Tim Erixon Settling In With New York Rangers

via The Rangers Tribune Marc Staal’s post-concussion headaches, leading to his absence from the lineup, have taken a major blow to the Ranger defense. Your blue-line will never be the same without its best player, and that’s a pretty simple concept to grasp if you ask me. In Staal’s absence, though, opportunities have arose for

John Fischer of In Lou We Trust Breaks Down Kovalchuk’s Breakaway Beauty

Check out John Fischer’s August 15th piece entitled “NJ Devils Goal Breakdown: Ilya Kovalchuk’s Breakaway Beauty on 2/18/2011” on the In Lou We Trust blog. Excerpt I spent a good chunk of the offseason looking at the goals against the New Jersey Devils, separated by goaltenders Johan Hedberg and Martin Brodeur. While valuable, it’s not

Tim Erixon trade could be a steal for the New York Rangers

Tim Erixon is the son of one of the more unheralded and popular Rangers from the 80’s and 90’s teams. Jan, known strictly for his defense was a forward but his son is a defenseman, which stands to reason and make no mistake about it, he can play and his dad has had an impact

Rangers acquire, sign Tim Erixon

The New York Rangers obtained the rights to defenseman Tim Erixon and a fifth-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft from the Calgary Flames on Wednesday in exchange for forward Roman Horak and a pair of second-round picks in the 2011 Entry Draft. The Rangers then signed Erixon, a first-round selection by the Flames in

Blueshirts Acquire Skelleftea’s Oscar Lindberg from Coyotes For Werek

The New York Rangers made a deal on Sunday afternoon as they acquired forward Oscar Lindberg from the Phoenix Coyotes in exchange for Ethan Werek. Lindberg, 19, skated in 41 games with Skelleftea in the Swedish Elite League this season, tallying 5 goals and 9 assists, along with 31 penalty minutes. He also appeared in