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Michael Del Zotto
New York Rangers
Tampa Bay Lightning
The New York Rangers (9-8-2) used the returns of Michael Del Zotto, Ryan McDonagh and Rick Nash to defeat the Tampa Bay Lightning (9-10-1) in dominant fashion at MSG Thursday night 4-1 and end a four game losing streak. For a full box score of tonight's game, head over to Yahoo! Sports.
- To me, by far the most complete effort of the season in terms of everyone contributing in their own ways and playing to their roles. They also never stopped generating offense—an aspect that's been lacking all season long.
- None of the returning players from injury looked like they missed a beat. At all, which is remarkable to even think about. And none looked better than Rick Nash, who notched a career high 12 shots on net and made an immediate impact. A sick goal to reward his effort, as well.
- Carl Hagelin continues to impress. When you think of important players to the team's success, you have to start adding Hagelin to the conversation. If he's using his legs to c...
BEST OF MAXIM
Ryan McDonagh (undisclosed injury) and Rick Nash (undisclosed injury) were out on the ice for the Rangers' AM skate prior to tonight's matchup with the Lightning. According to multiple reports, McDonagh says he will be playing tonight. Rick Nash is likely to return.
Nash expects to play, just will test himself in warmups to make sure #NYR
— Pat Leonard (@NYDNRangers...
We Rangers fans were treated to two ridiculous goals last night from Rick Nash and Carl Hagelin. So I gotta ask, which one did you think was sweeter? Answer the poll and leave your comments below...
Who had the sweeter goal vs. Tampa last night: Rick Nash or Carl Hagelin?
Here's video of both goals...
...i got to go with the Hagelin goal. Just a beautiful...
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