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Having won a slew of trophies and championship titles, the New York Rangers are right at home in the limelight — although they did experience a few dry seasons back in the late 90s and early 2000s. These four-time Stanley Cup winners have won two conference crowns, seven division championships and three Presidents’ Trophies.
Mark Messier, often called the greatest Ranger of all time — and the only player in league history to captain two professional teams to their championships — is perhaps the most famous man to ever play for the team. A recipient of the Order of Canada, Messier was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2007.
Other famous Rangers include Brian Leetch, Mike Richter and Rod Gilbert, to name a few. The team’s current lineup consists of star players like Artemi Panarin, Henrik Lundqvist and Jacob Trouba. You can catch these players in action on MSG Network, which broadcasts most New York Rangers games except those covered by national or regional blackouts.
How to stream the New York Rangers
For those who prefer to stream New York Rangers action, NHL.TV carries some out-of-market games. But you won’t be able to view live Rangers matchups on NHL.TV if you’re located in the team’s home region.
Fortunately, several leading streaming services give you access to live Rangers games even if you don’t have a cable subscription. Note, however, that additional package fees may apply depending on your TV provider. And there may be restrictions when it comes to viewing select broadcasts.
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|Monthly price||$54.99/mo. year one, $110/mo. year two||$65-$80||$54.99||$54.99||$30-$45||$49.99|
How to watch the New York Rangers on cable
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Upcoming New York Rangers schedule
Date; Time; Opponent; Location
All game times are EDT
March 11; 10 p.m.; Colorado Avalanche; Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
March 14; 9 p.m.; Arizona Coyotes; Gila River Arena, Glendale, AZ
March 16; 7 p.m.; Calgary Flames; Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
March 18; 7:30 p.m.; Pittsburgh Penguins; Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
March 20; 7 p.m.; Pittsburgh Penguins; PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
March 22; 3 p.m.; Buffalo Sabres; KeyBank Center, Buffalo, NY
March 24; 7 p.m.; Columbus Blue Jackets; Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
March 26; 7 p.m.; Washington Capitals; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 28; 7 p.m.; Tampa Bay Lightning; Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
March 30; 7 p.m.; Florida Panthers; BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL
April 1; 7:30 p.m.; Philadelphia Flyers; Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
April 2; 7 p.m.; Pittsburgh Penguins; PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
April 4; 1 p.m.; Chicago Blackhawks; Madison Square Garden, New York, NY