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Rangers brutalized literally in latest loss

It’s bad enough this team is hard on the eyes. Following Thursday’s 4-0 humiliation at the hands of the superior Maple Leafs, the Rangers were brutalized literally in their latest loss to Nashville 5-2 in Music City. The fifth defeat … Continue reading

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With losing streak at three, desperate Blueshirts recall Peter Holland and send down Boo Nieves

Much has been made of Alain Vigneault’s lineups during a up and down season. With the Rangers in a slump having dropped three in a row in bad fashion, he’s now desperate enough to turn to Peter Holland. Acquired from … Continue reading

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The Rangers are a lost cause

It took a lot of games to reach this point. Since a poor start, the Rangers picked themselves up and played their way back into playoff contention. Even without Mika Zibanejad for a period, they did well enough to make … Continue reading

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One Win The King Deserved: Lundqvist stops 37 in Rangers 2-1 shootout win over Coyotes

The last couple of times he went to a shootout, it hadn’t treated Henrik Lundqvist too kindly. The King made certain that didn’t happen again in a scintillating performance to carry the Rangers past the Coyotes 2-1 in Arizona. On … Continue reading

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A Winter Classic Hangover

The Winter Classic had the Broadway script ending on New Year’s Day with J.T. Miller playing the role of hero by doing the dirty work in front to beat the Sabres on a power play rebound from Kevin Shattenkirk at … Continue reading

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Rangers show grit in big 3-2 overtime win over Bruins

Grit is something that hockey fans appreciate. The Rangers don’t have your classic guys in that department. They make up for it with heart and determination along with resiliency. In a back to back situation on short rest with a … Continue reading

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Zuccarello leads the Rangers to important 5-2 win over listless Devils

Maybe I should call out more players. In one of their better efforts, the Rangers rebounded from a tough loss Friday by soundly defeating the listless Devils 5-2 at The Garden. The win allowed them to improve to 16-11-2 with … Continue reading

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Happy Turkey Day! Rangers Thankful For Stuffing Their Way Back Into Division Race

Happy Turkey 🦃 Day everyone! We hope you’re enjoying your Thanksgiving with loved ones. It truly is a day to be thankful for what we have because not everyone is so fortunate. I’m thankful for my family, friends and a job … Continue reading

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Fit For A King: Lundqvist pitches 63rd career shutout in 3-0 win over Senators

Two days after wasting a great performance from Henrik Lundqvist, the Rangers rebounded by winning their sixth straight home game. A straight forward 3-0 domination of the Senators before a happy crowd at MSG. They played well in front of … Continue reading

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Nash stars in latest win extending Rangers’ streak to six in a row

It’s funny how things work out. In my last piece, I discussed how Rick Nash deserved better than the four goals he had- expressing confidence that he’ll turn it around. Low and behold, Nash was front and center in the … Continue reading

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