BY: DAVID KOLB Follow @DavidKolbMSG NEW YORK RANGERS (46-26-6) vs. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS (38-32-8) Postgame coverage on MSG The Rangers look to snap their home skid against the rival Flyers.
PENGUINS 4, RANGERS 3 (SO) Arriving on Seventh Avenue last night, losers of four consecutive contests, the Penguins looked more like a bottom-feeder team than defending Stanley Cup champions. That, however, was before the opening puck-drop at The Garden. The host Rangers had returned from a three-game West Coast expedition that left them with three […]
By: Chris Boyle Follow @ChrisBoyle33 The Rangers punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup lottery with a point in San Jose on Tuesday. For a team like the Maple Leafs, that is the goal. For a contender like the Rangers, this is just the entry point towards their aspirations of winning the Stanley Cup. Is the […]
In hockey, the “characters” come in special, and very different packages. Some are just plain whacky such as forward Jean Pusie who, in the middle of a penalty shot — instead of shooting — got on his knees and bowed before the enemy goalie. Others — especially goalie Gump Worsley — did and said unusual […]
1. This March swoon, if you want to call it that (6-8-2 in the last 16 games) could reasonably be explained as human nature. Perhaps because for a while now, the Rangers have been pretty much locked into their fate – the first Wild Card in the East, and a crossover into the Atlantic playoff […]