New York Rangers Postseason
As one of the Original Six NHL franchises, Rangers fans have a long and illustrious postseason history to look back upon. Since 1926, the Rangers have made it to the playoffs 53 times, won two President's Trophies and captured four Stanley Cups.
The Rangers' championships in 1933 and 1940 are owed to Hall of Fame greats like Neil Colville, Bill Cook, Art Coulter and Bryan Hextall. In recent years, those who remember the moments of the Rangers' 1994 title think of the stellar play of Mike Richter, Mark Messier, Adam Graves and Brian Leetch.
The road to the Stanley Cup in 1994 was one of the most unlikely stories in NHL history. After a series of trade deadline deals that netted a group of playoff-proven veterans, the Rangers blazed a storm through the postseason by knocking off the New York Islanders, Washington Capitals and their archrival, New Jersey Devils. In the Stanley Cup Finals, the Rangers would face the Vancouver Canucks and end their 54-year title drought with a thrilling Game 7 victory.
The Rangers always seem to be in the thick of the postseason hunt, and their committed fanbase is eager to hang another banner from the rafters in Madison Square Garden.
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