They fall to Ottawa 3–1.
Sean Avery notches three assists in a wild 6–5 win on Long Island.
Sidney Crosby wasn't penalized for a slew foot in last night's 3–1 Rangers loss to Pittsburgh.
A gritty, hard-hitting team? A goalie not named Henrik Lundqvist? A defense that holds a one-goal lead for nearly a period and a half?
They fell to Boston, 3–2, but did so wearing some sharp-looking jerseys.
After blowing a 1–0 lead late in the third period, they'd come back to win 3–2 in overtime.
The Rangers won 8–2, and Sean Avery sucker-punched a guy.
Artem Anisimov and Martin Biron come up big.
He says that tonight "feels like the start of the year."
The Rangers get shut out at home, 2-0.
The Rangers lose, and a hit to the head goes unpenalized.
Henrik Lundqvist expects to play tonight, and Martin Brodeur should be ready for tomorrow.
The Rangers beat the defending champs at the Garden last night.
No slap shots yet, though.
They lost the game 6-4, and may have lost Artem Anisimov to an injury.
The Rangers beat the Devils for their third win in four nights.
The Rangers defeat the only team in the conference that hadn't lost in regulation.
The winger will miss two to four weeks with a shoulder separation.