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New York Rangers vs Carolina Hurricanes hockey tickets  MSG 12 1 GREAT SEATS
New York Rangers vs Carolina Hurricanes hockey tickets MSG 12 1 GREAT SEATS

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New York Rangers vs Florida Panthers hockey tickets MSG 11 28 GREAT SEATS

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NEW YORK RANGERS V FLORIDA PANTHERS TICKETS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 2017
NEW YORK RANGERS V FLORIDA PANTHERS TICKETS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 2017

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2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Rangers Tickets Tuesday 12 5 17

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New York Rangers vs New Jersey Devils 4 3 2018 2 TICKETS
New York Rangers vs New Jersey Devils 4 3 2018 2 TICKETS

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New York Rangers New Jersey Devils 12 9 17 Tickets Row 3 Aisle
New York Rangers New Jersey Devils 12 9 17 Tickets Row 3 Aisle

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New York Rangers New Jersey Devils 12 9 17 MSG Upper Center Tickets
New York Rangers New Jersey Devils 12 9 17 MSG Upper Center Tickets

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New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers 1 16 18 Tickets Row 3 Aisle

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New York Rangers Dallas Stars 12 11 17 Tickets Row 3 Aisle
New York Rangers Dallas Stars 12 11 17 Tickets Row 3 Aisle

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New York Rangers Toronto Maple Leafs 12 23 17 Tickets Row 3 Aisle

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New York Rangers Anaheim Ducks Tickets 12 19 17 Row 3 Aisle

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New York Rangers Buffalo Sabres 1 18 18 Tickets Row 3 Aisle

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New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers 1 16 18 Tickets First Row Center Ice
New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers 1 16 18 Tickets First Row Center Ice

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New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers 1 16 18 MSG Upper Center Tickets
New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers 1 16 18 MSG Upper Center Tickets

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New York Rangers Dallas Stars 12 11 17 Tickets First Row Center Ice
New York Rangers Dallas Stars 12 11 17 Tickets First Row Center Ice

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One of the "Original Six" franchises the history of the New York Rangers goes back to the 1926-27 season when Madison Square Garden president, after witnessing the success of the New York Americans, decided he wanted a franchise, setting them up to play in the famous arena he presided over. The arena's close proximity to Times Square and the club's jersey colors earned the team the nickname "The Broadway Blueshirts", a moniker that has stuck with them for the better part of a century.

The Rangers would go on to win the American division in their inaugural year, but bowed out to the Boston Bruins in the playoffs that season. However, they wouldn't be stopped the following year. The club defeated the Montreal Maroons 3 games to 2 in a hard-fought 5 game series, to take home the 1928 Stanley Cup. In 1932-33, led by Frank Boucher, won the Stanley Cup for the second time, this time taking out Charlie Conacher and the talented Toronto Maple Leafs in the finals.

The New York Rangers would capture their third Stanley Cup in the 1939-40 season, again defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs to capture the silver chalice. Little did Rangers' fans know how long a wait they had in store for them before they would see their beloved Blueshirts hoist the cup once more.

For more than a half century the Rangers endured year after year of futility in what turned into one of the longest droughts in professional sports. Despite playing in a league with only six teams from 1940-1967 they couldn't manage to reach the pinnacle of hockey glory again, watching Original Six brethren the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings all win during that span.

Following the NHL's expansion in the 1967-68 season the Rangers didn't fare any better. They reached the 1972 and 1979 Stanley Cup Finals, but lost to the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens respectively, forcing their fans to wait even longer for Stanley Cup glory.

The Messier Years and the Return of the Stanley Cup to New York

Over the years of "The Drought" several stars donned New York Rangers jerseys. Phil Esposito, Rod Gilbert, Jean Ratelle, Vic Hadfield and Andy Bathgate all put up impressive numbers for the Rangers, but none of these stars could deliver the silver chalice the fans desperately craved. However, a fateful trade prior to the start of the 1991-92 season would give the fans new hope. On October 4th, 1991 Mark Messier, a fierce competitor, and 5 time Stanley Cup champion was acquired from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for Bernie Nicholls, Louie Debrusk and Steven Rice. With Messier came a culture of winning, and it seemed only a matter of when, not if, the Rangers would end their long time drought.

As it turned out they didn't have to wait long. In 1994 Messier delivered the cup to a city that had been denied it for 54 long years. Messier cemented his legend when in a crucial semi-final game against the New Jersey Devils, and the Rangers on the brink of elimination, he guaranteed victory. He put his money where his mouth was, scoring a hat trick and helping the Rangers live to fight another day. They would win game 7, and set up a date with the Vancouver Canucks in the Stanley Cup Finals.

Once again the Rangers would be taken to the limit, but with Messier's leadership, the incredible back-end presence of Brian Leetch, and the spectacular goaltending of Mike Richter the Rangers managed to outduel Pavel Bure, Trevor Linden and the rest of a talented Canucks squad, defeating them 3-2 in game 7 of the finals and finally returning the Stanley Cup to New York City.

Unfortunately for Rangers fans, that magical night in 1994 would mark not the beginning of a dynasty, but instead the start of a new drought. The Rangers have gone 16 more years without making it back to the Stanley Cup Finals. Though the current team seems unlikely to challenge for the cup anytime soon they do boast some of the game's brightest stars, and fans can cheer on stars like sniper Marian Gaborik and goaltender Henrik Lundqvist while they wait for another taste of glory.