Category Archives: Column

Lias Andersson makes season debut tonight

After spending the first month in Hartford where he performed well, 2017 first round pick Lias Andersson makes his season debut for the Blueshirts when they take on the Canadiens at The Garden. Having just turned 20, Andersson believes he … Continue reading

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Pominville pays back Sabres for honoring him in 9-2 rout of familiar rival

When Buffalo general manager Jason Botterill took over the Sabres in the summer of 2017, one of his first moves was reacquiring Jason Pominville as part of a four player trade that included two draft picks with Minnesota on June … Continue reading

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Suicide Watch on All Hallows Eve for Rangers fans

It’s suicide watch on All Hallows Eve for Rangers fans. Pavel Buchnevich is a healthy scratch for the second time under coach David Quinn when the Rangers visit the Sharks later tonight. Buchnevich got the only assist on Vladislav Namestnikov’s … Continue reading

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Pick your favorite scoring line

There are plenty of exciting flavors in the NHL that can excite hockey fans when it comes to scoring lines. Much like ice cream, it depends on your preference. Continue reading

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The best New York team plays in Buffalo

There isn’t much excitement in the New York area for sports this winter. You have to look much further to find a compelling team worth following. Continue reading

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Counting Down to Training Camp

September is finally here. Almost a week in with insane temperatures and ridiculous humidity that have melted most of the remaining players at a grueling U.S. Open, I can’t wait for cooler weather and classic autumn breezes to arrive. With … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead: How the ‘18-19 Rangers stack up

It’s never easy to assess a rebuilding team. Coming off their worst season in over a decade, the Rangers are a team in transition. Expectations aren’t that high as in years past. Fans should be realistic about what to expect. … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Hayes is the best center on the Rangers, Pay him!

Let me start off by saying what’s been on my mind for a while. How long exactly? Try since February of last season. There are many different perspectives on what needs to happen going forward for the Rangers. I’m here … Continue reading

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Summer of calm for Hudson rivals, Rangers and Devils

It’s now been over a week since all the fireworks 🎇 were fired on the first day of free agency. Following John Tavares’ impactful decision to go home like Dorothy to Kansas Toronto, leaving a gaping hole for the Islanders … Continue reading

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Are the Rangers in or out on the Karlsson trade?

Last night, rumors swirled that Ottawa and Tampa Bay had agreed in principle to a trade involving Erik Karlsson. Of course, it was refuted by reliable TSN source Elliotte Friedman. Getting denials on a Karlsson trade….we'll just have to let … Continue reading

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