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Rangers steamroll Flames, extend winning streak to four

The New York Rangers took everything the Calgary Flames gave them, which was odd-man rushes, turnovers, and facepalm moments that turned into goals. The Rangers jumped out to a 4-0 lead, scoring twice at even strength, once on the powerplay, and once shorthanded, en route to a 5-2 win. The Rangers weren’t perfect, surrendering a […] The post Rangers steamroll Flames, extend winning...
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Rangers 5, Calgary 2

The New York Rangers (14-10-4) defeated the Calgary Flames (17-13-2) by a score of 5-2. For a box score, click here. Coming into this stretch of 3 games in 4 nights in Western Canada, you would’ve been happy to see the Rangers come away with 4 out 6 points. Instead, the Rangers won all 3 games handily by a combined score of 12-3 and now get a well deserved 3 days off. I was surprised...
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Nash scores twice to reach 20; Rangers top Flames

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) Rick Nash scored two goals to reach 20 for the season, and the New York Rangers beat the Calgary Flames 5-2 on Tuesday night to sweep a three-game Western trip. Chris Kreider, Derek Stepan, and Carl Hagelin also scored for New York, which will finish its road swing at Carolina on Saturday. Jiri Hudler and Curtis Glencross - with just 1:15 left - scored for...
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Lineup notes: Hunwick in, Moore out

Per the Rangers Twitter, Matt Hunwick will replace John Moore on the third defense pairing tonight in Calgary. It’s a relatively minor lineup change, probably designed to ensure Hunwick’s legs stay fresh. The post Lineup notes: Hunwick in, Moore out appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Gameday Thread- Rangers @ Calgary

The New York Rangers (14-10-4) wrap up the Western Canada trip by taking on the Calgary Flames (17-13-2) at the Scotiabank Saddle tonight starting at 9 pm. For a preview, click here. TV: MSG+ Radio: ESPN 98.7 FM Rangers Game Notes Probable line-up:  Nash-Stepan-Zuccarello Kreider-Miller-St.Louis Stempniak-Hayes–Hagelin Glass-D. Moore-Fast McDonagh-Girardi Staal-Boyle J.Moore...
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Derek Stepan’s Bozak-ian season

Derek Stepan is always a focal point of discussion for Ranger fans. He’s the teams 1C, but he’s not an elite center, so people think he’s better off as a 2C. Since returning from injury, Stepan has put up 14 points in 16 games, and has helped stabilize –prior to Derick Brassard’s mumps diagnosis– the […] The post Derek Stepan’s Bozak-ian season appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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What’s behind the resurgence of Rick Nash?

Currently Rick Nash, a member of the New York Rangers, is on pace to score 52 goals this year along with 38 assists for 90 points. Both the on pace goals and points would eclipse career highs of 41 goals and 79 points. This is a stark contrast to last season when he finished with just 26 goals and 13 assists for 39 points. Along with only three goals in 25 playoff games. So what...
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What’s behind the resurgence of Rick Nash?

Currently Rick Nash, a member of the New York Rangers, is on pace to score 52 goals this year along with 38 assists for 90 points. Both the on pace goals and points would eclipse career highs of 41 goals and 79 points. This is a stark contrast to last season when he finished with just 26 goals and 13 assists for 39 points. Along with only three goals in 25 playoff games. So what...
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Around the League: Trouble in Edmonton

I was watching some hockey game last week – Lord knows it wasn’t the Rangers, since they had basically all week off – when the standings flashed on my screen and I nearly choked on my hot chocolate. The FLORIDA PANTHERS have more points than the Rangers!? Surely I must’ve been drunk, but no, I […] The post Around the League: Trouble in Edmonton appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Rangers-Flames Preview

The Calgary Flames' offense has become dormant during their longest losing streak of the season. A matchup with the stingy New York Rangers might not help matters. Calgary looks to avoid a sixth straight loss Tuesday night when it hosts New York. The Flames (17-13-2) averaged 3.1 goals in their first 27 games to rank fifth in the league but have only eight during a five-game skid...
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Open Thread 12/15- Postgame Media; Call Up on the Way?

With Brassard back in NYC getting treatment for the mumps, the Rangers have just 12 healthy forwards with one more game in Alberta, Canada to be played. Given the unexpected nature in which the mumps virus rears its ugly head, could there be re-reinforcements on the way? If #NYR need a healthy center for B2B vs Canes next weekend, Oscar Lindberg, Chris Mueller are in Hartford ...
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Rangers 2, Edmonton 0

The New York Rangers (14-10-4) defeat the Edmonton Oilers (7-19-5) by a score of 2-0. For a box score, click here. Henrik Lundqvist didn’t get his shutout on Saturday night, but he earned one on Sunday. Hank needed to make only 16 saves to record his 5th shutout of the season and the 55th of his career passing Bernie Parent and all time Ranger great Eddie Giacomin for 20th all...
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Rangers win snooze-fest in Edmonton

Last night’s game was an absolute snooze-fest. The Rangers came in knowing they were playing a bad team, and the Oilers came in just like the bad team they are. The teams combined for just 38 shots on goal, which was probably less than the number of icings we saw in this game. Neither team […] The post Rangers win snooze-fest in Edmonton appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Henrik Lundqvist shuts out Oilers to give Rangers 3rd straight win

  Henrik Lundqvist's fifth shutout of the season was a breeze. Lundqvist made 16 saves, and the New York Rangers beat the Edmonton Oilers 2-0 on Sunday night. ''It was not a very tough game for me, but they had a few chances here and there,'' Lundqvist said. ''We were patient. We felt like they were playing not to make any mistakes and were staying back. They were waiting for us...
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Brassard has the mumps, sent home from club

So I missed this today, but Derick Brassard has been sent home from the road trip and will not partake in team activities after being diagnosed with the mumps. Tanner Glass replaced him in the lineup tonight. The post Brassard has the mumps, sent home from club appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Rangers roll through Canucks with offensive outburst

The New York Rangers started off their western road trip with an incredibly convincing (SCORE) win over the Vancouver Canucks last night.  The Rangers blitzed the Canucks for five straight goals, including the first three of the game in a four-minute span. The Canucks gave the Rangers way too much room int he neutral zone, […] The post Rangers roll through Canucks with offensive...
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Rangers-Oilers Preview

After pouring it on against one of the Western Conference's top teams, the New York Rangers have a prime opportunity to match their best winning streak of the season against the worst in the West. They'll make their second stop on a four-game trip Sunday night in Edmonton, where the Oilers are seeking scoring solutions of any kind. The Rangers (13-10-4) opened the trip with a 5-1...
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Rangers 5, Vancouver 1

The New York Rangers (13-10-4) defeated the Vancouver Canucks (18-10-2) by a score of 5-1. For a box score, click here. Well that was something. This game was so one sided, Bill Pidto broke out into the macarena during the second intermission. But in all seriousness, that was about as perfect of a first 40 minutes you could ask out of the Rangers. Just a shame that they couldn...
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Zuccarello leads Rangers past Canucks 5-1

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Mats Zuccarello had two goals and Henrik Lundqvist made 29 saves to lead the New York Rangers to a 5-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night. Ryan McDonagh, J.T. Miller and Marc Staal also scored for New York, which had lost two of three. Rick Nash and Derick Brassard each had two assists. Nick Bonino had the only goal for Vancouver...
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Game 27: Lines shaken up in Vancouver

The New York Rangers have shaken up their lines for tonight’s late night extravaganza against the Vancouver Canucks. Tanner Glass is out, Chris Kreider is on the fourth line, and J.T. Miller will be on the second line with Martin St. Louis and Derek Stepan. We’ve been calling for Glass to sit for a while, […] The post Game 27: Lines shaken up in Vancouver appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Lineup notes: Kreider to fourth line, Glass a healthy scratch?

Per the Rangers Twitter, Tanner Glass was skating with Matt Hunwick as the extra skaters at practice. Chris Kreider has been moved to the fourth line with Dominic Moore and Jesper Fast. That likely means J.T. Miller has moved up in the lineup to play top-nine minutes, presumably with Kevin Hayes and Lee Stempniak. The post Lineup notes: Kreider to fourth line, Glass a healthy scratch...
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The odd career arc of Marc Staal

Marc Staal has been a polarizing player for the New York Rangers this year. A pending free agent with a $3.975 cap hit, the Rangers are facing a critical decision involving another core piece –their third decision to make in two years. On one side of the coin, the Rangers can re-sign Staal, who is […] The post The odd career arc of Marc Staal appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Open Thread 12/12- Duclair, 2016 Winter Classic

At this morning’s skate with the Team Canada junior team, the Rangers 19 year old rookie forward Anthony Duclair skated on a line with Sam Reinhart (2014 1st- BUF) and Max Domi (2013 1st- ARI) per Stephane Leroux. Duclair a propos des @quebec_remparts “as tu eu l’assurance de retourner a NY après le CMHJ? / Moi je ne pose pas de question je joue” #RDS — Stephane Leroux...
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Rangers approaching important stretch of the schedule

The Rangers have had a light schedule the past week and change or so. Now, they begin a stretch of six games in ten days leading up to Christmas. It starts with a west coast swing though Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary before heading back east for a home and home with lowly Carolina and finally […] The post Rangers approaching important stretch of the schedule appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Is John Moore Really Michael Del Zotto 2.0?

John Moore #17 of the New York Rangers skates with the puck against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Madison Square Garden in New York City. (Mandatory Credit: Jared Silber/NHLI via Getty Images) Healthy scratch? Trade bait? Or last year as a Rangers? Who the **** knows. I’ll tell you what though, who cares! John Moore does have the raw natural talent and skill set to become a great...
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