1. Rangers Embarassed By Injury Depleted Senators

    It was a recipe for disaster from the very beginning: the Ottawa Senators were on a five game losing streak and coming off a horrendous 5-2 loss to Philadelphia the other night...

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  2. Devils Defeat Rangers In Most Exciting Game Of The Season

    It took sixty minutes of regulation, five minutes of overtime, and five rounds of a shootout to decide this one. The Rangers out shot the Devils 51-45 in a game that saw very few stoppages and even fewer penalties...

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  3. Hockey History Spotlight: Pass The Puck, Joe Malone!

    For this piece, I had to go so far back in the annals of hockey history that the National Hockey League was in it's first year of operation. The year was 1917/1918 and hockey was so much different...

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  4. New Jersey Devils: Six Players Headed To Olympics

    There has been plenty of fuss about this year's Olympics to be held into Vancouver, British Columbia, including who will come out on top and what the rosters will be comprised of...

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  5. Christensen Helping Rangers Prosper Without Prospal

    Just two weeks ago it seemed that Erik Christensen would be the second coming of Brad Isbister for the Rangers. A once promising top-six forward that found himself bouncing around from team to team before ending up on the Rangers top line...

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  6. Sean Avery Plays Best Game As a Ranger In Defeat Of Stars

    If the Sean Avery that showed up tonight is here to stay for the rest of the season, the Rangers are in luck. The underachieving forward was back to his old self against his former team by agitating, ...

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  7. New Jersey Devils: Brodeur Needs To Stop Playing so Many Games

    He has the most wins, most shutouts, most games played, and most minutes played by an NHL goaltender in the history of the league...

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  8. US Olympic Hockey Team: A Look Ahead

    Its time for the Olympics again, this time the city of Vancouver will be their home. Whenever I think of them, I think of that 1980 men’s hockey team that defied all the odds and beat the high powered Soviet Union...

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  9. New Jersey Devils: No Love For Bergfors?

    As you may already know, all the countries participating in this year's Olympic Games in Vancouver have released their lineups for ice hockey. Certain countries, such as Russia and Canada, had some rather obvious choices in terms of their roster makeup...

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  10. Q & A With "100 Rangers Greats" Co-Author Russ Cohen

    For this latest interview, I had the chance to sit down with Russ Cohen, the creator of Sportsology and one of the three co-authors of the ultimate book for the Blue Shirt Faithful, "100 Ranger Greats"...

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  11. Rangers Defeat Bruins With Help Of Secondary Scoring

    For only the second time this season, the New York Rangers won a game in which Marian Gaborik did not record a point...

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  12. New York Rangers: Something's Gotta Give

    Yesterday's defeat at the hands of the league worst Carolina Hurricanes was a microcosm of the entire season for the New York Rangers...

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  13. New Jersey Devils All-Decade Team

    No one is a stranger to the New Jersey Devils success during this decade. One Stanley Cup, five Atlantic Division titles and nine victorious playoff rounds complete the Devils profile during the span of 2000-01 to 2008-09...

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  14. New York Islanders All-Decade Team

    This decade wasn't very f riendly to the Islanders. They did make the playoffs four times, but each time they were eliminated in the first round. They also finished last in the league twice...

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  15. As 2010 Winter Classic Looms, What's In Store For Next Year?

    Tomorrow afternoon, the Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins will face each other in the third annual NHL Winter Classic...

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  16. Devils Strong Effort Proves Beneficial Against Thrashers

    Several events transpired during a 3-2 come from behind victory by the New Jersey Devils over the Atlanta Thrashers. For one, chippy forward David Clarkson came off of the injury list and played for the first time in 13 games...

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  17. OHA Official Fights For His Life; Time For Pro Hockey To Wake Up

    In 1989 we saw it with Clint Malarchuk. In 2008 we saw it with Richard Zednik. Two NHL hockey players getting their throats accidentally slit open my an errant skate blade...

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  18. New York Rangers All-Decade Team

    With 2009 and yet another decade closing out, it was time to select the New York Rangers All-Decade team. These selections were not made based on success in the 1990's, but just on numbers starting in the 2000/01 season...

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  19. New York Rangers Must Look To Improvement By Trade

    With an overtime loss to the New York Islanders last night, the Rangers ended their four game winning streak. Over the month of December, the Blueshirts have seen a significant decrease in goals against, which is good for their young defense...

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  20. Devils: Brodeur Clinches Milestone Shutout Record

    It was only a matter of time before Martin Brodeur broke Terry Sawchuk's record for most shutouts by a goaltender in the National Hockey League...

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  21. Can The Rangers Land Ilya Kovalchuk If He Becomes Available?

    Last night, both Hockeybuzz and RDS reported that the Atlanta Thrashers and Ilya Kovalchuk will be parting ways one way or another before the start of next season...

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  22. NHL: Highs and Woes of The Atlantic Division

    The Atlantic Division has been known around the league to be the most competitive and heated rivalries have been established. This season is no different, however, there are some interesting shifts in position for the teams within this division...

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  23. Rangers: For Glen Sather, It's a Case Of Jekyll and Hyde

    Last night, chants of "Fire Sather" rained down from the crowd at Madison Square Garden. This morning, via both WFAN and ESPN rumor central, it was said that should the Rangers lose tonight, Glen Sather will be fired...

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  24. New York Rangers: It's Time To Clean House

    This will be a relatively short article, mainly because I'm at a loss for words right now. It is one thing to lose but it is another to get embarrassed by a hated rival on home ice. I have been calling for Tortorella's firing for months now...

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  25. Rangers and Islanders: Double Trouble

    Tonight the Rangers and the Islanders prepare for a home and home series. The first game will be played at Madison Square Garden then Thursday night they play at Nassau Coliseum.The Islanders have been a pleasant surprise this season...

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