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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Derick Brassard
The defense of Ryan McDonagh and Dan Girardi has helped Henrik Lundqvist to many of the goalie's record wins with the New York Rangers.
It wasn't the Columbus homecoming that Rick Nash envisioned.
Henrik Lundqvist was far from his stingy best. He was still plenty good enough to become the New York Rangers' winningest goalie.
Flyers coach Craig Berube wasn't surprised by the way the Philadelphia bounced back on Saturday from a blowout loss because he's seen that type of resilience all season.
Cam Talbot came within 12 seconds of shutting out the defending Stanley Cup champions. Before he could blink, he was nearly headed for overtime.
Not much has gone right for the Edmonton Oilers and Nail Yakupov in a season where much was expected.
Outside and inside, the New York Rangers got the best of the New York Islanders in a pair of decisive third periods.
It is no accident the New York Rangers are surging just as Henrik Lundqvist is finding his Vezina Trophy form.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Rangers' clutch victory over the Stanley Cup champions earlier this week would have lost a lot of luster if New York couldn't back it up against the struggling Dallas Stars.
Rick Nash had a goal and assist in the first period, and Ryan Callahan had a pair of assists as the New York Rangers hung on to eighth place in the Eastern Conference with a 6-1 victory over the Florida Panthers on Thursday night.
This season wasn't much fun in New York for slumping forward Marian Gaborik. He wasn't scoring goals the way he was used to, and he and his Rangers teammates found themselves in an unexpected fight just to get into the playoffs.
Just when the Columbus Blue Jackets needed him the most, top-line center Derick Brassard will be lost for two to three weeks with an injured hand.
"I was just trying to put the puck in front of the net," said Brassard, traded to New York in the Blue Jackets' deadline deal for Marian Gaborik a year ago. "I caught him off guard. I was just happy to put it in."
"We've been struggling scoring goals," Brassard said, "so we found a way as a group to score some goals in the second and there's where we took over."