There is the Bruce and Tammy Fox from Jericho, L.I., via Queens, who had those Rangers’ season tickets from 1972-2009, first row right above the old Budweiser sign in Section 55 (or Section 1, depending on the year).
Nearly 20 current and former NHL players came together Thursday to help Smashfest, the NHLPA-supported Charity Ping-Pong Challenge founded by Dominic Moore, reach the million-dollar mark in its eighth year at Steam Whistle Brewing.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have acquired defenseman John Marino from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for a conditional 2021 sixth-round draft pick, it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Jim Rutherford.
Within three months, Adam Fox went from being a junior defenseman at Harvard, to having his professional rights traded for the second time, to turning pro, to signing a contract with the Rangers, the team he grew up rooting for, to playing for Team USA in the men’s World Championship in Slovakia, to now showing up for development camp this week in Stamford, Conn., along with a handful of other hopefuls in an organization now stocked with them.
Imagine you are a lifelong Rangers fan. Maybe you grew up in Queens, playing roller hockey at a time when every neighborhood had its own team. Maybe you even had Rangers season tickets, first with your father, and then later, after you’d moved to Long Island and started a family, with your sons.
Glens Falls, NY – The Adirondack Thunder, proud ECHL affiliate of the New Jersey Devils, announced today that it has signed defenseman Desmond Bergin to a standard player contract for the 2018-2019 season.
Patrice Bergeron turned 33 on Tuesday, some six weeks before participating in his 15th Bruins training camp. When the full squad hits the ice in Brighton on Sept. 10, there will be little doubt about the No. 1 center, even after offseason groin surgery. He may need a few weeks to get up to speed, but Bergeron will be discussed in pregame strategy meetings leaguewide.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Former men's hockey ice player Mike Seward has been awarded the prestigious Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship by the NCAA, the organization announced Tuesday (May 8). Seward, who graduated from Harvard magna cum laude in 2015 as an organismic and evolutionary biology concentrator, and is currently enrolled at Harvard Medical School, will receive a $24,000 grant towards his studies.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard men's ice hockey will be represented by four former student-athletes in the 2018 National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs, which begin tonight. Junior Ryan Donato '19 (Boston Bruins), Alexander Kerfoot '17 (Colorado Avalanche), Alex Killorn '12 (Tampa Bay Lightning), and Dominic Moore '03 (Toronto Maple Leafs) will all compete for the Stanley Cup.
Jennifer Botterill '02-03, Dominic Moore '03, Carl Morris '03, Dan Shevchik '03, and Tiffany Whitton Gould '03 will be inducted into the Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame during a dinner and induction ceremony at the Harvard Club of Boston's Downtown Clubhouse on Saturday, October 13.
Not missing a beat from his starring roles with the U.S. Olympic team and Harvard University, Ryan Donato had a goal and two assists Monday night in his NHL debut for the Boston Bruins, who fell to the Columbus Blue Jackets, 5-4, in overtime.
The crowd at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville is never quiet. But when Jimmy Vesey got hit in the head with a backwards shoulder-elbow combination from Predators forward Filip Forsberg on Feb. 3, he felt the noise of those 17,113 dimming — and the Rangers young forward knew something was wrong.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Junior forward Ryan Donato and former Harvard standout Noah Welch '05 will begin competition with the 2018 U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey team tomorrow morning in Pyeongchang, South Korea