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In scratching Shattenkirk for Thursday, Quinn is sending a message to Rangers

In a move that should come as no surprise, it appears that new coach David Quinn will make veteran defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk a healthy scratch for Thursday’s home game against the Sharks. In an ugly 8-5 loss at Carolina on … Continue reading

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Tanner Glass owns the biased Rangers fans

New Column: Why Tanner Glass is right #NYRangers Continue reading

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Lundqvist outplays Price in big first round win

Entering the playoffs, the lingering questions still were being asked. Could Henrik Lundqvist put behind the worst season of a brilliant career? The proud 35-year old Swedish King answered it loudly. In resounding fashion, he outplayed Carey Price in the … Continue reading

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Stepan remains a constant for Blueshirts

New Column: Why Derek Stepan is still a key Blueshirt #NYR #DerekStepan Continue reading

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Classy athlete Lundqvist now top 10 in wins remains Rangers’ best

What makes Henrik Lundqvist so popular? He gets it. #NYR Continue reading

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Remember when MSG was a home ice advantage?

Why are the Rangers so bad at MSG? Read my column on why. #NYR Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Coaching change working for Islanders

  When the Islanders visit Columbus this afternoon, they’ll look to continue their superb play under interim coach Doug Weight. Since he took over for Jack Capuano, they’re 12-4-2. Dating back to a 4-0 shutout over Boston in Capuano’s final … Continue reading

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Smoke and Mirrors

The Rangers have been winning with smoke and mirrors. I hate to say that. But they’re not getting enough contributions from key players. Let’s start with the center tandem of Derek Stepan and Mika Zibanejad. Each are without a goal over … Continue reading

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Surging Sabres in the hunt in crazy playoff race

The #Sabres are suddenly surging and right in the mix for the playoffs. Continue reading

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Zibanejad’s slump hurting Blueshirts

Even when they won six in a row, the Rangers hadn’t been getting production from everyone. Now that the winning streak is over courtesy of who else but the rival Islanders, who prevailed 4-2 last night in Brooklyn, it’s time … Continue reading

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