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The Rangers really like the changes made to Madison Square Garden over the summer.
They've won seven straight on home ice after beating the Penguins 4-3 on Tuesday night, and their 7-1-1 start is the best they've done through nine games since way back in 1992-93.
So the fancy new digs appeal to them, although they haven't really changed their game much to suit the luxurious surroundings.
Beating the Penguins takes a little blue-collar grit and that's what the Rangers flashed over the final period after the visitors erased two-thirds of a three-goal lead. They never fully grabbed the momentum, though, because, just as they did in the first period when call after call went against them, they never lost their heads.
Against a team as talented as the Penguins, you can't afford to have any mental lapses or the game will get away from you in a flash. Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and company have the talent edge in every game they play, so you need to beat them with a...
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Bloggers and the media learned a long time ago that a great way to get attention is to mention Sidney Crosby. This works because Crosby is a pretty polarizing figure: Either you love him or you hate him. If you say something that is pro-Crosby, you'll get a bunch of people jumping all over you for supporting him and if you say something negative about him you'll find...
Recent sports TV ratings notes, including numbers for Friday’s Bruins/Red Wings game on NBC, local ratings for Sidney Crosby‘s return, and a decline for college football’s Bayou Classic. Bruins, Red Wings, Are the 1%: Friday’s Bruins/Red Wings NHL regular season game earned a 1.0 overnight rating on NBC. The game was the first of the annual ‘Black Friday’ NHL telecasts...
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New Washington coach Dale Hunter professed great admiration for Sidney Crosby and knew seven years ago that he would become a great player.
Pittsburgh Penguins fans around the country took notice of Sidney Crosby’s successful return to the lineup by casting 132,335 votes last week in an effort to elect Crosby to the 2012 NHL All-Star Game as part of All-Star Fan Balloting presen...
Pittsburgh Penguins (14-7-4) @ Washington Capitals (12-10-1)
TV: ROOT, NHLN-US, CSN-Wash
Verizon Center - Washington, DC
This will be Sidney Crosby's first game against the Capitals since "the incident." It's Dale Hunter's second game behind the Caps' bench. He'd love to get his first win as an NHL head...
WASHINGTON -- Sidney Crosby had gotten at least one point in each of his previous 11 regular-season visits to Verizon Center. Not this time. He had been involved in almost every one of the games in an 11-0-2 streak Washington had built against the Penguins, too. That streak's over, too.
Sidney Crosby may be OK with head shots as long as they're done with elbows on Senator Nick Foligno.
You just have to expect elbows to the head in hockey. The NHL will even name you Star of the...
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Penguins center Sidney Crosby capped his first seven days back in uniform by being named the NHL's 'First Star' for the week that ended Sunday.
The Rangers host their conference rivals, Pittsburgh, in a nationally televised contest Tuesday. Any time these two teams meet, there is the potential for some extracurricular activity as the two squads don't like each other. Add in the relatively recent return of Sidney Crosby, his incident with Nick Foligno that generated many blogs and chatter and two teams looking to retain...
NEW YORK (November 28, 2011)—Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby, Vancouver Canucks goaltender Cory Schneider and St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliott have been named the NHL ‘Three Stars’ of the week.
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