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The New York Rangers might’ve lost 3-1 last night in Winnipeg, but Michael Haley won himself a fight with Mark Stuart. Sure, Stuart landed a shot, but that was a Haley punch that made him wobbly and ultimately ended the scrap.
Between his AHL and NHL service this season, that was Haley’s 20th brawl and probably his quickest.
Other than this fight, it was a rather slow night.
In Columbus, they’re now playing Harlem Shake during fights like this one between Andrew Shaw vs Matt Calvert.
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Winnipeg Jets fans could be heard taunting New York Rangers head coach John Tortorella with a "Tortorella" chant during the third period of the Jets' 3-1 win over the Rangers Thursday night.
The win put the Jets in eighth place in the Eastern Conference, two points ahead of the Rangers.
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On July 1st 2009 Marian Gaborik signed for the New York Rangers after spending his entire NHL career with the Minnesota Wild. Gaborik a talented skater and a devastating finisher was plagued with injuries whilst with the Wild. Gaborik during the 2009-2010 season repaid the Rangers organisation by scoring 42 points and 86 over 76 [...]
It's been unfortunate to watch a 40-goal scorer like Marian Gaborik struggle to find the back of the net this season. And last night in Winnipeg might have been rock bottom when he could barely get a shot off during a penalty shot and did this afterward...
Meanwhile, Pierre LeBrun at ESPN.com reports that although the Rangers aren’t necessarily shopping Gaborik, he’s...
In an article on the Rangers trying to bounce back from their tough loss in Buffalo, Pat Leonard at the Daily News reports that Dan Girardi is playing well below 100%.
Girardi smirked and said “I feel good” when questioned about his health yesterday.
In case you haven't noticed, Girardi has been given the "A" again with Staal out of the line-up.
Two weeks ago, it was Marty Biron questioning the Rangers "hardness," now the Blueshirts other goaltender, you might have heard of him, Henrik Lundqvist is criticizing the team's toughness...
“We did a lot of good things, but the games are decided in front of both nets right now. We need to have more traffic in front of their net, and I think we need to be a little...
Men’s Health Magazine, my favorite publication to pick-up for workout tips, and end up never even using them, smh. Anyway the magazine recently teamed with New York Rangers fashlete Henrik Lundqvist, for an informative feature, as Henrik styles us with a couple of fashionable pieces we can wear for our daily routines. Be comfortable, but yet still chic for that great workout. Check...
I had eye surgery on Friday, so I was unable to get the ATF yesterday. This post will cover all games played by the Rangers prospects on Thursday night and Friday night. Today’s (Saturday’s) games will be covered tomorrow, as per usual.
The playoffs –or playoff type scenarios– have begun for almost all of the Rangers prospects. Oscar Lindberg and Jesper Fasth have begun their...
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While the next Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are still a little under a year away, discussions continue on between the NHL, NHLPA, IIHF and IOC to determine whether NHL players will participate in the games. As it stands right now, all signs point to an agreement being reached to keep the game’s best players representing their respective nations.
Mike Ribiero? Interesting to say the least.
It’s long been rumored that the Rangers were talking to the Florida Panthers regarding Stephen Weiss, and Katie Strang confirmed that yesterday. Weiss is now out for the season, having undergone wrist surgery. While that path has closed, it appears that E.J. Hradek has mentioned that the Rangers are in on the Caps’ Mike Ribiero. There...
Well, the Rangers got dominated in Pittsburgh today. We can’t even say it was unexpected. The Rangers were absolutely dominated in the first period to the tune of a -24 Corsi (33 shot attempts for Pittsburgh, 9 for the Rangers). It was a miracle that the Rangers were only down a goal in the first, mostly due to the play of Henrik Lundqvist. That said, the entire team –including...
The New York Rangers and Winnipeg Jets hooked up for the second time this season, tied with twenty-eight points for the Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot. The Rangers, coming off a lackluster 3-1 loss Tuesday night in Buffalo, took on the Jets, winners of three of their last four, including a 5-2 home win Tuesday night [...]
Torts says he's not sure of lineup changes, but looks like Hamrlik is playing, Gilroy and Bickel are scratched. Lundqvist in goal, as I said
— Pat Leonard (@NYDNRangers) March 14, 2013
John Tortorella said that Steve Eminger has taken hold of the fifth defensive spot.
...if Hamrlik has gotten himself in shape, I think this is the line-up Torts would like to go...
The Rangers fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins today by the score of 3-0. For a box score, click here.
Little to no positives to take away from today's game... looked like a typical Rangers-Pens game to me.
If not for Hank, the Rangers are probably looking at a 4-0 deficit after one and possibly Glen Sather working the phones in a room somewhere, if...
The Pens got goals from Bennett, TK, and Dupes.
Marc-Andre Fleury put up his 23rd career shutout, and the Pens beat the struggling Rangers. They have now won eight straight games.
Rick Nash. LOL.