Tag Archives: Paul Carey

Grabner and Nash won’t play tonight

Updating the situation surrounding the Rangers, it looks like they’re closing in on potential deals. Rumored forwards Michael Grabner and Rick Nash aren’t going to play in tonight’s game at Montreal. They just recalled a extra forward Vinni Lettieri from … Continue reading

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Playing Cody McLeod over Paul Carey is as absurd as Vesey on fourth line

Entering the season, we knew the Rangers weren’t tough. They added no one to address that area by design. Under Alain Vigneault, they play a certain way. A skating transition style who chooses quality over quantity in shots. By not … Continue reading

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Rangers Week In Review: Inconsistency and Mediocrity leads to one conclusion

Since my last post, the Rangers have played four games winning the first two and losing the last two. That included tonight’s latest fiasco at Staples Center against their kryptonite the LA Kings. A all too predictable and typical incomplete … Continue reading

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Rangers lose big in Vegas

Plenty of fans made the trip to the sunset strip to cheer on their favorite team in Vegas. A destination I could be soon visiting in a month. The Rangers let down a lot of fans with another disjointed performance … 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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Game Preview: Rangers and Devils renew rivalry in a big game

Since 2012, you can count on one hand how many important games the Rangers and Devils played. The Battle of Hudson Rivalry has been lacking for a while due to the Devils missing the playoffs every season since hockey legend … Continue reading

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Desharnais and Carey lead Rangers to third straight win

It’s all falling into place for the Blueshirts. They won their third in a row to move into a tie for third place with idle Columbus in the crowded Metro Division. Following a impressive weekend sweep over Los Angeles and … 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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UnbeLeafable: Lundqvist chased as defenseless Rangers give up eight in 8-5 loss to Maple Leafs

New Post: A forgettable night in Toronto, AV kid treatment of Chytil, defense optional #NYR Continue reading

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Rangers down to 25: Chytil in line to debut, Andersson to Frolunda, DeAngelo in, Carey over Lettieri?

Eight days away from the home opener against the Avalanche, the Rangers cut down from 32 to 25 players. A day after sending Brandon Halverson and Gabriel Fontaine down to Hartford, they made some more moves. That included loaning first … Continue reading

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