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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Brian Boyle
Alec Martinez's goal lifts the Kings to the championship for the second time in three seasons.
New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault had trouble finding the words to describe goaltender Henrik Lundqvist.
Henrik Lundqvist didn't allow a bad ending to the second period wreck an otherwise good day for the New York Rangers.
Outside and inside, the New York Rangers got the best of the New York Islanders in a pair of decisive third periods.
NEW YORK (AP) — Sergei Bobrovsky made 40 saves through overtime and two more in the shootout in his first action in over a month, and Brandon Dubinsky had a goal and assist against his former team in the Columbus Blue Jackets' 4-3 victory over the New York Rangers on Monday night.
Henrik Lundqvist recalled the first time he met John Tortorella. It was spring of 2009, and the coach with a Stanley Cup on his resume was taking over behind the bench of the New York Rangers and not messing around.
A lot of hockey players have stories about growing up on the ice outdoors — frozen ponds and tales of whimsy and wonder in the cold. Then there's New York Rangers forward Brian Boyle.
The New York Rangers were being blanked by a rookie goaltender when Marian Gaborik put the puck in the net — and didn't even know it.
(AP) — The struggling Prince George's County Hospital System is facing a much tougher year to get financial help from the state, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown said yesterday, but he pledged to continue "our commitment to the survival of the hospital."
"It's a pivotal game regardless of the outcome," forward Brian Boyle said.
"They come out a little different (at home), and we know they're a pretty good home team, play well in front of their fans," Boyle said. "It's going to be a pretty fun atmosphere, and we're a pretty good road team. Should be fun."