DUCKS 6, RANGERS 3 Talk to anyone connected with the Ducks’ high command and you’ll be told that the Anaheim sextet has been sick and tired of playoff failures. Chances are that Bruce Beaudreau would tell you the same thing. Matter of fact, that’s why he’s the ex-coach of the Ducks and Randy Carlyle is […]
The three-game West Coast swing continues tonight with the second stop finding the Blueshirts in Anaheim to take on the Ducks. This winds up four consecutive back-to-back sequences for the Rangers and they hope to improve upon their 10-4-0 record in the second game of back-to-back situations. The game marks the second and final meeting […]
BY: DAVID KOLB Follow @DavidKolbMSG NEW YORK RANGERS (46-25-4) @ ANAHEIM DUCKS (40-23-11) Coverage begins at 8:30 PM on MSG Henrik Lundqvist returns to the crease for the Rangers, making his first start in nearly three weeks.
RANGERS 3, KINGS 0 For a team that not long ago had won two Stanley Cups in three seasons, the Kings have plummeted to a more prosaic place in the National Hockey League race. As a matter of fact, it will take a Hollywood script — perhaps science fiction — to just get the Tinseltown […]
By: Chris Boyle Follow @ChrisBoyle33 With the Rangers virtually locked into the first wild card spot, the team’s immediate focus is getting Henrik Lundqvist back in the lineup and keeping the players healthy before the playoffs begin. The Blueshirts’ playoff opponent is still to be determined, but the site sportsclubstats.com has their likely first-round opponent as the Montreal […]
This one was right out of a storybook. In fact, the epic game made me cry. As a matter of fact, the storyline probably would be rejected by book editors as too unreal for publication, but it actually happened. It all took place at Madison Square Garden on January 21, 1954 – the night of […]