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.
Rangers extended their Eastern Conference lead to 10 over the Bruins. New York held onto a 4-3 victory over their rivals on Sunday.
The Rangers certainly had interest in top forward Rick Nash, they just weren’t going to break up a successful team to pry him away from the Blue Jackets.
The Rangers will be the number one target for Eastern Conference rivals leading up to the playoffs. Trade rumors and adversity have only strengthened the Blueshirts’ togetherness.
Last week we talked about how tough these four games were going to be against the Flyers, Capitals, Bruins and Blackhawks.
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.
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.
The Rangers will have to cut down on mistakes and get the power play firing if they are to defeat the Bruins on Saturday.
Martin Biron blanked the Maple Leafs, as the Rangers won 3-0. The Blueshirts are the first NHL team to reach 60 points this season.
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.
When the final horn sounded, it would seem fans, viewers and everyone in between were left with one heck of an afternoon.
Mike Rupp scored two goals and Brad Richards posted the winner on top of a chilly baseball field, as the New York Rangers outlasted the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-2, in the Winter Classic on Monday at Citizens Bank Park.
The fierce, long-standing rivalry between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers could reach new heights at the 2012 NHL Winter Classic at Citizens Bank Park.
Neil Keefe watched the second episode of Rangers-Flyers 24-7 and wrote down thoughts on his favorite moments, as he does following every episode of the four-part series. In Part 2 of his 24/7 Thoughts, he shares his take on Henrik Lundqvist, John Tortorella, Jaromir Jagr and Mike Rupp.
You hear about Marian Gaborik, Brad Richards and Ryan Callahan, but it is Lundqvist that continues to be the Rangers’ best player.