Found December 18, 2011 on NY Rangers Blog:
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Andrew Gross at Rangers Rants says Steve Eminger separated his right shoulder after taking a hit along the boards from the Coyotes' Martin Hanzal during the Rangers 3-2 win last night.Gross adds that Eminger left the arena in a sling.Here's John Tortorella on Eminger..."He's going to be out a while."Eminger has 2g, 2a on the season....paging Mr. Erixon....tough break for Eminger who has really stepped up his game since the Sauer injury.For more Rangers injury news from last night click the "Read More" tab below. Jim Cerny notes that besides Emingers injury last night, Mike Rupp and Ruslan Fedotenk received stitches and Jeff Woywitka had a sore foot after blocking a shot....if Woywitka's injury ends up being serious, the Rangers may have no choice but to call up Redden. lolRemember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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