Evan Sporer

  • joined Sep 10, 2013
  • last login Apr 19, 2014
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Steve Mason OUT for Game 2

Steve Mason practiced on Saturday, but still will be unavailable when the Rangers and Flyers meet on Easter Sunday.

The Rangers are hard to play against

The Rangers were a pretty difficult team to play against last night by most metrics.

McDonagh blue line dangle dot gif

Ryan McDonagh made a heady play at the blue line that led to the Rangers second power play goal last night.

Morning Notes: April 18

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Game 1: Rangers 4 Flyers 1

A dominant special teams showing by the Rangers pushed them past the Flyers 4-1 in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinals series.

Blackhawks and Blues evenly matched

The Blackhawks title defense will begin against a Blues team that does many of the same things right that Chicago does.

Morning Notes: April 17

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Renewed hatred

It's been 17 years since the Rangers and Flyers have played in the playoffs, but that will all change come Thursday.

McDonagh and Brassard IN, Mason OUT

A day ahead of Game 1 between the Rangers and Flyers, we're beginning to see how both teams' lineups might look like.

Morning Notes: April 16

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Analyzing new prospect Mat Bodie

Mat Bodie has been developing his game for four years, and it's paid off in the form of an NHL deal.

Morning Notes: April 15

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Vigneault's Rangers look for deeper run

Alain Vigneault was brought in to lead the Rangers to their first Stanley Cup since 1994. That mission officially begins on Thursday.

Bruins have the edge against Detroit

A year removed from losing in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Bruins are looking to return to the pinnacle of hockey.

Morning Notes: April 14

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Rangers first round schedule announced

The Rangers and Flyers will meet for the first time in the postseason since 1997, beginning this Thursday.

'The Gaudreau line' is no more

Two periods into that second loss against Holy Cross, Jerry York decided to juggle his lines, grouping Kevin Hayes on a line with Johnny Gaudreau and Bill Arnold. And thus, "the line" was born.

Gostisbehere shines in Philadelphia

In plain sight of Flyers brass, Shayne Gostisbehere put in an outstanding performance, leading Union to its first ever national championship.

Union—Minnesota line charts

College hockey is down to its last two teams, as Union will meet Minnesota in the national championship game Saturday in Philadelphia.

Rangers, Pouliot have mutual interest for deal

It's being reported Benoit Pouliot and the Rangers have mutual interest in keeping him in New York next season, and re-signing with the team.

Morning Notes: April 11

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Frozen Four: Justin Holl game-winner dot gif

There's goals, there's game-winning goals, and then there's shorthanded game-winning goals in the NCAA semifinals. That last scenario doesn't happen too often (like, ever) but it did Thursday night.

Frozen Four: Union 5, Boston College 4

Trailing by a goal midway through the third period, Boston College found itself on a five minute major with a chance to not only tie, but potentially take the lead against Union in the first semifinal of the Frozen Four.

Matt Bodie shot-fake dot gif

Through 20 minutes of the first semifinal at the Frozen Four, Union did not look the team that dominated the Bridgeport Regional two weeks ago.

Morning Notes: April 10

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Morning Notes: April 9

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

Boston College wins the Frozen Four if...

The Eagles have been led by a group of young defensemen all season, who will need a steady performance in Philadelphia for BC to come away nation champions.

The progression of USA Hockey

In the past decade, both the pedigree and size of USA Hockey have grown dramatically.

Rangers recall Jesper Fast

With only three games left in the regular season, the Rangers have recalled forward Jesper Fast from Hartford. Fast spent eight games up with the Rangers earlier this season when New York was battling injuries.

Morning Notes: April 7

Today's New York Rangers morning notes.

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