Someone has Rick Nash’s Image on the Back of Their Head

Wow…this haircut is something else!!! #Nashty #NYRPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/5bvxzAQaz0 — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) April 17, 2014 I hope someone from the Rangers hooked this guy up with tickets for Game 1 and maybe a coupon to a Lids.
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Rangers Dominate Puck Possession in Game One

It was pretty obvious from watching Thursday night’s Game 1 that the Rangers were in possession of the puck far more often than their counter-parts the Flyers. But actually how dominant were they? How about these stats… The Rangers outshot the Flyers 35 to 15, including 13 to 1 in the third period. Yes, the Flyers had four times as many penalties (4) than shots in the final frame...
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Rangers Fan Gets Rick Nash Face In The Back Of His Head (Photo)

Photo Credit: @NYRangers/Twitter The NHL Playoffs had begun a few days ago and it seems this New York Ranger’s fan couldn’t wait. Check out this ‘not so well done’ haircut of Rangers’ star right-winger Rick Nash on this fan’s head. Literally, that’s Nash-ty.
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Rangers Fan Gets Haircut That Kinda, Sorta Looks Like Rick Nash’s Face

When it comes time to support your favorite NHL player in the playoffs, most normal fans generally choose to wear some sort of apparel to show their support – a jersey, a t-shirt, maybe even some face paint. This New York Rangers fan, however, is not one of those normal fans. Instead of the jersey route, this guy elected to shave a photo of his favorite player – forward Rick...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers fan gets frightening image of Rick Nash cut into hair (PHOTO)

Most athletes are usually honored to have their number or image shaved into the hair on the back of devotee's head, but this Rangers fan's elaborate rendition of Rick Nash's face might scare the NHL star himself.  It is absolutely terrifying — even the Bauer logo looks sinister.Let the nightmares begin.Wow...this haircut is something else!!! #Nashty #NYRPlayoffs pic...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Gotta support the team: Rangers fan shaves Rick Nash’s face into back of head (photo)

Well … that’s certainly something. Face painting? So … played. Hair dyed in team colors? Whatev. How about shaving a team’s logo into one’s head? Not good enough.  A clearly die-hard, dedicated and devoted New York Rangers fan and avid Rick Nash backer showed other hockey fans how a true fanatic pledges his support for […] The post Gotta support the team: Rangers fan...
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Special Teams Will Be Key To Rangers/Flyers Series

Last season, the power play was the Rangers undoing in the playoffs. They went an unconscionable 4-for-44 combined in their two series against the Capitals and Bruins. If the Rangers plan on sticking around in the postseason a little longer this year, they’re obviously going to need to improve on those numbers, especially when you consider that the Flyers were the most penalized...
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Thursday (4/17/14) Headlines

Bergen Record - Keys to the Rangers-Flyers playoff series Bergen Record - Rangers notes: Derick Brassard ’100 percent’ New York Post –  Rangers’ Nash not sorry Flyers goalie Mason is out for Game 1 New York Post –  Derick Brassard insists he’s 100 percent for Rangers opener New York Post –  Blueshirts can’t roll over for Flyers in ‘brand’ new season New...
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Penalty Minutes: Anaheim, Montreal favored for Stanley Cup runs

Unpredictability. It's what makes the Stanley Cup Playoffs maybe the most exciting of all of the North America pro sports leagues' postseason tournaments. In the NBA, upsets are rare and it's often easy to pick the favorite from the outset. The same holds true in the NFL. Denver making the Super Bowl was no shocker, nor was Seattle. If anything, it was the size of the...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

so many forbidden feelings: series preview: Pens vs Blue Jackets

This is our sum of all fears as Penguins fans who fell in love with the Blue Jackets in their halcyon days, when they made the playoffs for the first time in franchise history, captained by Rick Nash and (wait for it) Steve Mason in his Calder year.  Sounds like a ******* fever dream these days but according to the Internet this did, in fact, actually happen.  This is the second...
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NHL Playoffs Simulation - Philadelphia Flyers vs New York Rangers

The New York Rangers finished with 96 points and a +25 goal differential. The Philadelphia Flyers finished with 95 points and scored just 1 more goal than they allowed. Our simulation has the Broadstreet Bullies winning in 5. Game 1Flyers 4Rangers 1Flyers lead series 1-0. 1st Period:NYR - Rick Nash (1) (Derick Stepan, Carl Hagelin) 4:02PHI - Claude Giroux (1) (Jakub Voracek, Scott...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Three takeaways from the Blue Jackets 3-2 loss to Tampa Bay

One: After a scoreless first period, a quick succession of penalties in the second swung the momentum in the Lightning's favor. This wore out the team somewhat. Limiting the penalties taken has to be paramount as they move into the post-season. Two: Columbus got back to their physical game in the third period with two monstrous hits by Jack Johnson and Corey Tropp, respectively...
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Rangers nip Sabres, gain home ice for 1st round of playoffs

So the Rangers have wrapped up home-ice advantage for the first round of the playoffs, everyone in the locker room was speaking of confidence as if it abounds, and, boy, isn’t life jolly? The reality is that Thursday night at the Garden should have been a wake-up call, a 2-1 win over the league-worst Sabres that was less than two minutes from being an utter embarrassment. With...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Nash's late goal lifts Rangers over Sabres 2-1

NEW YORK (AP) Rick Nash scored the winning goal with 1:42 left, on New York's third shot of the third period, and the Rangers improved their chances for home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs with a 2-1 victory over the NHL-worst Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night.
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

A look at Jesper Fast’s call up and the Rangers line combinations

On Monday, Jesper Fast was called up by the New York Rangers. The move followed the demotion of JT Miller (and Vigneault’s pointy comments about said player). Once he recovered from a high-ankle sprain, Fast became one of the Hartford Wolf Pack’s most consistent players. His call up was warranted, but the move made sense for a number of other reasons. I’ve argued that Miller...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Assessing the Rangers wingers, long term

While everyone who watches the Rangers with any regularity would agree that the Rangers need to address the center position in the near future, the Rangers have got a lot more talent on the wing than many will lead you to believe. It starts but certainly doesn’t end with the current roster. With Rick Nash […]
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Shea Weber: “Something’s got to change”

After the Nashville Predators were officially eliminated from the playoff picture last night, captain Shea Weber — usually a man of very few words — vented to Josh Cooper of The Tennessean. “Nobody likes losing,” Weber said. “It’s frustrating. I don’t know what to say. It sucks. I hate it. Everyone in here hates it and it’s not a good feeling. Something’s got to...
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Three takeaways from the Blue Jackets 4-3 OT win over the Coyotes

One: Although they won, they looked tentative toward the end of the first and into the beginning of the second period. With the playoffs looming, a full 60-minute game is needed each and every night. There can be no hesitation or tentativeness if they hope to advance past the first round. Two: Ryan Johansen has emerged as not only a very good player this season, but also as a "...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Lineup Changes: Fast with Richards, Hagelin

Per Andrew Gross, the Rangers have inserted Jesper Fast into the lineup on a line with Brad Richards and Carl Hagelin. This means Derek Stepan will be skating with Rick Nash and Martin St. Louis. The third and fourth lines will remain the same, with Dan Carcillo likely serving as the healthy scratch tonight. The […]
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Do The Columbus Blue Jackets Need A ‘Face Of The Franchise’?

from Shawn Mitchell of the Columbus Dispatch, The Blue Jackets have no captain and no superstar. Not a single player on the roster has played in an NHL All-Star Game. Rick Nash, the former captain, All-Star and Olympian whose name was synonymous with the team for nearly a decade, has been gone for almost two years. So which face goes on the billboard, in the promotional...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Lineup notes: Boyle with Richards and St. Louis

Per Andrew Gross, coach Alain Vigneault has switched up the lines a bit headed into a potential clincher against Ottawa: Carl Hagelin-Derek Stepan-Rick Nash Brian Boyle-Brad Richards-Martin St. Louis Benoit Pouliot-Derick Brassard-Mats Zuccarello Dan Carcillo-Dominic Moore-Derek Dorsett Ryan McDonagh is also out tonight, so the defensive pairings will remain the same.
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Monday (3/31/14) Headlines

Bergen Record - Rangers blank Oilers, 5-0, behind Cam Talbot New York Post –  Rangers breeze to easy victory over the Oilers New York Post –  Rangers struggling on man-advantage Daily News - Rick Nash and Mats Zuccarello score twice in NY Rangers’ rout of Oilers New York Times –  Rangers Rout Oilers, Tying Franchise Road Win Mark Newsday - Nash, Zuccarello each score...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers 5, Oilers 0

Let’s make this much clear. The Edmonton Oilers are a bad hockey team. Not just a bad hockey team, but a bad hockey team with absolutely no confidence. Even a team like Buffalo, who have less talent than many KHL teams, at least have some life and play with some purpose. The Oilers have no redeeming qualities and it showed tonight. Of course, the Rangers didn’t pick their schedule...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Talbot, Nash lead Rangers over Oilers 5-0

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) Backup Cam Talbot stopped 26 shots for his third career shutout and Rick Nash and Mats Zuccarello scored two goals apiece to lead the New York Rangers to their sixth win in seven games, a 5-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday night.
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Game 76: Rebound in Edmonton

Photo: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports The Rangers gave away a golden opportunity on Friday night in Calgary, and lost two important points in the race to avoid the wild card. Tonight, they face another bad team that can’t play defense in Edmonton, and would truly benefit from two points, no matter how they come. Edmonton has more weapons than Calgary, the product of years of top...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

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