rangers rarely endure long road trips or play more than a dozen of their 82 regular-season games outside of their own time zone.
But where they pay for this easy travel load is in the area of back-to-back games. The Rangers are usually among the NHL leaders in this department every season, and wagering on a team in the second game in as many nights is not a formula for success.
Perhaps the most perplexing problem with the Rangers is that while they suit up many good players, in a division laden with superstars, there's no one on their team beyond goalie Henrik Lundqvist who can be considered an elite world-class talent.