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Dan Mount Reviews Rangers-Canadiens Game 5

The Montreal Canadiens lived to fight another day. Rene Bourque’s hat trick helped Montreal stave off elimination with a 7-4 win over the New York Rangers in game five of the Eastern Conference Final at the Bell Centre. The Rangers lead the series three games to two and have another chance to close out the series at 8 p.m. Thursday ... Read More »

St. Louis delivers another special moment

By Dan Di Sciullo, NHL Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Maybe Martin St. Louis just needed some time to adjust to the glare of New York City. St. Louis first donned a New York Rangers sweater less than three months ago and his time in Manhattan has been jam-packed with ups and downs, both on and off the ice. On ... Read More »

Rangers Game 4 Review by Dan Mount

By Dan Mount, Contributing Writer After a number of chances, Martin St. Louis would not be denied. The 38 year-old left winger scored 6:02 into overtime to give the New York Rangers a 3-2 overtime win over the Montreal Canadiens in game four of the Eastern Conference final Sunday night at Madison Square Garden to give the Rangers a 3-1 ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

5/23/14 Shawn Kelley’s rehab has been halted after he woke up with back stiffness on Tuesday and it is unknown how long he will be shut down. The Yankees bullpen is not deep enough to sustain the amount of injuries that the pitching staff has seen so far. Ideally, a healthy 7-8-9 combination of Kelley-Betances-Robertson could be a strong asset ... Read More »

Rangers Take 2-0 Series Lead over Canadiens

By Dan Mount, Contributing Writer The New York Rangers finally have some breathing room in a playoff series. Henrik Lundvist made 40 saves and New York got three straight goals from Ryan McDonagh, Rick Nash and Martin St. Louis resulting in a 3-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre. The win gives the Rangers a two games ... Read More »

NHL Eastern Conference Finals Preview – Rangers vs. Canadiens

by Dan Mount, Contributing Writer The Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers are a lot alike. Both teams are steeped in tradition. Both teams are in the midst of long Stanley Cup droughts. Both teams have slain the giants of their respective divisions. Both have great goaltenders and both have tremendous depth. The similarities between the two clubs are eerie. ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

5/16/14 I hate the fact that Shawn Kelley is hurting because he has done a nice job early on and was especially good when filling in at closer when Dave Robertson was hurt earlier in the year. However, I think this is the circumstance that Joe Girardi needed to start using Dellin Betances more in high leverage situations as I ... Read More »

Steve Kerr takes Warriors job, burns Phil Jackson, Knicks

By Jared Mintz, Contributing Writer Was Steve Kerr even a candidate for a head coaching job before Phil Jackson took over as President of the New York Knicks back in March? No, really? I remember when the rumors surfaced that Jackson was considering taking over the Knicks, and attached to that rumor was an even more confusing one that Jackson was interested in bringing in the ... Read More »

King Henrik Reigns Supreme

Lundqvist Keeps Penning Chapters in Storied Career By Gordon Tepper, Contributing Writer In May of 2000, Glen Sather was named the general manager the Rangers organization after spending decades with the Edmonton Oilers. Three years before taking the job in New York, “Slats” was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame for his role in building the dynasty that won ... Read More »