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Dan Carcillo may not be anyone's notion of a prototypical Ranger and he may not fit the definition of a savior as, say, Bobby Sheehan did against the Flyers when summoned and inserted into the lineup following an opening overtime defeat in the 1979 Cup quarterfinals to spark the Blueshirts to four consecutive victories and a five-game series ... (more)
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Seconds after leaving the penalty box, Daniel Carcillo scored a goal, whacked the glass with his stick and taunted the fans.
New York Rangers centre Derek Stepan celebrates with left wing Rick Nash , right wing Martin St. Louis, and defenceman Marc Staal after scoring a goal against the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, April 22, 2014.
The New York Rangers got off to a hot start in Game 2 by scoring two goals on their first four shots, but some defensive lapses and poor play led to four unanswered goals by the Philadelphia Flyers.
The Rangers blew an early two-goal lead and, in doing so, the chance to take a two-game lead in their Eastern Conference first-round series against the Flyers.
"I got the puck right now," the Columbus Blue Jackets winger said Saturday night.
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Steve Mason still isn't feeling well enough to play, so Ray Emery will be back in the net for the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 2 against the New York Rangers.
For much of last postseason, Brad Richards was either booed or benched. His complicated relationship with former coach John Tortorella became part of the conversation even on nights when the former Conn Smythe winner watched games in a suit.
It doesn't matter if these longtime rivals are in the Patrick, Atlantic, or newly formed Metropolitan Division, when the The Rangers come into the latest best-of-seven, first-round playoff series with a bit of an edge, having secured home-ice advantage by finishing second in the Metropolitan - two points ahead of the third-place Flyers.
One Rangers diehard has sacrificed his appearance in an effort to support the team in its quest for the Cup.
Rick Nash is a heck of a hockey player, but a lousy haircut. Hours before the Blueshirts opened up the first round of the NHL playoffs against the hated Flyers at the Garden Thursday, the Blueshirts held a "What would you do for #NYRPlayoffs tickets?" event.
You've heard of an NHL playoff beard. But how about an NHL playoff haircut with a realistic depiction of a player? Now you have: The Rangers' Twitter feed posted the photo you see above in which a very, very die-hard Blueshirts fan got Rick Nash's face cut into his hair for playoff tickets .