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Rangers Blow Past Carolina In 6-2 Rout

 “We’re going to keep working in any fashion that we can whether it be film, talking…we’re going to get after it.” Coach David Quinn’s words certainly resonated with his team on Pride night at Madison Square Garden, as the Rangers defeated the Hurricanes 6-2 in a game that was dominated by the Blueshirtsfrom the first drop of the puck until the final buzzer.   Hurricane’s coach Rod Brind’Amour became the latestCarolina head coach to lose at Madison Square Garden; as the Rangers’ notched their 16th consecutive win at home.  Hurricanes netminder Curtis McElhinney was chased early and often and only stopped 22…

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Rangers Reverse The Brooklyn Curse In 2-1 Victory Against Islanders

Finally–after seven consecutive losses in Brooklyn–the Blueshirts defeated the Islanders for the first time at the Barclays center. The game was the latter tilt of the home-and-home between the two teams. The Isles took the first matchup Thursday at Madison Square Garden. It also marked the final meeting between the Big Apple rivals this season, with each team winning two games. Saturday’s victory was an important one for the Rangers, who had yet to win in 2019. The Rangers had been 0-5-0 since the start of January, but Mats Zuccarello’s…

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Rangers Fall Apart Late in 4-3 Loss Vs Rival Islanders

The Rangers dropped their fifth consecutive loss Thursday night in a 4-3 loss against the streaking Islanders. The game itself was quite an entertaining one with both teams leading at different points, a fight, big hits, and the tilt eventually coming down to the wire. Interestingly, the majority of play was in favor of the Blueshirts, but Robin Lehner’s 27 saves propelled the team from Brooklyn(and Long Island) to the win.  “It’s too bad. I thought we played really well,” said Lundqvist after the game and head coach David QUinn…

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Pens Clobberknock Blueshirts 7-2

 The Rangers came back to Madison Square Garden in midst of their road trip to face off against rival Pittsburgh Penguins. It was a night to forget for the Blueshirts as they fell in a dominating 7-2 loss. Besides from a par opening period, New York looked sloppy and plated with no determination. Unfortunately, Lundqvist’s’ fatigue finally showed as he put forth his worst performance of the season only stopping 12 of 18 shots faced before getting pulled to start the third period. Hank did notice his mistakes after the…

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Jesper Fast’s Two Goals Propel Rangers To 4-3 Regulation Victory

 The Blueshirts ended a two game skid Saturday night with a well-deserved 4-3 victory. As Predators-Rangers matchups in Nashville have been throughout the past couple of years, the action was physical fast, and entertaining as heck. There was a scrum after almost every whistle early, there were a total of 35 hits of which everyone got involved in, and the Nashville crowd was electric as always. To add onto the excitement, you has two 36 year old heavyweights between the pipes in Henrik Lundqvist and Pekka Rinne. Rinne is the…

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