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790 It’s Go Time!

Game 48. The ticket contest is now closed. Thank you for playing. And a special thank you to the guys who did it wrong (deep exhale of exasperation).  And may I just say that it’s going to be really easy to judge the contest if the Devils win the game,…

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342 Ticket contest today; Rangers at Devils tonight

The contest for two tickets to the Feb. 12 game begins now, and ends when the “It’s Go Time!” thread is posted prior to tonight’s game (approx. 6:30 p.m.). Only entries within this thread will count. Please scroll down to the previous thread to read the rules before entering. AND…

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130 Back to the hockey season

I’m back from my little, ahem, vacation. Got the cleanest garage in the Northeast. Anyway, I guess the All-star game was as good as it could have been from a Rangers standpoint, with all ya boys — MVP Marian Gaborik, Henrik Lundqvist, Dan Girardi, Smilin’ John Tortorella and Carl Hagelin…

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308 It’s Go Time! … All-star game

And to celebrate the All-star game in Kanata, Ontario, the Empire State Building today will be lit completely in Orange crud to honor Claude Giroux, Kimo Timonen, Scott Hartnell, and of course Ed Snider and Comcast and the Broad Street Bullies. … with the complete approval of the NHL, of…

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34 Almost the end of All-star weekend!

Man, it’s slow up in here during the break. As should have been expected, I guess. I got nothing for youse today, nor am I supposed to even be here ’til tomorrow. Here’s your blank canvas. We’ll do “It’s Go Time!” before the game this afternoon (4 p.m. on NBC).

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180 It’s Go Time … All-star skills competition night

No, not those skills competitions. Not those breakaway contests that they sometimes hold AFTER the hockey game ends. Tonight is the real skills competition, featuring the NHL’s all-stars, including ya boys, Henrik Lundqvist, Marian Gaborik, Carl “Haggar” Hagelin (who may be faster than Gaborik, according to a tweet by Gaborik)…

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38 Skills competition tonight

Here are the rosters, and the story from Dan Rosen of NHL.com. NHL.com also has some video of interviews from media day yesterday, including John Tortorella trying to say absolutely nothing, until the questions turn to Dan Girardi. Then Tortorella can’t say enough good things. We’ll do a “Go Time”…

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179 Guest blogger: Authorben (Part II)

So in Part I yesterday, I chronicled the Rangers rockin’ first half. But in order to see more stick salutes, its time for them to do the real heavy lifting. Teams will be desperate for playoff position. Points will be harder to come by. And now, they have become the…

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317 It’s Go Time! … All-star fantasy draft edition

TV coverage begins on the NHL Network at 7 p.m., and the draft will be broadcast on NBCSports (formerly Versus), starting at 8 p.m. Team Alfredsson includes assistant captain Henrik Lundqvist and co-coach John Tortorella (who will share the bench with Todd McLellan of the San Jose Soft-shelled Jumbo Shrimps).…

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172 Guest blogger: Authorben (Part I)

First and foremost, thanks to Carp for letting me take a couple of shifts for him this week. I’m grateful for the opportunity. It certainly has been an interesting and incredible first half of the season for the Rangers. Who could have imagined they’d be in first place overall in…

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167 Post-game interviews

A few quick notes and quotes from tonight that weren’t in the notes sent out by teh team: NOTES — • Brian Boyle played just 11:49 tonight after twisting his right foot on a collision in the corner during the second period. It cost him to miss a good chunk…

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16 Post game notes, quotes

Courtesy of the NYR: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES January 24, 2012 (Game 47, Home Game 22) Madison Square Garden – New York, New York Team Notes: – The Rangers defeated the Winnipeg Jets, 3-0, tonight at Madison Square Garden for their third win in four games, and are now…

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610 It’s Go Time!

Game 47. Last game before the all-star break. Josh Thomson, 26, is covering the game. Ya boys, tied for first in the East with the Bruins, come off that huge win in Boston Saturday. They are 3-3 in their last six, alternating losses and wins, and 13-4 in their last…

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27 Pregame: Tortorella, in brief…

Hello, everyone. Glad to be with you again. I’m in for Carp at tonight’s game, still 26 years young. I had been told/warned John Tortorella’s pregame chats with the media were brief. Well, safe to say there will be ovations during tonight’s “State of the Union” that last longer than…

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152 Well, he wasn’t playing for the Patriots, so …

… welcome back, Chad Ocho Cinco! Martin Biron has the flu, so Chad Johnson will back up Henrik Lundqvist tonight. Here’s the official word on Ocho’s recall, courtesy of the Rangers: New York, January 24, 2012 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that goaltender…

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156 Jets at Rangers tonight

Pre-game notes from the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS vs. WINNIPEG JETS Tuesday, Jan. 24, 7:00 p.m. Madison Square Garden – New York, NY Rangers: 30-12-4 (64 pts) Jets: 22-20-6 (50 pts) * All information through NHL games on Jan. 22 TONIGHT’S GAME: The Rangers will face-off against the Winnipeg Jets at…

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279 Captain Callahan: The identity of the Rangers

Here’s a column I wrote for The Journal News and LoHud.com yesterday: **************************** The last time the Rangers played a hockey game with somebody other than Ryan Callahan as their captain, Callahan was on crutches. He was on crutches because, in the biggest game of 2010-11, Game 80 of 82,…

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359 NHL wimps out again; Ference gets three games

I don’t have anything to add except this: Wimpy, wimpy, wimpy. The NHL should just shut up when it starts talking about player safety and eliminating dangerous, reckless plays. This was textbook, reckless boarding, and McDonagh could have broken his neck, and we still don’t know what his injuries are,…

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