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Prospect Park-What A Day

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Sunday was seriously “what a day” after Sean Day (2016 third) put on a third period performance that has to be seen to believe. It was “Farewell to the Joe Louis Arena” and Day made sure he added one personal memory to an arena that meant so much to him as a child. The game’s first star” Day scored three …

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Prospect Park- A Career Night

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Saturday night was very much one for the record books at least the prospect version. A career night from defenseman Sergey Zborovskiy (2015 third) and another strong effort from goalie Adam Huska (2015 seventh) highlight our report. First Star Sergey Zborovskiy Regina Pats The game’s first star Sergey Zborovskiy had a career night with a 2-5-7 +8 performance to lead his Regina …

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Blueshirt Bullet Points: Rangers 4 – Hurricanes 2

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

1) Chris Kreider scored twice in the third period to help lead the Rangers to a 4-2 win against the Hurricanes. It was the second time this week New York defeated Carolina as they improved to 21-3-0 in the last 24 meetings against the Canes at Madison Square Garden. 2) “We started off well. We scored a goal, and then after …

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Prospect Park- The Giant Killer

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Another interesting Friday night for the Ranger prospects starting with the prospect known as the “Giant Killer.” If you are looking for big numbers then this was not your night as nobody scored a goal. First Star Adam Huska (2015 seventh) Adam Huska has only three wins this season for the UConn Huskies but all three came at the expense …

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Prospect Park: Your Wild Wednesday

In News by Jess Rubenstein

Call it “wild Wednesday” thanks to three highly entertaining games featuring Ranger prospects from the three junior leagues. Each game was different in it’s outcome but they were still a lot of fun to watch. The biggest game was in the OHL as Sean Day (2016 third) led his Windsor Spitfires into Sault Ste. Marie for a game against Tim …

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Blueshirt Radio EP3: Who are the Real Rangers?

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

Blueshirt Radio co-hosts Jim Cerny and Scott Charles discuss the recent up and down play of the New York Rangers, as well as the strong individual play of Rick Nash this season. With input from the fans, Jim and Scott also each select their team MVP and Biggest Surprise from the season’s first quarter. Don La Greca from ESPN-98.7 FM …

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Prospect Park: The Fighting For The Top

In News by Jess Rubenstein

Four prospects playing on Sunday were on teams that were fighting for the top in their respective leagues. It made for some interesting hockey as the jockeying for position took place. Today’s Star Tim Gettinger Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds (2016 fourth) There is no question that as his Greyhounds are winning, Tim Gettinger is contributing on the offensive end. After …

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Blueshirt Bullet Points: Senators 2 – Rangers 0

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

1) For the first time this season, the New York Rangers prolific offense failed to find the back of the net as they were shutout by the Ottawa Senators 2-0 at Madison Square Garden on Sunday evening. 2) “We had the puck the whole time and it’s really difficult when they’re in the lanes,” Derek Stepan said. “It’s hard to generate …

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Prospect Park: Another Quiet Night

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Maybe it is because they have played so much hockey already but Saturday was another quiet night for the prospects. Please do not think quiet nights mean the prospects did not play well as that is not always the case. In this evening’s version the prospect team’s were 1-1-1-1 as the four prospects playing worked hard but they could not …

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The Prospect Park-A Pretty Quiet Day

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

A pretty quiet day for the New York Ranger prospects does not mean a bad day but the opposite. Friday night was a night to see the players stick to their fundamentals and get some positive results for the most part. Tonight’s Star  Sergey Zborovskiy (2015 third) Sergey Zborovskiy has clearly shown that his defense will earn him his ticket to …

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Thanksgiving Hockey

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

An interesting doubleheader for the Ranger prospects on Thanksgiving featuring two from the 2016 draft class.  The prospects are playing on teams in the OHL’s West Division, both teams were tied entering play on Thursday, both were on the road and both were on winning streaks. After that things change in a hurry so we start with Tim Gettinger’s (2016 …

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Following The Rangers

In News by Jess Rubenstein

Call it a not so fun Wednesday for a couple prospects as their teams played just like the Rangers did against the Penguins.  A third was having an easy time for 59 minutes and the score was closer than the game was. Gabriel Fontaine (2016 sixth) had a mixed game which is as close to a good game as anyone had. Gabriel …

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Prospect Park- The Wednesday Report

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Just three games on Tuesday night for three Ranger prospects with mixed results. The meeting of WHL conference leaders were an exciting affair while a young goalie struggled against an even tougher opponent. Tuesday was the only regular season meeting between Sergey Zborovskiy’s (2015 third) Regina Pats and Brad Morrison’s (2015 fourth) Prince George Cougars.  Prince George took advantage of …

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Blueshirt Bullet Points: Penguins 6 – Rangers 1

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

1) “There is no doubt we disappointed ourselves and our fans tonight.” – Alain Vigneault 2) After the Rangers most impressive victory of the season Monday night in Pittsburgh, the Blueshirts were embarrassed at Madison Square Garden, losing to the Penguins 6-1. Henrik Lundqvist allowed four goals on seven shots in the second period and was replaced at 12:57 by …