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Video: Joe the Barber carved Ranger Chris Kreider into a dude's skull

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Keys for the New York Rangers heading into yet another game 7

The New York Rangers have officially tied the series at three games a piece with a gutsy victory over the Washington Capitals in game 6 at the Verizon Center. They take it back to MSG now for a game 7 once again. However, this game 7 isn’t going to be like any of the other ones. This will arguably be the hardest game 7 they have faced in the last six years. The Capitals are more...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Kreider Stepping Up, Alex Ovechkin Slumping as Momentum Shifts

NEW YORK, NY – DECEMBER 23: Alex Ovechkin #8 of the Washington Capitals skates against Dan Girardi #5 of the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on December 23, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Jared Silber/NHLI via Getty Images)   The Washington Capitals have found themselves in a tough spot. After sprinting out to a 3-1 series lead over the rival New York Rangers, looking...
Via The Sports Journal
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Kreider is a beast

When Mats Zuccarello went down with a concussion –side bar: It is not a fractured skull. That was a baseless rumor started by a faceless Twitter rumor account that just wanted attention. Rule of thumb, if the rumor comes from an account with no face, it’s not a rumor– we knew someone on the Rangers would Read more → The post Chris Kreider is a beast appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Bad weekend for Caps forces Game 7 in New York

The Washington Capitals entered the weekend with a commanding 3-1 series lead over the New York Rangers.  They would face New York in New York then come home to the friendly confines of the Verizon Center, if needed.  It was needed.  And one more. It was not a good weekend for the Washington Capitals.  On Friday night, the Caps had the game in had.  With under two minutes left...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Goal breakdown: Rangers force Game Seven

The New York Rangers were finally able to solve Braden Holtby multiple times, making the netminder look human in their 4-3 nail biter victory last night. Chris Kreider scored in the first minute and last second of the first period to give the Rangers an early two-goal lead. Both of those goals were deflating for the Read more → The post Goal breakdown: Rangers force Game Seven...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Chris Kreider makes a huge save for the wrong team

Here’s a bizarre play from Game 6 between the Rangers and Capitals. Trailing the series 3-2, Rangers fans are wondering what happened when Chris Kreider pushed a loose puck away from the Capitals’ goal and beneath Braden Holtby. The play is so strange that you might think the stick belongs to one of the Capitals, but in reality it’s Kreider preventing his team from scoring...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Metro Division Finals Game Six: Send it back to New York

The Rangers forced Game Six on Friday night, with Chris Kreider tying the game late and Ryan McDonagh scoring the overtime winner. The Blueshirts have another do or die game tonight in Washington, needing a win to send it back to New York. That, of course, is no easy task, but this team has shown Read more → The post Metro Division Finals Game Six: Send it back to New York appeared...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

The Zuccarello and Kreider deals – mixed results for the Rangers

Everyone will be breathing a little easier now Chris Kreider and Mats Zuccarello are under contract for next season but the potential fallout of the two deals really is a mixed bag for the Rangers. Chris Kreider Assuming Alain Vigneault can continue to improve Kreider’s defense, Kreider’s contract should immediately become a bargain. The big, […] The post The Zuccarello and...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers and Kreider Set For Arbitration

Per the CBA, salary figures for arbitration must be submitted 48 hours prior to the hearing. Chris Kreider’s hearing is set for Wednesday morning of this week, July 23rd. Kreider has asked for $2.8 million per year, meanwhile the Rangers have put forth 2 offers, both of them 2-year deals, the better one being $2.2 per year year. The sides can still negotiate a deal prior to the...
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July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

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