Eastern Conference Finals
The Rangers don’t like being all even after two games, but they sure are used to it.
For the third straight series, the New York Rangers are basking in the glow of a 1-0 lead earned in the confines of “The World’s Most Famous Arena.”
Perhaps it was an innocent comment. But Devils goalie Martin Brodeur planted the head-hunting seed after Game 1.
After Terry Collins’ pulled David Wright last night, in-order to protect his superstar from getting plunked – we had ourselves a story. It wasn’t all about the Mets though, as Devils goalie Martin Brodeur made some inflammatory remarks too.
In an effort to maintain home-ice advantage, the Devils launched a campaign to keep tickets to the Rock out of the hands of Rangers fans.
Coach John Tortorella’s postgame news conference was so short you might think that just like the rest of the Rangers, he was trying to conserve energy.
Henrik Lundqvist is finally ready to step out of Martin Brodeur’s shadow, and can do so by defeating the Devils on the path to the Stanley Cup Finals.
If the Devils are going to have any chance against the Rangers, they need to do more than find a way to beat Henrik Lundqvist.
Sure, the boroughs are abuzz with hockey fever. But New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur is more concerned with the scene across the Hudson.
The Devils are back in the conference finals, and for the second time in club history their opponent for the Prince of Wales Trophy (and more importantly a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals) will be the rival Rangers.
The ‘Hudson River Rivalry’ resumes on Monday as the Rangers and Devils will begin Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Bryce Salvador is finding his scoring touch as the Devils prepare to face the Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals.
John Tortorella is leaning on rookie Chris Kreider to be a difference maker in Game 7.
Washington is good enough to play for the Eastern Conference Championship. If the Rangers come with anything less than their best effort, that’s just what the Capitals will end up doing.
The Rangers might be getting most of the press in New York, but the team across the Hudson is already in and preparing for the next round.
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