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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 Meet Habs In Battle of Potential Sellers

The biggest win in this dying era of New York Rangers hockey was perhaps their 2014 Eastern Conference Finals triumph over the Montreal Canadians. It’s appropriate, them, that the era could end with a showdown with Montreal, going down tonight at Bell Centre (7:30 PM, MSG2). The Rangers (27-28-5), who made the first of what’s expected to be several trade deadline deals earlier this week by trading Nick Holden to Boston, have had three days to stew over their latest defeat, a 7-4 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday…

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Battle of New York and Battle For Playoff Position In Brooklyn Tonight

We’re very close to a reality where none of the three New York City area teams reach the NHL playoffs. The New York Rangers and New York Islanders will look to avoid that fate tonight when they square off at Barclays Center in Brooklyn (7:00 PM, MSG). The Rangers (27-25-5) continue a four road game trek, the second of which was a 3-2 loss to the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night. The team played solid hockey for a majority of the night, but three quick Minnesota goals in the early…

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