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The Rangers come into Sunday's game having had two days off to watch video, listen to the coaches and stew over their 3-2 overtime loss. If the combination of the three aforementioned factors isn't enough to have them come out breathing fire, the specter of having to come back from another 2-0 deficit should be. Coach John Tortorella in Saturday's press conference hinted at changes, but indicat...
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New York Rangers coach John Tortorella lost his temper on referee Dan O’Halloran after the second period ended when a punch to captain Ryan Callahan’s head was not called.  You can’t read Tortorella’s lips too well, but you can tell that it is an f-bomb laced tirade and he is clearly not asking O’Halloran to grab a beer with him after the game. [YouTube]

John Tortorella speaks after the Rangers Game 2 loss to the Bruins

Video courtesy of our friends at Bruins Daily, stop by and visit their blog, you won't be disappointed. This is one of the longer press conferences you will probably see from New York Rangers head coach John Tortorella. This post game presser lasted a grand total of 02:14, that's pretty impressive if you ask me.

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Two Eastern Conference Playoff Games On The NHL Schedule Today

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Friday (5/17/13) Headlines

Bergen Record - Rangers fall in Game 1 to Bruins, 3-2, in OT Bergen Record - Rangers notes: Claude Julien talks about John Tortorella New York Post - Rangers get ‘spanked’ in Game 1 OT loss New York Post - Lundqvist’s playoff OT struggles continue New York Post - Tortorella keeps focus away from Rangers New York Post - Tortorella shakes up pairings ...

Bruins-Rangers Preview

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