The New York Rangers escaped last night with a shootout victory over the Carolina Hurricanes, 2-1. The offense, still struggling, was able to get something going in the 2nd when Canes goalie, Dan Ellis, was bowled over by Captain Ryan Callahan, leading to a Derek Stepan rebound goal.
They would not find the net again until the shootout, where Rick Nash and J.T. Miller would score two amazing goals to win the game.
Pistons point guard, Brandon Knight is no more. Not after what the Clippers DeAndre Jordan did to him, Sunday night.
Knight was left in the middle all alone as the Clips center came rumbling in. Chris Paul sent up the pass and Jordan posterized Knight. Continue reading
There was a lot of rightful concern for what happened to New York Rangers star, Marc Staal last night.
But a light and funny blooper happened at the end of the game that we can all get a laugh at.
Speedster Carl Hagelin tried to run out the clock last night during a 4-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers and temporarily forgot he plays hockey and not soccer. Continue reading
New York Rangers goalie, Henrik Lundqvist, appears in a new “This Is Sportscenter” commercial for ESPN.
This time around, they make light of the usually dapper Lundqvist in “Casual Friday”.
The New Jersey Devils beat the Pittsburgh Penguins today, 3-1. In this hockey world, we hate to give the Devil his due, but Martin Brodeur had the NHL highlight of the day, falling all over the place trying to stop a flying puck heading towards his net.
J.R. Smith ran with children who we’re participating in a halftime event on the Madison Square Garden court last night during the Knicks-Pistons game.
Is there really anything more I need to say to get you to watch?
Video Ahead! Continue reading
A week ago the New York Rangers finally opened their lockout-shortened season at Madison Square Garden against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Here is a fan’s video (mine) of the always fun player introductions, including all of our Blueshirts favorites: From Henrik Lundqvist, to the big trade get of Rick Nash, to the Captain, Ryan Callahan: Continue reading
Previously on the Jets:
Jets take on the Cardinals today, who they have had a lot of success against in recent years.
Possibly the most famous game between these two was the game that took place in 2008, when Packers great, Brett Favre, was in mid-season form against the Cardinals. He would throw a Jets record, 6 touchdown passes, over the course of the day.
Check out this high quality video of all those TDs:
Last time the Jets traveled to Seattle to face the Seahawks, it was a different team with Brett Favre at the helm. It was a loss, which ultimately helped keep the ball rolling for a Jets collapse and them missing the playoffs in Favre’s only season in NY.
But the ball most remember from this game is the large snowball DE Shaun Ellis threw at a fan in the crowd. Here is that video: