Stanley Cup Finals
Henrik Lundqvist made 40 saves and Benoit Pouliot and Martin St. Louis each scored as the Rangers managed to keep the Los Angeles Kings at bay in a 2-1 victory in Game 4 on Wednesday night.
While the Kings are trying to close out the series, New York’s focus is strictly on moving past disappointment and getting back to LA for Game 5.
After a forgettable performance last week, so bad in fact we didn’t even deem it worthy to post on the website, Al Dukes was back at it again Wednesday.
With the Rangers and their fans holding on to the slightest glimmer of hope, Al Dukes booked hockey analyst extraordinaire Pierre McGuire to join Boomer and Craig.
Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals at Madison Square Garden set StubHub sales records. Game 4? Now that’s a different story.
Harvey, of course, did a memorable skit on Fallon’s show before starting the 2013 National League All-Star Game. The pitcher and the comedian had some fun during the contest, taking shots at each other on social media.
Look no further than alternate captain Brad Richards as the main reason why the Rangers’ power play has fizzled. His overall game has disintegrated during the finals.
The last thing the Rangers needed to do was help the Kings score. New York did so on all three goals in Monday night’s Stanley Cup finals game at MSG.
Jonathan Quick looked right at home on the road inside MSG. One more night like this, and the Connecticut native will be able to skate with the Cup under the bright lights of Broadway.
The guys all talked about what went wrong for the Rangers in Game 3, as well as the first two games in Los Angeles.
Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings are finishing off the New York Rangers in a big hurry.
Who says New York isn’t a hockey town? The Rangers’ first home game of the Cup finals has been a record-setting monster, StubHub says.
Game 1 goat Dan Girardi knows the Rangers can’t think about the past if they hope to raise the Cup in the near future. The best way to move on would be with a win Saturday.
The coach had formed a few impressions after Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals, and they made him even more wary of the Los Angeles Kings.
It’s one thing to get by the Flyers, Penguins and Canadiens without consistent contributions from No. 61. The Kings are a different kind of animal, as we saw in Game 1.