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Rangers Prospect Scott Stajcer Gets Into an AHL Goalie Fight With P.K. Subban’s Brother, Malcolm

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The Providence Bruins and Hartford Wolfpack had an entertaining game on Sunday night highlighted by a goalie fight.

Boston Bruins and New York Rangers prospects were involved in it, with Montreal Canadiens defenseman, P.K. Subban’s brother, Malcolm, going head to head with Blueshirts up-and-comer, Scott Stajcer. Continue reading

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Rangers Fire John Tortorella

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The New York Rangers and GM Glen Sather fired head coach, John Tortorella, today after a team slated for the Stanley Cup Finals came up short.

The Blueshirts, eliminated by the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals after 5 games, were a flawed and inconsistent team all season.  In a season where many are to blame, the hammer was dropped on Torts. Continue reading

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Chris Kreider Scores OT Game Winner in Game 4 To Avoid a Bruins Sweep and Keep the Rangers Alive

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Chris Kreider took a pass from Rick Nash and scoring an overtime-winning goal to help the New York Rangers avoid a sweep at the hands of the Boston Bruins.

Struggling through the lockout shortened season, perhaps there is no more appropriate Blueshirt to help extend the season for at least one more game. Continue reading

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Boston Bruins Up 3-0: Time To Relive The Greatest Choke In NHL History

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The Bruins took a 3-0 series lead over the New York Rangers Tuesday night, pushing their series to the brink.

Rangers look like they are done, after all, how many teams have ever blown a 3-0 lead in NHL Playoffs History?

Well, for one, the Bruins. Continue reading

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Henrik Lundqvist’s Back To Back Shutouts Push The Rangers Past The Washington Capitals To The Second Round Against The Bruins

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Henrik Lundqvist had 35 saves for his second consecutive elimination game shutout and the Rangers scored 5 goals to beat the Washington Capitals in their series ending Game 7.

Arron Asham had the first goal, which led to four more from Taylor Pyatt, Michael Del Zotto, Ryan Callahan, and Mats Zuccarello.

But the story tonight, is the King, who over two games had one of the greatest performances in NHL post-season history. Continue reading

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Rangers Finally Get A Win: Marian Gaborik’s Hat Trick Beats The Bruins

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Marian Gaborik completed the first Hat Trick of the season and Taylor Pyatt added another in a Rangers victory over the Bruins, Thursday night.

After two straight losses, New York found a way to finally break through early – with Gaborik scoring two goals in the first period to stake out an early lead and stop Tuukka Rask’s momentum.

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Locked Out of the Win Column: The Rangers and Tonight’s Rematch With the Bruins

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The New York Rangers, a team many a pundit have picked to go as far as raising Lord Stanley’s Cup this year, are as far as they can be from that today: two games, two losses.

Both losses have come against sure rivals for that cup: the Boston Bruins and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

What has gone wrong with a team believed to be destined for greatness?

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NHL 2013 Season Preview: Part 2 – The Players, The Awards, The Predictions

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Moving on from yesterday’s conference and playoff predictions, now we come to more of an individual area of awards and some random predictions I will make that perhaps one or two can come true.

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NHL 2013 Season Preview: Part 1 – The Route to the Stanley Cup

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The NHL season has finally arrived…only 3 months late.  A short season allows for some crazy things to happen in the standings.  Here are my conference predictions for the East and the West.

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