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Rangers hold on against Caps, make it seven in a row

Ok I’m going to level with you guys. By now you’ve noticed the new design, and I really hope you guys like it. As I write this, it is 2am. I had already written the goal breakdown and had it finished around 11pm. At that point, I started to move the new design from our staging environment to our production…

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Rangers blank Canes, extend streak to six

It wasn’t pretty last night, but the New York Rangers held on to a 1-0 lead for over 55 minutes en route to a blanking of the Carolina Hurricanes. For the second straight game the Rangers controlled all of the action, putting 31 shots on Anton Khudobin over the 60 minute contest. Cam Talbot wasn’t tested much, but stopped all…

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Rangers come from behind in Carolina, make it five in a row

I wasn’t able to watch last night’s game, but the Rangers came from behind twice in the third period before beating Carolina in the shootout. The win gave the Rangers five in a row. I did watch the highlights, and the first Carolina goal came off a bad pass from Kevin Hayes. The first Ranger goal was a beautiful powerplay…

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Rangers steamroll Flames, extend winning streak to four

The New York Rangers took everything the Calgary Flames gave them, which was odd-man rushes, turnovers, and facepalm moments that turned into goals. The Rangers jumped out to a 4-0 lead, scoring twice at even strength, once on the powerplay, and once shorthanded, en route to a 5-2 win. The Rangers weren’t perfect, surrendering a lot of shots and exchanging…

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Rangers win snooze-fest in Edmonton

Last night’s game was an absolute snooze-fest. The Rangers came in knowing they were playing a bad team, and the Oilers came in just like the bad team they are. The teams combined for just 38 shots on goal, which was probably less than the number of icings we saw in this game. Neither team came prepared to play, there…

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Rangers roll through Canucks with offensive outburst

The New York Rangers started off their western road trip with an incredibly convincing 5-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks last night.  The Rangers blitzed the Canucks for five straight goals, including the first three of the game in a four-minute span. The Canucks gave the Rangers way too much room int he neutral zone, and the Rangers took every…

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Rangers blow another two goal lead, come out with victory in OT (Goal breakdown now with GIFs!)

The New York Rangers sure are a weird team. They put up a giant oh-fer against the Tampa Bay Lightning, but in three games against the Pittsburgh Penguins, they are 2-0-1 and were almost 3-0. This is a team that blew another two goal lead, but didn’t let it get to them as Kevin Klein –again– was able win it in…

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Rangers blow 2-0 lead, fall to Red Wings

Sorry folks, no goal breakdown from last night’s game. I didn’t get a chance to watch the game. So, use this to discuss the game, the “two lazy backchecks” that AlainVigneault called out in the second period, the awful 5-on-3 (or 5-on-2 1/2, since one player didn’t have a stick). Again, sorry about that.

Shaky defense gifts third straight loss to Tampa Bay

The New York Rangers played some pretty shaky defense against a very talented Tampa Bay Lightning team, and it cost them dearly. Three straight gaffes cost them three straight goals, and an empty netter sealed the deal as the Lightning swept the season series with the 6-3 win. For some inexplicable reason, people were blaming Henrik Lundqvist for the loss,…

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Three third period goals lifts Rangers over Flyers

The New York Rangers scored four straight goals, including three in the third period, en route to a 5-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers. The win gives the Rangers a 3-0 record against the Flyers so far this season. The win also puts a lot of distance between the Rangers and Flyers in the standings (seven points) and in the…

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