The Player on Each 2014 NHL Playoff Team with the Most Postseason Experience
In the Stanley Cup playoffs, experience matters. It's a grueling schedule where players compete at maximum intensity every other night for up to two months, often playing through injuries and extreme fatigue.
Rangers' fourth line has been getting the job done
Lest you forget what a lack of depth looks like, the five Rangers on the ice for the series-winning goal for Boston last spring were: Roman Hamrlik, Steve Eminger, Micheal Haley, Kris Newbury and Derek Dorsett, who was just back from a broken collarbone.
Stephane Quintal replaces Brendan Shanahan as NHL disciplinarian
The National Hockey League on Friday announced that Stephane Quintal will head its Department of Player Safety, effective immediately and through to the end of the playoffs.
New York secured second place in the Metropolitan Division when the Philadelphia Flyers lost at Tampa Bay later Thursday.
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New York Rangers at Minnesota Wild: The Bad Guys
The Minnesota Wild enter tonight's game with a record of 34-22-9 for 77 points and fourth in the Central Division.