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Don’t Overreact to the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Quick Exit

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Don’t Overreact to the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Quick Exit

By: Ryan Kiray (@RyanK_THG) The Montreal Canadiens recently completed a four game drubbing of the Tampa Bay Lightning, ending their first round playoff series without a loss to show. The Canadiens’ performance thus far has been impressive, and enough to inspire confidence in the team this season and beyond. For the Lightning, on the other […]

Vancouver & Tampa Bay: A Tale of Two Trade Requests

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Vancouver & Tampa Bay: A Tale of Two Trade Requests

By: Ryan Kiray (@RyanK_THG) It begins with a superstar. An elite talent, beloved by his fans, one of the best to ever don his team’s jersey. The superstar enthralls, inspires, and endures. Times passes, and the superstar begins to age. He is still great, to be sure, but he begins to yield ground to his […]

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NHL Trade Deadline: Who’s on the Move?

By Pat White (@patwhite9126) There may not be a more interesting time during the course of a hockey season, postseason aside, than the weeks leading up to the NHL Trade Deadline. It gives members of the media and fans an opportunity to put on their GM hats and play General Manager for a couple of […]

NHL Trade Rumor Update: Tampa Bay Lighting Not Looking to Deal Martin St. Louis

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NHL Trade Rumor Update: Tampa Bay Lighting Not Looking to Deal Martin St. Louis

By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tull0) The word “imminent” around the National Hockey League has begun to take on a new meaning, especially in New York City where we have heard for months now that a trade involving Rangers captain Ryan Callahan could take place at any moment. It left many New York fans wondering what to […]

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Trade rumors: Changes looming for Martin Brodeur, Ryan Callahan?

Tri-state Trade Buzz Since giving up six goals to the New York Rangers on Sunday, Martin Brodeur is realizing that after 20 years as the New Jersey Devils netminder, things are actually about to change. In their two contests since the disappointing loss in the Bronx, it’s been Cory Schneider suiting up for the Devils […]

It Is Time for New York Rangers’ Glen Sather To Make Some Moves

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It Is Time for New York Rangers’ Glen Sather To Make Some Moves

By: Tom Urtz Jr. (@TomUrtzJr) The New York Rangers have been a Jekyll and Hyde team throughout the 2013-14 tilt, and the players felt the need to hold another players only meeting after an embarrassing 5-2 loss against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Friday’s loss was another game in which the lack of intensity, and repeated blunders cost the […]

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NHL Playoffs: New York Rangers Drop Game 1, Need to be Disciplined for Game 2

By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo) During the regular season,where the Rangers were 18-2-1 when striking first, the tally by Carl Hagelin with just over three minutes remaining in the first period would have been enough to assume a Rangers victory. However, in last night’s Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, it was the only goal […]

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How Will the 2012 NHL Lockout Affect the New York Rangers?

By Kristin Tullo (@KToools) The New York Rangers are coming off of their deepest playoff run since losing to the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1996-1997 Eastern Conference Finals and while they seem to have the roster to advance beyond the Conference Final and win the Stanley Cup for the fifth time in franchise history, the […]

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The Rangers Are Officially Contenders

By Christopher Decker (@HockeyGuy_Chris) (Photo Courtesy of USA Today) Typically, around the midway point of an NHL season, it’s relatively safe to say which teams are for real and which teams are frauds. As the New York Rangers hit their official mid-season point tonight in a tilt against the Ottawa Senators, one thing is for […]

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No More Excuses

By Christopher Decker (@HockeyGuy_Chris) Chris Trotman/Getty Images First came the unfortunate news that Marc Staal was suffering post-concussion symptoms resulting in no timetable for his return. Then came the free pass of a European trip that supposedly weighed down heavily upon their ability to play a full 60 minutes of hard-fought hockey. After that came […]

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