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39 min ago | Sabre Noise
The Buffalo Sabres return to the ice tonight for the first time in five days, taking on a 14-14-0 New York Rangers squad, with a newly signed Henrik Lundqvist ready to go.
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3 hrs ago | CBC News
First as a scrappy journeyman who clawed his way to an 18-year pro career, and now as the first-year head coach of a talented but frustrating Edmonton team, Dallas Eakins has never gone down without a fight, writes Mike Brophy.
7 hrs ago | Causeway Crowd
Nov 29, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron high fives his teammates after defeating the New York Rangers at TD Banknorth Garden.
12 hrs ago | Mile High Hockey
The Avalanche look to capitalize on a visit to Edmonton on Thursday night in the opener of a potentially taxing three-game trip through Western Canada.
The Rangers' attempt to save some money on their most important player next year, the year after that, the year after that and the three or four years after that, was costing them right now, and don't allow anyone to convince you otherwise.
In the end, the New York Rangers thought that paying Henrik Lundqvist, in all likelihood, too much money for too many years was better than paying him no money at all.
The Ryan Miller saga will continue on a little longer in Buffalo apparently. There's been a lot of talk about the Buffalo Sabres goal of getting rid of Ryan Miller at the trade deadline to give Jhonas Enroth and Matt Hackett a chance through the rebuild, but if you talk to Ted Nolan that isn't the plan.
With the Rangers giving Henrik Lundqvist a contract extension on Wednesday, of course the conversation turns to Ryan Miller.
A wintry storm pushing through the western half of the country is bringing bitterly cold temperatures that prompted safety warnings for residents in the Rockies and threatened crops as far south as California.
Olli Jokinen #12 of the Winnipeg Jets celebrates his game winning goal at 12:42 of the third period against the New York Rangers and is joined by Devin Setoguchi #40 and Chris Thorburn #22 at Madison Square Garden on December 2, 2013 in New York City.
If a controversy is, indeed, a discussion marked by the expression of differing views, then, yeah, the Rangers had a goalie controversy.
While publicly supporting coach Alain Vigneault's decision to start Cam Talbot for a second straight game Monday against the Jets, franchise goalie Henrik Lundqvist said his game needs to improve.
With 27 games down and 55 still to come, the Bruins are virtually one-third of the way through Rask has scraped the blue paint for 22 of those 27 outings and, for the most part, turned in sparkling stats en route to a 1.90 goals-against average and .935 save percentage.
Henrik Lundqvist isn't the only prominent Ranger in the final year of his contract.
Except for a few big names, many of the elite netminders are having off seasons or are sidelined due to injury.