Found February 12, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
The New York Rangers (36-13-5) defeated the Washington Capitals (28-22-5) by the score of 3-2, today. For a boxscore and recap go to Yahoo! matter what the test, this Rangers team steps up to the plate with no excuses. Two games in less than 24 hours no problem. The Rangers still outworked a Capitals team that hadn't played since Thursday. 14-1-3 in back-to-backs this season. Unreal....had no idea Prust hadn't scored since October, man that must have been a relief....running out of adjectives to describe Callahan....didn't realize McD had those kind of offensive moves in him. Needs to work on the landing though. I thought for sure he blew out his hamstring. Five blocked shots to go along with that goal....another tough night at the office for Ovechkin matched up against Girardi....Lundqvist doesn't need help too often back there, but the today the goal post was his best friend....i've given Boyle a tough time this season, but he's been one ...

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Staal Discusses Concussion Recovery

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Caps recall Holtby from minors, start him vs. SJ

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In-Game: Capitals at Rangers, 2/12/12

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Game 54 Preview: Rangers vs. Caps

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Sean Avery commands attention both on and off-the-ice, whether for his hockey skills and antics or his sharp fashion sense. The self-proclaimed clotheshorse is never too far from the action, especially where style is concerned. His fashion credentials include a stint at Vogue magazine as an intern, GiltMan curator, consultant for men’s label, Commonwealth Utilities, and Fashion...

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The New York Rangers (35-13-5) host the Washington Capitals (28-21-5) at Madison Square Garden starting at 12:30 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports. Rangers Game Notes TV: NBC; Radio: ESPN Radio 1050AM, XM 212Live Stream (Don't click on ads in stream, may download virus):

Capitals recall G Holtby to start vs. Sharks

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Rangers 2009 #1 Chris Kreider scored a power play assist and had a short-handed assist as Boston College defeated Boston University 3-2 in overtime in the 2012 Beanpot Final last night.Jim Cerny adds that Glen Sather, Jeff Gorton, Jim Schoenfeld, Gordie Clark and Mark Messier all attended the game....anyone still want to trade this kid for Nash? I didn't think so....lots of talk...

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Game Preview: New York Rangers vs Boston Bruins

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Rangers/Flyers In Review

Another day, another game against the Flyers, another win against the Flyers. That makes it five for five against the Blueshirts against their division rivals. This game was owned by Callahan, Richards, and Gaborik, but special teams were the difference. The Rangers killed off all four of their penalties, and capitalized on three (THREE!) powerplay opportunities. Let’s get to the...

JAM, Wellman lead Whale to fifth in a row

Connecticut Whale 4, Manchester Monarchs 1 By Brian Ring Manchester, NH, February 11, 2012 – The Connecticut Whale defeated the Manchester Monarchs, 4-1, Saturday night at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.  Jonathan Audy-Marchessault and Casey Wellman both scored and added an assist for the Whale, who won their fifth straight game. The Whale scored three times in a key...

Bruins Live Blog: B's Look for Revenge in Rematch with Rangers After Bitter Overtime Defeat in New York's Last Visit

8 a.m. ET: The Bruins took a big step toward snapping out of their recent funk with a solid effort in Saturday’s 4-3 shootout win over Western Conference power Nashville. But on Tuesday they’ll face an even bigger challenge in trying to proving that they are truly back on track as East-leading New York pays a visit to TD Garden before the Bruins hit the road for a season-high...
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