Found February 06, 2012 on
It's the New Jersey Devils against the New York Rangers in ESPN.com's Game of the Week.
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Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record reports these lines from practice today...Anisimov-Stepan-GaborikDubinsky-Richards-PrustFedotenko-Boyle-CallahanRupp-Mitchell-Hagelin...absolute waste of Hagelin's speed on a line with Rupp and Mitchell. Although Hags and Mitchell did have some chemistry when they were first called up....also don't like Prust with Richards. Not exactly the...
The New Jersey Devils defeated the New York Rangers in a close 1-0 game to win their fifth straight contest. Martin Brodeur was solid in net and David Clarkson scored the lone goal of the game. New Jersey racked up points 64 and 65 tonight, inching closer to the top of the Eastern Conference. Not often are hockey fans treated to the opening that this game saw. Two seconds into the...
Russian winger Artem Anisimov emphatically snapped his 17-game pointless streak in a 5-2 win over Philly at the Garden, with a goal, two assists Sunday afternoon.
Standings: Flyers (30-15-6), Rangers (32-12-5)
NYR Leading Scorer: Marian Gaborik (25-16-41)
NJD Leading Scorer: Jason Pominville (20-39-59)
NYR Goaltender: Henrik Lundqvist (37 GS, 1.82 GAA, .940 SV%)
NJD Goaltender: Ilya Bryzgalov (36 GS, 2.83 GAA, .900 SV%)
Rangers Lines (probable):
Carl Hagelin-Derek Stepan-Marian Gaborik
Artem Anisimov-Brad Richards-Ryan Callahan
PHT: Martin Brodeur helps red-hot Devils shut out Rangers, and he gets a little help along the way.
Captain's empty net attempt is blocked, but penalty nullifies Rangers' goal
Martin Brodeur stopped 30 shots for his first shutout this season and the record 117th of his NHL career Tuesday night, and the visiting New Jersey Devils beat the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers, 1-0, for their fifth consecutive win. David Clarkson gave Brodeur all the offense he needed with a first-period, power-play goal.
Ilya Kovalchuk had a goal and two assists, and the New Jersey Devils extended their winning streak to four with a 5-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.
Artem Anisimov had a goal and two assists, Henrik Lundqvist made 21 saves and the New York Rangers continued their recent success against the Philadelphia Flyers with a 5-2 fight-filled victory on Sunday.
After a couple of days off, the Rangers took to the ice at the Garden for a pre-Superbowl matinee and threw the Flyers a well deserved 5-2 beating. This was a tremendous game with a ton of talking points for analysis, but I’ll try to be brief. Onto the bullets…
Overall, the Rangers played an incredibly solid game today. They minimized mistakes, took advantage of some soft...