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Joshua @Top6Grinder The New York Rangers are currently on life support in the Stanley Cup Finals and with many Rangers fans tasting blood. The blood of a player who did not live up to expectations when it mattered in 2012-2013 or 2013-2014. Rick Nash has quickly met the tough side of being a NHL hockey player in a market like ...
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Brad Richards sat in a chair in the middle of the dressing room, pushed from his locker by the hordes of media and likely pushed from his time with the Rangers.
The thrilling 3-2 double-overtime loss to the Kings in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals gave Los Angeles its second championship in the past three years and ended the Rangers’ season. Richards now is looking at a summer...
This is weird territory for the Rangers, and, as a result, me. Usually, the Rangers get bounced in the first or second round – one time it was the Eastern Conference Finals. Then we spend a good chunk of time reflecting on the season and what just transpired before eventually transitioning into the offseason.
But Glen Sather and Rangers’ management, having just watched their...
The Stanley Cup Playoffs can do unbelievable things to players’ reputations. The sample sizes are small and the stakes are as high as they’ll ever get. Sprinkle in the fact that games, especially in the Conference Finals and Stanley Cup Final, are being watched by the entire hockey world and thus under the magnifying glass, and it’s a recipe for defining moments and players...
The New York Rangers illustrious post-season run has ended. Los Angeles Kings defenseman Alec Martinez scored at 14:43 of the second overtime period to defeat the Rangers in Game 5 by a score of 3-2 which lifted the Kings to their second Stanley Cup Championship in three years. The Rangers made the Kings earn this championship and it was much closer than a five-game series would...
After Game 3, New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault was downright glum about his team’s perceived bad “puck luck.” The coin tosses seemed to flip dramatically in favor of his team in Game 4, however, so it’s no surprise that Vigneault was in a good mood on Wednesday night. In assessing the Los Angeles Kings’ two chances in which pucks stopped within a breath of crossing...
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The New York Rangers were mercifully (and yet somehow mercilessly) put out of their misery by the Los Angeles Kings in last night’s fifth game of the Stanley Cup finals. And yet the Rangers can hold their heads high, because everything in life is relative and no one had a worse night on the ice than the young lady in the video above.
Stomping across the ice behind an NBC4 broadcast...
The New York Rangers visit the Los Angeles Kings for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final at the Staples Center starting at 8:00 p.m. The Kings lead the series 3-1. For a preview, visit Yahoo! Sports.
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The Rangers came up short, for the fourth and final time in the Stanley Cup finals on Friday night. Dustin Brown hoisted the Cup for the Kings for the second time in three years and the Rangers are left to think what could have been. Sorry for no goal breakdown today but here’s a few […]
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Henrik Lundqvist proved to us all last night that if you talk about something enough…it will actually happen to you.
Here are three of the biggest puck luck moments for Lundqvist and the Rangers in Game 4:
The clock continued to wind down, but the excitement in the Rangers zone was far from over. With five visitors in his crease...
The game starts just after 8:00pm ET and is on NBC, CBC and RDS.
Will we have a game 6 on Monday night?
Yesterday I said the New York Rangers will win tonight and nothing has changed my mind.
I know I am probably in the minority, but I sense a Rangers team getting better and the Los Angeles Kings getting a bit frustrated.
Enjoy the game and feel free to discuss the game as it plays out.
The Los Angeles Kings have sent the New York Rangers fishing & BSO has the exclusive:
The New York Rangers lost the Los Angeles Kings by the score of 3-2 in double overtime in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. The Kings won the series 4-1. For a box score, go to Yahoo! Sports.
…just devastated right now. I was real anxious before the game because I felt tonight would decide the Stanley Cup. Obviously if the Kings won it’d be over, but I truly felt that if the Rangers...