1. New York Rangers: Realistic Expectations for Chris Kreider in 2012-13

    Boxford, MA native Chris Kreider was a welcome addition to the Rangers postseason and arguably played well beyond his years (and better than some veterans on the team, for that matter)...

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  2. New York Rangers: How Blueshirts Could Spend Up to $20 Million This Offseason

    According to a New York Post article written by Larry Brooks : "The Blueshirts will have approximately $20 million of space under a summer cap that’s likely to be in the ...

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  3. New York Rangers: Grading Each Player on His Postseason Performance

    It was a devastating end to a season that looked more than promising for the New York Rangers . Having played two tough series leading up to the Eastern Conference Finals against ...

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  4. New York Rangers: 10 Most Important Factors in Stopping the Capitals

    The New York Rangers and Washington Capitals series has been a true nail biter, but it sure makes for some great hockey...

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  5. 5 Reasons to Be Excited for Chris Kreider's 2012-13 Season in New York

    New York Rangers rookie Chris Kreider is no stranger to winning. Perhaps that is why his baptism by fire from college hockey straight into the NHL postseason has been so successful...

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  6. Marian Gaborik Must Be Better for the New York Rangers

    New York Rangers ' right winger Marian Gaborik ended up finishing the regular season very strong with 41 goals and 35 assists, ranking him third overall with goals scored...

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  7. NHL Playoffs 2012: 4 Reasons NY Rangers Are Still Favorites in the East

    It was announced Wednesday that New York Rangers netminder Henrik Lundqvist is one of the three finalists for the Vezina Trophy, which Wikipedia defines as: "Awarded annually ...

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  8. NHL Playoffs: Enough Is Enough with the Terrible Officiating

    The New York Rangers rallied back (as we knew they would) to force a Game 7 last night in Ottawa against the Senators to tie the series 3-3, but not for the lack of trying on the part of the officiating...

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  9. NHL Playoffs 2012: How the NY Rangers Can Extend Their Series to 7 Games

    I think everyone needs to just relax and not panic. If the New York Rangers themselves aren't, then why are we as fans already giving up? Well, I for one am not...

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  10. NHL Playoffs 2012: 4 Important Game 5 Storylines for Senators vs. Rangers Series

    The New York Rangers - Ottawa Senators series so far has been anything but predictable. The Rangers started the series with a bang in Game 1, winning 4-2. They then suffered an overtime loss in Game 2, 3-2...

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  11. NHL Playoffs 2012: Daniel Alfredsson Needs to Sit out If He Has a Concussion

    Okay, so I am completely confused here. According to a Fox Sports.com article from April 16th, " Daniel Alfredsson has confirmed he sustained a concussion in Game 2 of Ottawa's ...

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  12. NHL Playoffs 2012: What New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators Series Has Shown Us

    The New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators met four times during the regular season and defeated the Rangers in three out of the four outings, proving that despite the wide placement in the standings, the No...

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  13. NHL Playoffs: The Referees Got the Dubinsky Call All Wrong

    In a postgame interview, New York Rangers head coach John Tortorella declined on a number of occasions to comment about the ridiculously absurd calls that the referees made on the brawl that ensued during the first two-and-a-half minutes of play...

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  14. NHL Playoffs 2012: Ryan Callahan Sets Stage for Senators vs. Rangers Series

    The New York Rangers ' fearless leader and captain, Ryan Callahan , set the mood for the night (and the series) with a couple of good, clean, hard hits and a goal just prior to ...

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  15. NY Rangers: 3 Reasons They're the Team to Beat in the Eastern Conference

    The New York Rangers finished the regular season two points shy of winning the coveted President's Trophy, which would have ensured them home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs...

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  16. Chris Krieder: New York Rangers Teammates Welcome Newcomer with Open Arms

    The New York Rangers organization has agreed to terms with 20-year-old Boxford, Mass., native Chris Kreider, as the New York Post reported on Tuesday...

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  17. N.Y. Rangers Trade/Free Agent Talk: 8 Blueshirts Who Won't Be Back Next Season

    This group of Rangers players obviously has something special about them. It isn't the one or two superstars, but rather the team as a whole that makes them a winning combination...

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  18. NY Rangers Clinch 1st in East with Series Sweep over Philadelphia Flyers

    The Philadelphia Flyers showed their grit Sunday night in a 6-4 win against their rival Pittsburgh Penguins that extended not only to the players, but also to the coaches...

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  19. NHL Playoff Predictions: New York Rangers' Ideal Matchup in Every Round

    The New York Rangers seem to be regaining their mojo, having won five out of their last six games. But with only five games remaining in the regular season and so much at stake ...

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  20. New York Rangers Widen Atlantic Division Lead Against Penguins by 3 Points

    With just six games remaining and the coveted prize of winning home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs dangling like a carrot in front of the New York Rangers , every game is sure to be filled with much intensity...

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  21. New York Rangers: Why They Will Win the Atlantic Division

    There are many naysayers out there that would like to believe that the New York Rangers have succumbed to their recent slump, but that is not the case...

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  22. Sidney Crosby: Will the Pittsburgh Penguins Pass the New York Rangers?

    In my opinion, the answer is the Penguins will not. Ever since it was announced that Sidney Crosby was cleared for contact back on March 6, the NHL world has been anxiously awaiting his return...

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  23. Rick Nash Trade Rumors: 6 Teams Who Will Make a Run at Blue Jackets Star

    If teams were salivating at the opportunity to acquire Rick Nash at the trade deadline, one can only imagine how many more will be chomping at the bit come postseason...

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  24. New York Rangers Hungry for a Win After Back-to-Back Losses

    There is no doubt that the New York Rangers have spoiled their fans this season with their excellent play. That is why everyone must remember that they have only lost two games in a row...

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  25. New York Rangers: 3 Reasons Dominance over Flyers Will Continue in Playoffs

    The New York Rangers and the Philadelphia Flyers have perhaps one of the longest standing and most bitter rivalries in all of NHL history...

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