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Keith Yandle 4/29
Said he's ready to go for tomorrow night's game 1
 
Mats Zuccarello 4/29
He might have misspoke, but AV initially said "he's not going to be available", though he later said he was "out indefinitely"
 
Kevin Klein 4/27
Ready to go for Game 1 per the man himself
 
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The Rangers are apparently one of four remaining teams in competition for UFA Boston University goaltender Matt O'Connor.

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June 21st, 2013

How many of the Rangers 34 Head Coaches have been born in Quebec?

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Wayne Hall - 1939

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DEREK BOOGAARD
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  Born: Jun 23 - 1982  
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Lundqvist is now 5 and 13 in his playoff career in Game #2's
ANOTHER CLUNKER OF A GAME 2. SERIES NOW 1-1
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 4:14:08 PM - May 18, 2015

Game Updates:3rd period  3rd period..Found Rick Nash...got a breakaway and of course couldn't finish and then Tampa scores at end of the powerplay for a 4-2 Tampa lead. Unfreakingbelievable! ANother stupid penalty and another stupid goal against. 5-2 Tampa. Stay out of the Damn box! On the scoresheet it will look like 2 powerplay goals for each team but it was really 3 for Tampa as the Rangers never got the puck out once the powerplay against ended. Bot MSL and D.Boyle have 2 assists tonight but are still a -2 on the stat sheet meaning for everything good they did, they did bad twice as much.  Hopefully Mats Zuccarello is back for game 3 and can take some of those minutes away from MSL on the powerplay and 5 on 5. This is just "one of those games" and the Rangers will just have to have a short memory and turn the page. It would seem that Rick Nash has to be injured as he disappeared near the end of the season and as they said on NBCSPORTS that they key of the game was the shorthanded breakaway by Rick Nash that he couldn't finish and instead of a 3-3 game, Tampa scored 2 more for the 5-2 lead with 3 minutes left. It's going to be a long series and Tanner Glass just mixed things up in front of the Tampa net but Tampa doesn't dress anyone who would be considered a fighter so it was useless and led to another Tampa Powerplay goal (which there were really 4 tonight). The Rangers are a good road team and will have to bring their A game to bring the series to their advantage. With the (officially 3) 4 powerplay goals and the shorthanded goal, the Rangers need to realize they have to play as much 5 on 5 as possible. A sad performance overall by the whole Rangers team and now the Rangers with Lundqvist in net are 5 and 13 in Game #2's in his playoff career. Turn the page on this clunker of a game in a 2-6 loss to Tampa and a now best out of 5 series. The Rangers can never do anything easy. Being a Rangers fan is never relaxing. LET'S GO RANGERS!!!

 

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McDonagh Backs Up His Words
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:19:38 PM - May 8, 2015

The Rangers have been playing with hesitation all series and have not played with the life they showed during their regular season President Trophy as the NHL's best team, or as intense as they were in a 1st round series win against the Pittsburgh Penguins. This series, the Rangers have seemed slow and hesitant to get hit by the bigger but not as talented Washington Capitals. Maybe it took the Rangers to look up at the clock and see elimination facing them to get their all out effort to score going. All series they have looked for the perfect pass to score , but they finally screened the Washington goalie and they scored the equalizer and winning overtime goal to stay alive to play Game 6 in Washington on Mothers Day Sunday at 7pm  more

 
Summer One Game Away
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 9:57:12 PM - May 6, 2015

The Rangers are 1 game away from packing up for the summer thanks to the another 2-1 loss to the Washington Caps and Game 5 to be played at the Garden on Friday. It's a toss-up between Dan Boyle and Keith Yandle on who can ruin the powerplay more and who can cost the Ranger more games. Game #3 was a pass from behind the net that Yandle kicked by Henrik Lundqvist as the only goal for a Caps win. The Caps first win of the series was due to Dan Boyle trying to "eat the clock" with 4 seconds left and getting crushed against the boards and giving up the puck that lead to a Caps goal win 1.3 seconds left and a Caps win. In Game #4, Ryan McDonagh tried to control the puck against the boards and lost it that lead to a Caps goal. Also in Game 4, the Caps got away with an interference on Derek Stepan that lead to the Caps first goal as Stepan layed on the ice while the Caps player went right into the area that Stepan would have been if on his feet. It is looking as if the Caps are the team of destiny while it looks like the Rangers are tired and unable to compete this series  more

 
What The Hell Was That????
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 7:26:32 AM - May 1, 2015

Game 1 of the 2nd round with the Rangers verus the Washigton Capitals ended in controversy but it ended in a 2-1 Caps win and a 1-0 lead in the best of 7. The Rangers seemed to relax for a second in time after the Caps Backstrom clearly boarded Rangers defenseman Dan Boyle and knocked the puck loose whick lead to the winning goal with just over a seond left in the game. The refs blew the call, but Boyle made two bonehead plays that lead to both Capitals goals. On the winning goal, as the puck went into the corner, Boyle tried to kill the last 4 seconds by holding the puck against the boards in the corner by the goal line with Caps closing in on him. All he had to do was move the puck around like the Rangers always do and cost the Rangers the game. Earlier in the game, Boyle kept moving backwards as Ovechkin gained the zone until he provided Ovechkin a perfect screen and then to top it off stuck his stick put so that the shot would deflect up and over Lundqvist's stick side. I know that the Rangers brass paid alot for Dan Boyle and he is one of Glen Sather's reclamation projects, but maybe he needs to sit the next game and send a message to all the players that if you don't play Rangers hockey 100% of the time, you will sit. Matt Hunwick would not have made either of those stupid and passive plays  more

 
Rangers Are Ready For Caps
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 11:18:32 AM - April 30, 2015

As the Rangers prepare for the 2nd round against the Washington Capitals,  the Rangers defense is back at 100% but have to deal with the lose of forward Mats Zuccarello. The changes to the lineup will be Klein is in while Matt Hunwick sits and James Sheppard will enter the lineup on the 4th line on the wing of Dominic Moore and fellow winger Tanner Glass. The Rangers 4th line will play important minutes, as few as they may be, as Glass and Sheppard will make sure that the Caps 4th line doesn't take any "liberties" on the Rangers more skilled players  more

 
Blueshirts Advance In "Record" Time
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 9:13:24 PM - April 24, 2015

It's been a while since the Rangers took fewer than five games to advance.  In fact the last six series they're won have been: 7, 7, 7, 7, 7 and 6 last year in the Eastern Conference Finals.  You have to go back to 2008 when they beat the Devils 4-1 in Round one to find another series so short  more

 
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12
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19
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9
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