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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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Jimmy Hayes tragically passes away at 31

If it seems like it’s a sad time for hockey fans this week, it is. Particularly for local fans, but it’s one thing for a local legend to retire following a long career after accomplishing nearly everything possible in the … Continue reading

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Rangers Legend Rod Gilbert passes away at 80

When we are reminded of all-time great Rangers, Rod Gilbert is at the top of the list. A legendary player who spent 18 years in Manhattan, the popular Ranger passed away at 80 on Sunday evening. Mr. Ranger. A true … Continue reading

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Game #13: A welcome sight for Lundqvist against lowly Red Wings

Tony DeAngelo scores his fifth on the power play. AP Photo by Mary Altaffer via Getty Images It’s hard to know what to expect. Following Monday’s disaster to Ottawa, you had to figure there would be a better effort. Sure … Continue reading

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A Lost Weekend for Blueshirts on Vic Hadfield Night

All Photos courtesy New York Rangers via Twitter. It was a weekend to forget for the Blueshirts. First, they continued their road woes by being so uncompetitive in an all too predictable 5-2 loss at the House of Horrors up … Continue reading

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Game #26: Awful in Ottawa

To be perfectly honest, I skipped this one due to the special ESPN 30 For 30 on the final days of Bob Knight at Indiana. It had gotten good reviews and I wanted to see it. So, rather than watch … Continue reading

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Rangers surprise Hadfield on Ratelle Night

The 1994 #NYR Legends present Jean Ratelle with one of his game worn sweaters. pic.twitter.com/Aq0YMZ5fTS — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) February 25, 2018 Nobody does these ceremonies any better than The Garden. That’s been known for quite some time. When … Continue reading

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Rangers trade Nash to Bruins, Ratelle finally to have number retired tonight

The last of the expected players to go before Monday’s trade deadline went early this morning. Rick Nash was finally traded to the Bruins in a complicated deal due to Boston’s salary cap. Here’s Rick Nash, Boston Bruin. pic.twitter.com/jnM4uqQhTh — … Continue reading

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Game #4 Red Wings visit Rangers as Klein returns for ‘Rivalry Night’

Rivalry Night features Original 6’s Red Wings and Rangers. A look back at the glory days. Plus the awful Miller/Fowler rumor. Continue reading

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Remembering Andy Bathgate

On Friday, hockey lost a legend. Andy Bathgate passed away at the age of 83. A former Ranger who spent 12 seasons on Broadway starring on teams in the 1950’s and early 60’s at the original Madison Square Garden, Bathgate … Continue reading

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