The Rangers aren't going to the playoffs, but there is still plenty of reason to watch them this season
The Rangers picked up five of a possible eight points against some very good competition over seven days, but more importantly, they proved they will be fun to watch this season.
The Bruins' trade for Rick Nash and Brian Gionta signing have me in a personal dilemma
Two of my personal favorites are on the Bruins in Rick Nash and Brian Gionta and I’m stuck deciding if my liking of them outweighs my personal dislike for Boston sports.
The Barstool Sports Boston blogger joined me to talk about John Scott’s MVP performance at the All-Star Game.
If it weren’t for Pacific captain John Scott, I would have watched no more than five minutes on Sunday night. After watching the efforts of the Metropolitan and Atlantic, I wasn’t sticking around if not for Scott.
This year’s team is a little different, but there are some familiar faces in the lineup, including a goalie on his way out of the league.
The ‘Road to the NHL Winter Classic’ series is over for the year and it’s a shame because watching Joel Quenneville each week had become the best thing on TV.
The second episode made me kind of/sort of like Alexander Ovechkin for the first time ever, but I’m sure that will change.
The behind-the-scenes show is now on EPIX instead of HBO, but thanks to Joel Quenneville’s vocabulary it doesn’t matter what channel it’s on.
Three years ago, Rangers fans got to see how their team operates prior to their Winter Classic appearance and this year Blackhawks fans get that same chance.
The state of New York sports isn’t exactly great. For my teams, the Yankees are coming off back-to-back postseason-less seasons for the first time since 1992-93, the Giants are 3-9 and are headed for a third straight postseason-less season and the Knicks are the Knicks. The Rangers are the only good thing going right now […]