Complete Preview and Predictions for the New York Rangers in 2015-16

October 5th, 2015 by Carol Schram Leave a reply »
It's tough to get to the top—and even tougher to stay there.

The New York Rangers earned the 2014-15 Presidents' Trophy after finishing first overall in the NHL standings—a feat the franchise hadn't accomplished since its last Stanley Cup season in 1993-94.

Ranked third in the NHL both offensively and defensively, the Rangers proved to be a balanced team that could battle through adversity, especially when goaltender Henrik Lundqvist missed nearly two months of action because of a throat injury.

With most of the usual suspects returning for another season, coach Alain Vigneault took a positive approach when asked if the Rangers' Stanley Cup window is still open.

"Are we in our window, and how many years is that window? We're a good team. I'm going to let the experts decide if we're in the window or not," Vigneault told Dan Rosen of

Here's the outlook for the Rangers in 2015-16.

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