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New York Rangers Blueshirts Daily:1/11/14

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Good Saturday morning to you!!! Kick your feet up and enjoy these great links with your oatmeal and shine in that glorious win last night. Here are today’s links from around the interwebs to get you caught up on news away from our wonderful site.

Lets start with that game winner from Rick Nash last night. We haven’t seen much from Nash recently and I’m sure that goal last night felt good to him. In case you didn’t see it, or if you just want to keep watching it, enjoy this. Full highlights don’t do the game justice but you’ll get the idea:


Also a feature of last night’s game were huge hits by Dan Carcillo, Brian Boyle, and Michael Del Zotto.

Here’s what Pat Leonard, of the New York Daily News, had to say about last night’s win. Any way you look at it, the team played well and finally got a little puck luck when it counted most.

If you missed our announcement yesterday, you can catch up on it here. It’s a simple way to win yourself some free tickets to the game of your choice. Follow the rules and don’t forget your hashtag, #IAmTheFan. Good Luck and let’s get a Ranger fan some tickets!! The contest is running in conjunction with several sites so represent our Rangers well and show the others which team has the best fans.

Something that is very important to all the teams who play in Madison Square Garden is the “Garden of Dreams” Foundation. This is a program which raises money through special events to give back to the children of the community. You can read more about the organization and follow their events here. You can even donate to the charity, if you are so inclined.

There’s your look at things Rangers for today. Wear you smiles into the world today and celebrate last night’s win with pride. Keep your eyes open for more articles through out the day!

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