A statue of the late Pat Quinn was unveiled at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Saturday. Quinn played for the Canucks in their very first two seasons in the league from 1970-1972, became President/GM in 1987 and coached the club between 1990-1996, bringing them to the Stanley Cup Final in 1994. If you’re a Rangers fan, […]
RANGERS 2, CAPITALS 1 The Washington Capitals skated on to The Garden ice yesterday afternoon, secure in the knowledge that they have nailed down first place in the National Hockey League’s Metropolitan Division. By late afternoon they weren’t so sure about that. Rebounding from their loss in Brooklyn on Thursday, the Blueshirts emphasized why they need not fear […]
BY: DAVID KOLB Follow @DavidKolbMSG NEW YORK RANGERS (37-18-1) vs. WASHINGTON CAPITALS (39-11-7) The Blueshirts take on the Caps in a matinee today at The Garden.
One play does not make a hero nor does a half-dozen games make a season but in a very short time, a very short hockey player has stirred the Islanders‘ pot. Stephen Gionta is not very big, but for a diminutive skater, he plays big and his impact since returning to the Islanders’ lineup has been […]