Found December 14, 2011 on New York Rangers ? New York Post:
The glass was half-full with thanks that Henrik Lundqvist took the full force of Sheldon Souray’s second-period blast from the top of the left circle on the left shoulder and not his left collarbone, and thus was merely sore — easy for anyone else to say — instead of suffering a...

Lundqvist OK After Shot to Collarbone

Andrew Gross at Rangers Rants reports that despite his shoulder being sore and tight after taking a shot to the collarbone from Sheldo Souray last night, Henrik Lundqvist said he will be ready to play tomorrow night in St. Louis..."It's fine," Lundqvist said. "It's pretty stiff. I'm sure it's going to be stiff for a few days. I'm lucky, I thought...

What a pain, but Lundqvist will play

ST. LOUIS — Henrik Lundqvist sat at his locker yesterday, wearing a pad over his left collarbone after being hit there in Tuesday’s loss to the Stars.Despite the discomfort, he knew it could have been a lot worse and said he would be ready for tonight’s game against...

New York Rangers (17-7-4) at St. Louis Blues (17-9-3), 8 p.m. (ET)

Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers are no strangers to posting shutouts, but they saw the tables turned on them last time out.

HBO breaks ice with Rangers' reality show

Henrik Lundqvist wore extra padding just inside his left shoulder during practice Wednesday, but the Rangers goaltender insisted he feels “pretty good” one day after being hit up high by a slap shot from Dallas defenseman Sheldon Souray, owner of one of the hardest shots in the league.

Rangers Star struck at Garden, 1-0

Henrik Lundqvist kept Tuesday night's game scoreless through 55 uneventful minutes, but with the Rangers offense sputtering, a disappointing loss remained just one mistake or bad bounce away. That came when defenseman Jeff Woywitka cleared the puck into the neutral zone but off the boards and onto the stick of Stars forward Brendan Morrow in the third period.

Lots of cool stuff up for bids on Garden of Dreams telethon

Got this from the Garden today. It’s a great cause, as you all know: Tonight, starting at 7:30 p.m. with the Rangers pre-game show, MSG Network will devote time during its Rangers-Blues coverage to a telethon to raise money for MSG’s Garden of Dreams Foundation – a non-profit organization that helps New York area children facing obstacles. During the telecast, MSG Network...

Rangers @ Blues (Game 29)

The New York Rangers (17-7-4) visit the St. Louis Blues (17-9-3) at Scottrade Center tonight starting at 8:00 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports. Rangers Game Notes TV: MSG; Radio: ESPN Radio 1050AM, XM 216Live Stream: Lines:Anisimov-Stepan-GaborikFedotenko...


The New York Rangers are quickly cementing their status as one of city’s best-dressed pro sports teams. In the hockey world, players aren’t typically associated with high-fashion. But being in New York brings added pressure for the Blueshirts, who need to be on top of their game when it relates to their off-the-ice style of dress. “When I came to New York, I really got into...

Full Steam Ahead

That is the kind of attitude the New York Rangers should take after beating the Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers over the weekend by a combined score of 10-1. The team is clicking on all cylinders as they are supplying the offense, solid defense and getting timely goaltending from both Henrik Lundqvist by Martin Biron. Put that all together and you have part of the winning formula...
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