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…. a CLASSIC moment at the Winter Classic. Whoever would have thought Mike Rupp would have scored two goals against the Flyers and help lead the Rangers to a huge win? Courtesy of: SBNation
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The New York Rangers have announced that defenseman Marc Staal will be making his season debut in this afternoon's Winter Classic game against the Philadelphia Flyers at Citizens Bank Park. Staal has not played a single game this season due to post-concussion symptoms that haunted him all throughout his summer workouts and again during training camp in back in September. After...
While the Winter Classic offered amazing video, here's some great behind the scenes and blooper video from yesterday you may have missed...Dan Girardi is not real announcing yesterday's starting line-up...
Mike Milbury calls the Rangers the "*********" during pregame. What's ironic is that's what I had New Year's morning after some hard...
… HAHAHA! EPIC!!!! I would love to get a poster of this picture made. Amazing. Remember to go check out the AMAZING work of Photoshop the Rangers. They are pro’s!
John Tortorella’s outburst after he disagreed with some of the officiating late in the Rangers’ 3-2 win in the Winter Classic in Philadelphia could end up costing the coach.
Director of Hockey Operations Colin Campbell said the matter was under review yesterday.
Campbell will follow up on the Rangers...
PHILADELPHIA -- Alone in the cold, it was up to Henrik Lundqvist to preserve a Classic comeback. His signature moment came with 19.6 seconds left after New York defenseman Ryan McDonagh was whistled for covering the puck in the crease.
NEW YORK RANGERS at PHILADELPHIA FLYERS
2012 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic
Monday, Jan. 2, 3:00 p.m.
Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rangers: 23-9-4 (50 pts)
Flyers: 22-10-4 (48 pts)
All information through NHL games on Jan. 1
The Rangers will face-off against the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2012 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Citizens...
Little did Brandon Prust realize that Rupp was thinking of someone else the whole time.
No. 1 Star: Michael Rupp. New York Rangers
There was plenty of unexpected drama at the Winter Classic, but the most unlikely element had to be Rupp playing the hero, scoring twice to get the Rangers back into a game that looked perilously close to slipping away. Not long after Rupp's second...
An apology didn't get John Tortorella off the hook. The NHL fined the Rangers coach for criticizing Winter Classic refs and suggesting, perhaps sarcastically, a conspiracy to force OT.
The New York Rangers bested the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 3-2 to win the 2012 installment of the Winter Classic. The game had a high tempo at times, was slow at other times but ultimately built to an exhilarating finish.
With that, here's a list of some of the best & worst players, and best and worst factors surrounding the game we took in today.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Alone in the cold, it was up to Henrik Lundqvist to preserve a Classic comeback.
One of the hardest parts of writing any sort of regular column or feature is coming up with an original opening for each new installment. Now that I have done just that for the third post in the Rangers Randomness series, I can focus on the rest of the piece and forget about opening paragraphs [...]