The physical price paid by the Rangers to win Game 3 was there for all to see: Dan Girardi and Brian Boyle’s jerseys were covered in blood stains.
Chris Kreider has fit immediately into the demands of the NHL playoffs and is turning heads around the NHL.
The goal for the Rangers is to be playing through mid-June. That would not have been possible without last night’s 7th game survival exercise against Ottawa. Now that the first round is in the past, at least some of the weight has been lifted.
It took a full seven games, but the New York Rangers will not be the second #1 seed to lose in the opening round of the NHL playoffs.
Neil Keefe is joined by Brian Monzo to talk about the Rangers’ Game 6 win over the Senators and what to expect in Game 7 on Thursday night.
The Rangers have character. And when the Blueshirts face-off against the Senators, they’ll need to show it. With the Garden rocking, I would expect nothing less.
Sean Hartnett shares his fearless Eastern Conference opening round predictions and wasn’t afraid to pick a few first round upsets.
With their win over the Flyers last night, the Rangers have clinched the first seed in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 1993-1994, and these are the five reasons why the Rangers achieved that goal.
Up one point, the Rangers need to win tonight — and while not as vital, a little help from the rival Islanders would be nice.
The Rangers have clinched a playoff berth but aren’t taking their eye off the goal of finishing first overall in the Eastern Conference.
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.
Semyon Varlamov stopped the Rangers cold with 41-save effort as New York lost to Colorado 3-1.
Rangers extended their Eastern Conference lead to 10 over the Bruins. New York held onto a 4-3 victory over their rivals on Sunday.
For years, the Knicks and Rangers were viewed as failing franchises, embarrassments to their former glories. Now MSG is the place to be.
Neil Keefe is joined by Brian Monzo to talk about the first-place Rangers, the possibility of Rick Nash in New York and the Foo Fighters at the Grammy’s.