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WATCH: Playoff Throwback: Richards nets a game-winner

You don't win the Conn Smythe for no reason. Just ask 2004 winner Brad Richards who scored 7 game-winning goals in a single playoffs.
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Impact Player: What Brad Richards Means In Chicago

What does it mean for the Blackhawks to have a legit center for their second line in Brad Richards? And what does it mean for Richards to skate with the talented Blackhawks forwards? Who did Richards play with in New … Continue reading →The post Impact Player: What Brad Richards Means In Chicago appeared first on Committed Indians.
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July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Maybe Richards will sign as a free agent with the Lightning?

The Rangers bought out Brad Richards yesterday, which in practice means the Rangers lost two captains in one season. If lightning strikes (ha!), he could be joining another Rangers captain in Tampa Bay; Ryan Callahan. It remains to be seen if Callahan re-signs with the Lightning. I hope he does, solely so the Rangers can recoup a 2015 second round pick. But even if he doesn’t,...
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June 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Brooks: Rangers will use compliance buyout on Brad Richards

Per Larry Brooks, the Rangers will use their final compliance buyout on center Brad Richards: It is a fait accompli that Brad Richards has worn the Blueshirt for the final time. It is only a matter of timing as to when management exercises its final amnesty buyout on the team’s de-facto captain, whose tenure over […]
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June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers need Richards to find his game, quickly

After emerging as the team’s de facto captain and becoming a reliable source of complimentary offense in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Brad Richards has had his two worst games of the season in the Final. He has flopped against the Kings in more ways than one and leaves the Rangers in a bind. Richards’ play looks like he has aged 10 years. He is mostly behind the pace and rarely...
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June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Brad Richards rewrites his Rangers legacy as buyout looms

Last year Brad Richards found himself a healthy scratch in the playoffs. As if that weren’t embarrassing enough, his removal from the lineup was at the command of John Tortorella, the same coach he won a Stanley Cup and a Conn Smythe with in Tampa Bay. His benching was the rotten cherry on top of an underwhelming season. There were strong arguments to use the team’s last amnesty...
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May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

The Brad Richards Problem for the New York Rangers

Brad Richards was very deserving of the heat he took last season from Rangers fans and the media. He flat out wasn’t good enough and wasn’t physically prepared for an NHL season following the lockout, err I mean work stoppage. Richards had 34 points in 48 games last season, which made him a third line center on a team that needed him to play in the top six. Thankfully, Derick...
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April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Brad Richards engaged to model Rechelle Jenkins

Brad Richards had a lot to smile about while hosting his second annual "Wines of the World" charity event in midtown Manhattan Monday night.The New York Rangers' veteran center arrived at the Stone Rose Lounge with Australian-born model Rechelle Jenkins on his arm and announced the two now are engaged.Richards proposed during the Olympic break while on vacation in the Bahamas...
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

The best is yet to come for the New York Rangers

You might look at the New York Rangers today, 38 games into the season, and think 2013/14 is but another lost year. The team sit in 4th place – and out of the playoffs – in a horribly weak Metropolitan Division, they just lost six of nine at home, and their best players are either hurt or missing. With a .500 record, the glass feels half-empty.  But add all that up again, and...
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December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Playing devil’s advocate: Brad Richards

Bruce Bennett/Getty Images We’ve received some feedback over the past few weeks that readers are looking for a more objective viewpoint on hot-button Rangers issues.  In our insatiable desire to please our readership, we’ve decided to start the Playing devil’s advocate series, looking at both sides of major debates and lending our own conclusion. As the 2013-2014 season progresses...
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December 05, 2013  |  Discuss
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