Tag Archives: David Quinn

Lias Andersson should play in these games

Sorry. There won’t be a recap of tonight’s 3-2 overtime loss in Edmonton. There’s no point. Speaking of which, that’s all the Rangers do these days is get one lousy point due to the lame NHL system. So, they’re now … Continue reading

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Rangers sitting Andersson and DeAngelo makes zero sense

I’m going to make this short and sweet. It’s an absolute joke that both Lias Andersson and Tony DeAngelo are sitting out for tonight’s game at Edmonton. What purpose does it serve the Rangers? They’re playing out the remainder of … Continue reading

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Why even bother rescinding the major call on Zibanejad?

A day following the unfortunate circumstance that went against the Rangers’ leading scorer Mika Zibanejad in a 1-0 loss to the Stars on Tuesday night, the league predictably rescinded the five minute boarding major penalty and game misconduct on the … Continue reading

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Refs ineptness doesn’t help Rangers in 1-0 shutout loss to Stars

Screw the recap. I’m just going to post this gif from The Athletic’s Shayna Goldman. Let it sink in. Watch closely. Mika Zibanejad tries to avoid hitting Radek Faksa. He sees a vulnerable Faksa in a tough spot after taking … Continue reading

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Game #64: Bad bounces, Armia’s hat trick overshadow Lemieux’s first goal in 4-2 loss to Canadiens

Home ice is supposed to be friendly. Not so much for the Rangers, who had two bad bounces go against them in a 4-2 loss to the Canadiens. Those two bounces resulted in Montreal goals to turn around a second … Continue reading

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Introducing the newest Ranger: Brendan Lemieux

It’s rare that you practically beg your team’s GM to go get a coveted player. That’s precisely what I did just over two weeks ago in a poetic tweet on my Kovy274Hart account on Twitter. I would love to pry … Continue reading

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Rangers say goodbye to Hayes by sending him to Winnipeg

The second domino fell a little while ago. With over four hours left in today’s NHL Trade Deadline, the Rangers said goodbye to Kevin Hayes by sending him to Winnipeg in exchange for forward Brendan Lemieux, a 2019 first round … Continue reading

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A heartbroken Lundqvist showed the human side of sports

One of the most unique player and teammate I ever played with. Brings so much to the table. Will miss you a ton! 😔My favorite moment as a Ranger, “We’re going to the finals!!” #36 #Zuuuuk pic.twitter.com/qMK5a54X21 — Henrik Lundqvist … Continue reading

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Disappointing return for heart and soul Zuccarello won’t satisfy fans

Following a well deserved 5-2 home win by the Rangers over an unprepared Devils, cult hero Mats Zuccarello exited Madison Square Garden for the last time in his car waving to fans. Unsurprisingly, the man known to all as “Zuuuucccc” … Continue reading

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Game #57: Georgiev wins his third straight decision as Rangers finally get secondary scoring in 6-2 win over Sabres

Can we call this a “shorthanded goal?” #NYR pic.twitter.com/bad1AxiC6A — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) February 16, 2019 A picture is worth a thousand words. Can the Rangers freeze frame the goal above that Pavel Buchnevich set up Jimmy Vesey on … Continue reading

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