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Game #63: Movin’ Monday – Devils 2, Habs 1

Let me start this blog with a thought: There really shouldn’t be any games on deadline day. It’s just too hectic for the teams and the fans to go through the dual emotional roller coaster, it’s another game you lose … Continue reading

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McQuaid goes to Columbus

In a deal that was just completed, the Rangers sent defenseman Adam McQuaid to Columbus in exchange for a fourth and seventh round pick. Update: Julius Bergman is also part of the trade. A 23-year old right defenseman, who’s never … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: NHL All-Star Weekend and Trade Deadline

That went well👍🏻🥇 What a great weekend. So much fun. Thanks to San Jose for hosting! #NHLallstar pic.twitter.com/9mTH0BInBC — Henrik Lundqvist (@HLundqvist30) January 27, 2019 NHL All-Star Weekend came and went in San Jose. They were a great host with … 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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Black Friday: Rangers look to keep going minus McLeod at Flyers

The new traditional Black Friday game on NBC is here again. It’s the Rangers and Flyers in the City of Brotherly Love this afternoon at 1 PM. Tied in points (26) with the first place Blue Jackets, the Rangers bring … Continue reading

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The final Rangers game is a chance to make Flyers nervous

Later today at about 3:15 PM in the City of Brotherly Love on NBC, the Rangers play their final game of the season against the Flyers. Game 82 means a lot more to the hated rival who with just a … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day for Blueshirts, A Message on Parkland tragedy and racist idiot Hawks fan

When you’re bad, losing becomes a constant. It never is something you get used to as a player. Listening to a downcast Henrik Lundqvist on the postgame in my car courtesy MSG radio on ESPN 98.7 FM, you can feel … Continue reading

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Back…with a vengeance

Just a week ago at the All-Star break things looked bleak for the Devils, with the team in a death spiral of losing combined with some key injuries, it seemed as if this season was going to go the way … 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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Ugly first period dooms fading Islanders

They had played so well since interim coach Doug Weight took over. It looked like the Islanders would make the playoffs for a second consecutive year, rallying around Weight. Since beating the Rangers and Penguins last week, it’s been a … Continue reading

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