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Bleeding All Blue:
The New York Rangers rode a four goal third period to win their sixth straight win, 5-1 over the Carolina Hurricanes. Dan Girardi scored on the power play at 10:47 to break a 1-1 tie. Just nine seconds later Brandon Dubinsky scored his first of the season. The look of relief on his face was great and to see how happy all his teammates were tells what he means in the room.
Callahan sealed the deal with a goal off a scramble in front. The goal might be credited to Callahan, but Dubinsky's work along the boards created the goal.
Brad Richards finished the four-goal period when Cam Ward botched handling the puck leaving an empty .net with 1:34 left.
Sean Avery scored a beautiful goal in the first and played an excellent overall game.
Alexei Ponikarovsky had the lone goal for the Hurricanes following a bad defensive play by Michael Del Zotto.
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Up until last night I had been praising Brandon Dubinsky for continuing to work hard despite not finding the back of the net this season.And while he has taken an unusually high amount of penalties for him this early season, I never felt any of them were due to frustrationBut that change last night as after a give away in the Senators zone he took an undisciplined interference penalty...
The New York Rangers are still waiting for center Brandon Dubinsky to break out.
Signed to a four-year, $16.8 million extension in the offseason, Dubinsky has yet to score a goal this campaign.
"I’m only human. It’s been tough mentally a little bit not getting those points and to not contribute offensively on a consistent basis," the 25-year-old Dubinsky told the...
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It took a lot longer than anyone expected, but New
York Rangers forward Brandon Dubinsky has finally tallied his first goal of the
season. The level of relief on the face
of Dubinsky immediately following the puck hitting the back of the net showed
just how much the drought was weighing on the 25-year-old forward. As he said postgame...
When the All Star ballots for this year were released, there were four Rangers on the ballot: Henrik Lundqvist, Marian Gaborik, Brad Richards, and Marc Staal. Lundqvist, Richards, and Gaborik were expected to be on the ballot, but Staal hasn’t played a single game this year. It is just another flaw in the All Star balloting, as the Rangers best defenseman thus far, Dan Girardi...
Brandon Dubinsky buried a rebound for his long-awaited first goal of the season in the Blueshirts’ sixth straight win, 5-1, over the Carolina Hurricanes. To celebrate, he raised both arms, tilted his head back and let out the scream of a player who had finally broken through
NEW YORK - Dan Girardi and Brandon Dubinsky scored 9 seconds apart midway through the third period and the New...
Dan Girardi and Brandon Dubinsky scored 9 seconds apart midway through the third period and the New York Rangers went on to rout the Carolina Hurricanes 5-1 on Friday night for their sixth straight win.
No one has to tell Brandon Dubinsky the numbers. Zero is an easy one to remember. Dubinsky, who signed a $16.8 million contract after leading the Rangers in scoring last season, still is searching for his first goal.
Head coach John Tortorella let it all come out after Friday's 5-1 win over the Hurricanes when he was asked about defenseman Dan Girardi being left off the All-Star ballot and not being recognized as a top player in the National Hockey League. Below are his comments on the matter courtesy of Andrew Gross at Ranger Rants...
"Oh, this league," said Tortorella, waving...
The New York Rangers (9-3-3) defeated the Carolina Hurricanes (5-8-3) by the score of 5-1, tonight. For a boxscore and recap go to Yahoo! Sports....most fun I've had watching this team in a long time. Everything is clicking right now. Heck they even scored a power play goal tonight....Avery proved tonight he can still be an effective player in this league if he uses his speed...
Friday night at the Garden, Eric Staal's high-sticking penalty on Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi cut a third-period Carolina power play short, and the Blueshirts responded with three goals in three minutes on the way to a 5-1 victory over the Hurricanes.
Even looking at tape, John Tortorella can find something new that impresses him about Dan Girardi. On Saturday after practice in Greenburgh, it wasn’t the defenseman’s game-winning goal in Friday night’s win that had caught Tortorella’s eye.