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Postgame Notes: Rangers 4 vs. Kings 5

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

Per the New York Rangers, Post-Game Notes_Team Notes – HOME COOKING – The Rangers extended their point streak at home to nine games (7-0-2). The Blueshirts have earned at least one point in 11 of their last 12 home contests (9-1-2) and have posted a 19-4-2 record in their last 25 home games. The Blueshirts have earned at least one …

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Rangers and Lundqvist Shutout Penguins

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

The New York Rangers proved that they are still capable of shutting down the opposition as they blanked the red-hot Pittsburgh Penguins 3-0 at Consol Energy Center. Henrik Lundqvist earned his 58th career shutout to help New York win an impressive road game against a divisional opponent. “There is no doubt that our goaltending was outstanding tonight,” Rangers’ coach Alain …

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Miller’s Winner Helps Rangers Best Devils

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog, News by Scott Charles

The Rangers suffered a tough loss at the hands of the Devils six days ago and wanted to make sure it didn’t happen again. J.T. Miller tallied his 17th goal of the season to help the Blueshirts defeat their division rival 2-1 at Madison Square Garden. New York’s defenseman Kevin Klein opened up the scoring after Mats Zuccarello made a …

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Six Games No Production

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

You know it is frustrating to spend one’s time watching six prospects playing six games but to see six games no production out of any of the prospects is disappointing. If you want to make a case for this being the result of trading away not only the first round picks but Anthony Duclair last year. Yes we can bring …

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An Almost Costly Evening

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Friday evening was going pretty decently until one cheap shot turned it into a almost costly evening for one Ranger prospect. Nothing does more harm to the health of the game than seeing a teenager needing to be helped off the ice after someone hits him in the head with a elbow, stick or shoulder. Seen too many “I have …

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Jockeying For Playoff Positioning

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Unlike the NHL and the two other Canadian junior leagues, the OHL does not have the wild card so all the teams are for the most part still jockeying for playoff positioning. The three New York Ranger prospects playing in the OHL were in action on Thursday night with the first real look at 2015 fourth round pick Daniel Bernhardt …

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Brassard and Miller Star in Rangers Comeback Victory

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

The New York Rangers might have been down by two goals after 20 minutes but they stuck to their system as they came back to defeat the Minnesota Wild 4-2 at Madison Square Garden on Thursday. Derick Brassard and J.T. Miller each delivered beautiful saucer passes to each other to score the game-tying and game-winning goal. “Its good to find …

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They Hurt Their Own Cause

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

The three New York Ranger prospects playing on WHL’s Western Conference teams had chances on Wednesday night to help improve their playoff status but two of them saw their teams hurt their own cause with losses. With less than 20 regular season games left in their regular season, this is the time of the year where prospects need to help …

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Gropp’s Goal Helps T-Birds Win

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

With his Seattle Thunderbirds having dropped three straight games, Ryan Gropp’s (2015 second) goal help end the losing streak as the T-birds knocked off WHL Western Conference leading Kelowna 2-0. It really was a game the Thunderbirds could not afford to lose as division leading Everett was starting to pull away and the teams trailing Seattle in the standings were …

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It Was An Ugly Night

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

It is the end of January and yet the Ranger prospects had yet another ugly night where there is little production and plenty of losing going on. Nine games with just two wins, two overtime losses, four losses and one player watching his team lose from the bench. This is not the kind of season where champions are made from …

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A 50/50 Day

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Sunday was a pretty quiet day with just four games with Ranger prospects playing and the results were a 50/50 day with nobody standing out. These days will happen when the prospects play schedules like thre games in three or four days. Keegan Iverson (2014 third) and his Portland Winterhawks were playing the third game in three nights when they …

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A Night For Goalies

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Friday night was very much a night for goalies as the two goalies playing in North America only allowed one goal each to help lead their teams to wins. Adam Huska (2015 seventh) and Brandon Halverson (2014 second) are both looking like their time at the World Under-20 Championships helped fine tune their performances. Adam Huska has been the top …

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Rangers Dominance Against Hurricanes Continues

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

The Rangers have started to resemble the Eastern Conference power they once were in recent weeks. For the first time since late November, the Blueshirts have won back-to-back games, defeating the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1. J.T. Miller tallied two goals in the span of two minutes and 10 seconds in the second period to put the game out of reach for …