It’s another New York Rangers game day, and the Rangers and its fans cannot be more excited to get this game started, so we can forget about what happened in San Jose.
Crazy game last night, as the St. Louis Blues won by an Alexander Steen shot with 21 seconds left, and defeated the defending Stanley Cup champs 3-2.
Speaking of defending Stanley Cup Champs, the 2011-12 champs the Los Angeles Kings defeated the Ottawa Senators in overtime last night 4-3. Jeff Carter netted his 3 and 4 goals of the game, with his 4 being the game winner. Dustin Brown also chipped in his first two goals of the season for Los Angeles.
Brad Stuart of San Jose will get a 3 game suspension for his hit to the head of Rick Nash. Speaking of Nash no word on if he’ll play tonight against the Ducks, but it really doesn’t look good. We’ll get more information right after the morning skate with updates from the team.
Alright it's a #NYRGameDay and it's time for some redemption from the embarrassment that was. I expect these guys to come out with fire!
— Steven David (@Garts2point2) October 10, 2013
Very simple for the NYR. They beat a very physical tough LA team! Frame that game & bring that compete & high octane energy every game!
— John Dimatteo (@JohnNyrs1994) October 10, 2013
Henrik Lundqvist in 2006. Such subtle imagery, Getty photographer! http://t.co/owVziq6ypV
— Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski) October 9, 2013
Goal of the night
I like game winners, here’s Steen’s goal last night against Chicago:
Blueline Station News
Since I (Shawn) did so well last night on Rangers talk on New York Internet Hockey Radio, Chris (aka Boats) and this site have teamed up to produce a 2 hour live show that will start next Thursday. Big thanks to Chris and his new venture as we could not be more excited. Send in your questions now ([email protected]), tweet us your questions (@BlueLineStation), call in on the show we’re going to love every second of it. See you all next Thursday!
Meanwhile, you can listen to last nights show here. I start at the 10 minute mark, and continue to the very end.