Feb 7, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) stops Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby (87) on a shootout attempt at the CONSOL Energy Center. The Rangers won 4-3 in a shootout. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

New York Rangers Blueshirts Daily: 2/10/14

Hello New York Rangers fans! We’re getting closer to the Olympics, and as the Rangers stars and players from all over the National Hockey League and the world converge on Sochi to make history, all we can do is get excited and hope that the best (Team USA, of course!) finds victory and a gold medal. Anyway, here are the morning links:

As the NHL takes a few weeks off to let it’s players take part in Sochi, they leave with a metropolitan division that is much different then the one at the beginning of the season, this division is heating up, but what are each team’s strengths and weaknesses? Here’s a bit on that.

There’s been some debate on which Olympic team is going to have the best goalie in Sochi, of course as Rangers fans WE know who the best goalie traveling to Russia is, and apparently so does NHL.com, here’s a look at that.

There’s good news and bad news in Rangers land, the good news is, the power play is back in the top 10 in the NHL! The bad news is, the penalty kill has fallen out of the top 10 in the NHL, here’s where you can find all those statistics.

On Saturday night, Montreal Canadiens and Team USA forward Max Pacioretty was injured and had to be helped off the ice, as the people at USA hockey held their breath, Pacioretty seemed to be ok and said he would play in Sochi. Here’s that story.

There’s the daily links to the news that you guys all need to know! Keep checking the site for great articles and have a great day! Smile, the Olympics are here!


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