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88 Reminder: Torts’ dog walk for Humane Society Sunday

From the NYR: NEW YORK RANGERS DOG WALK WITH COACH TORTORELLA TO BENEFIT THE WESTCHESTER HUMANE SOCIETY AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS DEDICATED TO THE HUMANE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS Sunday, September 9 – Riverside Park New York, August 30, 2012 –New York Rangers announced today that tickets to John Tortorella’s first NYC…

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208 Guest blogger: Dave C

1952. Not exactly a banner year for the New York Rangers. Through the calendar year, the Blueshirts had more ties than wins. (You do remember ties, don’t you?) Sure, there were a couple of promising young players on the roster. Gump Worsley came up and would go on to win…

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209 Guest blogger: Evan

Good morning!   I figured I’d start by introducing myself for those who don’t know me.  I comment from time to time when work and life permit but I visit all of you as a reader at least seven times a day during the season and once or twice a day…

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88 Guest Blogger: Yergs

Very Superstitious: A Game in the Life of a Ranger Fan By Jeff Yerger “Mom! Where’s the shrine?” My mother, sitting on her designated chair, senses the panic in my voice and becomes flustered. “What shrine? What are you talking about?” “The Rangers shrine, you know, with the towel and…

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413 Are these the 2012-13 New York Rangers?

The Rangers signing Anton Stralman yesterday, and all this cooky talk about Shane Doan wanting four years (I haven’t seen anything substantiating it, but you keep hearing it, and teams like Detroit are dropping out) and Alex “The Invisible Man” Semin landing in Carolina, makes me wonder. Is this it…

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260 With Rick Nash aboard, does better mean better?

Here’s my column from The Journal News and LoHud.com today: By Rick Carpiniello GREENBURGH — The Rangers’ big, shiny new toy stood in front of three differently colored No. 61 uniform jerseys Wednesday afternoon and couldn’t stop smiling. Rick Nash is happy to be here, thrilled to be a Ranger…

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166 Rick Nash interview

As I said, had tech difficulties with my piece of garbage Mac laptop. So I’m posting this as I type it. OK? No? Too bad. Rick Nash: “I don’t think it’s all digested just yet. It’s been a bit crazy with everything happening and me coming down here (from Toronto).…

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186 Guest blogger: Tiki

First, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Carp for allowing me to write this guest post, and for cultivating a family atmosphere on this blog which has created so many lifetime friendships. This post concerns both life and hockey. Sometimes, if you’re lucky, a special person will come…

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144 Guest blogger: afrey94

2011-12: The Year In Review It’s hard to believe we’re in the middle of summer already and it’s been almost a full year since we were eagerly looking ahead to the 2011-12 season (my preview, which did predict an ECF berth and loss, can be found at http://rangers.lohudblogs.com/2011/08/22/guest-blogger-afrey94/).  I had…

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190 Guest blogger: Lowell

Some Random Thoughts: ·        The league needs to implement a “Justin Schultz rule.” Perhaps something like making a draft choice the property of the drafting team for seven years. Anaheim got regally screwed by a loophole where a college player can easily become an unrestricted free agent. Here’s how simple…

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149 Guest blogger: ilb2001

(Editor’s note: I was going to give my take on the upcoming labor war — and I do believe it will be a war — but this was done in the nick of time by someone far more versed on the CBA than I … so thanks, Captain, and soon-to-be-new…

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477 Guest blogger: Marfar … a rebuttal

Why You Move Derek Stepan for Rick Nash I have been watching the National Hockey League for over 40 years and even a non-professional like me can identify who may be a special talent and who, despite his youth, and ability to make an occasional “wow” pass, is merely an ordinary player and…

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107 Breakup day interviews: Tortorella

The last file today is with the coach. He spoke for about 20 minutes, touching on a number of topics — even violating his own edict that he wouldn’t discuss individual players. Here it is… John Tortorella: Some highlights… • On future expectations for Chris Kreider: “He’s going to go…

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196 Rangers-Devils Game 6 in review

One last time … or at least, one final game review. We’ll have a lot more to discuss, analyze, etc., over the coming days and weeks. Maybe we can do a Live Chat during the coming week and talk it all out. Thoughts: 1) I’m trying to feel your pain,…

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90 Game over, season over: Post-game interviews

Josh, 26, will have a few more shortly, including Henrik Lundqvist. John Tortorella: Ryan Callahan: Marc Staal: Brad Richards: Ryan McDonagh: ************************************************ Sally reminds us: Please send me beard pics before you shave. Thanks. Zetterburger@gmail.com

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413 Rangers-Devils Game 5 in review

Thoughts: 1) I am not completely sure what to make of this Game 5, and from the array of comments last night (with more to come today, no doubt) not sure what you guys make of it either. Do you look at the start, which wasn’t as bad, probably, as…

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219 Post-practice interviews

First, Brandon Prust had his hearing with Brendan Shanahan via phone today, said he was able to argue his case for his elbow to the head of Anton Volchenkov, and then went out to join an optional skate, not knowing if he would be suspended. Some gamesmanship going on, too,…

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