Tag Archives: David Quinn

AV meets Gritty, The crazy first round continues

Okay. So, Alain Vigneault and the Flyers are a strange fit. It’s gonna be interesting to follow for Ranger fans. The good thing for us is it’s from a distance. That makes it easier. We don’t have to concern ourselves … Continue reading

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Game #82: A positive conclusion in Quinn’s rookie year

Last night, the Rangers played their final game of rookie coach David Quinn’s rookie year. Like over a quarter of the games, Game 82 required overtime. The Penguins were still playing for something. A shot at home ice in the … Continue reading

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Rangers thank fans with honest effort to make Columbus earn playoffs

Blue Jackets 3 Rangers 2 Game 81 of 82 will just be a footnote in a season without the playoffs. However, the final home game was exactly how I’ll remember the ’18-19 New York Rangers. Playing for nothing but pride … Continue reading

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The final game of the season

Tonight, the Rangers wrap up the season at MSG when they host the Blue Jackets. For all intents and purposes, the game means nothing. However, it has is of significant importance to Columbus. A win of any kind clinches the … Continue reading

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Game 79: When actual predictions come true

Rangers 2 Devils 4 So, I was on my FB messenger earlier during the second period with my Devils buddy. We were rousing each other on who would win the final meeting of the season. He said 4-2 Rangers. My … Continue reading

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Game #78: A Georgie Special as Buchnevich and Strome stay hot in win at Flyers

Some might say, ‘What’s the point in winning these games?’ I think Marc Staal said it best the other day. You don’t teach losing at any level. It’s about competing every game no matter what. Or in hockey terms, every … Continue reading

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Game #76: Big Bad Bruins humiliate Andersson and Rangers

I don’t often start off recaps like this. But I’m pretty ticked off at how that game ended. By that, I mean the way the big bad Bruins had to avenge Patrice Bergeron for a questionable hit by Lias Andersson … Continue reading

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Lost In Translation: Tony DeAngelo

For those hockey brethren who are easily upset by a interesting young player who doesn’t have the best history so far, you might want to take a second look at Tony DeAngelo. In his second season with the Rangers, the … Continue reading

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Game #72: Nothing Wild about latest Rangers loss to Minnesota

Like I stated before in the previous game recap, there’s nothing fun about these games now. Sure. The Rangers have yet to be mathematically eliminated from the postseason. But with 10 games remaining, that’ll soon come. They can only get … Continue reading

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NHL officials mess up another game

The final score read: Canucks 4 Rangers 1. To paraphrase what coach David Quinn had to say regarding an embarrassingly brutal five minute match penalty on Brendan Lemieux, he said they gift wrapped two Vancouver goals. Otherwise, he chose not … Continue reading

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