Got a lot of good stuff up on lohud.com, including Josh Thomson’s story about the Keeper of the Cup and tales of Stanley. Click here to see that. And Sam Rosen’s diary, in which he says Game 3 is the pivotal game in the series. Click here to see that…. Read More →
Thoughts: 1) I’m going to start out with that one single play. I understand, maybe the Kings come back anyway, maybe they don’t and there’s no way to know. It sure started the comeback that did happen, though. But we’ve been saying all year long how these freakin’ inconsistent calls… Read More →
Post-game notes courtesy of the NYR; post-game interview transcripts from the NHL/ASAP Sports: Kings 5, Rangers 4 (2OT). Click here for boxscore. Team notes: - The Rangers were defeated by the Los Angeles Kings, 5-4, in double overtime tonight in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final at STAPLES Center…. Read More →
Game 2. Rangers at Kings. First of all … NOT a must-win. Big, very important game, yes, and going down 0-2 will be extremely difficult against this L.A. team … but NOT a must-win. Some stats: Teams winning Game 2 of the Final have gone on to win the… Read More →
This is riveting stuff: From the NHL/ASAP Sports: ALAIN VIGNEAULT Q. No Cam Talbot? COACH VIGNEAULT: No. Q. You have a lot of experience with this West Coast, East Coast, the travel. What are the benefits of having the team stay overnight and traveling tomorrow instead of going right after… Read More →
Sam Rosen has called Rangers games for 30 years on MSG Network. He is famous for his ” … and this one will last a lifetime!” call of the Rangers’ 1994 Stanley Cup championship. Rosen, a New City resident, will provide diary entries throughout this year’s Stanley Cup Final. By… Read More →
Pre-game notes courtesy of the NYR: NEW YORK RANGERS at LOS ANGELES KINGS Saturday, June 7, 7:00 p.m. ET STAPLES Center- Los Angeles, CA Rangers: 12-9 (0-1)* Kings: 13-9 (1-0)* *Record in the playoffs (record in the series) TONIGHT’S GAME The Rangers will face off against the Los Angeles Kings… Read More →
Rick Carpiniello’s Stanley Cup Final Game-Day Rangers Chat If you cannot view the chat above, find it here.?
We’re on a roll with these chats, so let’s keep ‘em going. Our fourth Stanley Cup Final Playoff Chat will commence at 1 p.m. today. Be there. Or else. Here’s my column from The Journal News and Lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello LOS ANGELES – Game 1 opened some of the… Read More →
From the NHL/ASAP Sports: LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Practice Day Brad Richards THE MODERATOR: Questions, please, for Brad. Q. Having been through a lot of these series before, is there any conscious thought about the fact you don’t want to go back to New York down 0?2? Do you want it… Read More →
From the NHL/ASAP Sports: ALAIN VIGNEAULT LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Practice Day THE MODERATOR: Questions for Coach Vigneault. Q. After the way Game1 went down, advantage for you to have the two days in between as opposed to one day off? COACH VIGNEAULT: It’s the same for both teams. I don’t… Read More →
Sam Rosen has called Rangers games for 30 years on MSG Network. He is famous for his ” … and this one will last a lifetime!” call of the Rangers’ 1994 Stanley Cup championship. Rosen, a New City resident, will provide diary entries throughout this year’s Stanley Cup Final. Here… Read More →
If you cannot view the chat above, find it here.?
We’re gonna continue the roll here and have our third Live Stanley Cup Final Chat today at noon. Be there. Or else. Here’s my column from The Journal News and lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello SANTA MONICA, Calif. – With two days off between Game 1 and Game 2 of the… Read More →
Stanley Cup Final Off-Day Chat With ‘Carp’ If you cannot view the chat above, find it here.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Practice Day Alain Vigneault THE MODERATOR: Questions for coach. Q. Obviously Dan’s pass did not lose the game last night. When a guy makes a play like that that’s so out there at the end, what is the dynamic of how difficult it is when you have… Read More →
Thoughts: 1) I’m not sure what to make of Game 1. Why? Because I thought it was kind of what we should have expected. The Kings are a bigger, heavier team who beat the crap out of you and give up chances. The Rangers are a faster team that won’t… Read More →