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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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Chytil becomes latest victim of the Quinn Bin

When the Rangers visit the Sabres tonight in Western New York, Filip Chytil will not be in the lineup. The talented 19-year old rookie who’s played in 55 of the team’s 56 games, is a healthy scratch. For whatever reason … Continue reading

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Pionk to sit, Vinni Lettieri recalled

When the Rangers host the Bruins at 8 PM tonight, there’ll be two changes. Defenseman Neal Pionk will have a seat in the press box. He’s struggled a great deal and looked out of sorts in the previous two games. … Continue reading

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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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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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Why not let Chytil play in the World Junior Championship?

As the Rangers prepare for the Coyotes in Game #33 of 82 later at MSG, I can’t help but wonder if Filip Chytil would be better served playing in the upcoming World Junior Championship. The IIHF Under-20 WJC is a … Continue reading

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Game #25: Andersson scores key goal as Blueshirts end skid at two with 4-2 win over Senators

The most important part of tonight’s game was what the Rangers did before and during it to honor cancer survivors. They went out and won a hard fought game on Hockey Fights Cancer night. The Blueshirts ended their skid at … Continue reading

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Game #24: Bad finish to good game for Rangers in 5-3 loss to better Capitals

Sometimes, you run into the wrong opponent. Saturday’s home matinee was a clear case of that with the younger Rangers giving the defending champs a good game, but like the first meeting, they lost to the better team. The Capitals … 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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Game #20: Kreider and Lundqvist star in bounce back 4-2 win over Panthers

It was a good bounce back win for the Rangers, who defeated the Panthers 4-2 led by Chris Kreider and Henrik Lundqvist. Continue reading

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