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Match-up : New York Rangers (1-4-0) @ Washington Capitals(2-4-0)
Road/Home records: - 0-1-4 -------------- 2-2-0
Puck drop:- 8:00 PM ET
Season series :- 0-0
All-Time: 87-86-18-6 overall (48-38-9-3 at home; 39-48-9-3 on the road)
Last 10: Rangers 1-4-0 / Caps 2-4-0
Projected starting goalies: Henrik Lundqvist (1-3-0. GAA 4.21 and .887% save) V. Braden Holtby (1-3-0. GAA 3.56 a...
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Henrik Lundqvist is known as “King Lundqvist,” but did you know his kingdom includes an actual professional hockey team? And that it’s not even the team he plays for?
The New York Rangers goalie actually owns the Washington Capitals. That’s according to Wikipedia, so you know it’s true.
It’s actually not true, of course. The Rangers netminder doesn’t own an NHL team...
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The Rangers finally put together a complete team effort tonight, beating the Washington Capitals by a score of 2-0. The win was Henrik Lundqvist’s first shutout of the season. Every player on the Rangers played well, and the systemic breakdowns in defensive zone coverage were few and far between. This team wasn’t perfect, but they limited their...
Playoffs or regular season, New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist has been absolutely perfect the past three times he has faced Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals.
So what if the Rangers were struggling under first-year coach Alain Vigneault? Lundqvist felt good about his team's chances Wednesday night, then backed that up with his 46th NHL shutout in New York'...
This year's main treat for Caps Kids Club members is none other than a classic-style tin lunch box featuring starting goaltender Braden Holtby.
The Rangers celebrate a goal in their shutout win (NY Daily News pic).
Henrik Lundqvist looked more like the goaltender we came to expect this season. Finally. Lundqvist turned aside all 22 shots he saw and picked up a 2-o win over Washington. John Moore and Ryan Callahan had the goals for the Rangers. Brad Richards assisted on both goals. Braden Holtby(34-36) gave up both goals...
Henrik Lundqvist earned his 46th NHL shutout, Brad Richards assisted on two New York goals less than two minutes apart in the second period, and the Rangers beat familiar postseason foe Washington 2-0 on Wednesday night to end a three-game losing streak.
Richards helped set up goals by Ryan Callahan and John Moore, and Lundqvist made the limited offense hold up in a 22-save performance...
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As we all know by now, the Rangers have gotten off to a slow start this season. One of the more surprising factors in Blueshirt’s early malaise was the rather pedestrian play of all-world goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. It wasn’t necessarily that he was playing outright badly, just far below the lofty expectations that the fan base has for #30. After...
A range of notably stylish hockey stars like Sean Avery and Henrik Lundqvist have long been in the fashion conversation. Now style savvy guys across the league are being lauded for their clothing choices, as NHL players’ interest in fashion continues to grow. Their style statements off-the-ice are typically more subdued than those seen in other sports leagues. While colorful ensembles...
It was like night and day honestly it was with rays of sunshine shining on a Rangers team that operated Wednesday night like a synchronized unit following the dark dysfunction that marked most of the opening five games through the western badlands.
The Blueshirts were precise confident and poised in defeating the Capitals 2-0 behind a sharp performance from Henrik Lundqvist that...
David Letterman had 10 sports superstars name their ”Top Ten career highlights at Madison Square Garden.”
10) Basketball Hall of Famer Clyde Frazier: “Dishing and swishing, swooping and hooping and a bunch of other rhyming crap.”
9) Hockey Hall of Famer Rod Gilbert: “One time after a game there was an extra puck, so the coach let me keep it.”
Match-up : Edmonton Oilers (1-3-1) @ Washington Capitals(1-4-0)
Road/Home records: - 0-1-1 -------------- 1-2-0
Puck drop:- 7:00 PM ET
Season series :- 0-0
Last 10: Oilers 1-3-1 / Caps 1-4-0
Projected starting goalies: â Jason Lababera (1-0-0. GAA 2.69 and .892% save) V. Braden Holtby (0-3-0. GAA 4.04 and .873 % save).
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Stay the course. Pay no attention to the results on the scoreboard. That was Coach Adam Oates’s message through five games as the Washington Capitals struggled to create offense and clean up their play.
Monday night the Capitals proved his patience was well founded.
Washington overcame a slow start and one-goal deficit in the first period to dominate the Edmonton Oilers in a...
WASHINGTON — Nothing has gone the way of the New York Rangers this season. Through the teams first five games nothing was going their way nor were they playing up to their full potential. With guys like Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, Henrik Lundqvist, and Rick Nash on paper this should be a tough team. Wednesday […]