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Bleeding All Blue:
The first round of All Star voting results were released today and the home town Ottawa Senators dominated the balloting. Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza and Erik Karlsson were three of the top four in voting with Milan Michalek also coming fourth amongst forwards. The only player to sneak between the Senators was Toronto forward Phil Kessel who is leading the league in goals (16) and points (29).
Amongst the New York Rangers Henrik Lundqvist was the leading vote getting with 65,441 votes, which placed him fifth in goaltending. Marian Gaborik was the only Rangers' forward to crack the list in 21st for forwards with 47,980 votes. Finally Dan Girardi placed 18th amongst the defense voting with an impressive
37,836 write-in votes. The vote total for Girardi was the second highest amongst all write-in candidates.
Girardi's write-in total was the second highest of any write-in candidate thus far. A large sum of the credit for that feat goes to Kevin DeLury of TheNYRBlog for his relentless campaigning to get Girardi the recognition he deserves with an All-Star appearance.
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Having an outstanding beginning to his professional career, Carl Hagelin is becoming an offensive weapon for the CT Whale in the AHL. With Hagelin contributing in every way imaginable, the question of whether he breaks the Rangers roster this year deserves to be raised.
With 12 points (7 goals) in 16 games and an outstanding +10 already, Hagelin is thriving on the ice. He’s...
Everyone can vote for Dan Girardi through the online ballot or texting Girardi to the shortcode 81812 (Message and data rates may apply).That is all.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CTWhale.com reports that Carl Hagelin scored the shootout winner as the Whale defeated the Providence Bruins 3-2 in a shootout yesterday.Brendan Bell and Jordan Owens scored third period goals to help the Whale recover from a 2-0 deficeit.Hagelin scored in the sixth round of the shootout on the backhand....absolutely no reason EC should be on the Rangers ahead of Hagelin right now...
It is a bit of a slow day here in Rangerland, but there were some tidbits of information from practice to chat about, courtesy of Andrew Gross.
First, Brandon Dubinsky and Brad Richards sat out of practice today. As per Gross, Dubinsky was sick and Richards required a maintenance day. These are common occurence, and shouldn’t really be a cause for alarm. Hockey players need days...
No one expected the Rangers to win-out the rest of the season. That’s just a silly thought. But during their seven-game winning streak, which was snapped when they put up a clunker against the Montreal Canadiens, the Rangers showed signs of regaining the form that has made them succeed in the past. When their streak [...]
1) The Rangers will begin their annual coat drive Saturday. If you are going to any of the next three home games and can afford to donate, please consider doing so. Here are the details from the Rangers:
NEW YORK RANGERS HOST 6th ANNUAL WINTER COAT DRIVE TO BENEFIT CHILDREN FROM THE GARDEN OF DREAMS FOUNDATION
New York, November 23, 2010 – In the spirit of the holiday season...
First, four of the top 10 Eastern vote-getters are from the all-star game host Ottawa Senators—Karlsson, Alfredsson (yeah, he’s having a big year), Spezza and Michalek.
Second, on his first day back in uniform, Skid Crosby got 14,000 votes to vault into ninth place among forwards.
Third (and this doesn’t qualify as idiocy) Dan Girardi (37,836) is second among write-in ballot...
…. I am pumped for this. Cannot wait to see the Rangers & Flyers behind the scenes for the NHL Winter Classic. Hat tip to Adam at SNYRangersBlog.com
SUNRISE, Fla. -- Rangers defenseman Marc Staal watched last night's 2-1 loss to the Panthers from the press box, as he continues to deal with post-concussion symptoms.
That meant Staal had a clear view of the ice midway through the second period when his teammate, forward Andre Deveaux, caught...
The New York Rangers didn’t find the sense of urgency they
needed following their 4-0 loss Saturday and it cost them again as they fell
2-1 in Florida Wednesday night. The lack
of offense was obvious, but the Rangers are back to the utter lack of energy
and effort that was plaguing them to start the season as well. If that does not change quickly, then the
Rangers forward Derek Stepan greets a Blueshirts fan wearing his jersey during one of the autograph session at last year's Toy Drive. The annual event brings players and fans face-to-...
via the NHL PR department,
HBO Sports® will present “Preview to 24/7 Flyers/Rangers: Road To The NHL Winter Classic,” a 12-minute preview of the upcoming NHL reality series featuring the spirited rivalry between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers, which is set to air exclusively on HBO. Debuting Friday, November 25 at 9:15 p.m. ET/PT, the special will serve...
Entering the 2011 football season, King Philip coach Brian Lee knew he needed two things from senior running back...