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Brad Richards said that the Rangers need to realize that things are going to step up in terms of intensity and speed today in game two and the players will need to rise to that. (ESPN NY)

Rick Nash said that the team knows that their style works if everyone buys in. (ESPN NY)

Nash adds that the plan is to get traffic, shoot from all areas and out work the other team to score goals. (ESPN NY)

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Larry Brooks writes that the Rangers cost themselves in the 2012 playoffs by not taking a 2-0 series lead in either the Ottawa or Washington series, both of which ended up going seven games. (NY Post)

Brad Richards says that the team has to have learned from that and that they can't let the chance to get a "good grip" on the series slip away.? (NY Post)

Brooks writes, "It is imperative the Rangers chow down on a full helping of killer instinct for breakfast before Sunday?s noon faceoff. This is more than about just holding serve. It is about establishing and reinforcing superiority." (NY Post)

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Between games one and two of the series against the Bruins, John Tortorella said that there were some off-ice adjustments that needed to be made with the team.

Tortorella declined to expand, saying he would explain later on what he meant.

While meeting with the media on Monday, at Rangers break up day, Tortorella said when he made those comments he was talking about the mindset of the team.

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Game Notes from the Rangers:

  • The Rangers will face-off against the Boston Bruins? at TD Garden (5:30 p.m. ? TV: NBC Sports Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7), in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal series. The Blueshirts trail in the series, 3-1, following a 4-3 overtime win in Game 4 on Thursday at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers enter the contest with a 213-232-8 record all-time in 453 playoff contests (120-89-2 at home; 93-143-6 on the road).
  • New York has posted a 24-34 record all-time in Game 5s.
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Yesterday, Ryan Callahan was a guest on The Michael Kay show:

  • The character of this team, "It would have been easy down 2-0 to just play it out but everyone in the room wanted the win."
  • On the Hagelin goal, "you could feel the lift on the bench and on the ice. It lifted everyone's spirits."
  • On being down 2-0, "you are down 3-0 in the series and 2-0 in the game but our character, our leadership wouldn't quit. We worked hard to get to this point to mail it in. We were playing it right to the end."
  • On finding out Brad Richards isn't playing, "It's tough. He is one of the leaders on this team. He is a well liked guy and a great player. It's the other side of the business. The guys knew we had a game to play and we focused on that."
  • On talking with Richards, "We talk to each other everyday. We are pretty close, but you are worried about the game, what is at hand and what needs to be done."
  • On the PP, "That was big. Not even scoring on it, our PP looked? lot better. For us to come back we need to get the PP going and I think we had a good start with that last night."
  • On winning game five, "that is our mindset. We want to get it back to NY. We know they are going to come out hard and try to close it out, but our focus is on getting it back to NY."
  • On Chris Kreider, "You can see him growing through the season. It's not an easy thing to do to have the playoffs that he did and then just jump into the regular season. There are ups and downs and processes to being a pro. My first season I went through the same thing with ups and downs before I eventually stuck. Kreids has been great with it. He went to Hartford with a positive attitude, he worked hard. Anytime he has been around the room and not playing he has been positive. Scoring last night will be good for his confidence and he will hopefully get going. He is a powerful skater and has a hard shot."
  • On Tortorella coaching young players, "I don't know if he is tough. He is honest with them and lets them know what they need to be doing. Sometimes when you are a young guy it's what you need, you need to be told you made a mistake and that you need to be better or you won't get that ice time. It's part of the business. How he approaches young guys, I don't think it's a problem how he coaches young guys."
  • On the fan reaction to Henrik Lundqvist, cheering his name, after the Bruins went up 3-2, "To be honest I didn't notice it but it's not surprising. He kept us in there, for years he has been the backbone of this team. The fans know that and the players on the bench certainly know that. It's well deserved if that is what they did."
  • On the team the day after, "you gotta feel good about things. It helped our confidence to get our first? win. We are excited to get to Boston because you get a sense of life and energy after you get that first one."
  • On talking about how Boston blew a 3-0 lead, "We haven't talked about it. It's a different team over there and it's a new situation and we have to create our own story."
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Following the Rangers 4-3 OT win on Thursday, Derek Brassard Daily News that the pressure is on Boston after they let Montreal force a game seven after being up 3-1 in the series. Brassard said that a Rangers comeback is possible and while it may be tough, the Rangers have shown that they aren't going to quit.

Brian Boyle said on MSG last night that the Bruins should expect a fight through the rest of the series and that the Rangers aren't going to just lay down and die.

John Tortorella said on MSG Thursday, "There shouldn't be pressure on us. We should go play. We put ourselves in a hole but there shouldn't be pressure. We should have fun. Don't think about what you have to climb, think about the next game."

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In the past two seasons, the Rangers have played in seven elimination games and won six of them.

  • In 2012 they beat the Senators in game seven and game seven and beat the Capitals in game seven.
  • In 2013, the Rangers beat the Capitals in game six and seven and they beat the Bruins on Thursday.
The Rangers only loss in an elimination game was in overtime to the Devils last year.

On the team's success in these games,?John Tortorella said that it was because "there is no give" with the Rangers.

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At 8:39 last night, Carl Hagelin scored after a backhand attempt fluttered off of the stick of Johnny Boychuck and past a fallen Tuuka Rask who tripped over himself and left the net open.

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The Rangers had eight shots on goal in the second period and five of them came after that goal. Prior to the goal, the Rangers had six shots on goal.

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In the Boston Globe, Dan Shaughnessy writes that New York is not a hockey town and that he has been in the City since Monday and has felt no buzz for this Rangers team.

He says that is "impossible" to have a hockey culture in NY because the people didn't grow up "breathing Zamboni fumes" and that in terms of hockey towns, New York can never be Toronto, Detroit or Boston.

Shaughnessy writes "When Mark Messier and friends won their Cup in 1994, the Rangers lost that special something that the Red Sox had prior to winning in 2004. They ceased to be the ?long-suffering? Rangers. They became just another team. If not for their proximity to Penn Station, the Rangers might just as well be the New York Islanders."

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Yesterday, Pierre McGuire was on TSN Radio and spoke about the Rangers current situation and the questions they will need to answer when their season ends.

McGuire said that a major debrief will need to take place when the Rangers season ends and the following questions need to be answered:

  • Why is their power play anemic?
  • Why have they had this inconsistency when it comes to offense?
  • Do they need to change some of their core players?
  • Should Brad Richards be a New York Ranger next year or should they use an amnesty buyout?
McGuire said that these are questions that needed to be answered whether the Rangers win or lose against the Bruins.

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SNY.tv recapr takes a look at how the media reacted to the Rangers? 0-3 series deficit vs. the Bruins.

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In less than two minutes, recapr covers the media?s reaction to New York?s sports stories, pulling together multiple angles and viewpoints ? from Twitter to text to talk radio ? giving you the whole story in one place.

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With last night's loss to the Bruins, the Rangers ended a 99 game streak of not losing in regulation when taking a lead into the third period.

The Rangers were 16-0-0 in the regular season when leading after two periods.

In the NY Post, when describing this streak, Mark Cannizaro writes that Lundqvist with a lead is like "Mariano Rivera with pads and a mask."

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Game Notes from the Rangers:

  • The Rangers will face-off against the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden (7:30 p.m. ? TV: NBC Sports Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7), in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal series. The Blueshirts trail in the series, 2-0, following a 5-2 loss in Game 2 on Sunday at TD Garden. The Rangers enter the contest with a 212-231-8 record all-time in 451 playoff contests (119-88-2 at home; 93-143-6 on the road). New York has posted a 37-42 record all-time in Game 3s.
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In a video at NHL.com, Barry Melrose explained how he thinks the Rangers should approach their 2 for 36 power play.

"The story of the Rangers power play in this series, or lack there of, has pretty much turned into a joke. Questions are asked everyday. I think they should handle it as something not to worry about and think that they are going to win without the power play. Boston won the Stanley Cup without a power play a couple of years ago and the Rangers need to start thinking the same way. The PP right now is a disaster."

Update: 4:06PM: Pierre McGuire talked about the Rangers power play earlier today. His comments are below.

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The NHL has announced that a potential game five between the Bruins and Rangers would take place at 5:30PM on Saturday.

The game will be on the NBC Sports Network.

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The Rangers are tied with the San Jose Sharks for most power play opportunities, 36, in the playoffs.

They have scored on two of their opportunities and were 0-5 on the PP last night.

The Rangers had seven shots on the power play last night:

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Last night, on the ESPN Radio post game show, Dave Maloney said that watching this series was starting to remind him of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final between the Bruins and Canucks.

Maloney said, "two years ago the Boston Bruins intimidated the top players out of the series. Gregory Campbell chops at Rick Nash and he goes to the bench. You can not have your top guys turn away at this time of the year. Is he gonna fight Campbell, no. But you can't turn away. The Bruins are playground bullies and if you allow them to get away with it they will. I don't mean to be critical of Rick Nash, but if you let them chop you from behind and cross check you, punch you..... they will do it."

Deb Placey said on the post game show that Nash seems like the kind of guy who sees winning as the ultimate revenge rather than taking action against a player who chips him.

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Game Notes from the Rangers:

  • The Rangers will face-off against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden (3:00 p.m. ? TV: NBC; Radio: ESPN 98.7), in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal series. The Blueshirts trail in the series, 1-0, following a 3-2 overtime loss in Game 1 on Thursday at TD Garden. The Rangers enter the contest with a 212-230-8 record all-time in 450 playoff contests (119-88-2 at home; 93-142-6 on the road). New York has posted a 45-50-2 record all-time in Game 2s.
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Yesterday when he met with the media, John Tortorella said that there aren't many on-ice adjustment he wants to make for the Rangers, but there are some off the ice adjustments that need to be made.

Tortorella said, "to me it's not so much on the ice, there are some other adjustments we have to go through, but I'm not gonna tell you. A lot of it really isn't on the ice."

When pressed for more information, Tortorella said that he didn't want to talk about it before saying he would answer it later in the series.

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On the game winning goal on Thursday night, the Rangers had a 3 on 2 developing with Derick Brassard, Ryan McDonagh and Rick Nash.

Brassard tried to make a pass across the zone to Nash for a scoring chance but Zdeno Chara tipped the puck and the Bruins went in on the offense and won the game.

John Tortorella said yesterday, when he met with the media, "it's the right play. It's the right play. If the puck gets over to Nasher it's a great scoring chance.

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Following the Rangers loss to the Bruins, Mats Zuccarello said that he didn't think the Rangers played up to level that they expect to be at.

Ryan Callahan said on MSG after the game, "we felt like we were right there, we have dealt with this before. It happened twice in the Washington series and we will take two days and regroup."

John Tortorella said on Thursday,"if we are going to win our next game we need to be better."

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During John Tortorella's press conference today, Jesse Spector of the Sporting News asked a question with the theme being "if you didn't look at his stats, how would you evaluate Rick Nash's play in the playoffs."

Tortorella said that it was a tricky question and one that he didn't know how to answer.

Tortorella rephrased the question and asked Spector if he was trying to ask if Nash was playing well enough.

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Last night the Rangers were 0-3 on the power play and had shot on goals from John Moore (1), Brad Richards (1) and Rick Nash (1).

The Bruins had four PP opportunities, scored on one of them and fired six on goal during their PP in overtime.

Henrik Lundqvist said on MSG last night, "special teams was the difference. They won it 1-0. That is going to the the case. We talked about it in the first round and we need to get it done but we didn't."

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In the Rangers game one loss to the Bruins, the Rangers were credited with 17 giveaways.

  • Derick Brassard and Ryan Callahan both had three
  • Brad Richards and Rick Nash had two
  • Taylor Pyatt, Derek Stepan, Mats Zuccarello, Ryan McDonagh, John Moore, Derek Dorsett and Anton Stralman had one.
The Bruins were credited with four.

The Rangers had a total of 60 against the Capitals.

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First Period:

Second Period:

  • Zdeno Chara 2 (Assists: David Krejci 9, Nathan Horton 4)
  • Ryan McDonagh 1 (Assists: Rick Nash 3, Derick Brassard 8)
Third Period:
  • Derek Stepan 3 (Assists: Carl Hagelin 3, Ryan Callahan 3)
  • Torey Krug 1 (power play) (Assists: Dougie Hamilton 1, Brad Marchand 4)
Overtime:
  • Brad Marchand 1 (Assists: Patrice Bergeron 2, Zdeno Chara 8)
Stats:

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Game Notes from the Rangers:

  • The Rangers will face-off against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden (7:30 p.m. ? TV: NBC Sports Network; Radio: Bloomberg Radio), in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal series. New York is coming off a 5-0 win on Monday at Verizon Center, in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against the Washington Capitals. The Rangers enter the contest with a 212-229-8 record all-time in 449 playoff contests (119-88-2 at home; 93-141-6 on the road). New York has posted a 44-48-5 record all-time in Game 1s.
  • The Rangers and Bruins are meeting in the playoffs for the 10th time overall, and the first time in 40 years. Their last postseason encounter was in the 1973 Quarterfinals, a series won by New York 4-1. Overall, the Blueshirts have a 3-6 playoff series record vs. the Bruins, posting an 18-22-2 mark in 42 postseason contests.
  • The Rangers have won 11 of their last 15 regular season games against the Bruins, including seven of their last nine meetings, and are 22-7-2 against Boston since 2005-06
  • The Blueshirts are 5-1-0 in their last six regular season games at TD Garden, having out-scored the Bruins, 15-10, over the span
  • Henrik Lundqvist has started in 27 consecutive regular season games against Boston, dating back to Jan. 13, 2007
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On the radio today in Washington, via Wysh, Adam Oates was asked about John Tortorella's remarks that the Capitals spent the series complaining and that is why they lost the series.

Here is a transcript from the show:

  • Oates: He's out of line and should be worried about his own series. We didn't whine once during the series. I never complained, did you ever hear me complain?
  • Hosts: No, not you.
  • Oates: Ovi did after game seven. No one did before any game. I met the supervisor before game seven. You meet with the supervisor before every single game. We never complained about anything.
  • Host: (Jokingly) Could you beat Torts up in a one on one situation?
  • Oates: Yes.....easily.
Following game six, Troy Brouwer said that it was "outlandish" that the Caps didn't get a power play.
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At Rangers practice yesterday, Andrew Gross noted that Ryan McDonagh was skating with Anton Stralman and that Dan Girardi was skating with Michael Del Zotto.

Girardi told NHL.com yesterday that unlike the Capitals with Alex Ovechkin, the Bruins don't just have one guy to contain.

The Bruins skated yesterday with a top six of:

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9:34AM:At the 2012 NHL All-Star Game skills competition, Zdeno Chara took a slap shot that that hit 108.8 MPH.

Bruins coach Claude Julien yesterday was asked about the Rangers blocking Chara's shots and Julien said that John Tortorella won't care who is taking the shot and that he wants his players to block them, there?s not too often I can tell you I?m 100 percent sure, but I?m 100 percent sure that?s the message he?ll be giving them. That?s their business. That?s what they want to do. It?s served them well. It?s got them where they are right now."

Julien added that a main focus for the Bruins will be getting pucks to the net and creating traffic in front of Lundqvist, something he says that Washington had trouble doing.

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According to a report by Katie Carerra in the Washington Post, Capitals captain Alexander Ovechkin blocked a Ryan McDonagh shot in the first period of game six that resulted in a hairline fracture in his left foot.

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In game six, Ovechkin had five shots on goal, three shots that were blocked and four that missed the net.

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The Rangers and Bruins last played over three months ago.

In that game, Rick Nash pulled off an incredible move that led to a Carl Hagelin goal.

http://youtu.be/2YlssJ9G5U8

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Following the Rangers game seven win over the Capitals, Henrik Lundqvist told Katie Carerra of the Washington Post, "the great thing is we managed to win the series without playing our absolute best.?At NHL.com, Lundqvist added that the Rangers need to be a lot better against the Bruins if they want to win this series.

On the focus of the team,?Ryan McDonagh said yesterday that it doesn't matter if the Rangers start the series at home or on the road. McDonagh added that the Rangers grew together as a team during the first round series and they now have experience that can help them, "we learned a lot about ourselves in the last series and you are never down and out no matter where you are in the series."

On the Bruins, Henrik Lundqvist said yesterday, "we know we can beat them, but they are a tough team to play against. It's tough games, intense and we need to expect that they will come hard. We need to look forward to the challenge. We managed to take care of business in the end and I am glad that we still have the opportunity to keep playing."

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While on the Michael Kay Show and Mike Francessa show yesterday, John Tortorella spoke about how he felt the Capitals did a lot of complaining about penalties in their first round series against the Rangers and how the Rangers did the opposite in shutting up and just playing the game.

Tortorella said today that he felt a big reason why the Rangers were able to beat the Capitals was because the Capitals spent so much time whining and complaining.

After game one, where the Rangers took 5 penalties, they took:

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The Boston Bruins defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs in seven games to advance to the second round of the playoffs.

In their first round series, the Bruins

  • scored 22 goals and allowed 18.
  • had 300 hits in their series, the Rangers had 287
  • blocked 92 shots, the Rangers blocked 161
  • were 60% on faceoffs and the Rangers were 49.2%
  • averaged 39 shots per game (#1 in the league) Rangers averaged 29.3 shots per game
  • averaged 33.4 shots allowed per game (#12 in the league) Rangers averaged 32.3 shots against
  • are 3 for 20 on the PP. The Rangers are 2 for 28
  • are 16 for 21 on the PK. The Are are 13 for 16

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Prior to the playoffs, in the NY Post, Brad Richards spoke with Larry Brooks about what his and the Rangers mindset was heading into the second season and what lessons they learned in their run to the conference finals last year.

Richards said that the team learned about how hard it is to close out a game/series and that a team like the Rangers should grow from what they went through last year.

He then added that while the focus is on game one and going one game at a team, there is a bigger picture he is thinking about, "with the goaltending we have and the people we have, I go into this thinking we have a legitimate chance to win the Stanley Cup."

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The NHL has announced the schedule for the Rangers/Bruins series:

  • Game One: 5/16:? at 7:30PM NBC Sports Network
  • Game Two: 5/19:? at 3PM NBC
  • Game Three: 5/21 at 7:30PM NBC Sports Network

  • Game Four: 5:23 at 7PM CNBC
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    10:57PM:

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    10:37PM: First Period:

    • Arron Asham 2 (Assists: Chris Kreider 1)
    Second Period:
    • Taylor Pyatt 1 (Assists: Derek Dorsett 1, Steve Eminger 1)
    • Michael Del Zotto 1 (Assists: Derick Brassard 6, Rick Nash 2)
    Third Period:
    • Ryan Callahan 1 (Unassisted)
    • Mats Zuccarello 1 (Assists: Derick Brassard 7, Steve Eminger 2)
    Stats:

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    Game Notes from the Rangers:

    • The Rangers will face-off against the Washington Capitals at Verizon Center (8:00 p.m. ? TV: MSG Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7), in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal matchup. The series is currently tied at three games apiece, following a 1-0 win in Game 6 yesterday at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers enter the contest with a 211-229-8 record all-time in 448 playoff contests (119-88-2 at home; 92-141-6 on the road).
    • New York has posted a 5-5 record all-time in Game 7 of playoff series, including a 5-1 mark since 1992.
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    Following the Rangers win over the Caps yesterday, John Tortorella was asked about the playoffs and game sevens.

    Tortorella said, "The regular season crap means nothing. You make your legacy as a player in these type of situations. A number of our guys last year had a blast playing in these games. Some guys handle it, some guys don't. I don't want to use "this is what you play for" but that's what you play for, to get yourself into this type of situation and see what type of character you have as a player and as a team."

    He added that he thinks the two game sevens the Rangers went through last year will help them and he hopes that the experience is able to be passed on to the players without game seven experience.

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    One year and one day ago, the New York Rangers played the Washington Capitals in a game seven at Madison Square Garden.

    92 seconds into the game, Carl Hagelin took the puck around the net and gave a small pass to Brad Richards who one-timed the puck pat Braden Holtby to give the Rangers a 1-0 lead.

    http://youtu.be/6Yaqar8mJz4

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