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TONIGHT’S GAME: The Rangers will face-off against the Ottawa Senators tonight at Scotiabank Place (7:00 p.m.; TV: MSG Network; Radio: 1050 ESPN Radio), in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal matchup. The Blueshirts trail in the series, 3-2, following a 2-0 loss in Game 5 on Saturday at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers enter [...]
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… Chris Kreider played a phenomenal game for a rookie in just his 4th game on the NHL surface. The role Kreider played in the 2nd and 3rd periods were huge for the New York Rangers. This kid really is the future of the organization. Ryan McDonagh also played a lot better tonight and came [...]
Heading into this series the New York Rangers were the heavy favorites to eliminate the Ottawa Senators in five or six games. The Sens were expected to give them a run for their money, but they were not predicted to even come close to making this series one that they could wrap up on home ice. Yet that's the position they find themselves in heading back to Ottawa for Monday&...
Craig Anderson stopped 41 shots to make Jason Spezza's first-period goal stand up, and the Ottawa Senators pushed the top-seeded New York Rangers to the brink of elimination with a 2-0 victory Saturday night in Game 5.
The Senators, the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference, have won two straight and will have a chance to knock out the Rangers on Monday night in Ottawa. If New...
During his post practice press conference today John Tortorella reported that Brian Boyle did not make the trip to Ottawa......not a surprise. Never a good idea to put a guy with a concussion on an airplane. Just ask the Mets.Steve Zipay at Newsday has this quote from Ryan Callahan this morning..."We've got to win this game. We don't want this season to end. If we play...
About fifteen minutes into Game 6 between the New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators, it became more of a WWE match than a hockey game. Somehow, in the middle of his tussle with Rangers’ forward Brandon Prust, Chris Neil of the Senators signals the crowd to “get loud” while still trying to fight Prust. Check it out:
After the New York Rangers dropped game 5 of their playoff series with the Ottawa Senators 1-0; coach John Tortorella continues to say that he thinks the team is playing well despite being shut out 1-0.
Yes I will admit I am not now and highly doubt I ever will be a fan of John Tortorella and his coaching methods or his people methods. What is passed off as honest in-your-face...
Henrik Lundqvist was upset with the controversial late goal by the Senators last night and spoke about it post-game.
I don’t know about you, but my feelings are the Rangers won the game, brush the goal off and move on.
Instead, Lundqvist went in the opposite direction.
No penalty on the play but some of the “web talk” called it a dirty hit.
In my opinion, it may have been a little late, but holding off until a better view becomes available.
Ranger Nation asked on Twitter: How many goals will it take for the #NYRangers to win tonight? Sound off! — Ranger Nation (@NYRNation) April 23, 2012 And here are some responses to Ranger Nation members and followers: @NYRNation with the way this series is going…1 — Kevin Power (@8kpower) April 23, 2012 @NYRNation 3 [...]
The New York Rangers will be hosting game 7 against the Ottawa Senators after defeating the Sens 3-2.
Chris Kreider, with his firat NHL goal, had the game winner.
added 10:08pm, Not that it matters now, but below watch the controversial Ottawa goal late in the 3rd period to bring the Senators within one goal of the Rangers… What do you think about it?
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After a 2-0 shutout victory in Madison Square Garden, the Ottawa Senators have effectively pushed the New York Rangers to the brink of elimination. An eight seed about to drop the pride of the Eastern Conference in the first-round? Pretty newsworthy. And yet, the lead in the Sunday papers has shifted from the potential upset to a controversial...
See how the top seed in the Eastern Conference avoided a disastrous
end to the season.
It's the slogan the New York Rangers have used throughout the Stanley Cup Playoffs. It's on the t-shirts, it's on Twitter, it's plastered on the walls of Madison Square Garden and it's printed on the rally towels.
One word with such a vast meaning. One word that contains an unlimited amount of power. But one word that defines the 2011...
Much to the chagrin of the insufferable John Tortorella, Chris Neil will not face any supplementary discipline for his hit to New York Rangers forward Brian Boyle. In his post-game press conference last night, Torts drew parallels between Neil's hit and the Raffi Torres hit on Marian Hossa; even going so far as to say that Boyle had sustained a concussion and that the NHL has...
this is the right decision. The Chris Neil hit on Brian
Boyle was a good legal red
light hit. The New York Rangers coach John Tortorella was not happy with
the hit last night and compared Neil’s hit on Boyle to the Raffi Torres hit on
Katie Strang, ESPN --- Well they have the
blueprint," Tortorella said in his postgame news conference...