Brandon Prust

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Silverman: Rangers, Devils Need To Keep It Clean

There are indications that as New York and New Jersey move to this critical fourth game, the emphasis could change from winning on the scoreboard to winning in the alley.


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Tortorella Blasts Devils For Questionable Hits, Flops; Rangers’ Prust Banned For Game 4

John Tortorella doesn’t say much to the media. But when he does, the Rangers’ fiery head coach makes it count.


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Rangers’ Prust Elbows Devils’ Volchenkov In Head

Brandon Prust could be facing punishment for an elbow to the back of the head of Devils defenseman Anton Volchenkov.


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Hartnett: Rangers Creating New Playoff Identity

The Rangers skated with a point to prove in their playoff opener against the Senators — and began forging a new postseason identity.


Devils' head coach Peter DeBoer and Rangers' head coach John Tortorella (Photos by Andy Marlin Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Tortorella-DeBoer Feud Heating Up

The feud between Rangers’ head coach John Tortorella and Devils’ head coach Peter DeBoer has reached new heights. The two have engaged in a war of words through the media.


Ryan McDonagh #27 of the New York Rangers congratulates Henrik Lundqvist #30 of the New York Rangers. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Monzo: Rangers Clinch Playoff Birth With Win Over Devils

For the second year in a row, a Rangers win over Devils has turned out to be the win to get the Rangers into the NHL postseason.



Gaborik Reaches 30 Goals Yet Again, Rangers Keep It On Cruise Control

New York won its third straight despite playing without captain Ryan Callahan, who missed the game because of a bruised right foot.


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Monzo Minor: Get Ready For An Epic Rangers-Bruins Part 2

Call me crazy, but for once I am expecting the Rangers to go into a game and kick the living heck out of their opponent.


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Hartnett: Rangers’ Callahan Deserves National Recognition

Ryan Callahan has always been praised for the defensive side of his game but his offensive attributes have often been overlooked. That might change this season as he’s on pace for 33 goals.


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Hartnett: Rangers, Richards Defined By Their Unity

The Rangers’ unified spirit has pulled them through tough stretches and setbacks. Inside their locker room, a group of players genuinely pull for one another.


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Monzo Minor: Rangers Need To Set Tone Early Against Angry Flyers

The Rangers will head into Sunday’s divisional battle with the Flyers in first place in the Atlantic Division — and more importantly, first in the Eastern Conference.


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Monzo Minor: Rangers Look Lost Heading To Boston

The Rangers look lost for the first time this season. Brian Monzo gives his game plan on what the Rangers need to do to bounce back and win on Saturday in Boston.


Ryan Callahan of the New York Rangers fights for the puck against Kimmo Timonen of the Philadelphia Flyers during the 2012 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic at Citizens Bank Park on January 2, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Rangers Separating Themselves From Rival Flyers

The 2012 Winter Classic showed a national audience what New York Rangers fans have known all along, that they’re superior to the rival Philadelphia Flyers.


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Monzo Minor: Rangers Let Two Points Slip Away

Brad Richards watched his new team battle his old team — and they battled, battled, battled and then battled some more.


Marian Gaborik of the New York Rangers celebrates a second period goal with teammates Steve Eminger and Artem Anisimov during the game against the Florida Panthers at Madison Square Garden on December 11, 2011.  (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Rangers Punish Panthers, 6-1

The Rangers cruised to a 6-1 victory over the Florida Panthers at the Garden on Sunday night. The Blueshirts’ four-goal second period made it impossible for Florida to come back.