Monthly Archives: April 2014

Rangers Livelihood At Stake Tonight

It’s officially a pressure cooker tonight. Everything comes to a standstill. On a big day of three Game 7’s to conclude the first round, the Rangers host the Flyers at what should be a chaotic MSG. The newly renovated building … Continue reading

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Rangers Embarrass Themselves In Game 6 Stinker

How to sum up the Rangers’ effort tonight? It was pathetic. With a chance to wrap up the first round series, they embarrassed themselves. This was unacceptable. Full credit to the Flyers who scored the first four on Henrik Lundqvist … Continue reading

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Jagr re-signs with the Devils

For once, the Devils managed to re-sign their most important free agent before July 1 as it was announced they’ve agreed to terms with HOF’er to be Jaromir Jagr for at least next season.  The source of this news was … Continue reading

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Hanging On: Rangers defeat Flyers 4-2 to take Game 5

It wasn’t easy because it never is. With this team, it’s how they do things. At one point, the Rangers led by three. But anyone who’s lived and died with them knows better. They held on to defeat the Flyers … Continue reading

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Power struggles hurting Rangers

By show of hands, who thought the power play woes were a thing of the past? For much of the season, the Rangers have been able to score on the man-advantage. After finishing 15th under the tutelage of assistant coach … Continue reading

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Mason’s 37 saves help Flyers even series

Steve Mason continued his mastery. The Flyers number one goalie finally was healthy enough to start and boy did he make a difference. His 37 saves allowed the Flyers to come away with a hard fought 2-1 win over the … Continue reading

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Rangers show character in big Game 3 win, lead Flyers 2-1

The playoffs are all about having a short memory. After losing Game 2, the Rangers showed character to take back home ice. Facing a hostile environment, they responded with an emphatic 4-1 win over the Flyers in Game 3 at … Continue reading

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Rangers need Rick Nash to finish

Since coming over from Columbus, Rick Nash has shown flashes of what made him one of the league’s best finishers. He still overcame concussions to lead the Rangers in goal scoring his first two seasons. After notching 21 last year, he tallied … Continue reading

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Emery outplays Lundqvist, Flyers even series

Before the series, the Flyers knew starter Steve Mason would be out. That meant veteran Ray Emery. In Game 1, the Rangers were able to expose him laterally. Today, they were stoned by the Flyer backup, who finished with 31 … Continue reading

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Post Game Flyers-Rangers: Hitting aplenty in Game 1

Whenever you play a rival in the postseason, expect plenty of rough stuff. Both the Flyers and Rangers ramped up the intensity. Neither side passed up an opportunity to finish a check. It’s what you come to expect in a hardly … Continue reading

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