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Another crucial game. More crucial, actually. What the Rangers accomplished in Game 3, with a 4-3 victory, was to provide themselves a chance to make this a series. Now they need to follow up with another win or, obviously, they fall behind three games to one. Though that type of… Read More →
Hope to have an video up shortly, shot by Josh Thomson, 26. Meanwhile, here’s my column from The Journal News and LoHud.com today, on the Rangers’ new depth on defense: By Rick Carpiniello GREENBURGH — There were some things obviously different about the Rangers in Game 3 of their series… Read More →
Courtesy of the NYR: NEW YORK RANGERS vs. WASHINGTON CAPITALS 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs – Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, Game 4 Wednesday, May 8, 7:30 p.m. Madison Square Garden – New York, NY Rangers (Regular Season): 26-18-4 (56 pts), 6th in Eastern Conference Capitals (Regular Season): 27-18-3 (57 pts), 3rd in Eastern… Read More →
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The news is that Rick Nash was given a day off for maintenance, and that Darroll Powe (probable concussion suffered in Game 3) did not practice. Ryane Clowe (probable concussion) took part in contact drills, but is still unsure if he can play in Game 4 Wednesday.
First, apologies for all the tech difficulties lately. I have no idea what’s going on. We had some dead audio, and this blog post without photos, and no photo gallery. I will let you know later if we’re doing a Live Chat today. Onto Game 3 … So is it… Read More →
A little history lesson, which means not much: The Rangers have been down 0-2 in a best-of-seven series 19 times (and 0-2 in a best-of-five once) and have only come back to win one of those series, in 1996 vs. Montreal. In those 20 instances, the Rangers were swept eight… Read More →
The quick update: Ryane Clowe (probable concussion) and Marc Staal (eye) were both on the ice for an optional morning skate. Not sure if either will play in Game 3 tonight, but I imagine both want to. Carl Hagelin, who went leg-on-leg with Alex Ovechkin early in Game 2 and… Read More →
The news, in case you still don’t follow me on twitter, is that Ryane Clowe took part in a full practice but doesn’t know if he’ll play Game 3. The only Ranger who didn’t skate was Carl Hagelin, who went leg-on-leg with Alex Ovechkin in Game 2, but played the… Read More →
Happy Cinco De Mayo. Well, your boys are sure in a hole now, and even if it’s one out of which it would be possible to dig, it seems miles deeper because of their inability to cobble together even one legitimate goal in two-plus games in this series, against a… Read More →
Courtesy of the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES Eastern Conference Quarterfinal, Game 2 Verizon Center – Washington, DC Capitals 1, Rangers 0 (OT) Team Notes: – The Rangers were defeated by the Washington Capitals, 1-0, in overtime today at Verizon Center, in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal… Read More →
Truth is, this isn’t an actual “Must Win.” Plenty of teams have come back from 0-2, especially if returning home 0-2, and certainly against better teams than Washington and better goalies than Braden Holtby. That said, though, this is a mammoth game for the Rangers because they proved in Game… Read More →
Pretty important game for the Rangers today, at brunchtime in D.C., down 1-0 in their series with the Washington Capitals after Thursday’s 3-1 loss. The Rangers hope to add some of their injured players to today’s lineup, though it’s not certain if any or all of Marc Staal (eye), Brian… Read More →
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