Pregame Analysis

Rangers Travel To Ottawa In Monday Night Rematch

After defeating the Ottawa Senators Monday night in Madison Square Garden, the Rangers travel to Ottawa in hopes of sweeping the home-and-home (7:30 P.M. ET, MSG). The Blueshirts defeated the Senators 4-2 on Hockey Fights Cancer Night. Marc Staal and Lias Andersson each scored their first goal of the season. Chris Kreider scored the game winning goal from a Filip Chytil pass on an odd man rush. Mika Zibanejad tacked on the empty netter and continuing his goal streak against the Senators. Henrik Lundqvist made 29 saves and received the…

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PostGame Analysis Rangers News

Andersson Records First Of Season In 4-2 Victory Vs Sens

The Rangers snapped their two game losing streak on Monday night by surviving against the struggling Ottawa Senators. The Blueshirts were noticeably propelled by a very special night at the garden. Madison Square Garden hosted the annual Hockey Fights Cancer night which was especially meaningful to the home team because coach David Quinn sadly lost his father to cancer. A beautiful serenade of the national anthem and a special on ice gift to a pediatric cancer patient was very emotional. I would like to give a shout out to all…

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Pregame Analysis

Rangers Look To End Two Game Skid On Hockey Fights Cancer Night

After losing back-to-back games against the Flyers and Capitals, the Rangers will look to snap their two game skid against the Senators (7:00 P.M. E.T, MSG). Things were looking good for the Rangers midway through the second period. They had a two-goal lead courtesy of Jimmy Vesey and Brady Skjei. Just 31 seconds after Skjei doubled the lead, Nic Dowd scored for the Capitals and stole all the momentum the Blueshirts had. Things only got worse as, Jakub Vrana and Alex Ovechkin each got late goals in the second period…

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Pregame Analysis

Rangers Seek Eight Game Win Streak At MSG

Less than 24 hours after a poor showing in Philadelphia, the Rangers host Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals (2:00 P.M. ET, MSG). The Blueshirts are coming off a performance they’ll have to put behind them if they want to beat the Capitals. The Flyers defeated the Rangers four to zero and they were the better team throughout the game. Lundqvist kept the contest close for most of the game, registering 42 saves. The Rangers didn’t do much right as they could not generate many scoring opportunities and kept turning…

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PostGame Analysis Rangers News

Rangers Can’t Capitalize In Misleading 4-0 Loss Vs Rival Flyers

 The Rangers consistent play and winning ways was wiped out today in a very deceptive loss to the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers netted two late empty net goals to seal the deal. The score easily could have and possibly should have been 1-0 in favor of the rival team or even concluding in the overtime period. Both netminders were spectacular in today’s Thanksgiving showdown. Flyers goalie Calvin Pickard stopped all of New York’s 31 shots. On the other hand, Lundqvist stopped 42 shots and his performance included many highlight saves. Although…

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