Found January 27, 2013 on Ranger Nation:
Saturday night the New York Rangers would face off Against the Toronto Maple Leafs at The Garden to open up a three game home stand that the Blueshirts desperately need. The Leafs were exposed by the Islanders the other night which means that the Rangers should have an opportunity to do the same. The first [...]
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