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New Jersey’s Jacob Josefson scores the game-deciding shootout goal against Winnipeg Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec (Ed Mulholland, USA TODAY Sports)
By Chip Gianni Jr. On Friday, October 31st, 2014
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Devils Finally Win Shootout After 600 Days

New Jersey’s Jacob Josefson scores the game-deciding shootout goal against Winnipeg Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec (Ed Mulholland, USA TODAY Sports) The New Jersey Devils finally snapped their shootout drought by More...

Rangers' John Moore Suspended two Games for Illegal Check on Dale Weise. (USA Today)
By Tony Griffo On Thursday, October 30th, 2014
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NHL Suspends NY Ranger Defenseman John Moore for Five Games

Rangers’ John Moore Suspended two Games for Illegal Check on Dale Weise. (USA Today) The NHL Department of Player Safety has suspended New York Ranger defenseman John Moore for five games on October 29. This More...

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By Tony Griffo On Monday, October 27th, 2014
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Rangers Goal Record in Sight for Rick Nash

(Via NHL.com) Don Murdoch, he of the comet like career that rocketed him to stardom, only to see it and him crash and burn. His scoring ability was second to none, but alas, also was his ability to self-destruct. More...

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By Sam Mines On Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
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Schneider Shines, Devils Continue Winning Streak

(KIM KLEMENT/USA TODAY SPORTS) Cory Schneider burnished his Florida dominance with his second one-goal performance in the Sunshine State on Tuesday as the Devils defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1. Schneider may More...

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By Tony Griffo On Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
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Rangers drop third straight as Lundqvist is shelled once again

(Associated Press) The New York Rangers dropped their third straight game and second at home, as the New York Islanders explode for four goals in the third period to defeat the Rangers 6-3. It is the second consecutive More...

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By Tony Griffo On Monday, October 13th, 2014
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Rangers: Blueshirts lay an egg in Home Opener

Corey Sipkin/New York Daily News The festivities for the NY Rangers home opener began outside Madison Square Garden with Blueshirts Boulevard and ended with a large egg on the Garden ice, as the Maple Leafs trounce More...

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By Chip Gianni Jr. On Saturday, October 11th, 2014
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Pronger joins NHL Player Safety Department

Dave Reginek/NHLI/Getty Images The National Hockey League has hired “former” Philadelphia Flyer defenseman, Chris Pronger to work in the Department of Player Safety. The only problem is that Pronger is technically More...

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By Tony Griffo On Thursday, October 9th, 2014
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Rangers Open in St. Louis Against the Blues

Christian Petersen/Getty Images The NY Rangers open the 2014-15 NHL season against the Blues at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.  Last season, the Blues had the Rangers number, as they swept the two game series More...

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By Kenny Mintz On Thursday, October 9th, 2014
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The End of An Era as Islanders Prepare For Final Season in Nassau Coliseum

(USATSI) As the New York Islanders prepare for their final season at “The Barn,” fans prepare to say farewell.  But this season may have a different ending in comparison to the dreary finales of the past few More...

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By Tom Liodice On Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
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Islanders Sale Unanimously Approved by NHL Board of Governors

(Photo by Mike Stobe) Islanders fans received a smattering of surprisingly good news Tuesday afternoon. The National Hockey League Board of Governors unanimously approved the sale of a minority stake in the New More...

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By Tony Griffo On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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Rangers Drop Preseason Opener to Devils 5-4

(Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports) The New York Rangers opened the pre-season last night at MSG against their cross river rival the NJ Devils and lost 5-4.  There was some good play, some bad play and some great play; More...

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By Rob Taub On Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014
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NHL Training Camp 2014: 5 Things to Look For

It’s that time of year again. NHL training camps opened for business this past Friday, which means hockey season has officially arrived. With the season in full gear now, their will be no shortage of intriguing More...