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from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, It’s highly unlikely Patrick Roy will end up involved with the Montreal Canadians in any capacity. What’s more likely is Roy’s waiting for the Phoenix Coyotes to move to Quebec, where he’ll take over as either coach, general manager or both. Word is, Roy has unofficially been on retainer from Quebec NHL interests for almost two years now.
Phil Kessel is fourth in scoring in the NHL and you have to wonder how much higher he’d be if a) he played with a real first-line centre or b) he was properly utilized on the Maple Leafs power play. Now, the fact the Leafs don’t have that key puck moving centre may be why Kessel is tied for 16th in power play scoring when he’s third in the league in even strength points. However the numbers are broken down, Kessel has performed beyond expectations on a Leaf team that hasn’t met them….
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TheNYRBlog reader Stephen C. sends me this pic of him and his boys, who road tripped up to Toronto to watch the Rangers take on the Maple Leafs back in January as well as take in the sights which included the Stanley Cup...As always please continue to e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) your Rangers related pictures to me so I can post them on the blog.Remember to follow me on Twitter &...
James Reimer made 43 saves and all three Toronto players scored in the shootout to lead the Maple Leafs to a 4-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Friday night.
Tyler Bozak Tim Connolly and Nazam Kadri tallied against Martin Brodeur in the shootout. The Maple Leafs blew a two-goal lead in the third period before winning for only the fifth time in 22 games (5-15-2).
TONIGHT’S GAME: The Rangers will face-off against the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at Air Canada Centre (7:00 p.m.; TV: MSG 2; Radio: Bloomberg Radio), in an Original Six matchup. The Blueshirts currently sit atop the Eastern Conference standings, and rank second in the league overall, with a record of 46-21-7 (99 pts). The Rangers enter [...]
Tonight's opponent in the Toronto Maple Leafs is not in contention for first place in the Eastern Conference. In fact, they've fallen entirely out of the playoff race with just three wins in their last ten games. However, they could ultimately decide if the New York Rangers will remain atop the East at the night's end, or if the Blueshirts will surrender the position...
The New York Rangers (46-21-7) visit the Toronto Maple Leafs (33-34-8) at Air Canada Centre starting at 7:00 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports. Rangers Game Notes TV: MSG 2 Click here for complete MSG2 channel listings; Radio: Bloomberg Radio 1130AM...