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NHL Playoffs: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Florida Panthers Game 3 Recap | 04/25/2024

Heading home with an 0-2 deficit, the Tampa Bay Lightning knew they had to win to make this a series. Unfortunately, another close loss puts a season that at times looked promising on life support. While this team lacks experience defensively and stumbled through much of the regular season, a March to remember showed they […]

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New York Rangers Sneakily Get Better, Are Built for Playoffs

Compared to others in the Eastern Conference, the New York Rangers had a relatively quiet 2024 trade deadline. The additions of Alex Wennberg, Jack Roslovic, and Chad Ruhwedel filled some widely publicized gaps in the lineup but did not register on the excitement meter like some of the rumored trades would have. They were rumored […]

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New York Rangers General Manager Chris Drury

Rangers’ Division Lead Allows for Experimentation Ahead of Trade Deadline

With less than a month to go before the NHL trade deadline, there is precious little time to make the player additions and subtractions that will (hopefully) help teams make a playoff run or set them up for a brighter future. Each team’s plan for the deadline is not only a state secret and much […]

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NHL Game Recap: Minnesota Wild vs. Tampa Bay Lightning | 01/18/2024

After an important home win on Monday night, the Minnesota Wild lost 7-3 against the Tampa Bay Lightning on the road. While the first two periods remained close, the Lightning ran away with it in the third period.  Quick Recap Final Score: 7-3 Tampa Bay PIMS: 18 minutes combined Shots on goal: 38-33 Tampa Bay […]

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Lightning Make Two Moves Prior to the Start of Training Camp

With training camp set to start in a week’s time, the Tampa Bay Lightning made a couple of moves to get their roster ready for camp and preseason games later this month. General manager Julien Brisebois was forced to place free agent forward Josh Archibald on unconditional waivers for the purpose of terminating his contract. […]

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What Now for the New York Rangers?

The New York Ranger’s 2022-23 season came to a disappointing end Monday night. They lost 4-0 in Game 7 to the New Jersey Devils and failed to follow up last season’s Eastern Conference Finals appearance with any similar type of playoff success. The first-round defeat stings even more, knowing that General Manager Chris Drury loaded […]

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Mowed Down In Motown: Rangers Lose Third In A Row With Uninspired Loss to Detroit 4-1

This night began with some pregame “roster management” (this term has become trendy lately) news that distracted the Rangers’ fanbase. It also seemed to distract the team, as they fell to the Detroit Red Wings 4-1 in a sloppy, deflating performance in all facets for their third loss in a row. The defense was atrocious, […]

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CONNOR4REAL: Rangers Lose 4-1 To Winnipeg Jets Behind Hellebuyck’s 50 Save Performance

Games like last night are tough to analyze. The Rangers lost to the Winnipeg Jets last night 4-1, despite outshooting them 51 to 21 and dominating a good portion of the play. The reasoning for that mainly lies with Connor Hellebuyck outplaying Igor Shesterkin, but let’s break down the good, the bad, and everything in […]

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BREAKING NEWS: NY Rangers Acquire F Tyler Motte From Ottawa Senators In Exchange For F Julien Gauthier, Conditional 2023 7th Rounder

In what seemed like an inevitable reunion from day one and only picked up steam with time, the NY Rangers have reacquired F Tyler Motte from the Ottawa Senators for F Julien Gauthier and a conditional 2023 7th round pick (becomes the lower of the NYR’s two 6th round picks if Rangers make it past […]

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Opinion: The Rangers offseason hinges on their belief in Filip Chytil

If not now, when? Filip Chytil is only 22 years old and has already played in 253 regular-season games for the Rangers, but his time in New York has been anything but consistent. The speedy youngster has shown flashes of potential in his first four seasons on Broadway, but the former 1st round pick has […]

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