After an in-depth breakdown of Game 7 between the Rangers and Lightning, Ron and Boomer compete in a hockey-themed spelling bee.
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It’s the morning of yet another Game 7 for the Rangers, and Boomer is banged-up but ready.
The Stanley Cup Final will open on Wednesday with Game 1 in New York, Tampa or Anaheim.
It’s one game for a trip to the Stanley Cup Final and the chance to play for hockey’s biggest prize.
If you haven’t tuned into the hockey playoffs yet, you should probably get on that.
We’re not talking about chess here, folks. Ben Bishop and Henrik Lundqvist will square off Friday night, with the hope of sending their team to the 2015 Stanley Cup Final.
Six games into the Eastern Conference finals, the Rangers and Lightning have taught hockey fans to expect the unexpected.
Momentum may look like it favors the Rangers after a huge Game 6 victory in Tampa, but it is a fickle ally. The game plan is what favors New York in Friday’s series-deciding matchup.
Need a big-game performance? Better call Brass, who has ignited the Rangers’ top line.
Henrik Lundqvist had lots of help in another season-saving performance for the Rangers, this time on the road against the Lightning.
It’s always an adventure when Boomer and Craig venture to the phones to hear from their throng of loyal listeners
Despite a convincing 7-3 win by his beloved Blueshirts in a win-or-go-home Game 6 in Tampa, Boomer was not about to do any celebrating.
It would be a disservice to the New York Rangers and fellow fans of the Blueshirts to listen to the rumbling in my gut that tells me my favorite hockey team has exhausted its nine lives.
After a slow start to the playoffs, the high-scoring team captain helped the speedy Lightning push the New York Rangers to the brink of elimination from the Eastern Conference finals.
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.