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Game #35: Christmas blah shootout Flyers 3 Rangers 2

The shootout is such a crummy way to decide these games. Especially following an exciting five-minute three-on-three. So, the Rangers were victimized in the skill competition by the Flyers to drop the final game before Christmas, 3-2. It’s a flip … Continue reading

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Namestnikov and Zuccarello not on road trip

When the Rangers visit the Senators tonight in Kanata, Ontario, they’ll be without two of their starting forwards in the top nine. Both Vladislav Namestnikov and Mats Zuccarello didn’t make the road trip that also includes a stop in Montreal … Continue reading

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Game #23: Flyers cool off sloppy Rangers in 4-0 shutout

Sometimes, you can just tell when your team doesn’t have it. That was evident early in a disappointing Rangers’ 4-0 shutout loss to the Flyers at Wells Fargo Center this afternoon. The Thanksgiving Showdown was a dud for David Quinn’s … Continue reading

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Black Friday: Rangers look to keep going minus McLeod at Flyers

The new traditional Black Friday game on NBC is here again. It’s the Rangers and Flyers in the City of Brotherly Love this afternoon at 1 PM. Tied in points (26) with the first place Blue Jackets, the Rangers bring … 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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Preseason continues: Rangers and Islanders face off tomorrow

As training camp continues, so does the preseason. So far, the Rangers haven’t been that busy compared to the Islanders and Flyers. The latter of who they lost to 6-4 on Wednesday in the first game at Madison Square Garden. … Continue reading

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Preseason continues: Rangers home for Flyers

Tonight, fans get their first look up close at the rebuild. The Rangers return home for the first time since the end of March to host the Flyers in preseason. While expectations are much higher for the guys from Philly, … Continue reading

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Flyers bring back JVR, Tavares still silent as Canada Day hits

The biggest news still hasn’t come yet. It looks like John Tavares will not be accepting the Islanders’ eight-year max contract offer. Midnight is about to hit and still nothing on his decision. Maybe it’s gonna be a wait for … Continue reading

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Couturier’s hat trick and five points while hurt overshadow Guentzel’s four goals

Sometimes, the NHL Playoffs demonstrate how courageous these players are. The level of pain threshold they play through is unreal. Patrice Bergeron once played with a broken rib and separated shoulder in Game 6 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: First Round lacking usual bite

HARD HITS By Derek Felix View this post on Instagram Always #LeafsNation A post shared by Toronto Maple Leafs (@mapleleafs) on Apr 21, 2018 at 5:18pm PDT Normally, the first round of the NHL Playoffs has a couple of riveting … Continue reading

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