Mike Brodeur makes like distant relative Martin and blanks the Blueshirts.
The Devils top the Rangers, 1–0, in a shootout.
In short: Yes, he should be.
The Rangers' resident pest scores four points against his former team.
The much-maligned winger scores the game winner in the Rangers' 3–2 win over Boston.
But they're in the thick of the playoff hunt, just like every other team.
Wade Redden was a healthy scratch, and they won 5–2. Coincidence, or not?
John Tortorella has no bleeping explanations for what's happening to this team.
The good (Al Harrington), the bad (Henrik Lundqvist), and the ugly (pretzel-throwing, death threats, etc.).
Mike Rupp, of all people, scores a hat trick in Pittsburgh's 5–2 win.
Matt Cooke was suspended for his dirty hit Saturday night, but still: It is ON.
Seven straight goals? Where did that come from?
The Rangers can't afford for Avery to be a model citizen. They need him to be a pain in the ass.
Oh well. It was fun while it lasted.
Injuries to Chris Drury and Brandon Dubinsky over the weekend leave the Rangers shorthanded.