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It's time for the playoff bound New York Rangers to wake up

After a 5-1 win against the Ottawa Senators that secured a playoff spot, the New York Rangers’ level of determination has simply been lackluster. Starting from the game in New York against the Los Angeles Kings on March 24, their remaining schedule consists of a bunch teams that are either in the playoffs and barely holding on, or are bubble teams. Ergo, they have a tough set...
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An open letter to Cam Talbot

Let’s kick it back two months, shall we? Rangers playing Carolina, some traffic in front of Henrik Lundqvist and suddenly the face of the franchise is laying on the ice with an injury. It stops a fan dead in their tracks. Suddenly, we all channel our inner Dr. Briere and learn the workings of whatever is Read more → The post An open letter to Cam Talbot appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Sloppy Rangers get what they deserved.

The Rangers gave away two points today. The Rangers self destructed in their own zone with countless turnovers, poor coverage and the third line aside, the first period can best be described as sloppy. While Henrik Lundqvist looked rusty to begin, the turnovers and general play in front of him left a lot to be Read more → The post Sloppy Rangers get what they deserved. appeared...
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New York Rangers are the first team to clinch a playoff spot

On Thursday, March 26, the New York Rangers were the first team in the NHL to clinch a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The win came agains the red-hot Ottawa Senators and their sensational rookie goaltender, Andrew Hammond. The Rangers currently sit atop the league with 101 points and have 9 games remaining. This means they have 3 games in hand on the second place Anaheim Ducks...
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The New York Rangers look to clinch a playoff spot in Ottawa

The New York Rangers (99 points, 1st in the Metropolitan) are capable of clinching a playoff spot provided they beat the Ottawa Senators and the Boston Bruins lose. However, if the Rangers get one point out of the game, they would need the Bruins to lose in regulation in order to officially secure a spot. Either way, it’s not gonna be easy for the Rangers to leave Ottawa with...
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Henrik Lundqvist is ready to go, and he’s so dreamy

In case you missed it, Mackenzie Skapski was returned to the Hartford Wolf Pack yesterday. That means one and only one thing: Henrik Lundqvist is ready to go. After six long weeks without that glorious hair and perfect charisma, The King is ready to go. If your memory serves you, Lundqvist is the best goalie Read more → The post Henrik Lundqvist is ready to go, and he’s so dreamy...
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Lundqvist’s Return Very Close

Yesterday, in an interview with Swedish media outlet SVT Sport, Henrik Lundqvist says that he expects to return to game action at some point this week. Henrik Lundqvist has trained himself hard, in four to five weeks.Tomorrow he’ll run with the team for the first time. And he says that the goal is to play the game already this week. Not tomorrow, but this week. Also mentioned in...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Henrik Lundqvist or Cam Talbot?

New York Rangers’ star goaltender, Henrik Lundqvist, is set to return from his vascular injury soon, and it could not come at a better time. His team — fresh off a 7-2 drubbing of the once 1st place Anaheim Ducks — is riding high and playing with the confidence that befits the NHL’s No. 1 team. […] The post Henrik Lundqvist or Cam Talbot? appeared first on Along the Boards.
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

The Return Of The King

#NYR INJURY UPDATE: Following an exam & consultation with specialists, Henrik Lundqvist has been cleared to return to practice with the team — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) March 17, 2015 1 step closer.. It’s been 6 long weeks, look forward to start practicing with the boys — Henrik Lundqvist (@HLundqvist30) March 17, 2015 As you may have heard from yesterday, the Rangers...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

The New York Rangers continue to roll in the absence of Henrik Lundqvist

No Henrik Lundqvist, no problem for the New York Rangers as they have been 13-3-3 since Lundqvist’s gruesome injury sustained on January 31. In this hot streak, the Rangers won four straight road games, where they scored at least 5 goals in all of them, tying an NHL record. They also came out of a very difficult road trip to Nashville, Detroit, Chicago, Long Island, and Washington...
16 days ago  |  Discuss

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