Found February 09, 2012 on
The New York Rangers will try to rebound from a controversial loss when they welcome the Tampa Bay Lightning for tonight's battle at Madison Square Garden.
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The Rangers played two abysmal periods against the Devils Tuesday night and despite a better third (and a shocking refereeing decision in waiving off a late tying goal), they deserved to lose. That said, this is a tight-knit bunch who know how they need to play and (usually) play their style of game well.
The Rangers listen to their coach. Now that Tortorella has his team singing...
The set-up was perfect.
The Tampa Bay Lightning was coming off a rousing 6-3 home victory Saturday against their heated state and division rival, the first-place Florida Panthers.
It was a game that featured a Martin St. Louis hat trick to mark his landmark 900th career NHL game, league-scoring leader Steven Stamkos 34th goal and another important step forward for the Bolts on...
I'm not going to sit here and sugarcoat a loss because of a bad call at the end of the game, so don't allow the title of tonight's postgame fool you. But the New York Rangers rightfully tied the New Jersey Devils in the third period, 1-1, with just 3 seconds remaining on the clock this evening, however they were robbed of that goal because of poor judgment by the officials...
New York Rangers coach John Tortorella wants hockey to adopt an NFL-style review system for the last minute of a game, he said in a pregame news conference Thursday.
Hockey was a big part of family life for Brendan Mikkelson when he was growing up in St. Albert, Alberta.
Bill Mikkelson, who played with three NHL teams in the 1970s, and his wife, Betsy, loaded Brendan and his older sister Meaghan in the car ...
You can criticize John Tortorella all you want, but the guy cares about this team tremendously......not sure there's another coach in the league that gets as fired up after an overtime win than Torts.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
… a heart breaking missed call? Yes, indeed it was. But also do not discount the fact that the Rangers played flat mostly all night and the offense, and of course the powerless play, were down right awful. Unfortunately for the Blueshirts, the Devils were the better team tonight. But still sucks that they were [...]
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The National Hockey League fined Tampa Bay Lightning forward Dominic Moore $2,500 on Friday.
NEW YORK (AP) - Brad Richards scored 3:37 into overtime to give the New York Rangers a 4-3 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night.
New York's Brian Doyle tied it at 10:13 of the third period, pouncing on a loose puck and driving it...
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Kyle Clifford's goal through the legs of Dwayne Roloson midway through the second period helped Los Angeles beat the Lightning 3-1, snapping the Bolts' string of seven consecutive games with at least a point (6-0-1) and dropping them below the .500 mark.