Tag Archives: David Pastrnak

Marner leaves Rask and Bruins in dust

It’s funny. But I find myself intrigued by the NHL Playoffs so far. Even though I swore I wouldn’t do it, here I am caving in. I guess it’s the passionate hockey fan in me. What caught my eye on … Continue reading

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NHL Playoffs: First Round and Beyond

As we already know in this space, there’s no playoffs for either the Rangers or Devils for the first time ever. This is the first time since Colorado relocated to New Jersey that that’s happened. It’ll be a quiet Spring … Continue reading

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Freeze Frame This

The Rangers are tied with the Bruins 1-1 after a period in Beantown on NBCSN. It didn’t start ideally with David Pastrnak getting his 34th on a early power play for Boston due to another bench minor. That’s gotta be … Continue reading

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Game #53: A spirited comeback sparks Rangers past Bruins

😃 pic.twitter.com/GrSKGOHoGA — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) February 7, 2019 It was a different game than the other day against the hated Kings. This time, the Rangers showed plenty of resolve in rallying from a 3-1 deficit against the Original … Continue reading

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Game #48: Zibanejad scores twice to highlight Rangers’ 3-2 win over Bruins, third win a row into break

This one was well earned. A job well done by a determined bunch of Rangers, who reeled off a third win in a row into the odd bye week and All-Star break with a 3-2 victory over the Bruins in … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Parity gives underdogs a chance in unpredictable league, Brodeur and Marty St. Louis inducted

A look at the current standings tells a story. The 2018-19 NHL season is unlike most. With few exceptions, most teams are struggling. Both the Capitals and Golden Knights would be out of the playoffs if the season ended today. … 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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Stamkos praises ex-Rangers vets following second round win over Bruins

Former Captain Brayden Point (@BraydenPoint19) had a goal in the Bolts 3-1 series clinching Game 5 win over Boston. Good luck to Pointer & the @TBLightning in the NHL Eastern Conference Final pic.twitter.com/vZoWOpNudL — Moose Jaw Warriors (@MJWARRIORS) May 6, … Continue reading

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No Licking Allowed: The curious case of Brad Marchand

Brad Marchand remains a puzzling star player for the Bruins. A top 10 player who can impact the game in all three zones with his tenaciousness combined with speed and skill, The Rat was up to his old tricks during … Continue reading

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Team Nash 6 Tampa Blueshirts 2

👉#NHLBruins pic.twitter.com/XTUFeHdy8k — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) April 28, 2018 In the first game of a intriguing second round series between a team with one former Ranger in the lineup against a team with five ex-Rangers, Team Nash defeated the Tampa … Continue reading

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