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The Rangers Tribune:
David Clarkson did what he always does in last night's meeting between the New York Rangers and the New Jersey Devils at Madison Square Garden. He ran his mouth and pulled his usual antics in attempt to get the Rangers off of their game. For some reason he believes that he can singlehandedly change the focus of the entire club, and not only that, but a Blueshirts squad that isn't fazed by very much at all. You can try all you want, but you will never get this team off track through pee-wee antics, and I give head coach John Tortorella some of the credit for instilling that mentality ever since he took over behind the bench several years back.
Anyway, Clarkson was not given the attention he wanted and ended up receiving a 10-minute game misconduct when he got out of control in the opening period. Upon returning, he still continued to mix it up with big Mike Rupp and several others until he went to an ultimate extreme out of desperation. He proceeded to leap into the air...
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Tom Gulitti at the Bergen Record reports that there will be no hearing or suspension for David Clarkson for his charge on Brandon Dubinsky last night.Gulitti adds that the two factors that probably played into this decision was no hit to the head or injury.Clarkson will likely receive a warning call from Brendan Shanahan or a fine for the play...i agree with the no suspension. Nothing...
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has acquired defenseman John Scott from Chicago in exchange for a fifth round pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. Scott, 29, has skated in 140 career regular season contests in four seasons with Minnesota and Chicago, registering one goal and [...]
The Rangers reported that Ryan Callahan did not practice this morning due to a sore foot. John Tortorella says he's not sure if the Rangers captain be in the line-up tomorrow....noticed Callahan skating gingerly to the bench after blocking a shot against the Devils Monday night. Please God don't make it another broken bone for Callahn during the final month of the season...
The Rangers passed through the trade deadline with very little change but plenty of rumour. If you’re in the Larry Brooks camp you’ll have noted that Glen Sather offered half the organisation (comic exaggeration) for Rick Nash. If you’re tending to listen to Glen Sather’s rarely spoken word you’ll believe the reports regarding the Rick Nash proposal were exaggerated (sensationalizing by...
New York Rangers captain Ryan Callhan is listed as day-to-day with a bruised foot and could miss Thursday's game against the Carolina Hurricanes.Callahan will travel with the team to North Carolina, but coach John Tortorella said he's not sure if the right wing will be able to play.The 26-year-old has 25 goals and 22 assists in 61 games for the Rangers this season.
Henrik Lundqvist. Period. That’s all there is to this game. His sixth shutout of the season. His sub 2.00 GAA. His absurd save percentage. The chant at the end of the game was not “HEN-RIK” it was “MVP”. And he may get it. And the Vezina. Without him, the Rangers are nowhere near 86 points. Let’s get to those bullets:
The refs appeared to be letting a lot...
EVEN AFTER a disappointing 4-3 loss to the Lightning on Sunday, Devils captain Zach Parise was confident when he looked around the locker room.
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NEW YORK (AP) Carl Hagelin scored late in the first period and Henrik Lundqvist made the goal stand up as the New York Rangers
snapped the New Jersey Devils ' seven-game road winning streak with a 2-0 victory on Monday night.
Carl Hagelin scored late in the first period and Henrik Lundqvist made the goal stand up as the New York Rangers snapped the New Jersey Devils' seven-game road winning streak with a 2-0 victory on Monday night.
The New York Rangers (40-15-6, 86 pts) beat the New Jersey Devils (35-23-4, 74 pts) 2-0, last night at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY.
Carl Hagelin (11) Assists: Ryan Callahan, Dan Girardi
Ryan Callahan (25) Assists: Carl Hagelin, Brad Richards
Rangers - 15 shots, 16 PIM's, 37 hits, 9 giveaways, 8 takeaways and won...