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Two previous series extended to seven games and two multi-goal comebacks in their final two games proved
to be too much for the Rangers in the end. The Rangers' season ended without their first trip to the Stanley Cup finals since their last
championship season in 1994, with Devils rookie Adam Henrique's scramble goal 63 seconds into overtime
sending the Rangers, who had overcome a two-goal first-period hole, to a crushing 3-2 loss in Newark. "It's hard. It felt like so many things happened during the year made it feel like it was something
special, like they were signs that something good was coming, something exciting," said Henrik Lundqvist,
who played so much better in these playoffs than his 10-10 final record would indicate. "I'm going to sit
down and try to learn something from this. It's shocking, it's always shocking, it doesn't matter how it
ends. "When it's over, it's an empty feeling, it's ...
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We've heard Doc Emrick's take, Finland's Antti Mäkinen's excitement, and, finally -- Here is WFAN radio's Matt Loughlin's call of NJ Devils' rookie center Adam Henrique's Easter Conference Finals...
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Adam Henrique made a name for himself in the National Hockey League with his regular season play, and his name has only gotten bigger and bigger as the playoffs have went on. He's scored arguably the two biggest goals of the New Jersey Devils post-season run, and for those, like myself, who have watched him play since his days with the Windsor Spitfires, it has been no surprise...
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Adam Henrique scored off a wild scramble in front at 1:03 into overtime and the New Jersey Devils defeated the New York Rangers 3-2 to advance to their first Stanley Cup finals since 2003.
The Devils will face the Los Angeles Kings for the Cup in a series that will start on Wednesday.
It's a remarkable comeback for a team that missed the playoffs last season...
From Sean Hartnett at WFAN.com:
Alone stands a masked man in white. He is the last line of defense. His duty is to guard his post from an army of onrushing soldiers dressed in red with the mark of the demon across their chest.
Henrik Lundqvist, the man that Rangers fans call ‘King Henrik,’ is faced with the task of not only keeping goals out of his net, but not allowing...
When it was over, a few moments after his team's season had come to an end, Rangers coach John Tortorella uttered six words that offered a glimpse into his psyche.
"I really thought we were coming," Tortorella said after Adam Henrique's Eastern Conference finals-clinching goal 63 seconds into overtime sent the Rangers home for the summer with a devastating, 3-2...
HNiC - Opening Montage prior to the New York Rangers / New Jersey Devils game 6 on Friday night. How was NBC's?
And 3.05 periods later, Adam Henrique added one more highlight to the mix.
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Martin Brodeur's Devils outlasted Henrik Lundqvist's Rangers to advance to the Stanley Cup Final. We wanted to know what the caption should be for this photo of the two netminders. Here's a look at Saturday's #NESNCaption Caption Contest. Chris Caulfield: "To be the man you have to beat the Man!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Gail Penny: "Man, you had a bug on...
Pekka Rinne edged Henrik Lundqvist last night in Round 2 of the NHL 13 Cover Vote. Not only did Lundqvist get edged in a video game cover vote, he lost to the New Jersey Devils in Game 5, 5-3 and now face elimination.Now, Rinne will go against John Tavares of the New York Islanders. Nashville Predators fans, VOTE! GO! GO! GO! GO! GO!Read, 'Reasons to vote for Rinne instead of...
Adam Henrique scored off a wild scramble in front at 1:03 into overtime and the New Jersey Devils defeated the New York Rangers 3-2 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals to advance to their first Stanley Cup finals since 2003.
The Devils will face the Los Angeles Kings in a series that will start on Wednesday here.
It's a remarkable comeback for a proud team, with three...
I know it doesn't matter because the Rangers lost anyway, but if Brad Richards would have scored the own goal on the Henrik Lundqvist all his clutchness this postseason would have been forgotten in one historically embarrassing flub......not sure I've ever seen that. If Lundqvist doesn't make the save, Richards sees that highlight in every NHL playoff highlight package...
If you are a New York Rangers’ fan, this is most likely what you are feeling regarding what happened to the team tonight.
The New Jersey Devils ended the team’s hope of getting to the Stanley Cup Final by beating the Blueshirts 3-2 in overtime on a goal by rookie Adam Henrique tonight at the Prudential Center. It is certainly disheartening considering the way the Rangers played...
from Katie Strang of ESPN New York, The closest thing to a guarantee from the Rangers heading into a do-or-die Game 6 against the Devils on Friday?
Coach John Tortorella’s prediction about his star goaltender Henrik Lundqvist’s impending performance:
“He’ll play his best game tomorrow night,” Tortorella proclaimed.
A later line of questioning prompted Tortorella to...
Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record has these post game players quotes...Marc Staal..."sick, gross feeling in your stomach...It sucks."Henrik Lundqvist...“It’s just a horrible feeling. When it’s over, all the work you put in over the last couple of months, even the last eight months, it hurts.”Gross added that Ryan McDonagh looked the most devastated in the locker...
Series: Devils lead 3-2
NYR Leading Scorer: Brad Richards (6-8-14)
NJD Leading Scorer: Ilya Kovalchuk (6-10-16)
NYR Goaltender: Henrik Lundqvist (19 GS, 1.77 GAA, .930 SV%)
NJD Goaltender: Martin Brodeur (17 GS, 2.04 GAA, .920 SV%)
Rangers Projected Lines:
Carl Hagelin-Brad Richards-Chris Kreider
Brandon Dubinsky-Artem Anisimov-Ryan Callahan
Ruslan Fedotenko-Derek Stepan-Marian...