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39 Training camp is open, and Alain Vigneault is ready to go

Here’s my story from The Journal News and lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello GREENBURGH – Alain Vigneault looked tanned, rested and ready to go Thursday. The Rangers’ coach had a short summer due to the team’s surprise trip to the Stanley Cup Final, which ended in mid-June. Vigneault had better be…

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90 Traverse City finale: Wild 6, Rangers 3 … post-game notes

Post-game notes & quotes courtesy of the NYR: Wild 6, Rangers 3. Game summary: The Rangers were defeated by the Minnesota Wild, 6-3, today in their final game of the Traverse City Tournament. The Blueshirts posted a 1-1-2 record in the tournament. Minnesota opened the scoring at 12:35 of the…

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85 Traverse City tournament post-game notes

Post-game notes courtesy of the NYR: Hurricanes 3, Rangers 2 (OT). Game summary: The Rangers were defeated by the Carolina Hurricanes, 3-2, in overtime tonight in their final game of round-robin play at the Traverse City Tournament. The Blueshirts posted a 1-0-2 record in round-robin play, finishing third in the…

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49 Traverse City prospects tourney … post-game(s) notes

(Photo, above, Brandon Halverson/via Getty Images). Post-game notes courtesy of the NYR: Friday: Stars 4, Rangers 3 (OT). Game summary: The Rangers were defeated by the Dallas Stars, 4-3, in overtime on Friday night in their first game of the Traverse City Tournament. Although Dallas recorded the game’s first goal,…

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129 A day to remember

Thirteen years. How is that possible? I know I’ve told you guys these stories before. On Sept. 11, 2001, that beautiful blue-sky day, the Rangers were reporting to Madison Square Garden for physicals to begin training camp. They had trained for years in Glens Falls and Burlington, but as an…

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70 R.I.P. Carol Vadnais, a Ranger from 1975-1982

Sad news Sunday that Carol Vadnais, who played defense for five different teams — including the Rangers for seven seasons — and won a pair of Stanley Cups (Montreal, 1968 and Boston, 1972), passed away from cancer at age 68. Vadnais wasn’t universally loved as a Ranger, probably because he…

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327 Guest blogger: Adam Z … Dads, Daughters and Dreams

Dads, Daughters, and Dreams By Adam Z First came the “thonk” of the paci falling to the floor. The “thud” of all the stuffed animals hitting the deck quickly followed. And then the sweet sound of the world’s best alarm clock: “Daddy! Daddy!” Ella’s wakeup routine that Thursday morning in…

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