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With Ottawa’s regulation loss against Philly tonight, the Rangers have locked in the number 6 seed and a date with the Caps in the first round. Tweet
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After last night’s win that clinched a playoff berth, the Rangers called up forward Kris Newbury. This is likely due to the Ryane Clowe injury, as the  power forward was injured in the game and did not return. The Rangers had no spare forwards (to the point where Matt Gilroy had to dress for a late-scratch of Arron Asham). Newbury will be with the club as long as both Clowe and...

Haley Will Practice, Travel to Washington; Nine Others Recalled As Black Aces

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No Update on Clowe; Cally Doesn't Practice; Dorsett Awaits CT Scan

Lots of injury news as Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record says that while Ryane Clowe did not practice today, John Tortorella expects him to be an important player for the Rangers in the playoffs. ...with the Newbury recall, it's highly unlikely he'll be in the Rangers line-up against the Devils tomorrow, however, Torts' comments has me optimistic about his return...

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Rangers Recall Ten from Whale

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Why He's The Captain

When the season is hanging in the balance, you look to your leaders to step-up and carry the team to the finish line. And that's exactly what the Rangers captain Ryan Callahan did last night. One look at the above stat line from last night tells you all you need to know about Callahan's influence and impact on the Rangers. Here's video Cally's overtime winner...

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Déjà vu All Over Again: Caps/Rangers Playoff Preview

Empire State of Mind. (NBCW) With the regular season now closed, we know that the Washington Capitals will face the New York Rangers in the playoffs for the fourth time in the last five postseasons.  The Capitals took a crazy route to get here, getting off to a terrible start before closing out the year on an impressive hot streak to lock up the Southeast Division and the number...

Rangers vs. Devils (Game 48)

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Rangers 4, Devils 0

  Today was a little less tense than previous games. No longer were playoff hopes on the line. Still, it was an important game. Playoff seeding was on the line, and a loss would have locked the Rangers in as the eight seed. Johan Hedberg was in goal for the Devils, instead of the usual appearance from Martin Brodeur, but it was still a similar result to the previous matchup...

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