Broadway Babies: How the New York Rangers Should Keep Their Scoring Young Stars

November 23rd, 2010 by Benjamin Benya Leave a reply »
This year has been a different breed from the New York Rangers than expected. With a quarter of the season completed, New York sits above .500 and in a comfortable position to continue moving up the Eastern Conference leader board.

How they got there, though, is the unconventional part, when compared to the past few years of action.

New York hasn’t gone on any major win streaks. They’ve played well through injury. Their backup goaltending is performing as well, if not better, than their starters. And perhaps most importantly, they’re getting huge performances out of their budding young stars.

Huge performances we’ve waited upwards of four years for.

New York’s core of forwards, led by Ryan Callahan, Brandon Dubinsky, Brian Boyle, and Artem Anisimov, have all been spectacular and are on pace for career years on Broadway. They’ve alleviated the stress constantly placed on star winger Marian Gaborik to score goals and yet, are still underrated as the the threats they’re becoming.

But Rangers fans are on the edge of their seats for more reasons that just the excitement on the ice. The pensive, cau ...

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