SHARKS 5, RANGERS 4 (OT) Hungry Sharks are a scary sight in any body of water. Ditto for skating Sharks starved for a victory. Defeated in their last six games, San Jose’s version of big, nasty ice fish turned on the Rangers last night at SAP Center, and the results were not pleasant for the […]
The subject was Brian Leetch, and Brady Skjei’s eyes were as big as saucers. Skjei has always admired Leetch’s legacy, even though Skjei was less than three months old when Leetch lifted the Conn Smythe Trophy and the Stanley Cup. The point was this – even the greatest offensive defensemen of all-time had to learn […]
BY: DAVID KOLB Follow @DavidKolbMSG NEW YORK RANGERS (46-26-4) @ SAN JOSE SHARKS (42-26-7) Coverage begins at 10 PM on MSG The Rangers conclude their California road trip in San Jose.
The Rangers are in San Jose tonight to take on the Sharks for the final time in the regular season. The game wraps up the three-game west coast trip with the Blueshirts having beaten the Kings and losing to the Ducks on the six-day trip. In the only other match between the two teams, the […]
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 […]
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 […]