Monthly Archives: January 2016

Projecting 2016 World Cup of Hockey Rosters: Team USA

Last January, less than a year after the most recent Winter Olympics which took place in Sochi, Russia, the NHL announced the return of the World Cup of Hockey for its third edition. The international hockey tournament previously took place … Continue reading

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Brassard’s career high five points helps Rangers past Sabres 6-3

Derick Brassard made sure the Rangers went into the All-Star break on a high note. After a disjointed performance in a 3-0 defeat at Ottawa Sunday, Brassard exploded for a career high five points helping the Rangers past the Sabres … Continue reading

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Game Preview: Rangers get first look at Eichel, Sabres

In what’s the final game before the All-Star break for them, the Rangers host the Sabres with a special start time of 7:30 P.M. at MSG. It’ll be their first look at Jack Eichel. Buffalo’s 2015 second overall pick who … Continue reading

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Angry Vigneault fumes at short press conference

Following a disappointing 3-0 shutout loss to the Senators, Rangers coach Alain Vigneault wasn’t in the mood to discuss what went wrong with reporters. Borrowing a page from former bench boss John Tortorella, he was abrupt and left the postgame … Continue reading

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Rangers follow up win streak with awful shutout loss at Ottawa

After finally winning two straight games, the Rangers couldn’t summon up the strength in a awful 3-0 shutout loss at Ottawa. They were outskated and outhustled by a bad Senators team. The defeat keeps them just one point up on … Continue reading

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Devils keep rolling towards the break

Nothing encapsulates an NHL season better than the last month for the Devils. ¬†After going 1-5 in a six-game stretch that had them on the outside looking in of a playoff spot, suddenly they’re hot again after winning four in … Continue reading

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Rangers sign Paille to aid penalty kill

In a move that addresses depth, the Rangers signed forward Daniel Paille. The 31-year old veteran agreed to a two-way contract that’ll pay him $575,000 in the NHL and $100,000 in the AHL. A smart defensive minded fourth¬†liner who excels … Continue reading

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Blandisi and Boucher contributions provide rare offensive spark from Devils pipeline

Reid Boucher tossing a puck to the crowd after being named the first star in New Jersey’s 4-2 win over Calgary on January 19th Since each has been called up from Albany for their latest stints in the NHL, Devils … Continue reading

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Around The NHL: Mike Rupp still believes in Rangers

From time to time, I’ll tune into NHL Network to see what the color analysts are saying following a game. In this case, it was former NHL tough guy Mike Rupp, who gave a fresh take on the Rangers. After … Continue reading

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Miller Time literally as JT wins it in overtime

It was Miller Time literally. J.T. Miller bested Ryan Miller in overtime giving the Rangers a much needed 3-2 win over the Canucks at The Garden. It was the first time they scored during actual 3-on-3 under the new format. … Continue reading

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