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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Marc Staal
Outside and inside, the New York Rangers got the best of the New York Islanders in a pair of decisive third periods.
The New York Rangers have quickly warmed to the challenge of playing outside in the chill of winter.
Too much sun forced the boys of winter to wait to play at the ballpark in the Bronx.
After sun reflecting off the ice delayed the first hockey game at Yankee Stadium, the New York Rangers and pinstriped goalie Henrik Lundqvist beat the New Jersey Devils 7-3 in snow and cold Sunday.
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.
CHICAGO (AP) — The fast start for the New York Rangers was erased by the Chicago Blackhawks in a couple minutes during the first part of the second period.
Including Game 6 and 7 of last year's playoffs, the Capitals have been blanked by Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist three straight times.
According to the NHLPA, 73 percent of players are wearing a visor this season, up from 69 percent last season. The Hockey News reported just 28 percent of players wore a visor in 2001-02.
Doctors are optimistic that New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal will recover fully after being struck in the eye by a deflected puck.
A year after missing the playoffs for the first time since 1996, the New Jersey Devils are going back to the Stanley Cup finals, thanks to a rookie, a 40-year-old goaltender and a coach who'd never been to the postseason in the NHL.
John Tortorella stood out again at a playoff news conference. Only this time it was because of his feistiness toward the New Jersey Devils and not for his brevity and contentiousness with the media.
Braden Holtby loves it when teammates block shots, going out of his way to show his appreciation. But the Washington Capitals' rookie goaltender knows what can go wrong when players don't get in front of pucks.
By the time midnight rolled around of Game 3 of the second-round series, the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers were on fumes. Troy Brouwer said he and his teammates drew from the crowd.
Coach John Tortorella tweaked the New York Rangers' top two lines during practice on Friday ahead of Game 5 of the Eastern Conference playoff series against the Ottawa Senators.
New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal made his return to the lineup after a nearly yearlong absence from a concussion.
"We have found a certain comfort level with the way we're playing," Staal said.
"They're a ton of fun," defenseman Marc Staal said.