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Tied Up! Kreider’s goal with 1:28 left in regulation gives Rangers an improbable 5-3 win over Penguins to take Game Six, Comeback kids force deciding seventh game, Zibanejad delivers and Shesterkin silences chants

It’s going seven! The best words when it comes to playoff hockey. The Rangers dug very deep to pull out a hard fought 5-3 win to take Game Six over the Penguins in enemy territory.  Chris Kreider stunned everyone when … Continue reading

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Crosby out for Game Six, Jarry practices but won’t play, Motte a game-time decision

On the day of tonight’s Game Six in Pittsburgh, there’s plenty of news to digest. First and foremost, Sidney Crosby will not play. The Penguins captain skated with a skill coach this morning, but isn’t an option for Game Six. … Continue reading

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Rangers get ready for Game Six at Penguins, Gallant hints at Motte return, No discipline for Trouba, Update on Crosby, Shesterkin up for Hart Trophy

With a day off before another do or die elimination game to be played Friday night in Pittsburgh, there was plenty of discussion from the Rangers earlier today. After practice, Gerard Gallant spoke to the media on a few hot … Continue reading

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The images and highlights of Rangers Hall Of Fame legend Rod Gilbert, Number 7, MSG pays tribute

Having spoken to my Dad a lot about the sad passing of New York Rangers legend and Hall Of Famer Rod Gilbert, I’ve definitely gotten a new perspective on how much Number 7 meant to the franchise and the loyal … Continue reading

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Montreal Canadiens advance to their first Stanley Cup Final in 28 Years

The Montreal Canadiens advanced to their first Stanley Cup Final in 28 years. They did it last night in dramatic fashion by defeating the Golden Knights 3-2 in overtime of Game Six before 3,500 screaming Habs fans at Bell Centre. … Continue reading

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Legendary voice of hockey Doc Emrick hangs up the microphone

To the Voice of Hockey, HOF broadcaster, and friend, congratulations on an amazing career! Enjoy your retirement! #ThankYouDoc pic.twitter.com/dfnTavFvjK — Martin Brodeur (@MartinBrodeur) October 19, 2020 The year has been a trying one for so many people. In spite of … Continue reading

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Tampa Bay Lightning win the Stanley Cup

Stanley Cup Champs! The victorious Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate the Stanley Cup with proud NHL commissioner Gary Bettman in a memorable ceremony. All photos copyright NBC Sports via Getty Images courtesy Associated Press It took a lot longer than expected. … Continue reading

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Cirelli’s overtime winner sets up Stanley Cup Final between Lightning and Stars

The Lightning advanced to the Stanley Cup Final thanks to overtime hero Anthony Cirelli, who beat a brilliant Semyon Varlamov at 13:18 of sudden death to give Tampa a hard fought six game series win over the scrappy Islanders. They’ll … Continue reading

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Islanders run into Double Trouble as Flyers force Game Seven in sudden death

Fought our way back. ⭐️: Hart (49 saves) ⭐️⭐️: Provy (1g-1a)⭐️⭐️⭐️: Barzal (L) #AnytimeAnywhere | @Toyota pic.twitter.com/1HMaLgvKpQ — Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) September 4, 2020 It isn’t easy to close out a series. The Islanders have now twice learned that lesson … Continue reading

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Coming to grips with a gut wrenching moment

Life can be funny sometimes. It truly can be mysterious and unpredictable. Take the date May 25th. In 1994 on one memorable hot Spring night, that meant captain Mark Messier delivering on his promise by leading the Rangers back from … Continue reading

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