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New York Rangers History:
The post lock-out New York Rangers, under new head coach Tom Renney, have seen the team go from high priced veterans towards a group of talented young players such as Petr Prucha, Dominic Moore and Blair Betts, but the focus of the team still remains on superstar Jaromir Jagr. The New York Rangers were expected to struggle during the 2005-06 season but behind stellar performances by Swedish rookie goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, Martin Straka, Prucha and Jagr, the Rangers finished the season with their best record since 1993-94 (44-26-12).
During the 2005-2006 season, Jaromir Jagr broke the New York Rangers' single season points record with a first period assist in a 5-1 win against the New York Islanders on March 29, 2006. The assist gave him 110 points on the season breaking Jean Ratelle's record. Less than two weeks later on April 8th Jagr scored his 53rd goal of the season against the Boston Bruins, breaking the team record previously held by Adam Graves.
On April 4, the New York Rangers defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in a shootout 3-2 to clinch a playoff spot for the first time since the 1996-97 season. Two weeks later though, the new York Rangers lost to the Ottawa Senators 5-1 and due to wins by division rivals, the New Jersey Devils and the Philadelphia Flyers, the New York Rangers fell back to third place in the Atlantic Division to end the season.
In the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, the New York Rangers drew a matchup with the New Jersey Devils and were defeated in a four game sweep. In the process, they were outscored 17-4.
In the first game of the series, Jaromir Jagr suffered an undisclosed injury to his left shoulder, diminishing his usefulness as the series went on. Jagr missed game 2 of the series and was back in the lineup for game 3. He was held to 1 shot on net. On his first shift of the game in game 4, Jagr re-injured his shoulder and was unable to return.
After their early exit in the playoffs, the New York Rangers looked to free agency to improve next year’s team. Known for paying for over-priced veterans, the New York Rangers signed superstar Brendan Shanahan, who won three Stanley Cup Titles while playing for Detroit.
Shanahan joins a young and talented New York Rangers team led by Jaromir Jagr. He is expected to be a good complement to Jagr taking off some of the workload for the fellow veteran.
The New York Rangers also added forward Matt Cullen and defenseman Aaron Ward from the Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes.
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