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John Tortorella

John Tortorella
John Tortorella, 50-year-old Boston native, replaces fired New York Ranger coach, Tom Renney. Tortorella is know as "The Torch" who guided the Tampa Bay Lightning to the 2004 Stanley Cup championship and left some scorched earth along the way.
John Tortorella, 50-year-old Boston native, replaces fired New York Ranger coach, Tom Renney. Tortorella is know as "The Torch" who guided the Tampa Bay Lightning to the 2004 Stanley Cup championship and left some scorched earth along the way.
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  • NBC analysts rip Manny Fernandez, as do Rangers

     
    Speaking of weekend sports (see post below), NBC was nice enough to allow me to hang out with analyst Pierre McGuire during Sunday's Bruins-Rangers game, both between the team benches during the action and between periods during his sessions with...
  • Rangers fan fave Mike Milbury talks about Ovechkin

     
    The Rangers and Capitals will play Game 2 of their first-round series at 1 p.m. Saturday on NBC, whose analyst Mike Milbury had this to say about the Caps' Alexander Ovechkin: "As electrifying a player as I've seen." What about...

    NBC analyst credits Tortorella's lemon-squeezing

     
    NBC will show Game 6 of the Rangers-Caps series Sunday, if necessary. Analyst Pierre McGuire on the Blueshirts: "It doesn't take a genius to say that Henrik Lundqvist has been the difference-maker but I also give a lot of credit...

    Flyers goalie's dash to fight unwilling foe may prompt rule tweak

    Flyers goalie's dash to fight unwilling foe may prompt rule tweak
    It's the equivalent of putting a stop sign at a busy intersection after an accident, but the NHL will consider modifying its rules after it found no specific rule to support further punishing Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Ray Emery for his rink-length...

    NHL pluses and minuses: Ben Scrivens steps up for Kings

    NHL pluses and minuses: Ben Scrivens steps up for Kings
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + Ben Scrivens might have saved the Kings' season after Jonathan Quick sustained a groin injury last week. Scrivens took over in goal with 1:20 left in...