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44 Want to see the ceremony Sunday?

The Rangers just announced that “Last Minute Tickets” which became available have been released for Sunday’s game and the Andy Bathgate-Harry Howell ceremony. Visit newyorkrangers.com or call 212-301-7171 for info. The ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. Also, here is MSG Network’s scheduled programming that evening, for those who can’t get…

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215 It could be worse (updated)

Yeah, the Rangers’ situation isn’t rosy, and the future isn’t bright. But right now they’re in a playoff spot, and not in the police blotter. How’d you like to be the Montreal Canadiens, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the second-most successful pro sports franchise in North America, and having a…

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243 Hey, another victory!

Nobody on this blog is celebrating, I’m sure, this victory over the Islanders. Nobody is putting any emphasis on it other than the Rangers did what they had to do. They had to beat the Islanders. Or, the other way around, they couldn’t lose to the Islanders. But it wasn’t…

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382 Counting down to Rangers-Isles (updated)

Hi All, it’s Joe Erwin guest-blogging for Carp. Who would have thought a month ago this would be a huge game for the Rangers. It seems like they’ve hit “bottom” a few times recently — the 10-2 loss in Dallas, the 5-2 loss to the Flyers on Sunday, but a…

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214 Critical time: Islanders-Rangers (2nd update)

First, I need to address a few of our bloggers who seem to be angry that I don’t post 24/7. Obviously, those who have been around since Jan. 29 know the deal. Sam left for greener (literally) pastures at GolfDigest.com. It was an emergency. My bosses were looking for somebody…

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418 Numb and number

I’ve been thinking all night and all morning, what the heck do I write today? That the Rangers are going to recall a defenseman from Hartford? Like that’s going to matter? Or that maybe Nigel Dawes is going back into the lineup?  I know only this: It’s not going to…

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773 Blueshirts vs. Blues (updated)

Some thoughts before the Rangers meet JD’s Blues in St. Louis tonight. 1) This is another tough one-day trip, the Rangers’ third of this streak — a three-hour flight for one game, and then right back home again. Game was moved up to 6 p.m. local time, so it will…

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235 Postgame: Flyers 5, Rangers 2

Almost hate to interrupt the previous thread … but I figured you’d want some of what went on in the postgame, especially since MSG Network wasn’t there with its postgame show. So here are Tom Renney’s remarks and some notes: Reaction to the 3-on-5 goal: “Not very happy. Simple as…

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511 UPDATED: Blame Game On

So it has begun. The blaming. And probably not a moment too soon. Of course with the now-underachieving Rangers (who earlier overachieved, at least in terms of a record artificially pumped up by the PED of shootout points) there is plenty to go around. The GM has made an absolute…

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202 Review: Panthers 2, Rangers 1 (shootout)

If only the players had the creativity, imagination and passion you guys have. That last thread was filled with some pretty clever stuff. Very funny in many cases. Anyway, a look back at the latest Rangers loss, 2-1 in a shootout in Sunrise last night. It’s now six losses in…

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537 Rangers vs. Panthers, 7:30 p.m.

I have fond memories of Rangers trips to Florida to play the Panthers. One is Muckler trying that Leetch on left wing thing against Pavel Bure without practicing it and without having the last change as the visiting team; and getting shut out, then declaring it a successful strategy. Another…

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145 Now, now, boys and girls. Behave

I feel like Moe trying to break up all the little verbal scraps going on here in the last 24 hours. It’s OK. Controversy is good in blog-world. But I hate to see it get personal. I’m not telling you what to do, but I just wish we could limit…

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280 UPDATED: The day after a win

First, this is what I hear: That despite the crisis nature of last night’s game … and the crisis isn’t over until the Rangers follow up their 5-4 shootout win over Washington with some sort of string of victories … I keep hearing that Glen Sather is not and was…

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92 Who were those masked men?

They were offensive, and I don’t mean that they offended. They played aggressively. They played tough and with passion. It obviously was a heckuva lot easier on the eyeballs And I won’t mention that they still almost lost. But the Rangers’ losing streak is over, and so, for now, is…

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283 Updated: My losing streak

I’m probably looking forward to seeing Alex Ovechkin more than you are. I mean, if you were an odds-maker, what kind of odds would you lay that Ovechkin might outscore the Rangers by himself tonight? Anyway, I’m looking forward to it more because I’m scheduled to go to the game,…

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319 PM Update: Avery assigned to Hartford

Sean Avery was assigned by the Dallas Stars to the Rangers’ AHL affiliate in Hartford earlier today. The winger is still technically Dallas property until he goes through re-entry waivers and is picked up by another team. The Rangers sent out a press release with a statement from the former…

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207 Post game on the 3-0 loss

Since it sounds like some of you were looking for post game, I’ll throw up some audio from Rangers coach Tom Renney’s press conference after the 3-0 loss to the Devils at the Prudential Center. He did say the effort was an improvement, and he was asked about why the…

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507 Back to Brendan

Rangers coach Tom Renney said he didn’t spot Brendan Shanahan in the halls of the Prudential Center before tonight’s game against the Devils, but he’s pretty sure he’ll see plenty of the former Ranger once the game starts. Both the Rangers and Devils are coming off losses, but the Rangers’…

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322 Welcome to Hartford, Sean

 He will clear waivers by noon Eastern time, and will be assigned to Hartford of the AHL, the Rangers’ affiliate, and soon, if not immediately be put on re-entry waivers. That’s when the Rangers will almost surely claim Sean Avery, unless somebody beneath them in the standings does it first.…

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