NHL Preseason New York Rangers Tickets

This professional ice hockey team from the National Hockey League’s ranks hails from Manhattan, New York. The New York Rangers function in the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference. As the League’s regular season draws closer, the preseason is underway with games, preparation and the works. NHL Preseason New York Rangers tickets are available for the preseason games at Madison Square Garden in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The New York Rangers will be facing the Philadelphia Flyers, the New Jersey Devils and the Chicago Blackhawks, this September. The first game will be with the New Jersey Devils on September 22, followed by the Flyers on September 29. The Rangers will face the Chicago Blackhawks in early October. The games at Madison Square Garden are home games for the Rangers, giving them a slightly more comfortable position in the moment than they’re opponents. But this is no cause for them to take it easy.

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The Philadelphia Flyers have a stellar past in the NHL and are also considered the Rangers’ biggest rival. They have won the Stanley Cup twice and snagged the championships in their conference eight times, most recently in 2009-2010. They have won also won sixteen division championships, starting from 1967 and coming up till 2011. Their record win percentage is the second best in the National Hockey League, second only to the Montreal Canadiens, by just 1.1%. They have landed in the League’s semi-finals the most number of times, out of all the competing teams. The consistency shown in their track record is commendable, which makes the team a very strong and formidable opponent. The Rangers’ will also be facing the Chicago Blackhawks. The Blackhawks won the 2012-2013 Stanley Cup, in addition to four other Stanley Cup wins, which makes them a prime target for the Rangers. They have also won three conference championships, two president’s trophies and fifteen divisional championships, the most recent wins in all three categories being in 2012-2013. The team is one of the original six NHL teams, along with the New York Rangers.

The New Jersey Devils also hail from the Metropolitan Division of the Hockey League’s Eastern Conference. They almost had five Stanley Cups in the bag, but left the rink with three wins, the most recent of which was in the 2002-2003 season. They have won five conference championships and nine divisional championships. The Devils have moved to an offensive line of action over the years, and are known to have a strong rivalry with the New York Rangers and the Philadelphia Flyers. Nothing makes a game more entertaining than a solid rivalry, and that’s what the Cheap New York Rangers tickets offer ice hockey fans. Whether you’re visiting the city or are a local, a peek into the intense national ice hockey circuit is bound to be a great experience.

With the opponents in mind, we see that the New York Rangers are a definite threat, as the rivalries suggest. The Rangers are the part of the Hockey League’s original six teams. They have won the esteemed Stanley Cup four times in their career, their last win being in the 1993-1994 season. Out of their two conference championships, however, the last one is as recent as the 2013-2014 season. They have also won two president’s trophies and seven divisional championships. When it comes to this season’s Metropolitan Division standings, the Rangers are way up there – with forty-five wins and thirty-one losses - second only to Pittsburgh. This is a great step-up from last season’s performance, where they had twenty-six wins and eighteen losses. However there has been a significant rise in the number of games they have lost, which they need to take note of and try to make up for immediately. Mats Zuccarello of the Rangers is a definite threat to opposing players on the ice. He has managed forty assists and nineteen goals so far into the season. Rick Nash is another player to look out for. Nash has eleven years of experience under his belt and a whopping 336 goals in his entire career. This season he’s scored twenty-six goals and thirteen assists.

It's just the beginning of the hockey season, and all those who still haven’t jumped in and started keeping score – this is your chance. It’s a great opportunity to root for your favorites and see whether they still stand where the stood or if they might be in trouble, and also to judge who this season’s stars will be. Grab your New York Rangers tickets now.