The Rangers have long been the NHL’s most valuable and, arguably, most important franchise. When they’re going good, the league is as well. As a bold rebuild puts them back on the path to Stanley Cup contention, here’s a look at the 20 cards that best represent the hobby history of this legendary organization. 1. 1929-30 Rogers Peet #22 Frank Boucher With no sets released in the three years following the franchise debut in 1926, this incredibly scarce regional issue stands as both the first, and the greatest, card of any Ranger. The Rogers Peet set was a 48-card, multi-sport…

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