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Chris Kreider, Rangers return to Montreal for first Canadiens clash

Boos will rain down on the Blueshirts when they step onto the ice at Bell Centre on Saturday night, but the rabid Montreal fans will surely save their loudest jeers for one Ranger in particular. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers power play now becoming a strong point?

The Rangers are used to winning with their even-strength attack, but Tuesday night’s 4-3 overtime victory over the Devils reminded them any game can swing on special teams, regardless of what’s happening in five-on-five play. Rangers Rss Article only

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Newcomer Chris Mueller paying immediate dividends for Rangers

Chris Mueller has spent the past five years going back and forth between the NHL and AHL. This time, he plans on staying put. Rangers Rss Article only

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Kevin Klein’s OT goal leads Rangers past Devils, Rick Nash nets another

An outburst of power play goals and a heart-racing Rangers comeback had the Rock pulsating Tuesday night in Newark before Blueshirts defenseman Kevin Klein buried a drop pass from Chris Kreider for a thrilling 4-3 Blueshirts overtime win. Rangers Rss Article only

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Kevin Klein’s OT goal gives Rangers victory over Devils

Kevin Klein took a pass from Chris Kreider and scored his first goal of the season — and the first by a Rangers defenseman — at 2:42 of overtime Tuesday night as the Blueshirts rallied from a two-goal deficit in the third period to beat the Devils, 4-3. Sports stories from Newsday

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Banged-up Rangers ready for another ‘Game 7′ against Devils

Some Game 7s are more important than others.The Rangers’ five consecutive Game 7 playoff victories, for example, have been critical. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers stomp Sharks at Garden as Henrik Lundqvist earns shutout

When it was sink or swim on Sunday, the Rangers unveiled this season’s first version of a balanced, four-line work ethic to overwhelm the Sharks. San Jose arrived at the Garden less than 24 hours after defeating the New Jersey Devils in Newark. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rangers score two goals four seconds apart in shutout of Sharks

The Rangers knew what to expect: The San Jose Sharks were playing their third road game in four days, and the Blueshirts needed to jump on them early. Sports stories from Newsday

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Rangers’ Kevin Hayes now in line for success

When Kevin Hayes didn’t sign with the Blackhawks, when Chicago’s 2010 first-round pick hit unrestricted free agency this summer, and when he signed with the Rangers in August, this was the opportunity the 22-year-old center believed he deserved. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rick Nash is carrying the offensive load for struggling Rangers

There are plenty of question marks surrounding the Rangers right now, but fortunately for the Blueshirts, Rick Nash isn’t one of them. Rangers Rss Article only

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It all lines up with Rangers’ Mats Zuccarello

Derick Brassard couldn’t suppress an ear-to-ear smile.The Rangers center was asked after scoring his third goal of the season in Thursday’s 2-1 shootout win over the Carolina Hurricanes how refreshing it had been to play with right wing Mats Zuccarello back on his line. Rangers Rss Article only

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Rick Nash scores lone shootout goal to lead NY Rangers over Hurricanes

They say “a win is a win,” but it’s also important to remember when a win was almost a horrible loss. The Rangers rightfully were relieved after Thursday night’s 2-1 shootout win over the lowly and depleted Carolina Hurricanes at the Garden. Rangers Rss Article only

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Bondy: For Rangers fan, there is an art to ‘Potvin sucks’ chant

Vinny Bova, the one wearing the “Potvin Sucks” jersey, took his seat in Section 222 Tuesday night at the Garden and waited for the right instant to strike. Rangers Rss Article only

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Islanders embarrass NY Rangers at Madison Square Garden in 6-3 win

Mike Kostka was going to be benched the rest of Tuesday night’s game. The Rangers defenseman had committed two turnovers that led directly to Islanders goals. But after the Blueshirts’ rivals unloaded three goals on Henrik Lundqvist in the opening six minutes of the third period, Alain Vigneault sent Kostka back over the boards. Rangers […]

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Islanders use big third period to beat Rangers

The odds are pretty long that the Islanders won’t be 20-0 by Thanksgiving. But in their toughest test of the young season, they rose to 3-0, scoring four goals in the third period en route to a 6-3 defeat of Henrik Lundqvist and the rival Rangers at Madison Square Garden last night. Sports stories from […]

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