In honor of the Rangers’ dramatic Game 7 overtime victory on Wednesday night, here are the seven best Game 7s in franchise history.
New York has had its share of great calls. But some are immortal. Let’s fire up the flux capacitor and dial back the calendar to May 27, 1994.
Lundqvist would probably trade in all of his endorsement deals, give away closets full of designer suits and hand over the keys to his Maserati in an instant if it meant he could take one sip from Lord Stanley’s Cup.
18-year-old Stefan Matteau unexpectedly made the Devils’ opening night roster. Now, he’s ready to make his mark with the Devils.
The New Jersey Devils have signed first-round draft pick Stefan Matteau to an entry-level contract, the team announced on Tuesday.
Stephane Matteau’s son will soon play for the Devils. He appears to be the kind of prospect that will have a chance to advance up the ranks quickly.
The selection of Stefan Matteau with the No. 29 pick on Friday night in Pittsburgh came a little more than a week after the Devils lost to the Los Angeles Kings in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals.
The New Jersey Devils are in the Stanley Cup Finals for the fifth time in team history, and they will attempt to capture their fourth championship as their series with the Los Angeles Kings begins on Wednesday night at Prudential Center.
The 2012 Stanley Cup Finals might be the final hurrah in Martin Brodeur’s glorious career.
The ‘Hudson River Rivalry’ resumes on Monday as the Rangers and Devils will begin Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Rangers advanced in a thrilling Game 7 and will face the Devils in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Matteau! joined Boomer & Craig in the Allstate Studio to relive some of the magic of ’94 and handicap the Rangers’ chances this time around.
The Rangers won Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals as they defeated the Capitals 3-1.
Mark Messier, Brian Leetch, Adam Graves and Stephane Matteau were among the former Rangers who returned for this reunion, also having won the franchise’s last Stanley Cup in 1994.