Magnus Nygren

#36D,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 192
Born:
Birth Place: Karlstad, Sweden
Draft: 2011 4th round (113th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • It’s New York Rangers day at PHT
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    It’s New York Rangers day at PHT

    After plodding their way to a frustrating series loss against the Penguins in 2015-16, Alain Vigneault changed the New York Rangers’ style, and it worked in 2016-17. The Rangers’ experience ranks up there as maybe the most indicative of just how ridiculously stacked the Metropolitan Division was. The Rangers were one of nine teams in the NHL to generate at least 100 standings poitns (in their case, 102), finishing just one behind the Montreal Canadiens, who won the Atlantic Division.

  • Poll: Is Henrik Lundqvist still an elite goalie?
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    Poll: Is Henrik Lundqvist still an elite goalie?

    The 2016-17 season was an interesting one for New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist. After dropping five of eight games between Nov. 18 and Dec. 6, the Rangers goalie sat for four consecutive games, as Antti Raanta took over between the pipes. When he got back in goal, Lundqvist responded by winning three consecutive starts over Dallas, Nashville and New Jersey (he gave up just three goals in those three games).

  • New York Americans: How the NHL came to Madison Square Garden
    The Hockey Writers

    New York Americans: How the NHL came to Madison Square Garden

    This article was originally written in June, 2012. The first National Hockey League team to claim home ice in New York City played at Madison Square Garden and wore red, white, and blue uniforms. This team was not the New York Rangers, but they were responsible for the Rangers coming into existence, and become the Rangers’ first rival during the early years of the NHL. The New York Americans The New York Americans were one of the first expansion teams in the National Hockey League. The club was founded by Thomas Duggan, who was awarded options for three expansion franchises in the United States in 1923. One of these franchises was awarded to New York, and was purchased by “Big Bill” Dwyer, who