The New York Rangers falls within the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League. The Rangers play their home games at Madison Square Garden. The team is known as one of the oldest within the National Hockey League. New York received an expansion franchise in 1925. The team is one of the Original Six. The New York Rangers were the first NHL franchise in the US to ever win the Stanley Cup. To date the team has been one of the most successful winning the cup four times. They last won the cup in 1994.
Players of the New York Rangers sport the colors of red, white, and blue. The general manager of the team is Glen Sather. The head coach is Tom Renney and the captain is Jaromir Jagr. The New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup in the 1927 1928 season, 1932 1933 season, 1939 1940 season, and 1993 1994 season. The New York Rangers have captured the conference championships one times and division championships five time confirming them as one of the most successful teams within the National Hockey League.