Tag Archives: Evgeni Malkin

Game #56: Rangers fall to Winnipeg 4-3 despite good effort

It would be easy to point out that losing to Winnipeg was predictable. Sure it was. However, in a puzzling league where Detroit went into Nashville and swept the season series (not joking), it was possible for the Rangers to … Continue reading

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Game #39 Penguins blow out Rangers 7-2

When I saw this game on the schedule, I knew what to expect. The Penguins have been red hot lately. Even the two consecutive road wins the Rangers had over the Predators and Blues to end last year, didn’t mean … 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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Hockey Preview Part 1: Ranking the Metro Division

Believe it or not, we’re less than two weeks away from the start of a new season. A time for new beginnings. That’s especially true in the Metro Division, where as many as six of the eight teams should be … Continue reading

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Ovechkin Caps finally get better of Crosby Pens

It had to happen eventually. In a year where most pundits including myself wrote them off even after they won the Metro Division, the Capitals finally proved they were better than the Penguins. Indeed, the Ovechkin Caps are moving on … Continue reading

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NHL Playoff Preview

It’s finally arrived. After a long 82 games, the best time of year is here. For six of the 16 participants, the NHL Playoffs gets going tonight. Sixteen teams can achieve their ultimate dream of winning the Stanley Cup. It’s … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts: Hart race, Ovechkin, Islanders

These are some of observations on the season which is drawing to a close in three weeks. Unless your team is making the playoffs, then this is about what I’ve seen. Some random thoughts: 1.The Hart race remains a hotly … 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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Hard Hits: A Hall of a Hart race

HARD HITS By Derek Felix As March rolls in with thunder snow courtesy of the latest, craziest bomb cyclone that dumped between 10 inches to over a foot of the white stuff Wednesday, there’s a similar storm brewing for the … Continue reading

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Back…with a vengeance

Just a week ago at the All-Star break things looked bleak for the Devils, with the team in a death spiral of losing combined with some key injuries, it seemed as if this season was going to go the way … Continue reading

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