Tag Archives: Chris Kreider

Rangers must find ways to penetrate Washington defense tonight

Here we go again. The New York Rangers and Washington Capitals return to Madison Square Garden tonight for Game 5 of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference Semifinal series. Just like in the quarterfinals, the Rangers find themselves tied at two games … Continue reading

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Rangers fans don’t have to sweat it in Game 3 tonight

Hockey is often a tough sport to analyze. There aren’t of stats to discuss like in baseball or basketball and the sport isn’t as complicated as what goes on in a football game. A lot of times the game comes … Continue reading

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Rangers, Kreider host Caps in Game Two tonight

In a big way the suspension on Carl Hagelin for his elbow to the head of Ottawa Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson changed the playoff fortunes of the New York Rangers. The incident that occurred in Game Two and took Hagelin … Continue reading

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Hockey! New York Rangers survive Sens, move on to conference semis

Yeah, I haven’t written about hockey for this website yet, but it’s been quite a while since I was a full-time hockey fan. Nowadays I still keep track of the Rangers, but I don’t watch a ton of their games … Continue reading

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