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NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES (Regular Season Game 1, Away 1)
New York Rangers 2, Los Angeles Kings 3 (OT)
Ericsson Globe Arena – October 7, 2011
-The Rangers were defeated by the Los Angeles Kings, 3-2, in overtime tonight at Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, in their season-opening match-up as part of the 2011 Compuware NHL Premiere.
-New York is now 35-36-14 all-time in 85 season-opening games, including a 25-27-9 record in 61 season openers away from Madison Square Garden. The Blueshirts have out-scored their opponents, 243-239, in season openers.
-The Rangers have now posted a record of 2-0-1 all-time in three regular season contests in Europe. New York participated in the inaugural NHL Premiere in Prague, Czech Republic to kick-off the 2008-09 season, having won back-to-back contests against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
-New York registered a 57% face-off winning percentage, having won 34 of 60 face-offs in the contest. Brad Richard...
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We have to draw more penalties, get our feet moving more. We didn’t have the puck enough early on, and if you get the puck more, your offensive players gain confidence and make plays. It took us awhile tonight. - Brad Richards on Friday’s loss
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- Ryan Callahan is currently third in the league in hits with 9, while Michael Del Zotto ranks ninth with 7.
1) Yay! Skills competition. Pretty serious lack of skills in this one. Brad Richards lost the puck at center ice, and the winning goal was a complete whiff.
2) The Rangers shouldn’t fight the opponent’s goons unless it’s absolutely necessary. So far they have had two staged fights, and each was against the opposition knucklehead. There’s no need for it, it serves...
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The Stars enter the 2011-12 regular season coming off a 6-1-0 preseason. Will exhibition results mean little in and of themselves, it was important for new coach Glen Gulutzan's team to come into the regular season believing in itself after the disappointing end to last season and the departure of Brad Richards over the summer.
Tonight, the puck drops...
When you get less than 20 shots in an NHL game, chances are that you are going to lose the hockey game.
That is exactly what happened against the Anaheim Ducks today in the New York Rangers’ 2-1 shootout loss. It was an effort in which goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was brilliant while the rest of the team was lackluster.
Yes, it was great that Brad Richards’ scored the tying...
The New York Rangers fell 3-2 in overtime against the Los
Angeles Kings in their season opener.
Registering a point is certainly a positive to take from the game, and
after the first period effort something all associated with the Rangers would have
signed up for. However, given the effort
of the team for the second and third periods it is somewhat disappointing to
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