Found October 18, 2013 on Ranger Nation:
Now that’s more like it! It’s always a little easier to sit down in front of the lap top to write the morning after a Rangers win. In their first contest played in the Eastern Time Zone and against a Metro Division rival, the Rangers shut out frequent postseason antagonist Washington 2 – 0. Time […]
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