Monthly Archives: October 2013

Devils’ golden oldies lead the way past Tampa

When games like last night come along, you cherish them.  You don’t know how long you’re going to get to watch greatness in action, especially since fellow 41-year olds Martin Brodeur and Jaromir Jagr aren’t always going to be as … Continue reading

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There’s No Place Like Home

“There’s no place like home.” Those were the infamous words of Dorothy played by Judy Garland from The Wizard Of Oz. Or at least so we thought. The Rangers returned to their brand new renovated Madison Square Garden chalk full of … Continue reading

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‘General’ Motives

It was a typical Sunday afternoon in the Fall these days. Fresh off another Buffalo Bills loss, I was getting ready to sit down for a dinner with family early Sunday Night here on the West Coast, when a text … Continue reading

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Set for Sabre debut, Moulson thanks Islander fans

For Matt Moulson, it’s time to move on. A popular part of the Islanders rebuild, the three-time 30-plus goal scorer was traded to the Sabres last night along with a 2014 first round pick and 2015 second round pick in … Continue reading

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Rangers finally return to MSG for home opener

It’s been a long road with a lot of travel. Finally, the Rangers return to fully renovated MSG for the home opener when they host the Canadiens in a classic Original 6 match-up. It’ll be exciting for the players and … Continue reading

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Islanders Land Vanek from Sabres for Moulson, 2 picks

In a stunning move, the Islanders have acquired Thomas Vanek from the Sabres in exchange for Matt Moulson, a 2014 first round pick and 2015 second round pick. Newsday’s Arthur Staple broke the trade in a tweet 31 minutes ago. … Continue reading

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Rangers win one for Cam

If ever there was a character building win, it was this one. Against a team they never beat, the Rangers earned a hard fought 3-2 overtime win over the Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena. Derick Brassard’s breakaway goal with … Continue reading

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Power play gives Devils a defibrillator in wild comeback

  Between most of last season, a drama-filled offseason and the beginning of this season there’s been a lot of misery for Devil fans as the team’s continually found ways to lose.  Going into tonight the Devils had one win … Continue reading

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Bailey’s late goal stuns Pens

There are shifts you remember. For Islanders forward Josh Bailey, that shift came late in regulation in Pittsburgh. Facing the team that eliminated them from the playoffs, the Islanders showed the same resiliency that pushed the Pens to the limit. … Continue reading

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Kreider takes positive steps in loss

While the end result wasn’t what they wanted, the Rangers got an inspired effort out of Chris Kreider. Recalled from Hartford after posting two goals and two assists, he had an active game last night against the Flyers. Given an … Continue reading

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