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Capitals brace for suddenly shot-happy Rangers

WASHINGTON -- The Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals renew a divisional rivalry Wednesday night when the New York Rangers visit Capital One Arena for the first of four meetings this season.New York will be playing for the second straight night after Tuesday's 3-2 shootout victory over the Colorado Avalanche.Mats Zuccarello

Subban, Predators edge new-look Rangers

The openly rebuilding New York Rangers didn’t get blown out of the water in their first game under new head coach David Quinn, but they didn’t have enough to beat the Nashville Predators, either.Pekka Rinne was quite sharp through a fairly tightly-played game, while P.K. Subban scored what was truly

PHT’s 2018-19 Eastern Conference predictions

There was plenty of change in the off-season in the Eastern Conference.In the Atlantic Division the Toronto Maple Leafs added John Tavares. Rasmus Dahlin landed with the Buffalo Sabres. Henrik Zetterberg is done playing hockey. Steve Yzerman is no longer general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning. After being traded

Rangers can make early statement vs. Predators

NEW YORK -- The Nashville Predators are widely considered one of the teams likeliest to contend for the Stanley Cup this season. The New York Rangers are ... not.But the Rangers will get an early opportunity to prove the prognosticators wrong Thursday night when they host the Predators in the

We’re Back!!

We are baaaaaack!It’s another start to the NHL season and this is the first column of the regular season. There’s lots to look forward to this season including the return of Ilya Kovalchuk to the NHL after five seasons in the KHL, John Tavares in Toronto, Erik Karlsson in San