New York Rangers: 5 Bold Predictions for the Second Half of the 2011-12 Season

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New York Rangers: 5 Bold Predictions for the Second Half of the 2011-12 Season
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The New York Rangers' Marian Gaborik.

The New York Rangers are currently 31-12-5 with 67 points in 48 games played–good for first in the Eastern Conference as of Jan. 31. The Rangers have just 34 games remaining for the regular season (19 home, 15 away).

The good news for the Rangers is that their record home and away is nearly identical: 15-5-2 and 16-7-3, respectively.

What this means is that the Rangers have demonstrated that they can be a dominating force both on home ice and on the road.

The Rangers have a long road remaining until they reach the postseason and as we all know, a lot can happen in 34 games.

Let's take a look at five predictions for the remainder of the New York Rangers' 2011-2012 season. Some will no doubt be controversial, but are still entirely possible.

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