1. Lundqvist Reacts to Last-Second Goal

    NEW YORK — It was an absolutely crushing loss for the New York Rangers in Game 1 of their second-round playoff series against the Washington Capitals ...

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  2. Rangers Try to Take 'tough' Loss (and Finish) in Stride

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  3. Lundqvist: We All Stopped After Boyle Hit

    Lundqvist: "I feel like we all just kind of stopped when Boyle went down. We lost our focus a little bit and gave up the last chance...

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  4. Watch: Controversial Hit Leads to GWG in Game 1

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  5. Bodog Has Rangers as Stanley Cup Favorites

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  6. Rangers Need This Young Star to Stop Being the Invisible Man

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  7. Sniffles? Yandle Misses Yet Another Practice

    Alain Vigneault smiled when asked this afternoon about defenseman Keith Yandle's latest absence from practice...

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  8. Rangers' Zuccarello out Indefinitely with Suspected Concussion

    Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello will be sidelined indefinitely with an upper-body injury, the team announced Monday. Zuccarello is suspected to have a concussion...

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  9. Kevin Klein Expects to Play Game One of the Second Round

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  10. Mats Zuccarello Injury: Updates on Rangers Star's Upper Body and Return

    New York Rangers star right winger Mats Zuccarello has an upper-body injury that will keep him out indefinitely. He is expected to miss the second round and could be out for the remainder of the playoffs...

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  11. Rangers Lose Zuccarello Indefinitely with Suspected Concussion

    Tough news out of New York today — the Rangers have announced that forward Mats Zuccarello will be sidelined indefinitely with an upper-body injury, which the Post is reporting to be a concussion...

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  12. Klein (Arm) Expects to Play Game 1 of 2nd Round

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  13. Rangers Announce Zuccarello (Head) Out Indefinitely

    Rangers announce that Zuccarello will be sidelined indefinitely with upper body injury. It is suspected concussion...

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  14. 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...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 days ago 219 reads 0 comments

  15. 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...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 days ago 29 reads 0 comments

  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. Henrik Lundqvist on What to Expect Tonight in Game Five

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  24. 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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  25. 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.....

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