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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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  • Mike Sielski: With goalies being unequal, here's picking the Rangers in six

    Craig Berube did not have a plan with respect to his two goaltenders, Steve Mason and Ray Emery, as much as he had a philosophy. It is good that he did.
  • Sam Donnellon: Flyers' answer for Madison Square Garden skid

    In six season with two teams, Jakub Voracek has yet to skate off the ice at Madison Square Garden a happy man. Wayne Simmonds has the same lack of positive vibe over the same amount of seasons, so maybe they are not exactly the right people to analyze...

    Twenty-five things about the Frozen Four

    The Frozen Four is much more than a cute name. It is NCAA hockey at its best. Granted, college hockey and Philadelphia go together like cheesesteaks and warm milk, but the four remaining teams each offer their own pieces of intrigue. There's the local...

    Avalanche top Canucks, tie for first in Central

    EditorsNote: adds in eighth graf: Varlamov breaks franchise single-season wins record Avalanche top Canucks, tie for first in Central VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Patrick Roy is not doing his former teammates on the 2000-01 version of the Colorado...

    Rangers clinch home ice in first round

    Rangers clinch home ice in first round NEW YORK -- It most assuredly was not a work of art. But the New York Rangers will take the result just the same. "I'm happy," center Brad Richards said, a few minutes after left winger Rick Nash broke a tie...