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Daniel Carcillo of the New York Rangers argues a third-period penalty in Game 3 against the Philadelphia Flyers on April 22, 2014. The Rangers defeated the Flyers 4-1. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Rangers’ Carcillo Is Now Public Enemy No. 1 In Philadelphia

If there was any remaining doubt over his popularity, Daniel Carcillo fully won over Rangers fans with his Game 3 performance. He’s not the villain anymore. He’s their villain.

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Scott Hartnell #19 of the Philadelphia Flyers checks Marc Staal #18 of the New York Rangers during the second period in Game 2 of the First Round of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Madison Square Garden on April 20, 2014. (Photo by Paul Bereswill/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Rangers Can’t Allow Themselves To Lose Focus Like They Did In Game 2

The Rangers can’t allow themselves to be dragged into playing the Flyers’ brand of hockey.


Rangers winger Daniel Carcillo rips a shot against the Lightning at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 14, 2014. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Hard-Edged Carcillo Quickly Grows On The Skeptical In Rangers Nation

Carcillo began winning Rangers fans over during his Jan. 10 Garden debut against the Dallas Stars. Not only did he register eight crushing hits, he did so without spending a single minute in the penalty box.


Daniel Carcillo (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Rangers Acquire Hard-Hitting Winger Dan Carcillo From Kings

The Rangers acquired tough guy Dan Carcillo from the Kings for a seventh-round pick in the 2014 draft.


Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Isles Try To Snap 6-Game Skid Vs. Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers weren’t doing much with their power-play chances in their first eight games, but they’ve scored at least once with the man advantage in five consecutive wins. That’s more bad news than the reeling New York Islanders need to hear.


Islanders forward Zenon Konopka, right.

Lightweight Isles Lead NHL In Getting Pushed Around

They say the sport of hockey has changed, that fighting and goonery has been shelved in place of more skill, more speed and more fair play. Really? The New York Islanders seem to want to believe all this and have for years built teams as such.

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