1. NHL Lottery Watch: April 2, 2010

    As we enter the final weeks of the regular season, the attention continues to shift toward June’s Entry Draft for those teams that won’t be participating in the postseason...

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  2. New York Rangers: Henrik Lundqvist Might Actually Get a Night Off

    I’ve mentioned this a couple of times over the last week or so: Henrik Lundqvist has been working hard...

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  3. New York Rangers Could Catch a Break in Florida with Lightning's Arena Snafu

    The Rangers are down in Florida this weekend for back-to-back games against the Lightning and Panthers, but it’s possible that they could get two points automatically if Tampa ...

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  4. What if Bombay Didn't Blow a .08?

    The other day, we ran a video of an NHL playoff commercial featuring Mark Messier . Why? Because I thought it was cool...

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  5. LIVE BLOG: 3/30/10: Rangers-Islanders

    7:41 PM – First period comes to a close with the Islanders ahead, 2-0. Nothing happening offensively for the Rangers. They’ll need a big change of pace and strategy in the second period if they hope to win this game...

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  6. New York Rangers Quick Bits: Henrik Lundqvist, Corey Locke, Lines, and Standings

    It’s raining pretty hard out there, but luckily that won’t stop the Rangers from playing the Islanders tonight, which we’ll be live blogging ! Here are some quick bits to hold you over until the game starts:...

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  7. 22-Year-Old Goalie Cameron Talbot Signs with New York Rangers

    The Rangers have signed Cameron Talbot, a 22-year-old goalie from the University of Alabama-Huntsville. Here is the press release from the Rangers: New York Rangers President and General ...

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  8. Live Blogging Tonight's Rangers-Islanders Game

    Hey BHD readers, I’ll be conducting a live blog here at Broadway Hockey Daily during tonight’s Rangers-Islanders contest at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Puck drop is set for 7 p...

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  9. Prospect Update: '09 2nd Round Pick Werek Out With Torn ACL

    Selected by the Rangers in the second round (47th pick) of last year’s draft, Ethan Werek has done nothing but impress this season...

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  10. Ranger Notes: Standings, Injuries, and Questions

    Only a few teams were in action last night and the Rangers were not one of them. There were some outcomes that could effect their season though...

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  11. Rangers Recall Corey Locke from Hartford

    In need of a little depth because of the Sean Avery injury, the Rangers have recalled 25-year-old center Corey Locke from the Hartford Wolf Pack. Locke is listed at 5′9″ and 189 lbs...

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  12. Subscribe to Broadway Hockey Daily

    I’d just like to remind Broadway Hockey Daily readers, if you like reading our site and don’t want to miss any Rangers news no matter how big or small you can become a subscriber in many different ways...

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  13. John Tortorella, This is Exactly What I was Talking About

    Yesterday I had a little rant about Rangers' head coach John Tortorella and the lack of accountability within the Rangers' organization...

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  14. With Sean Avery Injured, Where are the New York Rangers Now?

    Not only did the Rangers suffer a frustrating loss last night in Toronto, but one of their players who has actually been playing well lately, Sean Avery, injured his knee during a collision while chasing the puck going into the end boards...

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  15. The New York Rangers Are Creeping Towards Playoff Elimination

    Last night’s loss to the Maple Leafs didn’t eliminate the Rangers from playoff contention, but it has made their path there a bit harder. Here are the standings following last night’s 3-2 overtime loss: 7...

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  16. NY Rangers Highlights from Last Night's 3-2 OT Loss at Toronto

    The Rangers looked good early as they jumped out to a 2-0 lead against the Toronto Maple Leafs thanks to goals from P.A. Parenteau and Brandon Dubinsky...

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  17. Report: Rangers Interested in Mats Zuccarello Aasen

    One of the brightest stars during the Olympic tournament in Vancouver last month was Norway’s Mats Zuccarello Aasen. At 5′7″ and 160 lbs...

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  18. Rangers Shuffle Lineup Against Toronto

    The Rangers recalled forward P.A. Parenteau and defenseman Anders Eriksson from Hartford yesterday and according to Andrew Gross of The Bergin Record , they will be in the lineup tonight...

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  19. New York Rangers Recall Pierre Parenteau and Anders Eriksson from Hartford

    According to Andrew Gross of the Bergin Record, the New York Rangers have recalled forward P.A. Parenteau and defenseman Anders Eriksson from the Hartford Wolf Pack...

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  20. John Tortorella vs. The Media: Round Two

    Earlier this season, John Tortorella had a run-in with NY Post writer Larry Brooks, seen here, and last night Torts had another run-in—this time with Journal News writer Rick Carpiniello after Carp questioned his overtime strategy...

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  21. John Tortorella vs. The Media: Round One

    This blog is only a week old, and that’s ok. We’ve gotten off to a great start in my opinion. The only problem is there was some stuff that’s happened in the past year that I wish I could have written about...

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  22. NHL Playoffs : Postseason Hope Remains Alive, Lottery Hopes Fading

    The Rangers won an exciting game last night. With the game tied, Chris Drury scored with just 17 seconds remaining and beat the Devils 4-3 in a shootout. Here are the updated standings 7...

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  23. NHL Lottery Watch: March 25, 2010 Hockey Games, Playoff Implications

    Thursday night is shaping up to be a big, big night as far as the Rangers are concerned. While the Blueshirts attempt to keep their playoff hopes going in New Jersey against the Devils, ...

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  24. Quotes from 3-D Viewing Party

    To me, this thing is still a gimmick, but from what it sounds like, a few athletes who were on hand were impressed after they watched last night’s Rangers/Islanders game in 3-D...

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  25. Rangers-Islanders: Rangers Stars Show Life, Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

    While many Rangers fans have packed up their hopes for the playoffs and shifted their focus towards the NHL Entry Draft, the Rangers don’t seem willing to head to the golf course without a fight...

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