Kelly Lynch, associate legal counsel for the NHL, said the league has seen shoddy knockoffs that simply fall apart and even errors that could make fans look foolish.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 38 shots to rebound from two subpar performances and help the New York Rangers shut down the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 on Friday night in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals.
The Rangers and Lightning are battling on the ice and for a front office award.
While the Blueshirts possess a good amount of team speed and skill, they do not have the firepower necessary to beat the Lightning skill for skill.
Henrik Lundqvist was being hailed a hero just last week. It’s been a different story lately.
Henrik Lundqvist seems baffled. The Rangers allowed 12 goals in losing their last two playoff games, and one of the NHL’s top goalies is at a loss to explain why. It has to change in Game 4 Friday night.
The Lightning are doing whatever it takes to make Amalie Arena a difficult place for opponents to play.
Sure, Henrik Lundqvist surrendered six goals for the second straight game … but how many were truly his fault?
Oft-criticized quarterback Geno Smith has been named the Jets’ starter (for now) — which is good news for him, at least.
On Wednesday, I posted a general collection of results regarding Americans’ interests in sports. Today, we dig deeper into the NBA, NHL and golf.
After splitting the first two games in New York, the Rangers talked about cleaning up mistakes — but it was more of the same in Game 3.
Nikita Kucherov scored 3:33 into overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 6-5 victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday night in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Craig did his best to raise the spirits of his radio partner/BFF, but Boomer was really down in the dumps, so it wasn’t an easy task.
They will break the Ducks’ hearts, and they will face the Rangers in an epic Stanley Cup Final.
Resilience is key in the NHL playoffs. The Lightning showed it in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals, and now it’s the Rangers’ turn to respond yet again.
The Rangers beat the Montreal Canadiens in six games and won the NHL Eastern Conference championship for the first time since 1994, on Thursday, May 29, 2014.