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The Rangers figured to have hit rock bottom on Saturday afternoon after allowing a touchdown to the Islanders. That game should have woken the team up and given them the shot in the arm they needed to stop allowing 30+ shots a game. Boy were we wrong.

This was now the 15th straight game where the Rangers allowed 30+ shots in a game. They now haven’t won in regulation since December 19. I’m amazed the goalies haven’t mutinied at this point.

I couldn’t watch the game, so I polled Twitter to see how everyone took the loss. Some of the answers were fun.

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The Rangers came out of their bye week with a critical matchup against their division (and actual) rival Islanders. They should have come out strong. With fire. With passion. They did not. They no-showed. Only Michael Grabner and the goalies showed up. They embarrassed themselves on home ice.

If this shows us one thing, it’s that the Rangers are not truly ready to compete. There are a number of reasons for this, and we’ve covered them all by now. But the fact remains, this team does nothing to help out their goaltenders on a nightly basis.

On to the goals:

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Jan
04

Rangers no show again, lose to Chicago

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Call it Winter Classic hangover. Call it just another no show. But the Rangers dropped an ugly and winnable one to Chicago last night by a score of 5-2. Don’t let the score fool you, this was not as close as the 3-2 score (two empty netters for Chicago) would make you think. The Rangers played an ugly game. They didn’t create on offense and didn’t care on defense. The reason why this was close was again, Henrik Lundqvist.

Jeff “Not Tanner” Glass wasn’t really tested much as he won his second NHL game in 13 pro seasons. He only faced four even strength (six total) shots in the first, and then another two at evens (eight total) in the second. That’s right folks, the Rangers put up a total of 14 shots, 6 at even strength, in the first two periods. They woke up in the third. Sorta.

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The Rangers and Red Wings played another entertaining, low-scoring game on Friday Night.  Detroit ultimately prevailed in the shootout, 3-2.  Like the last time these teams met, Henrik Lundqvist and Jimmy Howard were a big part of the story.  This time however, the referees played a major role as well, adding drama and intrigue to this midseason matchup.

A questionable call on Brendan Smith (an illegal check to the head was called, when replays showed there was no contact to the head) sucked all the momentum from the Rangers as they pushed for a go-ahead goal in the third period.  Marc Staal also committed a tripping penalty with 1:20 remaining in the game, which bled into the overtime period.  Then the Rangers got a call, as Brady Skjei drew a penalty shot in overtime.  Unfortunately he couldn’t convert, and the game was decided in the coin-flip that is the shootout.

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Ondrej Pavelec and Phillippe Grubauer were the stars of the show last night in the Battle of the Backups. They made a combined 67 saves –30 for Pavelec– as both went 65 minutes without allowing a goal. The Rangers eventually won in the shootout after two rounds, as Pavelec also stopped both of his shootout attempts.

I laughed when Mike Milbury made a comment about how both teams were starting their backup goalies. He is truly the worst announcer I’ve ever listened to. He was really riding that too, even in the third period. But we know better. These goalies were great, and it was Pav who came out on top.

Since there were no goals to breakdown, let’s go through some thoughts.

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Dec
24

Recap: How the Leafs Stole Christmas

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It is with a heavy heart that I inform you the New York Rangers are at it again. You can stop me if you’ve heard this one before but the Rangers, unable to connect on passes and playing without urgency for the vast majority of the game, relied on Henrik Lundqvist to make otherworldly saves and ultimately dropped the game despite their star goalie’s best efforts. It’s a tale as old as time, and frankly, I’m getting a little bit sick of it. I’m guessing you are too.

It all started in the first period, when the Rangers, despite keeping things relatively even in terms of shot attempts and even pulling ahead at one point in scoring chances, allowed the Leafs on more than one occasion to set up their cycle game in the Rangers’ zone. Against an average team this might not be that big of a problem – sure it’s a bad habit, but if you keep them to the outside and depend on your goaltender for sensational saves then it’s not so bad, right? Well, the Leafs have guys like Auston Matthews and William Nylander, and you’ll never guess who set up who to put the biscuit in the basket. Not an auspicious start to the evening.

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The Rangers forgot how to defense this game. Well in reality, it’s been this month, but who’s keeping track? Last night was another in a long stretch of games where the Rangers allowed at least 30 shots on goal. Henrik Lundqvist was the story of the latest defensvie debacle, making 43 saves to steal a point for the Blueshirts in the shootout loss.

Outside of Hank, not many Rangers had good games. Kevin Shattenkirk had a noticeably bad game, so bad that he wound up benched in the third period. Funny thing is Nick Holden also had a bad game, yet no benching. Ho Hum. Oh, Alain Vigneault used his timeout! That’s a positive!

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Paul Carey sure has been a pleasant surprise for the Rangers this year. Playing a consistent role on a pretty good fourth line, Carey scored twice last night to help the Rangers beat the Ducks 4-1. The Rangers will live and die by their offense’s ability to get quality shots, and that’s exactly what they did. Their quick strike offense came alive.

The start of the game was not pretty, but Henrik Lundqvist kept them in it, stopping all 16 shots in the first and 39 of 40 in the game. There were a bunch of difficult saves in there as well. It wasn’t until the third that Hank lost the shutout, but 39 of 40, with many of them being great saves, works for me.

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Dec
17

Twitter recap: Rangers down Bruins in overtime

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I was unable to watch last night’s game, so there is no goal breakdown. Sorry about that. But I went through Twitter and put together some good reactions to the game.

Chris Kreider and Mats Zuccarello really do have the best goal celebrations, don’t they?

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Dec
16

Rangers drop Kings to snap losing streak

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The Rangers are currently sitting pretty in a wild card spot, and it’s thanks to the fact that, despite their unfortunate loss to Ottawa the other night (and a real clunker against Dallas, although I’m inclined to write that off as “those happen sometimes”) they keep picking up points where they need them, sometimes against teams they should lose to like the Kings. It was sweet revenge indeed against a team that still leaves a bitter taste in all of our mouths after what happened in 2014.

The Pacific-leading Kings had Marian Gaborik on something of a hot streak with a goal and an assist (insofar as that’s a hot streak – remember that this was a low scoring game), but the Rangers were able to put the Kings away late in the third period with a beauty of a goal from Rick Nash, who is now the all-time leader in game winners for the Rangers (but remember folks, he’s not clutch). Some quick thoughts on the game:

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