Tag: Ryan Callahan

Big Ben Tuesday: NHL Regular Season Wrap, NY Rangers Bright Future

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New York, NY: If you’re looking to read about the Mets’ behaving like a functional baseball team or the Yankees’ power surge, hit the bricks. We’re sticking with hockey. The playoffs are about to start and nothing beats playoff hockey. The regular season was outstanding and several high powered teams are gearing up for battle. […]

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Sather has Rangers Reeling, Real Hockey Fans and Canada Day

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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NY – Sure, it’s a little strange that Glen Sather gets in a headline two days in row here, especially with the startling news out of Flushing that the *Mets scored a run! But, here we are into July  – which means we are into NHL free agency. Unlike years past, our […]

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Stanley Cup Finals, Jenner’s lost Olympic Moments

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TAMPA BAY, FL – Although it is painful to write about this, someone has to do it. While most of the Rangers are teeing up like the rest of the losers of the NHL, a few of last year’s teammates are battling it out for the coveted Stanley Cup. Brad Richards  appears to have some gas left […]

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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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Dog Days for NFC Least ; Ryan Callahan Returns, Why Philly Sucks, NFL Predictions

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UPTOPIA OF THE MIND – It would be too easy to rile up the Giants faithful  with yet another edition of the Tom Coughlin and Eli Gump Manning Priceless Facial Expression Show. When the target has too many bullseyes,  you move on. So today, my target is Philadelphia, Philly Fans, the Eagles, Flyers and anything really. I’ll […]

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Rambling and Rumblings on Rangers, Mets, NHL Free Agency… and Melo

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TAMPA BAY, FL – Some poor shmuck in Edmonton is about to lose his job and that shmuck’s name is Oilers General Manager Craig MacTavish. Why? Well, for those of you on vacation and the other two gazillion people who just don’t care about hockey, NHL free agency began this past week and saw Benoit […]

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Rangers Playoffs Picture Taking Shape: Great Gazoo Marty St Louis to Rescue?

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1 PENN PLAZA, NYC – The NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs are right around the corner and the Rangers Playoffs Picture (we’re leaving the possessive “s” off for SEO purposes) is taking shape. The Bruins, Penguins, Habs and Lightning have all clinched playoff berths in the East. The Rangers are holding onto second place in the Metro Division, playing […]

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New York Hockey Fans: What Happened Your Rangers?

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NEW YORK, NY – There’s something wrong with my New York Rangers. Sure, they’re winning games and in good position to make a deep playoff push. But there’s something amiss. This isn’t the Rangers team of my youth. I’ll always support the team no matter what but this isn’t the Rangers team I grew to […]

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NHL Deadline Mayhem: Rangers Trade Callahan for St. Louis

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DELINE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES – Trade deadline day came and went in the NHL on Wednesday. Some players we thought would move stayed put and some players we thought would stay put, were shipped to far-away locales. It was an interesting and somewhat surprising day. The big news at The Garden was the trade that sent […]

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Home Groan: Rangers Can’t Win at Garden

Madison Square Garden – The New York Hockey Rangers are in the middle of a long and nightmarish home stand. Usually, home-cooking would mean the Blueshirts would have a good chance of winning a lot of games before Christmas. But the Broadway Blues can’t score and they’ve been shipping upwards of four goals per game […]

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