Found December 16, 2011 on New York Rangers ? New York Post:
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ST. LOUIS —The Rangers knew what they were in for last night against a Blues team that was the second best defensive team in the league. “They’re big, they’re strong,” coach John Tortorella said of St. Louis after they beat the Rangers 4-1. “It was a test for...
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