As of 2017, four.
New York won a total of eight Stanley Cups (NY Islanders - 4, NY Rangers - 4).
The New York Rangers won 4 Stanley Cups: * 1928 * 1933 * 1940 * 1994
1941 to 1993, 53 seasons. The Rangers won Stanley Cup in both 1940 and 1994.
NY Rangers has up until the 2011-12 playoffs won the Stanley Cup on four occations, the last time being 1994.
The Montreal Canadiens is the only team in NHL history to have won 5 Stanley Cups in a row. They accomplished that feat between 1956 and 1960 inclusively. They also won 4 straight cups from 1976 to 1979. Other streaks worth noting are the NY Islanders who won 4 cups in a row from 1980 to 1983. The Edmonton Oilers won 4 in 5 years (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988)The Montreal Canadiens from 1956 to 1960, winning 5 Stanley Cups.
This is actually not a great question... the Wings lost their first Stanley Cup Finals in 1933 to the NY Rangers. In 1934 they didn't make it to the finals and in 1935 they won, defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs.
4 US born goalies have won the Stanley Cup. Tom Barrasso was the first in 1991. He repeated in 1992 with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Mike Richter won in 1994 with the NY Rangers. Tim Thomas won it in 2011 with the Boston Bruins and Jonathan Quick won in 2012 with the LA Kings.
As of the end of the 2011 season, The NY Yankees have won 27 World Series, the NY Giants have won four Super Bowls, the NY Jets have won one Super Bowl, the NY Knicks have won two NBA finals the Mets won twice, the Islanders won four times and the Rangers won four times.
1979 - Montreal Canadiens vs NY Rangers
Yes, the Los Angeles Kings have won the Stanley Cup twice, once in 2012, defeating the New Jersey Devils 4 games to 2, and defeating the NY Rangers 4 games to 1 in 2014. They also made it to the finals in 1993, but lost to Montreal.