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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Alain Vigneault
Alain Vigneault reviewed only portions of the video from the New York Rangers' Stanley Cup finals opener before he sat down at their oceanside hotel to explain how it got away.
Eight months ago, first-year Rangers coach Alain Vigneault could never have imagined he would now be behind the bench for New York's first Stanley Cup finals appearance in 20 years.
Rangers coach Alain Vigneault is angry his team has been portrayed as "dishonorable and dishonest" by the Montreal Canadiens and coach Michel Therrien.
Rangers forward Derek Stepan has a broken jaw and is undergoing surgery following a hit by Montreal's Brandon Prust during Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.
When the New York Rangers last left Madison Square Garden they were embarrassed, disappointed, and unsure if they would get another chance this season to erase the haunting memories of a playoff meltdown.
New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault finally took a shot at his club's taxing postseason schedule, but still won't say his players are tired.
Rangers coach Alain Vigneault is shaking up his lineup again for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
With their captain under fire and their season on the brink of collapse, the Pittsburgh Penguins responded with a crackling show of force.
Henrik Lundqvist is the king of the New York Rangers record book for goalies.
It doesn't matter if these longtime rivals are in the Patrick, Atlantic, or newly formed Metropolitan Division, when the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers clash, it is every bit of a backyard brawl.
It's Broadway vs. Broad Street for the first time in 17 years.
It took 15 games, but Martin St. Louis finally scored for the Rangers.
A goal that didn't count in the Sharks' victory over the New York Rangers garnered more attention than the one that made the difference in surging San Jose's latest win.
After an hour-long spin on the Madison Square Garden ice, New York Rangers forward Rick Nash is ready to practice with his teammates and could rejoin the lineup soon.
New Vancouver Canucks coach John Tortorella was surprised the subject of his famous temper didn't come up in the first question of his introductory news conference on Tuesday.
"You go into this hoping that you don't regret anything," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. "We put it out there. We gave our best shot, best effort. Three games here all went to OT. What can I say?"
"I think we've played close to nine periods now, (and) for the most part I've liked a lot of things about our game," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. "Our guys are trying real hard. We're going to continue to try. Both games, we had opportunities. We didn't get it done."