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Hartnett: Under Pressure, Rangers' Girardi Elevating His GameSay what you'd like about Dan Girardi's first half, but it wasn't pretty. But season after season, the veteran defenseman finds a way to raise his performance in the second half and get his game on track before the playoffs.
Lundqvist Shuts Out Penguins In Rangers' 3-0 WinLundqvist made 34 saves for his third shutout of the season as the Rangers won their fourth game in a row, 3-0 against the Penguins.
Hartnett: Rangers' Showdown With Penguins Will Be A True Litmus TestWednesday's clash at Consol Energy Center will be the first of four remaining meetings between the clubs. With eight points up for grabs, the Blueshirts' road to the playoffs could very well go through Pittsburgh.
Hartnett: Miller-Brassard-Fast Line Generating Chemistry, Leading The Way For RangersThe Rangers have gotten back to being a fearsome forechecking team, and it starts with the excelling line of J.T. Miller, Derick Brassard and Jesper Fast.
Rangers On A Roll As They Take Out Devils, 2-1The Rangers have won three straight and are 6-2-0 in their past eight games.
Hartnett: Rangers' Cult Hero Fast Is Playing His Way Into MainstreamBlending hard work and intelligence in all three zones, Jesper Fast has long won admiration from pockets of the Rangers' fan base.
Rangers Steal 3-2 Shootout Win Over Philadelphia FlyersNew York Rangers forced overtime in the final seconds before stealing a 3-2 shootout win over the Philadelphia Flyers.
Hartnett: Rangers' Miller Is No Fluke And Is On His Way To StardomThere comes a point when an NHL youngster figures it out and gives reason to believe he's on his way to great things.
Rangers Pull Off 4-2 Comeback Win Against Wild At MSGDerick Brassard scored early in the third period to help the New York Rangers complete a two-goal comeback.
Hartnett: With Klein Down, Rangers To Force McIlrath Into The SpotlightThe Rangers were dealt a tough blow when shutdown defenseman Kevin Klein fractured his right thumb during Tuesday's defeat to rival Devils.
Rangers' Klein Out Indefinitely With Broken ThumbKlein hurt the thumb in the final minutes of Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Devils when he was checked by Reid Boucher and then fell awkwardly into the boards.

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