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Blueshirt Bullet Points: Columbus Blue Jackets 6 – New York Rangers 4

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

1) The New York Rangers were hoping to build off their strong four-game stretch before the NHL All-Star break. However, after an initial surge by New York, the Blue Jackets tallied six unanswered en route to an adventurous 6-4 victory at Madison Square Garden. 2) After allowing three goals, Alain Vigneault pulled Henrik Lundqvist. The first goal was a soft …

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Blueshirt Radio EP10: Trade Deadline, NHL 100 and More

In News by Scott Charles

Don La Greca from ESPN Radio NY and MSG Radio joins hosts Jim Cerny and Scott Charles on this week’s Blueshirt Radio podcast to discuss what lies ahead for the New York Rangers the final two months of the season, what the team may do at the trading deadline in four weeks, and the list of Rangers on the NHL’s …

Prospect Park: Gropp’s Four Points Beat Americans

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

The WHL’s Western Conference has a new problem, last year’s conference champs the Seattle Thunderbirds are on a hot streak. After beating Tri-City 5-1 behind Ryan Group’s four points, they have won five straight games and 11 out of their last 12. No surprise Ryan Gropp has a five-game scoring streak and points in 11 out of his last 12 …

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Prospect Park: Morrison And The Quiet Night

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Saturday Night was a mixed bag for the Ranger prospects as there was not a lot of offense but there were some tired hockey players out there. We are reaching the final leg of the prospect’s regular season. With the exception of one team, there are plenty of important games to be played as the goal is to see the …

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Prospect Park: Huska Almost Perfect Against 11th-Ranked Vermont

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

An almost perfect performance by a freshman goalie highlights the Friday night report of New York Ranger prospects. The stats will mislead people tonight as there were several very good efforts from the prospects even if the stats do not say as much. The way this season is going the Rangers could see as many as four prospects representing all …

New York Rangers Game Score — Game 48

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog, NHL Stats by Tom Urtz Jr

The Rangers, mainly Henrik Lundqvist, pulled off quite the royal heist during a 3-2 victory vs. the Los Angeles Kings on Monday evening at Madison Square Garden. The slightest glance at the above chart indicates how bad or awful the majority of the team was. It isn’t surprising that the Rangers were pencil whipped in the Corsi column because the …

Blueshirt Bullet Points: New York Rangers 3 – Los Angeles Kings 2

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

1) The New York Rangers defeated the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 at Madison Square Garden on Monday, earning their third consecutive victory and 31st of the season. Henrik Lundqvist made save after save and performance like this one should completely rebuild his confidence. 2) “We’re a team that has been winning in different ways and we have the skill that …

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Blueshirt Bullet Points: New York Rangers 1 – Detroit Red Wings 0

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

1) After a forgettable 60 minutes, the Rangers were able to defeat the Red Wings 1-0 in overtime, thanks to a J.T. Miller game-winning goal. Mats Zuccarello has not scored since December 15 but made a terrific pass to set up Miller to help the Blueshirts capture the extra point. 2) After a relatively solid performance against Toronto, Henrik Lundqvist …

New York Rangers Game Score — Game 47

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog, NHL Stats by Tom Urtz Jr

Today’s edition of Game Score will be brief because there isn’t much to say about the Rangers 1-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings. 1.) In simplest terms, it was the Henrik Lundqvist show. The Blueshirts’ backstop won his second game in a row and picked up his second shutout of the season by stopping 21 shots. Lundqvist was forced …

Prospect Park: Fontaine Hot Streak Scorches Phoenix

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

It seems like last year we were talking about how ice cold Gabriel Fontaine’s offense had gone, new year and Fontaine is on a hot streak that is almost nuclear. A six-game goal scoring streak that has doubled his season’s output while helping his team win their eighth straight. And there was no way I could not honor Ty Ronning …

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Prospect Park: Morrison Knocks Off Winterhawks

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Tuesday saw some New York Ranger prospects helping their hot teams remain hot. It was a mostly good evening with two prospects earning stars but the one who did not earn one did the most damage. Tonight’s Star Brad Morrison (2015 seventh) Brad Morrison of the Prince George Cougars appears to be joining the ranks of Ranger prospects going on …

Blueshirt Bullet Points: Dallas Stars 7 – New York Rangers 6

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

1) After the first 27 seconds, one thought the Rangers were going to pull away from the Stars and win in dominating fashion. Derek Stepan’s wrap-around completely fooled Antti Niemi but then the Stars had their chances. Over and over again as they tallied seven goals on Henrik Lundqvist en route to an entertaining 7-6 victory against the Blueshirts. 2) …

New York Rangers Game Score – Game 45

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog, NHL Stats by Tom Urtz Jr

  Well, that was some game eh? In all seriousness, the Rangers and Stars played a very sloppy game on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers defense was dreadful, and once again the offense almost saved the team’s bacon. The chart above shows that players were either very good or flat out awful. There was very little ground, …

Blueshirt Insider: Could a Former Ranger be the Key?

In Blueshirt Insider, Blueshirt Plus (*) by Dan Akeson

It’s no secret that the New York Rangers are looking to adjust their defensive group. A team once built from the back out, has now found tremendous forward depth, but inconsistent defensive effort. When you look over the past several seasons, the Rangers attempted to acquire defensive players to ail a failing power play. Look at the acquisitions of Keith …