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4.3

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First time Rangers Game

- New York

I’m so glad we booked to come and see the New York Rangers ice hockey at Madison square garden. Great atmosphere and so glad they won too

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Rangers v colorado

- New York

Excellent view even from near the back where i was. It was non stop action and excitment.

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Rangers at MSG: recommended experience for fans

- New York

Seeing your favorite team compete live is worth all the expense and travel. It's very exciting to be in the "World's Most Famous Arena" and feel the energy from the fans and be a part of the cheers. Besides the game itself, there are extra components like pre-game video projections, intermission entertainment, and t-shirt tosses that add to the fan's enjoyment. I recommend trying out seating in different areas; the Bridges, the Blue Seats, the 200s level, the 100s level. Each area will give you a different perspective than just the regular old television view of the action. MSG is of course an expensive venue to attend, especially if you add food and souvenirs to your trip. But it's worth it to do a few times a season. I recommend the Daily Burger as the best food to get.

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Best ice hockey show !

- New York

Coming from Switzerland with also good hockey the show in Madison was another dimension!

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Opening night 2018

- New York

Incredible atmosphere. Pregame and midgame show were amazing, over my and my wife’s and daughters expectations. I think we might have some new hockeyfans:) The game was also good though it was a Rangers loss and the first (?) game of the season.

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The Rangers play was less than expected :(

- New York

It was the season opener hoping for a Ranger win but wasn't meant to be

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GOOD!

- New York

This was my "Dream Trip" and I was not disappointed.

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Security nightmare

- New York

I would definitely not recommend going to another Ranger game to anyone ever again. Security was very rude they treat us like criminals they went through my son's backpack he is 35 years old and I am 61 years old they took a peanut butter and jelly sandwich that he had leftover from lunch out and made him throw it away it was totally outrageous and not to mention we missed the start of the hockey game because they could not move fast enough.. I am in the line of security work myself... no reason to treat people like that I understand the need for security security these days but there's no reason to treat people like this..

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- New York

The event was fun. The hulu theatre is a nice location. I liked being able to hear from the new Rangers.

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New York Rangers draft party was awesome

- New York

No words can explain how great the event was just have to be there

Information

New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden

The New York Rangers cast an eye toward the future as they embark on another season at Madison Square Garden, the 92nd season in the franchise's history. The Garden, located in the heart of Manhattan and named for President James Madison, opened in 1968 and is among the most-booked venues in the world. The arena, which sits atop Penn Station, is accessible on more than two dozen rail lines. The Garden is the oldest venue in the NHL, but has undergone millions of dollars in renovations in recent years. Visitors to New York can choose from world-class museums, theaters, opera, restaurants, landmarks — thousands of activities in addition to top-quality hockey.

The home season opens Oct. 4 against the Nashville Predators. 

New York Rangers 2018-19 season

As they set out on the 2018-19 campaign, the Rangers will look to develop their young talent under the watchful eyes of new head coach David Quinn, who was hired in May following a five-year stint as the head coach at Boston University. In February of the 2017-18 season, the organization announced its decision to focus on the future in its efforts to build the next perennial Stanley Cup® Championship contender. The Rangers then made a series of trades for high-level prospects in exchange for their veteran players, several of whom are likely to see the Garden ice this upcoming season. The Rangers were led in scoring last year by Mats Zuccarello (53 points), Mika Zibanejad (47), Kevin Hayes (44) and Pavel Buchnevich (43).

New York Rangers History

The Rangers, one of the "Original Six" NHL teams, were founded in 1926 by Tex Rickard. The New York media nicknamed the team Tex's Rangers, a play on the famed law enforcers Texas Rangers. 

The team has won four Stanley Cup® Championships, the first of which came in only their second season (1928) and the most recent in 1994, beating Vancouver in Game 7 to break a 54-year drought and send Cup-starved fans into a frenzy. 

The Rangers' 2017-18 campaign broke a string of seven consecutive seasons in which the team reached the Playoffs — including the 2013-14 campaign, which ended in a five-game series loss to the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup® Finals.

Among the Hall of Famers to don the Rangers sweater: Andy Bathgate, Eric Lindros, Phil Esposito, and Wayne Gretzky. Nine players have had their number retired by the team – Bathgate, Ed Giacomin, Rod Gilbert, Adam Graves, Harry Howell, Brian Leetch, Mark Messier, Jean Ratelle and Mike Richter. Herb Brooks (1937-2003), who coached the Rangers from 1981-85, also coached the U.S. Olympic hockey team to its "Miracle on Ice" victory over the Soviet Union and on to a gold medal in the 1980 Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid, N.Y.