Tag: New York Rangers

Painkillers, Cespedes, Bruins at Rangers Means $$$

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SHOHOLA, PA – Here I lay, prone from a trip to the Bronx Zoo after a great deal of walking on an already balky back and legs. Muscle relaxers are doing just enough to keep the pain at bay and my faculties organized for today’s post. As Angry Ward alluded, February is a horrible sports […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: New York Rangers Delicate Transfer of Power from The King to The Czar

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BROADWAY, NYC – The end is near for Good King Henrik, as the NY Rangers are pulling the plug on the unsustainable three-goalie rotation. As Axl Rose once said about threesomes, “usually someone gets pissed off.” Well, here were are. The team is switching gears and turning full time to The Czar, Igor Shesterkin. With one […]

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Pucks Heads, NHL Trade Rumors, Playoff Picture

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NEW YORK, NY  – We are less than two weeks away from the NHL trade deadline, and some curious scenarios are there for consideration on the NHL landscape. Let’s look at the team in town. The New York Rangers find themselves nine points behind the Philadelphia Flyers for the second Wild Card slot in the […]

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The King & I : Rangers Call Up King’s Successor Igor Shesterkin

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NEW YORK, NY – The Rangers made the decision to call up Igor Shesterkin (Shestyorkin, until recently), their Russian net-minding phenom and heir-apparent to The King’s throne. Igor started his #NYR career with two wins, which is as good a start as one could hope for. Things got off to a shaky start in Shesterkin’s […]

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Clairvoyant Matt: Bold Sports Predictions for Giants, Mets, Knicks, Rangers, Celeb Pundits

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WEST BROOKLYN, NJ – A very Happy New Year to you my friends! As the days between the years come to an end we all slide into an uncertain future. What will tomorrow bring? What will the coming year bring? Where will we be in ten years? Well, fear not I have seen the future […]

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Hey Puck Heads: Are The Rangers Contenders? Plus, Athlete of the Decade

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NEW YORK, NY  – Rangers win, Rangers lose. That’s pretty much been the pattern for the entire season so far. The Blueshirts lost to the Maple Leafs a week ago, then beat the Ducks before losing to the Philadelphia Flyers in their last game before Christmas. Then the Rangers came out of the break by […]

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Winter Wardlock Wednesday: Jets Fans, James Dolan, and Other Christmas “Specials”

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BRONX, NY – Christmas is only a week away, and I’ve got plenty to do. Still a few gifts to pick up, but not many, still a few of my favorite holiday movies to watch, like The Man Who Came to Dinner and The Shop Around the Corner, and still gotta square away the roast beast […]

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Sports in 2023: $$$Sickening MLB Contracts Vs Beer Money, Fan Attendance

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NEW YORK, NY – Four years from now, in a town about 35 miles beyond the Yankee Stadium Affordable Zone, the following conversation will likely be held between MeetTheMatts.com alumni/current staff, looking back on the $$$Sickening MLB Contracts signed way back in 2019: Junoir Blaber: [Half-paying attention while typing on very old Blackberry] Hey man, […]

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Puck Stop: NY Rangers Ride The NHL Roller Coaster

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NEW YORK, NY – The New York Rangers started their yearly West Coast swing last Sunday in Las Vegas with a 5-0 win. They followed that up with a bad loss to a hapless Los Angeles Kings team. Such is life for this Rangers vintage. They crush the solid Golden Knights, who are is currently […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Terrible Dad Jokes, Some Gerrit Cole In your Stocking

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STAMFORD, CT – My twin daughters turn 3 today! Thank you very much. Everyone says it goes by fast, but if you ask me it’s been a grind. But like my hockey league teammates with tell you, grinding is what I do. So it’s all good. But one thing that has not survived intact is […]

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