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The New York Rangers are good. And, in many ways, they're very similar to the Bruins. The Rangers are deep, show grit, play team defense, enjoy great goaltending and are under the tutelage of a great coach in John Tortorella. The B's boast similar qualities, which is why they're defending Stanley Cup champions and why the two teams could be on a collision course come playoff time. To hear more Bruins-Rangers comparisons, check out the video above.
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