The hot and muggy conditions in Boston are wreaking havoc on the TD Garden once again, bringing back memories of a few other Stanley Cup Final games that were played in less-than-perfect conditions thanks to the temperature outside.
Brad Richards is without a role and will soon be bought out by the Rangers because of a shrinking salary cap and long offseason checklist for GM Glen Sather.
With each passing year, Henrik Lundqvist’s window to win an elusive Stanley Cup shrinks.
Brian Boyle and the Rangers are in a confident mood ahead of Game 5 at TD Garden.
No team has ever come back from 0-2 deficits in back-to-back series in NHL history. If there’s ever a team that might do it, it’s Tortorella’s prideful Rangers.
The Rangers played like a group of brainless zombies Thursday night, only lacking a lust for flesh — or in their case a lust for goals.
“I made reference to our guys, you need to stay out of the papers and just concentrate on playing,” Woodson said. “That’s not important. What you’re wearing doesn’t have anything to do with how you play on the basketball floor.”
The Celtics are hoping the home crowd can turn the tide in their series against the Knicks.
The NHL says Monday night’s game between the Ottawa Senators and Boston Bruins at TD Garden has been postponed in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Rick Nash’s ability to provide highlight-reel moments could soon make him the toast of New York.
Nash fits the “Tortorella mold.” He’s a straight-ahead kind of guy and has been itching for an opportunity to play for a winner.
The Rangers will have to cut down on mistakes and get the power play firing if they are to defeat the Bruins on Saturday.
After taking all factors into account, it’s clear to me that Aaron Rome’s 4-game suspension for his season-ending hit on Nathan Horton was not only well-deserved, it was an absolute necessity.
The Boston fans needed just 45 minutes to pronounce their verdict on the NBA’s alleged new superteam: “Over-rated!”