Eastern Conference Finals
When the puck drops in Game 5, the Rangers need to be the dominant team. They haven’t done it all series. It’s time for the entire squad to step up.
A Rangers fan says she was attacked, spit on and hit by Devils fans on Saturday in the aftermath of the Blue Shirts’ Game 3 win at the Prudential Center. However, not everyone believes her story.
The New Jersey Devils are making a lineup change for Game 4 of their Eastern Conference finals against the New York Rangers.
Zach Parise is uncharacteristically underperforming during the Eastern Conference finals and knows he must raise his game.
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.
John Tortorella doesn’t say much to the media. But when he does, the Rangers’ fiery head coach makes it count.
The young Rangers have proven that poise and composure is equally important as ten years of playoff experience.
Stu Bickel continues to see limited ice time and repeatedly makes costly turnovers. Why not give talented 21-year-old Tim Erixon a chance?
So much for “No Blue.” The much-discussed page on the Devils’ official website went viral this week — and now it’s nowhere to be seen.
The Eastern Conference Finals between the Devils and rival Rangers are turning out to be exactly what everyone thought. Hard hitting. Tight checking. Low scoring.
With the Devils and Rangers Eastern Conference Finals Series knotted at one game apiece, Boomer & Craig ‘welcomed’ a member of the enemy to the program when Devils’ rookie Adam Henrique called-in just after 9 am.
The Devils beat the Rangers at their own game in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals by out-working them in several key areas.
Marion Gaborik may turn out to be the key figure in the next game. He has been called out by his coach before and while he may not like it, he usually responds. He has been resilient and that’s certainly the signature of this team.
New York Rangers coach John Tortorella has little patience for mistakes and a big one by leading scorer Marian Gaborik on the New Jersey Devils’ tying goal got him an extended stay on the bench in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Brodeur, a lifelong Devil, likes the cross-river rival Rangers about as much as you’d expect. This weekend we also learned he isn’t a big fan of New York City. But wait, there’s more.