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Photo Gallery: Rangers vs Flyers (11/25/2016)

The visiting New York Rangers defeated the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 3-2 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Henrik Lundqvist (#30 NYR) 2nd Derek Stepan (#21 NYR) 3rd Jakub Voracek (...
Center Derek Stepan (#21) of the New York Rangers pursued by Left Wing Pierre-Edouard Bellmare (#78) of the Philadelphia Flyers

Here They Are, The New York Rangers

NEW YORK - The preseason has concluded and the New York Rangers have a good idea of who will be on the team come opening night on Thursday versus the New York Islanders. As of right now the Broadway Blueshirts ...
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Late Overtime Goal Lifts Pens Past Rangers 3-2

NEW YORK – The New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins gave a taste of the playoffs and it took extra time to figure it out. Sidney Crosby ended it at the 4:30 of the overtime period and the Penguins defeated ...
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Klein Lifts Rangers in OT over Red Wings

NEW YORK – It took sixty-plus minutes to get it done and Kevin Klein did got it done at 1:59 of the overtime period to lift the New York Rangers to a 1-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings. A third straight ...
Defenseman Ryan McDonagh (#27) of the New York Rangers smiling

Third Period Comeback Sends Rangers Over Bruins

NEW YORK – After a sluggish first 40 minutes, the Rangers turned it on in the third period, stealing what seemed to be an unlikely 2-1 victory over the Bruins. The opening goal came a little more than half w...
NHL 2013 - Mar 26 - NYR vs PHI - Left Wing Rick Nash (#61) of the New York Rangers

Banged-up Rangers Shouldn’t Overreact

GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Amidst the rubble of a disappointing end to an uplifting season, Rangers general manager Glen Sather will need to be careful in rebuilding the Rangers’ mansion. Despite the crushing frustr...
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Fast Makes Quick Work Of Flyers

NEW YORK – After scoring his first-career National Hockey League goal during the Rangers’ 5-2 win over the Flyers Saturday afternoon, Jesper Fast stood by his locker and spoke quietly to reporters, who were won...