Tag Archives: Frederik Andersen

Tony DeAngelo is a breath of fresh air

Ryan Strome, who had four points, gives good friend and teammate Tony DeAngelo a handshake after his overtime winner gave the Rangers a 5-4 win at Toronto. AP Photo credit New York Rangers via Getty Images In what turned out … Continue reading

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Game #34: Quinn, Rangers can’t get no Re-Leaf

AP Photo credit Toronto Maple Leafs via Getty Images There was no relief for David Quinn or the Rangers tonight. They literally got no Re-Leaf. It was a mind numbing yet predictable 6-3 home loss to Toronto before a less … Continue reading

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Georgiev gets the call against Maple Leafs

“Times, they are a changin’”-Bob Dylan Tonight is Game 34 of 82 for the Rangers. They’ll host the ultra talented Maple Leafs at The Garden. It’s the first of three meetings this season. They’ll also play in Toronto on December … Continue reading

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Leafs fire Babcock, hire Sheldon Keefe

In a move that wasn’t a surprise, the Maple Leafs fired coach Mike Babcock earlier this afternoon. The 56-year old veteran bench boss was brought in from Detroit in 2015 where he took over the Leafs. He got an eight-year … Continue reading

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Marner leaves Rask and Bruins in dust

It’s funny. But I find myself intrigued by the NHL Playoffs so far. Even though I swore I wouldn’t do it, here I am caving in. I guess it’s the passionate hockey fan in me. What caught my eye on … Continue reading

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Game #74: Strome’s overtime winner gives Georgiev another victory over the Leafs

Maybe these games don’t have the same meaning to some. Don’t tell the Rangers. They went into Toronto and earned a hard fought 2-1 overtime win over the Maple Leafs. Ryan Strome scored the OT winner at 1:48 on a … Continue reading

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Rangers can gain ground in Lottery race with loss at Toronto

I don’t advocate tanking. I’m glad the Rangers aren’t under coach David Quinn. They continue to play hard, but haven’t been winning games. Since the trade deadline, they have one victory. I’ve lost track of what the exact total is. … Continue reading

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Game #34 Marner’s three points the difference despite good effort in 5-3 Rangers loss to Maple Leafs

Sometimes, you’re gonna be outscored by more talented opponents. The will was there along with the compete level. There was no quit in this one. Simply put, the Rangers were out-skilled by the Maple Leafs in a 5-3 loss up … Continue reading

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Deja Vu: Bruins end Leafs season five years later, Second Round set

The result was the same. For one hockey crazed city, it was deja vu all over again. For the other, it was celebration time. Five years later in a similar situation, the Bruins again got the better of the Leafs … Continue reading

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Leafs and Bruins play Game 7 tonight!

Of all the series in a lackluster first round, this one has stood out from the rest. A matchup between bitter rivals will require a Game 7 to decide who advances to the second round where the Lightning await. For … Continue reading

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