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The most stylish team in professional Hockey, New York Rangers held their annual casino night presented by Unilever at Gotham Hall in NYC to benefit the Garden of Dreams Foundation. This fundraising event took place yesterday and got together the whole New York Rangers organization for a fun night of games for a great cause. It’s also an event you should dress to impress for, and that isn’t a problem for New York Rangers Fashletes Henrik Lundqvist, Michael Del Zotto ,Carl Hagelin, & Brian Boyle.
Dapper New York Rangers hotshot Henrik Lunqvist was all smiles at casino night yesterday clothe in sharp threads by Burberry. I love the one-button blazer jacket with velvet lapels and the detail with the tie clip, superb ensemble. Henrik looked like a million dollars, oh yea he’s worth like a couple of those.
Carl Hagelin kept his ensemble traditional in black and white hues, as he wore a tuxedo by John Vavartos.
Mr. Del Zotto was all smiles as he posed for a photo with arm candy, Michael also elected for traditional black and white attire by Paul Stuart/ Phineas Cole.
NYR forward Brian Boyle looked spiffy in his solid suit he spruced up with a striped handkerchief in his Blazer Jacket chest pocket. Clean !!
photos via @GrungyGentleman/@nixcruz
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Rangerland was torn yesterday when Chris Kreider was returned to the AHL. On one side, many blamed Torts for not playing the kid enough to allow him to grow. On the other (note: more rational) side, many looked at is as a way for Kreider to get some solid playing time to work on the aspects of his game that need maturation. It’s clear how we feel on the matter...
After taking the day off yesterday, the Rangers reconvened for practice today with Arron Asham (back spasms) as the only player who did not participate.
According to Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record, the lines remained the same...
Carl Hagelin-Brad Richards-Rick Nash
Taylor Pyatt-Derek Stepan-Ryan Callahan
J.T. Miller-Brian Boyle-Marian Gaborik
On Thursday night in their 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, the New York Rangers fired 42 shots on goal and created offense by not being afraid to go to the net, by not being afraid to put pucks on net and lastly, by following the lead of one of their own players.
That player was power forward Rick Nash. Besides getting on the scoresheet with two points on one goal and one...
Rick Nash had a goal and assist and also scored in the shootout to lead the New York Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres Sunday night.
Ryan Callahan also scored for New York in the shootout. Derek Stepan added a goal, and Henrik Lundqvist made 28 saves. New York has won two in a row.
Drew Stafford and Nathan Gerbe scored for Buffalo. Ryan Miller stopped 26 of 28 shots...
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Bruce Garrioch at the Ottawa Sun reports that Glen Sather is unhappy with the Rangers inconsistencies this season and is looking to shake-up the club by possibly trading Marian Gaborik and adding more grit to the line-up.
Garrioch adds that John Tortorella's job...
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The Lightning dropped their third straight after losing 4-1 to the New York Rangers on Thursday night. New York outshot Tampa Bay 42-25 for the game but the big story was the 20-3 shot advantage the Rangers had after the first period. However, the Lightning managed to stay in the game after Martin St. Louis scored the Bolts only goal on the night in the first period to make it 2...
Unfortunately Nash would have scored against his own goaltender Henrik Lundqvist.
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