MSG Networks releases 2022-23 New York Rangers broadcast schedule

The New York Rangers broadcast schedule from MSG Networks has been released. In total 69 regular season games and 5 preseason games will be on the docket.

It all begins next Monday when they take on the New York Islanders (9/26/22) with puck drop scheduled for 7 PM. The Rangers first regular season game on MSG Networks will be on October 13 versus the Minnesota Wild with coverage starting at 7:30 PM.

Per MSG Networks Press Release:

Sam Rosen, the recipient of the 2016 Foster Hewitt Memorial Award from the Hockey Hall of Fame, returns for his 39th season as the play-by-play voice of the Rangers, alongside analyst Joe Micheletti, back for his 17th season. Michelle Gingras will again provide in-game analysis, while also conducting player interviews throughout the pregame, postgame and each intermission. Host John Giannone will be joined in studio by former Rangers goalie and Emmy Award winning studio analyst Steve Valiquette for the network’s pregame, postgame and intermission coverage, along with legendary Rangers goalie and franchise icon Henrik Lundqvist for select games throughout the season. 

Versatile play-by-play announcer Kenny Albert returns for his 27th season as the radio voice of the Rangers, calling play-by-play action on ESPN 98.7 radio, with former Rangers captain Dave Maloney handling the analysis. Maloney will also contribute to the network’s television coverage during the season. Don La Greca will serve as the back-up play-by-play announcer for games on ESPN 98.7.

The action begins with preseason action, with five of the Rangers six exhibition games being broadcast on MSG. Fans can watch the October 5 exhibition contest against the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden on TNT starting at 7:00 PM.

2022-23 New York Rangers broadcast schedule

New York Rangers broadcast Henrik Lundqvist
Henrik Lundqvist (Photo ctsy MSG)

MSG Networks will be broadcasting 69 regular season games this season on either MSG, MSG2, or the MSGSN (formerly MSG+).

The remaining games will be on ABC, ESPN, ESPN+, and TNT. You can view that broadcast schedule here.

Note: All games airing on MSG Networks, in addition to the network’s pregame and postgame coverage, will also be available on MSG GO, the network’s live streaming and video on demand platform.

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