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  • Kings are denied a Game 4 clincher by Rangers, 2-1

    Kings are denied a Game 4 clincher by Rangers, 2-1
    Symmetry took the night off. It could have been such a tidy completed hockey circle, two Stanley Cups clinched by the Kings exactly two years apart. But the Kings will have to wait two more days to get another shot at winning their second Stanley Cup....
  • Kings won't let themselves off hook, never mind that immovable puck

    Kings won't let themselves off hook, never mind that immovable puck
    The puck squirted to the New York Rangers' goal line and halted dead in its vulcanized rubber tracks. Just stopped. Refused to move. Sat there alone and untouched. A shiny black hood ornament. A frozen omen. Twice during big moments of Game 4 of the...
  • Rangers 2, Kings 1

    The Sports Xchange By Everett Merrill, The Sports Xchange Rangers 2, Kings 1 NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers avoided a four-game sweep in the Stanley Cup finals, knocking off the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 in Game 4 on Wednesday at Madison Square Garden....
  • Rangers top Kings in Game 4, stay alive

    NEW YORK Shown on the Madison Square Garden scoreboard during separate first-period stoppages Wednesday night, former New York Ranger Mark Messier, actor Michael J. Fox and tennis legend John McEnroe each held up four fingers, apparently their way of...
  • Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4

    Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4
    NEW YORK — If the weight of history holds form, if the inexorable grind does leave the Rangers in a heap of California dust, the Los Angeles Kings might be remembered as the most resilient playoff team in North American history. Earlier this...
  • Lundqvist brilliant as Rangers stay alive vs. Kings

    EditorsNote: typo fix in lede Lundqvist brilliant as Rangers stay alive vs. Kings NEW YORK -- Henrik Lundqvist was superb on the ice, but got a little help from the hockey gods as the New York Rangers avoided a four-game sweep in the Stanley Cup...
  • Controlling the faceoff is critical to the game of hockey

    Controlling the faceoff is critical to the game of hockey
    His hands gripped the hockey stick a little tighter as he glided into the faceoff circle. Jarret Stoll spread his skates wide, crouching low to the ice, positioning himself nose-to-nose with his opponent. It was early in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup...
  • New York Rangers aren't exactly upbeat during practice

    Grumpy and sullen? For sure. Beaten? Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final will reveal that. The New York Rangers practiced Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, but their activity couldn't hide the fact that they trail the Kings, 3-0, with elimination...
  • Drew Doughty, Justin Williams making strong cases for playoff MVP

    Drew Doughty, Justin Williams making strong cases for playoff MVP
    It is proving to be a taut competition, changing by the game, shifting momentum and all that you come to expect at the highest level of sport. The Stanley Cup Final? Not exactly. Things have a way of turning in a playoff series — just ask...
  • Low-Key Quick Makes A Splash — But Quietly

    Low-Key Quick Makes A Splash — But Quietly
    NEW YORK — The last time Jonathan Quick played at Madison Square Garden he was with the Pee Wee Rangers. It was 16 years ago. He was 12. On Monday night, in his first NHL appearance in Manhattan, the Connecticut kid was as big as the stage, as...
  • Rangers just can't catch a break in series against Kings

    Rangers just can't catch a break in series against Kings
    The New York Rangers continued to dwell on the little breaks the Kings are receiving, but they again mustered no sufficient response except for post-loss explanations. "At some point, you're going to have to need some puck luck and we don't have any...
  • Jonathan Quick at his best puts Kings at doorstep of Cup championship

    Jonathan Quick at his best puts Kings at doorstep of Cup championship
    Jonathan Quick has been on hockey's biggest stage before and, as it turns out, he has played in one of its classic arenas before, too. Quick grew up in Hamden, Conn., and among his fondest childhood memories is playing at Madison Square Garden with...