Browsing: Stephane Matteau

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216 Devils at Rangers … It’s Go Time!

Game 78. Devils at Rangers. First, a belated Happy Passover and an early Happy Easter! The Rangers have five games in eight days remaining on their schedule. They play three in the next four nights. After tonight it’s the Final Four. The Magic Number is 5 to clinch the…

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103 Devils at Rangers tonight (7 p.m.) … pre-game notes

Pre-game notes courtesy of the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS vs. NEW JERSEY DEVILS Saturday, Apr. 4, 2015, 7:00 p.m. ET Madison Square Garden – New York, NY Devils: 32-33-13 (77 pts) Rangers: 49-21-7 (105 pts) TONIGHT’S GAME The Rangers play their 78th game of the 2014-15 season against the New…

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187 Adam Graves, Mike Richter highlight Sunday event at Rye Playland

From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS AND CHASE HOST RANGERS ASSIST CELEBRATION FOR PLAYLAND ICE CASINO ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 25 1994 Stanley Cup Champions Adam Graves, Mike Richter, Stephane Matteau, Alexei Kovalev, Glenn Anderson and Mike Hartman Scheduled to Attend Westchester County Executive Astorino Will Drop the Ceremonial Puck; Rangers…

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118 The 2013-14 Rangers … Hey, you never know

My column from The Journal News and lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello Ten years ago, the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup. Since then, a bunch of guys from that team have come through the Rangers — current ex-Bolts Brad Richards and Martin St. Louis, and others such as Vinny…

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262 Game 5: Rangers-Canadiens in review

Thoughts: 1) Dan Girardi called it a gong show. That’s as good as I’ve got. The Canadiens won, so they can be happy about it, but that’s a hideous game. Two in a row, actually, but Game 5 worse than Game 4.  Ghastly. After Game 4, after all the talk…

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305 Rangers-Devils in review

Thoughts: 1) Marc Staal. Boy, that sure as hell doesn’t look good for him, getting hit on the button like that by Reid Boucher’s shoulder or upper arm to the chin and reacting as if he knew right away that something was wrong, and then slamming his helmet on his…

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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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125 These playoffs … and the Rangers

Another fabulous, fabulous game by two excellent Bestern Conference teams last night. Seriously, that was great stuff. A carcillo-y way to end the game (poor Antti Em), but a tremendously tremendous game nonetheless. But almost everything I noticed in that game reminded me about the Rangers. 1) Last night, and…