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That is exactly what tonight is for the New York Rangers as they take on the New York Islanders in Long Island.
The Blueshirts are riding a 6-game winning streak while the New York Islanders are one of the worst teams in the National Hockey League. With that said, however, it is more than likely that the Islanders will be up for tonight’s tilt in front of their fans.
While the Islanders’ will be more than pumped to play tonight’s match, the New York Rangers are an extremely hot club right now. They are scoring goals, playing smart defense, playing responsibly and having success on special teams.
This is a much different Rangers’ club that the Islanders will be playing compared to the team they faced back in October. Back then, the Rangers will still trying to figure out how to mesh well and what kind of team they were going to be.
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When the New York Rangers selected J.T. Miller 15th overall
in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, many, including myself, were unsure of the quality
of that selection. Players with bigger
name recognition and reportedly higher upside were still on the board when the
Rangers took Miller. Thus far Miller is
doing everything he can to quell the doubters and reward the Rangers for...
Various Rangers blog sites have gotten together and agreed to
review each five game segment of the New York Rangers schedule for
different items going on with the team. The sites participating 5-hole, SNY Rangers Blog, Blue Seat Blogs, The Rangers Tribune,and yours truly at Bleeding All Blue.
week discussion involved questions around Stepan's chemistry with...
Exactly one month ago, when the Rangers and Islanders met for the first time this season at the Nassau Coliseum, the Blueshirts were just returning to the U.S. after their lengthy European road trip that opened the season. New York (City) ended up losing that game by a score of 4-2 as they did not capitalize on prime opportunities to put the puck in the net. This time around, however...
Lots of excitement as the Dan Girardi All Star write-in campaign began yesterday with numerous tweets, Facebook messages and e-mails encouraging others to vote for the Rangers underappreciated defenseman or just letting other Blueshirts fans know that they had voted. Here's a pic reader John D. sends me of him doing his part...The campaign also received a nice plug from Greg...
title: 'Live Game Updates for',
subject: 'Game 16: New York Rangers @ New York Islanders',
The New York Islanders announced today that goaltender Mikko Koskinen has been assigned to KalPa of SM-Liiga (the Finnish Elite League).
Koskinen, 23, recorded a 2.82 goals-against average (GAA) with a .909 save percentage (sv%) this season i...
Brad Richards is taking to life as a big star in New York quite well.
He's showing up in Page Six for squiring starlets around town on his nights off and leading the Rangers to wins when he's working, something that's known as Jetering around these parts. Well, it's not really known as Jetering, but it should be especially when the Rangers are as hot as they are right...
Loved this pic of Brad Richards celebrating his game winning goal against the Islanders last night while the Rangers bench erupts in the background and Islanders players look like they're attending a funeral...Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at email@example.com.
UPDATE (Nov. 15): Craig Custance of ESPN Insider has this quote from former New York Rangers goalie Mike Richter: “I’m a huge fan of this outdoor game. It gets back to the roots of our game. I’ll participate in whatever I can,” he said. “I grew up idolizing the Flyers. We had a couple wars [...]
Brad Richards scores go-ahead goal late in game for New York, on its longest winning streak since 2009.Brad Richards scores go-ahead goal late in game for New York, on its longest winning streak since 2009.
Brad Richards' go-ahead goal with 4:55 remaining snapped a tie and sent the New York Rangers to their seventh straight victory, 4-2 over the New York Islanders on Tuesday night.
Matt Moulson’s goal with five minutes remaining in the second period was not enough offense for the Islanders as they lost 4-1 to the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday night at the Roge...