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Kreider, Fast Lead Rangers To Victory Over HurricanesChris Kreider and Jesper Fast scored two goals apiece, including Kreider's first just 52 seconds into the game, and the New York Rangers rolled to a victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday night.
Lichtenstein: No Titles, But Local Sports Had Plenty To Be Thankful For In 2017The New York City area has had a championship dry spell since, well, I submitted my first Thanksgiving post six years ago.
Hartnett: Rangers Still Counting Their Blessings That Vegas Passed On GrabnerAt the quarter-way mark of the 2017-18 season, Grabner is thriving in a bottom-six role.
Lundqvist Gets 63rd Shutout As Rangers Beat SenatorsHenrik Lundqvist stopped 20 shots for his second shutout of the season and 63rd of his career, leading the New York Rangers over the Ottawa Senators on Sunday night.
Rangers Stonewalled By Reigning Vezina Winner Sergei Bobrovsky Sergei Bobrovsky made his typical batch of highlight-reel saves to help the Columbus Blue Jackets shut out the potent New York Rangers.
Anisimov Drills 3 Goals To Lead Blackhawks Over RangersThe Blackhawks grabbed control with four goals in 6 minutes, 6 seconds, capped by Anisimov's power-play slam through Henrik Lundqvist's legs at 5:14 of the third.
Hartnett: Shattenkirk Gives Lundqvist Elite Difference-Maker He's Been MissingShattenkirk has been key in the turnaround from a 3-7-2 start. The 28-year-old blueliner is currently on a seven-game point streak, amassing three goals and seven assists.
Hartnett: At Long Last, Rangers Have Themselves A Solid Power PlayThe days of the Rangers having a stagnant, misfiring power play appear to be over.
Rick Nash Drills 2 Goals As Rangers Top Edmonton Oilers For 6th Straight WinNash scored the eventual game winner when Brady Skjei found Nash darting toward the back post at 18:53 of the second period. McDonagh also assisted on the play.
Hartnett: Rangers' Vesey May Be Poised For Lift-OffHockey can sometimes be a strange and cruel sport. Just ask the Rangers' Jimmy Vesey.
Suddenly Surging Rangers Top Boston To Win Fifth StraightPavel Buchnevich and Rick Nash also scored for the resurgent Rangers, who improved to 8-7-2 despite losing seven of their first eight games.
Hartnett: Kreider Has Morphed Into A Monster That May Be Here To StayThe real Chris Kreider is standing up and playing the most complete hockey he’s ever played.

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