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Change is good for Isles in 3-1 victory over Flames

Islanders head coach Jack Capuano decided to change his lines prior to the game against the Calgary Flames, and the guys responded with a 3-1 victory in Thursday night hockey action. New York has now earned points in 8-of-10 games this season against Western Conference opponents. In front of 14,819 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the Isles came out with […]

Rangers winning streak snapped by Semin and the Caps in 4-1

The New York Rangers (22-9-4) had a five-game winning streak snapped in a 4-1 loss to the Washington Capitals (18-15-2) in Wednesday night hockey action. Leading the Capitals’ victory was winger Alexander Semin who recorded two goals in the game. Not helping the cause for the Blueshirts was the costly turnovers, along with not capitalizing on the power play opportunities. Mistakes cost the […]

Blueshirts set to start 2012 on a giving note with Family Dynamics Fundraiser

The New York Rangers are going to start the New Year on a great note by hosting the Annual Family Dynamics fundraising event at Madison Square Garden. Select players will join alumni and honorary chairman Adam Graves on Monday, January 9thfrom 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. There will be a host of activities including kids’ game, a live Blueshirts sports memorabilia auction and an autograph session.  […]

Islanders look to end 2011 homestand with a win against Western Conference Foes

The New York Islanders (11-17-6) are looking to end a three game losing streak, as well as 2011 with a bang as they play host to the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers on Thursday and Saturday night respectively. Prior to the game against the Oilers on Saturday, the Islanders will induct Ken Morrow into their Hall of Fame.  The blueliner helped New York win their […]

Blueshirts blank Isles in fifth straight victory

The New York Rangers (22-8-4) took a 3-1 edge in the Battle of the Big Apple for their fifth victory in a row with a 3-0 decision over the New York Islanders (11-17-6) in NHL action on Monday night. In a physical battle between the two teams, it was the total team effort by the Blueshirts that helped them to the two points. […]

First place present for Blueshirts in 4-2 victory over Flyers

The New York Rangers (21-8-4) are now in a first place tie with the Philadelphia Flyers (21-9-4) in the Eastern Conference standings, thanks to a 4-2 Blueshirts victory at a rocking Madison Square Garden on Friday night. In the second of six meetings between these teams, the rivalry continued with a bang, as the Blueshirts won their fourth consecutive game. Featuring huge open-ice […]

Islanders left feeling empty after 5-3 loss to Leafs

The New York Islanders (11-16-6) were left feeling empty after a 5-3 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs (18-13-4) on Friday night hockey action. New York was returning home from a 2-1-0 road trip, featuring back-to-back shootout victories, could not overcome a combination of the sleepy first period along with bad officiating in the final frame. Wearing their black […]