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The New York Rangers lost forward Derick Brassard during game one of the Stanley Cup semi-finals. Not much word on what his injury is, but he is considered to be day-to-day. As the playoffs continue, injuries become less known. It is not said what the injury is, it is not even said whether or not it is an upper-body or lower-body injury. Brassard left during the first period after he was hit by Canadiens' defenseman Mike Weaver.Some speculate it was a lower body injury as his knees hit the ice, while others think it is a shoulder injury, which got most of the upper-body contact. MEK86-Wikimedia CommonsAfter the game Brassard said he did not feel well enough to return to the game and is unsure about his status for Monday night. #NYR #MTL Brassard on if he can play on Mon: "Not sure. We'll see how I feel tomorrow. I didn't feel like I could help the team [after hit]"— Katie Strang (@KatieStrangESPN) May 17, 2014 Even if he is not able to play on Monday, he is c...
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#NYR #MTL Brassard on if he can play on Mon: "Not sure. We'll see how I feel tomorrow. I didn't feel like I could help the team [after hit]"
— Katie Strang (@KatieStrangESPN) May 17, 2014
Below, watch the hit Mike Weaver put on Derrick Brassard which forced Brassard to miss most of the game... Continue reading "Video- Derick Brassard Not Sure If He...
The New York Rangers may have to continue through the Eastern Conference Finals without one of their best players– center Derick Brassard. Brassard is out for Game 2 against the Montreal Canadiens and he is considered to be “day to day” in an undisclosed injury.
Brassard’s injury occurred when he absorbed a heavy body check from Canadiens’ defenseman Mike Weaver during...
Per Pat Leonard, coach Alain Vigneault was a bit coy this morning when addressing Derick Brassard’s injury. When asked, AV said, “If I were a betting man.” That’s it. So, let’s assume he’s in for Game Three, which is great news for the Rangers.
It's better to be the hammer than the nail. New York Rangers forward Derick Brassard is injured after a clean, hard check by Canadiens defenseman Mike Weaver. Brassard left the game and didn't return.Rangers coach A. Vigneault says Derick Brassard "day to day" after he was injured 1st pd vs. Canadiens (ESPN) http://t.co/wwdwdGz5gU— Tom Callahan (@CallahanOnAir) May 17, 2014
Martin St. Louis was able to put aside the world of playoff hockey and hold a funeral service for his mother France who recently and unexpectedly passed away. In attendance at the Sunday funeral service were all of his New York Rangers teammates.
Members of the New York Rangers led by team owner James Dolan depart the funeral services held for the mother of Martin St. Louis Sunday...
A House of Horrors no longer. Instead, it was a Bell Centre Beatdown.
The Rangers came out on Saturday afternoon and opened the Eastern Conference finals by putting an absolute hammering on the Canadiens, taking a 7-2 win in Game 1 that quieted the 21,273 in the Bell Centre along with all of the Blueshirts’ disastrous history in this building.
That includes goalie Henrik Lundqvist...
Sitting in a locker stall Thursday, New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist jumped out of the line of fire for the first time in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs, sidestepping a question about his history at Bell Centre in Montreal.
"It's so long ago since I played there, so I don't even remember," Lundqvist said.
Lundqvist hasn't played in Montreal since Jan...
MONTREAL — Henrik Lundqvist made 40 saves and Martin St. Louis scored in the second period as the New York Rangers earned a 3-1 victory over the Carey Price-less Montreal Canadiens on Monday.
The Rangers lead the best-of-seven Eastern Conference final 2-0 heading back to New York for Game 3 on Thursday and Game 4 on Sunday.
St. Louis scored a day after he and his teammates attended...
Whether it’s Carey Price or Peter Budaj in the Montreal Canadiens’ net in Game 2, Brad Richards told New York Newsday that the New York Rangers anticipate a steeper challenge after Game 1′s 7-2 win.
“We’re going to see a whole different team tomorrow night and we’re expecting a big push from them,” Richards said.
As great as the Rangers looked at times in gaining...
After game one, Canadiens forward Rene Bourque said: “we got our asses kicked”. I can confirm, that the Canadiens did in fact get their collective asses kicked in a 7-2 curb stomping at the Bell Centre on Saturday afternoon.
Martin St. Louis kicked off the scoring and Rick Nash (finally!) finished it. When all was said and done, the Rangers put up a touchdown to open game one...
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The streak has been snapped. Our long wait is over. The Rangers have finally won a Game Two after winning a Game One. It seems like the last time this happened was in 1927 (was more like 2007 or so), and the “streak” was really no more than sheer coincidence, but hey, they won. And […]
Your browser does not support iframes.In re-watching this video, I am not seeing an intent by New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider. Looks like he's coming with speed and gets tripped up by the Canadiens defender. Could Kreider have avoided contact with Price? I don't think he could have base on how fast he was skating. Apparently, the head coach of the Montreal Canadiens...
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2 GAMES AWAY FROM THE FIRST STANLEY CUP FINAL SINCE 1994, Here are your post game notes: 3 Stars: 3. Derek Stepan: 2 assists, 4 shots, 1 hit, even rating 2. Henrik Lundqvist: 40 saves, .976 SV%, 1 GA 1.
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