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145 Rangers-Flyers in review

Click here to see lohud.com’s photo gallery from Saturday’s 3-0 Rangers win in Philadelphia. Thoughts: 1) This is a really good team you’re watching here, folks. A really good team that has played a bunch of bad games. Just trying to figure it out. That was the first time Alain…

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361 Rangers weekly prospect report Nov. 17-23

From the NYR: THREE STARS OF THE WEEK: 1. Adam Tambellini (photo above), C, Calgary Hitmen (WHL) – Tambellini’s offensive exploits this past week solidified his status as one of the top scorers in the Western Hockey League. The 20-year-old tallied three points (one goal, two assists) and posted a…

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85 Rangers Prospect Report: Nov. 10-16

From the New York Rangers: THREE STARS OF THE WEEK: 1. Richard Nejezchleb, RW, Tri-City Americans (WHL) – Since being acquired by Tri-City on November 4, Nejezchleb has been one of the most dominant offensive players in the WHL. He tallied two goals (both on the power play), including the…

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172 Rangers’ weekly prospects report

Sorry this is a few days late this week. From the NYR: EMERGING FROM THE PACK The Wolf Pack entered this past week with a 2-0-1-0 record. Hartford continued its strong start to the season on Oct. 21 in a road contest against Worcester. Ten different skaters registered a point…

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269 Rangers centers Hayes, Mueller making a difference

Here’s my story from lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello GREENBURGH – When training camp began, it seemed the Rangers were set down the middle. Thin, perhaps, but set. Derek Stepan, Derick Brassard, J.T. Miller and Dominic Moore would be the centers; Miller, the 21-year-old rookie ready to replace the departed Brad…

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162 Rangers-Sharks in review

Click here for my story on last night’s game, from lohud.com. Click here for the latest lohud.com photo gallery, from last night’s 4-0 win over the Sharks. Thoughts: 1) Henrik Lundqvist. Over his last six periods, plus an OT, plus a shootout, Lundqvist has allowed one goal, and it was…

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346 Sharks at Rangers … It’s Go Time!

Game 6. Sharks at Rangers. Wonder if Jumbo Soft-shelled Shrimp Joe Thornton, stripped of his captaincy, will insult the Rangers again. The Sharkies (4-0-1)  haven’t lost a game yet, except for that gimmicky competition they held after the game at Nassau Coliseum Thursday. They finish their three-game/four-night NYC-area trek…

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386 Hurricanes at Rangers … It’s Go Time!

Game 5. Hurricanes at Rangers. Panic time? Not yet. After tonight’s game? Yes, definitely. The Rangers have lost three in a row, each uglier than the one before it, allowing 17 goals. In the last two, against Toronto and the Islanders, the Rangers just collapsed at the first sign…

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476 Rangers-Islanders in review

Click here to read my story from lohud.com. Also, yet another very cool game-night photo gallery on lohud.com. Click here to see it. Thoughts: 1) Blame Michael Kostka all you want, and he made two of the worst plays you will ever see. But the Rangers’ defensive breakdowns were massive.…

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583 Islanders at Rangers … It’s Go Time!

Game 4. Islanders at Rangers. Ya boys need to get it together pretty quickly here. As I said in my preview video (above), the last two games were worse and worser. They play the second of four in a row and 14 of 19 at the Garden, where last…

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203 Rangers-Maple Leaves in review

Happy Columbus Day. Click here for a photo gallery that is far better than that game deserved, from lohud.com. Thoughts: 1) This one was a top-to-bottomer. Actually, a couple of guys played well. But the big guys, Henrik Lundqvist, Ryan McDonagh, Dan Girardi … and many others? P.U. 2) If…

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87 Rangers-Blue Jackets in review

Click here to see another great photo gallery from last night’s game, at lohud.com. Thoughts: 1) I thought Columbus Day was Monday, not Saturday. The Blue Jackets are a good team, and they play really hard and come at you and all that. Given. But the Rangers probably lose that…

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69 Rangers’ season preview: Position by position

We’re continuing our season preview package. To follow is my column on Ryan McDonagh, my column on the fortunes of this defending Eastern Conference championship team, and my NHL divisional predictions.When I do those I’ll ask y’all to chime in with your prognostications. Also, as we approach the season, I’m…

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26 Rangers cut roster to 25, still some work to be done

Here is the official announcement from the NYR: RANGERS REASSIGN EIGHT PLAYERS 25 Players Remain on NHL Roster NEW YORK, October 6, 2014 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the team has reassigned eight players from its training camp roster to the Hartford…

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282 Rangers-Devils in review

Click here to read my story on Carl Hagelin, from lohud.com. Thoughts: 1) I’m not going to talk much about the game, because it wasn’t much of a game. But what’s important, and Alain Vigneault talked about it afterward (see the video, listen to the audio) is the dilemma facing…

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