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A New York Ranger dating a model or actress is nothing new in the city, but center Brad Richards might have just landed himself a keeper in Olivia Munn. At least Rangers fans hope so.
Munn has been linked to Richards since November and since then has been a regular in the stands while the team has gone on a torrid hot streak. They now find themselves at first place in the NHL's Eastern Conference.
The pretty Maxim model and actress was spotted at Madison Square Garden again during Monday night's 3-0 win against the Islanders. Following the game, she was seen being high-fived and thanked by Rangers fans in the stands, according to the New York Post.
Richards and Munn have been spotted getting cozy all over Manhattan and reportedly spent Christmas Eve together.
According to the Post, the couple go to trendy hot spots together and were seen "laughing a lot and very affectionate."
The victory against the Islanders was the Rangers (22-8-4) fifth straight and they have improved to 11-3-2 at home this season. They remain one point ahead of the Boston Bruins.
Richards has 12 goals and 14 assists in 34 games this year.
For now at least Ranger fans can call Munn their lucky charm and be thankful she isn't a Kardashian.
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