Tag: NHL

NYR/OTT Round 2 Game 1 Review: Rangers Need a “My Shiney Hiney” To Pry Their Heads Out of Their Asses, Only Three Players Show Up, Dominating Lundqvist Effort Wasted, Glass > Pavel “Wide-Right” Buchnevich, No Intensity, Ottawa Fans Are A Bigger Joke Than This Game & More

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. Tonight, the Rangers dropped the first game of their best of 7 second round series with the Ottawa Senators, losing 2-1. For Ranger fans, this was an ugly loss, because the whole game felt like those end of the season “Hank tune-up” games, where […]

THE MASSIVE PURE GLEE DOUBLE BLOG: The Rangers Move to the 2nd Round, The $$$ Stars Shine In Round 1, First Round Report Card, My Electrifying Experience at M$G During Game 6, RANGERSTOWN in NYC, Corsi Garbage, Ticket Scalping, Stubhub, Ottawa On Tap, Let The Brassard vs Z-Bad Debates Begin, Cam Talbot & Much More NHL/Ranger Thoughts & Opinions

NOTE: WELCOME TO THE FIRST EVER DOUBLE BLOG. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m just a fan with an opinion on many topics. I do not care about website hits or web traffic, because I do not profit off this site. I could break a 6000 word blog into four different blogs for quadruple the traffic, […]

NYR/MTL Round 1 Game 5 Review: Rangers Win an OT Thriller; Can Eliminate the Habs at M$G on Saturday, Lundqvist & Nash Continue to Dominate, Mika Enshrines Himself in NYR Lure, Will Stepan & Kreider Ever Show Up, Vally & Duguay On Point, Holden Needs Wood Under His Ass & Much More From The Biggest Heart-Pumping Win of the Season

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. Tonight, the Rangers just defeated the Montreal Canadiens, 3-2, in OT, to give the Rangers a 3-2 edge in their best of 7 series. With Game 6 at MSG on Saturday night, the Rangers have given themselves a chance to put away these French […]

New York Rangers 2016-2017 Season Report Card: Grading Every Single New York Ranger & NYR Team Staff At The End of the Regular Season. Plus: NYR/MTL First Round Preview!

NOTE: This blog is a monster of a blog, clocking in at 7000+ words. I probably could’ve broken it up into three separate parts, but I’m not really concerned about site hits or crap like that. After all, this is a fan blog, not a business. I know this is a doozy, so feel free […]

NYR/PITT 4/9 Review: Rangers Close the Season With Class, American Rangers Shine, Captain Mac Named Team MVP, Zuccarello Repeats as Steve McDonald Award Winner, A Swedish Goalie Finally Beats Pittsburgh, Early Playoff Predictions & Much More, as NYR Now Try To Take Down The French Canadiens

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. This is going to be a short one tonight, but I promise a bunch of content before the playoffs start. I’m even doing a guest spot on the “Hudson Valley Hockey Podcast” this week, so I’ll plug that once that is online. I opted […]

Return of BCBS: Looking at NY Rangers vs Montreal Canadiens In The First Round, Hank’s Record in Montreal, NYR Closes The Season With 3 “Meaningless” Games, The Olympic Debate, How American and Canadian Fans Differ, Remembering Kerri Strug & Why I Have To Agree with Bettman, Cam Talbot Proves To Every Nay-Sayer That He’s an NHL Starter & More NHL/NYR Thoughts & Opinions

What’s up everyone and welcome to a different type of blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. Since I last left you, Henrik Lundqvist & the Rangers lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a shootout. I blogged about that game here: NYR/PITT 3/31 Review: Crosby Owns Lundqvist Again; Lundqvist Winless Since Return, Explaining Why Crosby Is Dirty, MSG […]

NYR/ANA 3/26 Review: Five Past Lundqvist (BUT IT’S NOT HIS FAULT!), Admitting Lundqvist Has Peaked, Crappy Refs, Are the Rangers Destined To Be One & Done Let’s Chew Gum, Stepan & Nash Both Score In The Same Game Again, Watching The Inevitable But Knowing You Can’t Do Anything About It, Kevin Klein Returns But MSG Ignores It & Much More From An Ugly Loss

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. In case you missed last night’s late game, you can get my 5000 word manifesto on King Raanta’s shutout here: NYR/LA 3/25 Review: King Raanta Shuts Out & BEATS LA, The Return of Lundqvist & Wondering How Long His Leash Will Be in the […]

Farewell to the Joe: My Trip to Detroit with Tons of Pictures, Another Venue That’s Better than M$G, Bob Probert “Tough Guy”, Caesar’s Windsor, Gretzky Whisky and Artie Lange Stand-Up Reviews, The Detroit/Windsor Tunnel, Crazy Cell Phone Bills For Residents, & More from MoTown

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. This is a different blog than the normal ones I do, as this isn’t about the Rangers/Detroit game on Sunday night. This blog will be about my travels, with a few reviews tossed in. As I’ve talked about through the seasons, my friends and […]

NYR/FLA 3/7 Review: The Glassiah Wins The Broadway Hat & Leads The Rangers To Victory; NYR Spay The Cats in MSG South, PP Gets a Golden Sombrero For Futility, Rangers Raise Ticket Prices Nearly 100% on Season Ticket Holders, Lundqvist Climbs Up The Ladder In Two Milestones, Update on Frank Boucher (Relatives Found!) & More From A Night Where GLASSAMANIA WAS RUNNIN’ WILD!

This is gonna be a fun one! What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. The Rangers just finished declawing (feline puns, get it?) the Florida Panthers, winning 5-2. For the Rangers, as I said last night, this was essentially a home game. Give credit where credit is due, the Rangers finally […]

NYR/WSH 2/28 Review: The “ShattenCup” & Thoughts on The Trade, Selling a NYR Cup Dream, Ovi & Lundqvist Still Vying for a Cup, NHL Screws Me Out of $400+, Rangers Lose To Washington For The 1st Time This Season, “The MeTRIO”, Rangers Injured; But AV Hurts The Team The Most & Much More From a Loss & a Trade That I Don’t Think Will Have Any Bearing on the Playoffs

What’s up everyone and welcome to another beautiful blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. There’s a lot to get into, so let’s get right to it. The Rangers hosted and lost to the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night, with a final of 4-1. I’m not angry about this loss, because in the big picture, it kinda works […]