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Inconsistent Rangers: Contenders or Pretenders? Plus, Don Cherry Fired!

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NEW YORK, NY – The New York Rangers go from looking like playoff contenders one night to cellar dwellers the next. To wit, they followed up a solid OT win against the Penguins Tuesday night with a 9-3 drubbing at the hands of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Last night’s game was over before some fans […]

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Different Matt: Opening Day Behind Us But Mets and Yanks on 162 Win Pace

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NEW YORK, NY – Thursday was MLB’s Opening Day for most teams and the Yankees and Mets got their seasons off to a winning start. Both teams are on pace for 162 wins, after the Yankees beat up on the Orioles in a matinee in the Bronx and the Mets shut out the Nationals in […]

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Puck Faces: NHL Trade Deadline Moves; Hayes to Hockey Siberia, Agitator Lemieux Jr

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NEW YORK, NY – The NHL  trade deadline came and went on Monday and the New York Hockey Rangers traded the players everyone expected them to trade. We knew trades were imminent when Kevin Hayes and Mats Zuccarello were healthy scratches for Saturday’s matinee against the Devils at the garden. Later that evening we learned […]

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A Different Look: Mo and Moose join Halladay and Edgar in MLB Hall of Fame

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This isn’t to say that no player before deserved an unanimous decision, but rather that the voters have been petulant jackasses for over 80 years.

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Tank is Back on for Rangers; Hot Stove Mets, Yanks, Machado, Bryce

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re over a week into 2019 and the Rangers have lost five games to start the new calendar year. After a promising start to the season in which the Rangers were one of the top teams in the Metropolitan Division and looking like a playoff team. Now they’re near the bottom […]

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NY Rangers Save NHL From Ruin, MLB Final Four Face Off

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re a little more than a week into this NHL season and the New York Rangers finally have their first points of the season. It’s been an ugly start for the Blueshirts, who had three regulation losses  in the points in their first three games before earning an overtime win last […]

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Messier’s Tears Mark End NY Rangers Era for Henrik Lundqvist, Unprecedented Rebuild Begins

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NEW YORK, NY  – It was an eventful NHL trade deadline for the New York Rangers. It was also a departure from their deadline deals of the last few years. For the better part of the last decade, the Blueshirts have been buyers at the deadline, looking for that Glenn Anderson that would push them […]

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Rangers Lose Chris Kreider as Winter Classic Looms to Swedish Babes?

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NEW YORK, NY – When Chris Kreider left the NY Rangers’ Wednesday night’s tilt against the Capitals, there were rumors that he had been traded; possibly for Ottawa All-Star defenseman Erik Karlsson. The Rangers were quick to dispel those rumors saying Kreider was injured. The 26-year old has a blood clot in his arm and he […]

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NHL Report: Penguins Screw Predators, Crosby Wins Cup Again, NY Rangers Jettison Dead Weight

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NEW YORK, NY – The Pittsburgh Penguins are Stanley Cup Champions again, thanks to the refs handing them a game six victory. The Predators had a good goal disallowed because of an early and errant whistle in the second period. The game was knotted at zero until the Penguins scored with a minute left in […]

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NHL Heats Up: Hot Hockey Girls, Rangers Hopeful, Playoffs Preview

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re getting down to it. Its the penultimate weekend of the NHL regular season and there are still a few things to play for. Locally, the New York Hockey Rangers clinched their playoff berth earlier this week. It was a rough West Coast swing for the Blueshirts. After missing eight games […]

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