PostGame Analysis

Rangers/Devils Post Game Analysis October 17th, 2019

Not too many positive things to say after last night so I’ll try to keep it short. The Rangers were back in action last night after yet another lengthy break in their schedule. Following their first loss of the season to Edmonton on Saturday, the boys looked to get back on track against a struggling New Jersey Devils team, who were still searching for their first victory of the 2019-20 campaign. Reports throughout the week reports indicated the Rangers conducted numerous high-tempo practices including inter-squad scrimmages that Coach Quinn was…

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Rangers/Oilers Post Game Recap October 12th, 2019

Seven. Not one. Not two. Not even three. But, SEVEN. For many Rangers fans this number can represent a lot of different things. Personally, the first thing that comes to mind is the amount of times I find myself screaming at Marc Staal as he impersonates a traffic cone in his own end (in his defense he has played well so far this season). Others often think of the late great Jeff Woywitka and his magical 27 game run in 2011-12, but his number was actually six, not seven. The…

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Rangers/Senators Post Game Recap October 5th, 2019

After an exciting opening night at the Garden, the Rangers traveled to Ottawa with hopes of building on their momentum following their first win of the season. David Quinn opted to stick with his same lineup with only a few minimal changes. After a less than spectacular first outing by the young defense pairing of Adam Fox and Libor Hajek, Coach Quinn decided to match the rookie defensemen with more veteran partners. Jacob Trouba was paired with Hajek while former partner Brady Skjei partnered next to Fox, splitting up the…

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Rangers/Jets Post-Game Recap- October 3rd, 2019

After what felt like an eternity, The Rangers opened up the 2019-20 season last night at home against the Winnipeg Jets. It seemed like Rangers fans everywhere were a combination of nervous, anxious and excited as they waited to see what this new team and the new faces would look like during their first official appearance on Broadway. However, for those who were there and the rest who watched the game at home, the Garden was an absolute electric factory. The energy could be felt through the TV. It felt…

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