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Kreider Still Not Close

Steve Zipay at Newsday ran into Chris Kreider (broken left hand) in the Rangers locker room yesterday and reports that while the 22-year old forward is dying to play he’s still not close. Those close to the team have put Kreider’s return somewhere in the second round if the Rangers are able to advance past the […]

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Rangers Dominate Puck Possession in Game One

It was pretty obvious from watching Thursday night’s Game 1 that the Rangers were in possession of the puck far more often than their counter-parts the Flyers. But actually how dominant were they? How about these stats… The Rangers outshot the Flyers 35 to 15, including 13 to 1 in the third period. Yes, the […]

Saturday (4/19/14) Headlines

Bergen Record - NHL: Playoffs bring out best in Rangers’ Brian Boyle New York Post – Is Steve Mason coming to the Flyers’ rescue in Game 2? New York Post - It’s unlikely the Flyers will flake again in Game 2 New York Post - Rangers know they can have a nice, short series Daily News - Flyers forced to adjust for […]

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Mason Practices, Could Be Back on Sunday; Berube Going Back to What Worked

This morning, Flyers goaltender Steve Mason (upper body injury) practiced for the first time since Tuesday taking shots from a trio of teammates at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan. After the session, Mason said he felt good and that it’s his goal to be back between the pipes for Game 2 on Sunday, but he wouldn’t […]

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How Richards Won Game 1 for the Rangers

…if Richards can continue to do this on the power play, while not being a liability at even strength he’s going to be an integral part of the Rangers postseason success. …btw, how about McDonagh losing his mind celebrating Stepan’s goal. Eff’n love him! Here’s some pretty awesome video of Richards being given the Broadway […]

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Friday (4/18/14) Headlines

Bergen Record - Rangers’ Brad Richards stars in Game 1 after sitting in playoffs last year Bergen Record - Rangers notebook: Ryan McDonagh shakes off rust in Game 1 New York Post –  Rangers roll past chippy Flyers for Game 1 win Daily News - Brad Richards helps propel NY Rangers past Flyers, 4-1, in Game 1 Daily News […]

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Rangers 4, Flyers 1

The New York Rangers defeated the Philadelphia Flyers by the score of 4-1 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, tonight. For a box score, go to Yahoo! Sports. …so, pretty much everything we all said the Rangers needed to do to win this series they did to perfection tonight. They walked away from […]

Rangers vs. Flyers (Game 1)

The New York Rangers host the Philadelphia Flyers for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals at Madison Square Garden starting at 7:00 p.m. For a preview, visit Yahoo! Sports. TV: MSG Radio: ESPN Radio (98.7 FM) Live Stream (Don’t click on ads in stream, may download virus): http://gofirstrowus.eu/watch/254610/1/watch-new-york-rangers-vs-philadelphia-flyers.html Probable Line-up: Nash-Stepan-St. Louis Pouliot-Brassard-Zuccarello Hagelin-Richards-Fast Boyle-Moore-Dorsett McDonagh-Girardi Staal-Stralman Moore-Klein […]

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Fast Takes Maintenance Morning, But Will Play; Mason Questionable for Game 2

There was some confusion at practice this morning as Jesper Fast joined Chris Kreider as the only two Rangers not on the ice for this morning’s practice. However, Craig Berube says that Steve Mason (upper body injury) is doing better and will rejoin the team in New York tomorrow, but he’s not sure if his […]

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Radio: Vigneault Says Team Won’t Change How They Play in Postseason

Yesterday, Alain Vigneault was a guest on the Michael Kay Radio Show (ESPN Radio) and discussed his team’s game plan for the playoffs… …not that I thought the Rangers would, but it’s great to hear Vigneault confirm that his team will continue with the same game plan that was so successful this season. As I […]

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Rangers Haven’t Spoken With Richards About Buyout

The only certainties in life are death, taxes and that Brad Richards will be bought out this summer. Despite a renaissance this season, which saw the 33-year old hit the 20 goal mark for the ninth time in his career, his contract, which still has six years, $6.67M per left, remains an albatross around the […]

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