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One Step Closer

The last time the New York Rangers played in an overtime in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup playoffs, Stefan Matteau sent New York to the Stanley Cup Fin

Five on Three: April 8th - New York Presidents

For the first time since 1993-94, the Rangers have clinched the Presidents Trophy.

On this week's Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Kelly Kultys discuss the Rangers winning the President's Trophy. They also talk about the Islanders recent struggles, and races that are getting more and more interesting by the day in the East and West. 

Five on Three: March 31st - Down to the Wire

Plenty of questions in both conferences with less than ten games to play.

In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Martin McCormack and Tara Sledjeski wind down the regular season and playoff races in both the Eastern and Western Conferences. They also look at the Rangers and Islanders recent dips in success, and the Devils' losing streak. 

Five on Three: March 25th - The Hamburglar

Hammond, Sens shocking the East and Kings making their usual late season push.

In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Martin McCormack and Brendan Bowers discuss two of the hottest stories in hockey at the moment: Andrew Hammond of the Ottawa Senators and the Los Angeles Kings' late season run. They also look at the Rangers and the return of Henrik Lundqvist, the Islanders recent rough patch and what the Devils need to do to improve next season.

Manning the Fort

The Rangers have two men to thank for their current status without Lundqvist being as good as it is.

Over a month ago, I wrote about New York Ranger franchise goaltender Henrik Lundqvist’s injury and how backup goalie Cam Talbot would be able to keep the Rangers afloat in his absence. Through those three weeks Talbot did just that, and probably played better than many expected. Talbot and rookie net minder MacKenzie Skapski have gone above and beyond to have the Rangers not only in first place in the Metro, but in the President’s Trophy race, and with Lundqvist finally cleared for practice, their performances should be recognized.