Tag Archives: Derick Brassard

The Lias Andersson Issue

Lias Andersson (with Brendan Lemieux above) has been handled poorly by the Rangers organization. AP Photo via Getty Images Imagine having the foresight to see ahead and plan for the future. This is exactly what the Rangers did in the … Continue reading

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Rangers visit troubled Senators in classic trap game

Artemiy Panarin looks to keep it going with Jacob Trouba at Ottawa. AP Photo by Mary Altaffer via Getty Images In about an hour from now, the Rangers and Senators will face off from Ottawa in Kanata, Ontario. The name … Continue reading

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September is almost here! So is hockey.

It’s a wonderful Saturday morning in the land of the forgotten borough of Staten Island in the Big Apple. I drove around past Richmond Town to my favorite old bagel spot that I used to frequent some 26 years ago … Continue reading

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#ForeverZucc Saying goodbye and good luck to Zuccarello

“It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.”-Boyz II Men How do you say goodbye to someone you love and admire? Many of us are dealing with that the best way we know how. By saluting what Mats Zuccarello brought … Continue reading

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The plot thickens for Zuccarello and Hayes

A day after losing streak home to Minnesota 4-1, the Rangers are gearing up to trade two of their best players. With Monday’s trade deadline at 3 PM fast approaching, it could happen anytime between now and then. That leaves … Continue reading

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Rangers Fire Vigneault

In a bit of a stunner considering there are games still going on, the Rangers didn’t wait around. Apparently, whatever went on in today’s awful display in a 5-0 loss to the Flyers and a bizarre press conference was enough. … Continue reading

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A electrifying overtime win for these young Rangers over one of league’s best

Good morning RangersTown pic.twitter.com/S3K1LG3C5D — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) March 15, 2018 I’ll be honest. When I made the drive with Justin and Michael to The Garden, we weren’t expecting much. The Pens are one of the league’s best teams. … Continue reading

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It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday

“It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.”-Boyz II Men Who ever thought I would start off a hockey post with a memorable lyric from Boyz II Men in the early 90’s of my teenage fandom? However, it feels appropriate … Continue reading

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Young Blueshirts no match for Eric Staal and Wild

The losing streak is now up to six. That’s six consecutive games without a point. The younger Blueshirts are learning how hard it is to succeed at the highest level. Even though the effort was better than Thursday night, it … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day for Blueshirts, A Message on Parkland tragedy and racist idiot Hawks fan

When you’re bad, losing becomes a constant. It never is something you get used to as a player. Listening to a downcast Henrik Lundqvist on the postgame in my car courtesy MSG radio on ESPN 98.7 FM, you can feel … Continue reading

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