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  • Miller's goal gives Rangers 3-2 win, division title

    ST. PAUL, Minn. — J.T. Miller scored the go-ahead goal in the third period, less than a minute after Minnesota tied the game, to give the New York Rangers a 3-2 victory over the Wild on Thursday night that clinched the Metropolitan Division title....
  • Ovechkin, Chimera Score 2 Each In Caps' Win Over Rangers

    Ovechkin, Chimera Score 2 Each In Caps' Win Over Rangers
    NEW YORK (AP) - The Washington Capitals showed the urgency of a team that hasn't secured a spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The New York Rangers haven't looked the same since they clinched their place in the postseason. Alex Ovechkin scored twice and...
  • Ovechkin, Chimera Rally Capitals To Victory Over Rangers

    NEW YORK — Alex Ovechkin scored twice and Jason Chimera added two goals in the third period to rally the Washington Capitals to a 5-2 victory over the New York Rangers on Sunday. Ovechkin had a goal in each of the first two periods, and Chimera...
  • UConn Players Make Most Of Chance To Drill Lundqvist

    UConn Players Make Most Of Chance To Drill Lundqvist
    STORRS — Four UConn hockey players — captain Ryan Tyson, Brad Smith, Jacob Poe and Cody Sharib — were a little nervous in the early-morning hours of March 21. Their alarms rang at 6 a.m. and they were in the car by 6:15, about a half-...
  • Frederik Andersen to remain in Ducks' net today for Rangers test

    Frederik Andersen to remain in Ducks' net today for Rangers test
    Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen left the Madison Square Garden ice first Sunday, indicating he’ll make his second consecutive start Sunday night in a game where goals are expected to be at a premium. The New York Rangers (45-18-7) lead the...
  • Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth

    Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth
    The six trades the Ducks made before the NHL trade deadline this month have left Coach Bruce Boudreau to scratch players who would've been a constant presence a month ago. The benefit to that is how those temporarily benched players perform when they...
  • Stepan, Rangers Break Out Of Slumps In 7-2 Rout Of Ducks

    Stepan, Rangers Break Out Of Slumps In 7-2 Rout Of Ducks
    NEW YORK (AP) — Derek Stepan broke out of a long slump with two goals and an assist, and the New York Rangers caught the Western Conference-leading Anaheim Ducks atop the NHL standings with a 7-2 rout Sunday night. Stepan, who had no points in his...
  • Trickle-Down Effect Doesn't Bother Wolf Pack's Jeff Malcolm

    Trickle-Down Effect Doesn't Bother Wolf Pack's Jeff Malcolm
    HARTFORD — When word spread from New York this week, Jeff Malcolm couldn't help but think of the ramifications. Henrik Lundqvist, the Rangers' elite goaltender, is ready to return from an injury that has sidelined him since Jan. 31. When...
  • Wednesdays' matchup: Blackhawks at Rangers

    Wednesdays' matchup: Blackhawks at Rangers
    TV/radio: 7 p.m. Wednesday; NBCSN, WGN-AM 720. Storylines: Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who was hit in the throat with a puck Jan. 31 and has missed 20 games, was cleared to return to practice Tuesday. The Rangers are 15-2-3 without him, thanks...
  • Pluses and minuses around the NHL

    Pluses and minuses around the NHL
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses around the NHL from the past week. + The legend of Ottawa Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond, nicknamed "Hamburglar" at Bowling Green for his ability to steal games, continues to grow. On...
  • Panthers dominate Rangers but lose 2-1 heartbreaker

    Panthers dominate Rangers but lose 2-1 heartbreaker
    Frustrating…deflating…unjust…heartbreaking. Pick an adjective after the Panthers thoroughly outplayed the NHL-best New York Rangers in Madison Square Garden only to come away with an undeserved 2-1 loss early Sunday evening...