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Rangers Send Zuccarello Down To Connecticut Whale, Recall Kris Newbury

After being a non factor for the New York Rangers opening three games this season, only playing 7:55 tonight, Mats Zuccarello has been sent down to the Connecticut Whale according to Andrew Gross.  The early performance is disappointing for Zuccarello as he had an excellent camp/preseason to secure the spot to start the year. Kris Newbury who has eight points (4G, 4A) already...

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Rangers Need Response Tomorrow on Long Island

Typically the third game of an 82-game season would not be considered important since, well, there are still 79 others to play. But tomorrow's match against the rival New York Islanders at Nassau Coliseum has grown in importance as the week has gone on, especially after the Isles destructed the Tampa Bay Lightning last night, 5-1. There's always hype going into these match...

Tortorella Quote: We’re In The Penalty Box Too Much

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Game 3: Rangers at Islanders

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Blog: Not So Special Teams…

The opening game in the North American leg of the 2011-12 New York Rangers season opened last night on Long Island. There is a tendency for most fans to exaggerate the outcome of a Ranger-Islanders game. Depending on the result, it’s either “we’re gonna win the Cup!” or “good Lord, we are the worst team [...]

Penalty Parade - Rangers @ Islanders Post Game Thoughts…

You want to blame the refs. But you can’t blame the refs. You need to blame the refs. But you can’t blame the refs. Every fiber of your being is telling you that the refs are to blame for this loss. But you can’t blame the refs. Why? Because only 1 of the calls against the Rangers was not legit. That was the Brian Boyle call. So while that may have been a bad call...

Turf Wars

The number one question New York Ranger fans ask is why in the world do we also cover of all teams the New York Islander? One it was a natural desire to expand Prospect Park but a second perhaps even more important reason; a good solider wants to know as much about his enemy before battle as possible. Like it or not, the Islanders and Rangers are rivals so knowing as much as possible...

No Better Time Than Tomorrow

The title can definitely be applied to the New York Rangers when it comes to their third game of the regular season tomorrow night against the young and talented New York Islanders. While abroad, the Rangers were not great but they managed to come away with two out of a possible four points. In doing so, the team has yet to lose in regulation and also got solid performances from...

In-Game: Rangers at Islanders, 10/15/11

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Blueshirts anxious for showdown with Isles

Rangers captain Ryan Callahan believes playing an intense rivalry game against the Islanders Saturday night will enable the Blueshirts "to jump right back into it" following a week of nothing but practice and video since returning from the first two games of the season last weekend in Sweden.

Key players come up big in win over Rangers

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