1. Rangers Become 2nd Team to Score 2 Goals or Less in All 4 Playoff Series Wins

    The New York Rangers may not be all that encouraged after making history in their opening-round series victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins...

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  2. Nash: 'Hockey Is Everything in New York'

    Sportsnet caught up with Rick Nash before the post-season began for an exclusive interview featured in our magazine's Stanley Cup Playoffs Special...

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  3. Rangers' Carl Hagelin Slides into Hero Role with OT Winner

    Carl Hagelin knew it probably wasn't the prettiest celebration, but it was still the best feeling the Rangers left wing has experienced in hockey...

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  4. Closing out Penguins in Rare Short Series Boosts Rangers' Stanley Cup Quest

    NEW YORK — Sweeter words were never spoken, at least not to the ears of the New York Rangers . "See you guys Monday," Alain Vigneault said...

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  5. McDonagh: 'It Was a Hard Fought Series'

    The Rangers advanced to the second round of the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs Friday night on Carl Hagelin's goal 10:52 into overtime, which lifted the Blueshirts to a 2-1 Game Five victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins and a 4-1 series win...

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  6. Rangers Finally Make It Easy on Themselves

    NEW YORK – The Rangers finally brought their A-game to their first-round playoff series against Pittsburgh Friday, and because of that — and Carl Hagelin's overtime shot ...

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  7. Hagelin on Winner: Got Shivers When I Heard Crowd

    Carl Hagelin - "unbelievable - probably the best feeling I've had - when I heard the crowd go nuts it gave me shivers...

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  8. Zuccarello Won't Return After Taking Puck to Head

    New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello left Friday night's game against the Pittsburgh Penguins after being hit in the head by a shot.....

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  9. Hartnett: Rangers' Brassard Thriving Under Pressure, Embracing Role as Mentor

    Call him “Big-Game Brass.” Like clockwork, 27-year-old Rangers center Derick Brassard has emerged — again — as a go-to guy in the playoffs.....

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  10. Henrik Lundqvist on What to Expect Tonight in Game Five

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  11. Brassard: NYR Can't Get Comfortable with 3-1 Lead

    It all might sound like worn-out sports cliches, but it has a little more depth coming from the Rangers , having been there so recently...

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  12. The Nonsense Critique of Rick Nash Must End

    Well, that didn't take long, did it? Four games, three of which the Rangers have won to move within a victory of taking out the Penguins at the Garden in Friday's Game 5.....

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 1 day ago 1 reads 0 comments

  13. Rookie Kevin Hayes Proves His Worth in Playoffs

    NEW YORK -- The Rangers ' Chris Kreider remembers what it's like to be a rookie forward trying to prove himself, and it gives him an appreciation for the skills rookie Kevin Hayes has shown in his first playoff series...

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  14. Brassard: NYR Can't Get Comfortable with 3-1 Lead

    #NYR Derick Brassard on Rangers ' 3-1 series lead: "We're not really playing our best right now, so we can't be too comfortable...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 2 days ago 5 reads 0 comments

  15. Leonard: Glass Keeps Grinding with Physical Play for NYR

    PITTSBURGH – In the land of Rangerstown, fans have found a way this season to blame Tanner Glass for everything from team losses to the brutal winter weather, to the economy, to the spread of mumps...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 3 days ago 11 reads 0 comments

  16. AV Delivered 'Wake Up Call' to Rangers After Dreadful 1st

    The first career playoff goal by Kevin Hayes could not have been much more memorable as the rookie scored at 3:14 of overtime Wednesday night at CONSOL Energy Center, lifting the Rangers ...

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  17. Watch: Hayes Buries Loose Puck for 1st Ever Playoff Goal

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  18. Three Keys to a New York Rangers Game 4 Win vs. the Penguins

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  19. Mats Zuccarello's Impact on the Rangers and This Playoff Series

    So far in the playoffs, Mats Zuccarello has two assists, 9 shots, 9 hits, 2 blocked shots and an average of 16:42 per game.....

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  20. Martin St. Louis Knows All Too Well How a Series Can Swing

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  21. Rangers Emphasize Discipline Against Aggressive Penguins

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  22. Coach on Derick Brassard: 'Very Dependable Two-Way Player'

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  23. McDonagh Fully Acclimated to Role as Rangers Captain

    Ryan McDonagh felt earlier this season that if he figured out how to marry being the New York Rangers captain and their top defensemen he'd start to resemble the player who earned each of those titles through his performance last season...

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  24. Resistant Refs, Pushy Pens Reveal Who Rangers Truly Are

    This was more like it. This was the kind of committed hockey we've come to expect from the Rangers this year but did not get Saturday night at the Garden...

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  25. Rangers Give Pens Very Little in Exerting Dominance

    PITTSBURGH -- It turns out that what we saw in Game 2 was just a momentary variation in the narrative that goes like this: The New York Rangers are going to make the Pittsburgh Penguins -- and maybe every other NHL team -- chase them this spring...

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