What a statement game by the Rangers last night, huh? Callahan and John Moore scored last night for the Rangers in a convincing 2-0 win against their rival the Washington Capitals. Henrik Lundqvist has finally silenced his early season doubters, stopping all 22 Capital shots.
Our own Patrick Serao took at look at last nights game, and noted something very important: the East Coast is kind.
Also, in great news: Carl Hagelin is cleared for contact. He still has until 10/29, but now he can start testing his shoulder during practice, making sure he’s game ready for the game against the Islanders.
Ducks squeeked past the Flames last night with a score of 3-2.
12 games on the docket for the NHL tonight, with all local teams minus the Rangers playing tonight. Next Ranger game will be on Saturday against the Devils, who are playing the Senators tonight, and seeking their first win in regulation.
Also, be sure to tune in tonight to Blueshirt Radio at 7PM on NYIHR! Call us at 215-383-3747, use the hashtag #BluelineRadio, or just drop us an email [email protected], with your questions and comments. Tonight’s guests are Jared Sexton of Rangers Unlimited, and David Garrison from Fansided’s Pucks and Pitchforks, a New Jersey Devils Blog. Don’t miss out!
Holy crap, JT Miller's usage is ridiculous. Tougher assignments than Girardi. Corsi Rel QoC is highest on team. Why?
— Dave Shapiro (@BlueSeatBlogs) October 17, 2013
And in English that means, haha
— Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) October 17, 2013
Congrats to the King!
The good news is that Stepan is fine, no concussion
— NY Rangers Zone (@NYRangersZone) October 17, 2013
Very good news indeed!
Goal of the Night
Yes, Ryan Callahan’s goal last night has to be seen again:
Once again, see you all tonight!