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Puck Heads: Different Matt Talks NHL, Streaky NY Rangers

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NEW YORK, NY – The NY Rangers went into Tuesday night’s game against the Florida Panthers looking for their fifth straight win and their ninth straight win at home. But when it was all said and done, the “Fire AV” squad were out in full force. It was a game that displayed the best and […]

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Hockey Pucks, Don Rickles, Brad Marchand, NHL Playoffs, Women’s Ice Hockey

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MARLBORO, NY – This week we lost one of comedy’s most colorful characters in Don Rickles. You knew you were an entertainment icon if this guy roasted you with unparalleled insults. I remember some of these roasts and his many appearances on all the late-night talk shows but affectionately recall watching him in the short-lived […]

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Thoughts on Sunday’s Big Game, Cheerleaders, Yanks, Mets, Rangers

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s a spectacle every year and this year will be no different. The Big Game is here. I’m talking, of course, about the Rangers’ game against the Calgary Flames at the Garden this Sunday. The Rangers are coming off of a rough stretch of games. After getting busted up by the […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Super Bowl Prop Bets, Knicks Defense, NHL Rangers Outlook

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WHITE PLAINS, NY – I expected Trump to make America great again, but not this fast. I intentionally lost a game of Scrabble today, just because I’m so tired of winning already. Speaking of too much winning, if you’re like me, you’d rather eat a roadkill sandwich with vegenaise than watch the Pats win another […]

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MLB Trade Deadline, NHL Moves, Yanks – Mets Deal, and Roger Clinton?!

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BRONX, NY – There’s a lot going in under the MTM Sports Wagon hood… We’ve got the MLB Trade Deadline, a potential Mets/Yanks deal, Roger Clinton rumors and NHL moves. Let’s get to it. We’re three days away from the MLB trade deadline and the New York Yankees, whom have already made one big trade, […]

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Rangers Stumbling: Is Alain Vigneault The Reason?

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RALEIGH, NC – With just over a week to go in the NHL season, the Rangers are healthy and should be fine-tuning their play to make another deep playoff push. But last night’s capitulation in North Carolina shows how weak the underbelly of this team is. New York has not responded well in these gut-check […]

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NHL Playoffs, NHL Trade Deadline, Rangers Chatter

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NEW YORK, NY – Now that I’m back from my work trip to the modern adult playground in the ancient desert that is Dubai, I can get back to focusing on hockey. And it looks like I came home just in time. Dubai was fun but I’m happy to be home following hockey. The Rangers approach […]

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Lundqvist, Rangers Face Thunderous Lightning

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New York, NY – What a week for the Rangers! They had to win three straight games to squeeze past the Caps. They cleared the final hurdle Wednesday night on Derek Stepan’s overtime winner. The goal sent the Garden and the city into raptures and the Rangers into the Eastern Conference Final for a meeting […]

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Stumblin Bumblin Rangers Not Playing Like All-Stars

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NEW YORK, NY – After storming into the All-Star break riding a three-game winning streak, the Rangers have stumbled out of the blocks in the second half of the season. The Blueshirts lost handily to Tall Matt’s Islanders at The Mausoleum on Tuesday and last night capitulated feebly to Les Habitants de Montreal. The Rangers […]

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NY Rangers: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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Madison Square Garden, NY – It was the best of games, it was the worst of games. I’m talking of course about the Rangers’ tilt against the Minnesota Wild on Monday night. It was a game that showed a bit of everything that is good, bad, and ugly with hockey. Goals galore in the second and […]

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