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New York Rangers forward Mika Zibanejad (93) reacts with teammates after scoring the winning goal against Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price (31) during the overtime period in game five of the first round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Bell Centre.
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2017 NHL Playoffs: New York Rangers On Verge Of Advancing

In a physical back and forth affair, the New York Rangers prevailed on a late overtime goal by forward Mika Zibanejad. They now head back to Madison Square Garden with a chance to close out the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night. The first 40 minutes weren't pretty, with the Rangers allowing the Canadiens to take it to them in nearly every aspect of the game. From hits to shots on
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2017 NHL Playoffs: New York Rangers Even Series With Rare Win At MSG

The New York Rangers entered Tuesday's Game 4 with the Montreal Canadiens in an all too familiar position. One that saw them blow a lead late in Game 2, followed by a lackluster performance in front of a sold-out Madison Square Garden crowd on Easter Sunday. Those losses made this game pivotal. Win and you head back to the Bell Centre all knotted up. Lose and you're in a hole
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NHL: Three Teams Who Are Worse Than Their Records Indicate

Hockey is a stressful game. Each game can change in a heartbeat, as can each team’s season. So when your favorite team strings together a few wins to start the year, you may catch yourself breathing a sigh of relief: there’s a little cushion, a little breathing room. Maybe this team can stay one step ahead and make this season a little easier on all of our hearts. We’re here
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New York Rangers: What Lies Ahead For Cam Talbot?

The New York Rangers are in prime position to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals for a second consecutive year. A lot of their success can be credited to Cam Talbot, who has filled in admirably for the injured Henrik Lundqvist. However, with King Henrik set to return to action the question of what to do with Talbot has become a hot topic amongst the NHL faithful. Since the injury
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Anthony Duclair: New York’s Newest Superstar

[caption id="attachment_32932" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (October 26, 2014 - Source: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Fans outside of New York aren’t even aware of his existence, However, it might be time to take notice of New York Rangers forward, Anthony Duclair, who is ready to breakout in a big way. Duclair, 19, wasn’t even on the team’s radar going into the season. A third round pick (80th overall) in the 2013
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New York Rangers: Lundqvist, Rangers lose third straight in mistake-filled game

[caption id="attachment_32096" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (October 13, 2014 - Source: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images North America)[/caption] The New York Rangers started off slow last season, struggling to find consistency at the beginning of the season. This year is an all too familiar story. The Rangers were blown out by the New York Islanders 6-3 on Tuesday night, extending the team's losing streak to three games. Goalie Henrik Lundqvist allowed six goals for
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2014 NHL Stanley Cup East Finals Recap : Martin St. Louis and Henrik Lundqvist Fuel Rangers Rout Of Habs, Up 1-0

[caption id="attachment_26830" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Bruce Bennett/Getty Images North America)[/caption] MONTREAL – Inspired by Quebec-born winger Martin St. Louis, the New York Rangers unleashed a formidable barrage north of the border. St. Louis, whose mother, France, passed away during their series against the top-seed Pittsburgh Penguins, will attend her funeral with his Ranger teammates, sparked New York to a 7-2 rout of the Montreal Canadiens. That in addition to Henrik Lundqvist’s
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Pittsburgh Penguins : Five Reasons the Pens Flopped Against the Bruins

For the first time in history, the final teams remaining in the Stanley Cup Playoffs just so happened to be the previous four champions. Unfortunately for the Pittsburgh Penguins, they have been sent home early, and then there were three. As difficult and gut-wrenching it was for the fans to watch, the Penguins were surprisingly swept in the Eastern Conference Finals by the hands of the Boston Bruins. Hard to
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2013 NHL Playoffs : Penguins, Bruins Get Set in Last Man Standing Match in the East

While both rounds of the Western Conference Semi-Finals went to a Game 7, the participants for the Eastern Conference Finals have been sitting pretty and waiting for Saturday night. There are two key stories that revolve around this upcoming series between the (No. 1) Pittsburgh Penguins and the (No. 4) Boston Bruins. First and foremost, the Penguins will be playing against the team that thought they had won the “Jarome