No, the Islanders aren't playing for the Stanley Cup.
Devils or Rangers or Islanders or Flyers or Hurricanes.
Los Angeles is up 1-0 in the Stanley Cup Final.
Feathered. Rifled. Skyhooked.
The Rangers' problems this season had more to do with scoring goals than preventing them.
The Stanley Cup Finals begin Wednesday night in Newark.
Is there a Ranger whose season will be evaluated based on his performance in the playoffs more than Richards?
Time for something new to reference.
The puck drops at 8 p.m.
New Jersey beats the Rangers 3-1, in Game 4.
John Tortorella defended Brandon Prust yesterday, but the forward was suspended for tonight's Game 4.
The Rangers still haven't lost a playoff game in Newark.
"Every fan should feel safe coming to games here," he said.
The Mets took Toronto in traditional Canadian garb.
"We've apologized to the team, and now, most importantly, to you."
If you're a big fan of the Rangers — and not a particularly big fan of the environment — there's still time to sign up.
The Devils even the series with a 3-2 win.