The 2013-14 Rangers season lasted 107 games and ended in a devastating defeat, but it was one incredible ride over nearly nine months.
It’s been almost 10 years since I was on the wrong side of a 3-0 comeback. But after the Game 4 win in the Stanley Cup Final, why not the Rangers?
Brian Monzo of WFAN joins me to talk about how distraught he was after the Rangers’ Game 1 loss in the Stanley Cup Final and how his anger has turned to optimism for the series.
610 of Barstool Sports New York joins me to talk about how bad Dan Girardi was in Game 1 and why Rick Nash needs to return to the power play right now.
Kevin DeLury of The New York Rangers Blog joins me to talk about the Rangers’ first Stanley Cup Final appearance in 20 years and why they aren’t as big of an underdog against the Kings as the media has made them out to be.
A year ago the Rangers were lost after an embarrassing postseason exit. Now they’re going to play for the Stanley Cup. What a difference a year makes.
Brian Monzo of WFAN joins me to talk about the feel-good stories surrounding the Rangers’ Stanley Cup run and which Western Conference team Rangers fans should want to play.
The Rangers missed their first chance to win the Eastern Conference and put away the Canadiens and the blame will be placed on Henrik Lundqvist.
The Rangers won Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals and it was all because of Henrik Lundqvist. It always is.
Rangers games aren’t supposed to go the way Game 1 went. The Rangers aren’t supposed to jump out to an early lead, build on that early lead, prevent a dreaded two-goal lead from slipping away and then put the game away with an entire period left to play. It’s not supposed to happen. That’s not […]