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"An East vs West Battle!" Heading into Friday nights game (11/20) between the Philadelphia Flyers and the San Jose Sharks the two teams stood at #1 and #2 in goals for to Goals Against. The Flyers held the down the #1 spot with an impressive +20 with the Sharks right behind them at +19. Read more on An East vs West Battle between the Sharks and Flyers here.

"Rangers Long Rest Don't Help" Three Days off for the Rangers and they came out like they played thee games right before this one in the same day. Florida went right to work as they played three in four nights winning a big game in OT the night before in the Detroit. It was Florida's first win in Detroit since 1996. Read the Rangers long rest full article along with video clip here.

"Rangers can't ride Gaborik" Another night of Ranger hockey and another night of Marian Gaborik putting points up on the board. Just 1:16 into the hockey game Gaborik's quick release made the back of the net to give the Rangers a quick 1-0 lead. Alexander Ovechkin making his first game back from injury looked like he didn't miss a beat. Read the the rest of Rangers can't ride Gaborik here.

"2009-10 New York Rangers, A Blue Print of a season ago? " Last season the Rangers started off 10-2-1 then quickly began to play .500 hockey. Because of their great start all they needed to do was basically stay .500 the rest of the way and they would pretty much be in the playoffs. As the playoffs looked to be at risk because of a horrible month of February the Rangers made a move in coaching releasing Tom Renny and hiring Stanley Cup winning coach tuff J. Tortorella. Read the rest of the Rangers report here.

"Who's the Tuffest team in the Atlantic? Pt. 1" With the Devils and Penguins leading the Division with 28 points, the Flyers, Rangers and Islanders are all tied with 23. With that being said the whole division is only separated by five points. All though we are only a quarter of the way through the NHL season, if it would end today the whole division would make the playoffs. The full story of the Tuffest is here.

" A Hall of Famer Retires" Brendan Shanahan started his career in New Jersey and also played with the St. Louis Blues, Hartford Whalers, Detroit Redwings and the NY Rangers before returning to Jersey yet again announced his retirement on Nov. 17th. Shanahan was the Devils first round pick in the 1987 draft and second over all at the very young age of 18. Read the rest of a Hall of Famer Retires here.



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