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NYR/NYI 3/22 Review: Alain Vigneault Costs the Rangers Two Points & Sends Panic Throughout Rangerstown, “Special” Teams Continue To Defecate On Ability To Close Games & Cuckold Fans, Stepan Needs to Earn PP Time, The Rangers Miss Dan Girardi More Than They Miss Lundqvist, Reviewing The New Enforcer Documentary “ICE GUARDIANS” & More From The Worst Ranger Loss of the Season

NOTE: This furious blog is being presented to you by Labatt Blue & Gretzky’s Whisky! What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. This is a blog I rather not be writing. After tonight’s loss, my time would much be better served watching “Law & Order SVU” on my DVR & going […]

NYR/NJD 3/21 Review: Rangers “Scott Norwood” Themselves to an Overtime Loss at The Rock, Big Picture, Penalty Kill Becoming a Problem, Joe Micheletti & His “Little Things”, Rangers Try To Get Tough Without Glass, Schneider & Raanta Come Up Big & More

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. Unfortunately, this will be a quick one, due to a 3:45AM alarm clock in my future. Tomorrow night will be a bit longer, as I want to review the new “Ice Guardians” documentary I saw, comment on James Dolan, plus give some thoughts on […]

NYR/TBL 3/6 Review: King Raanta Shuts Out The Bolts in a 1-0 OT Pressure Cooker, The Era of “The Glassiah” Tanner Glass Begins & Why He Should Be Appreciated, My Favorite Picture of the Game, Benoit Allaire, Ranger Problems Still Glaring With A DOA PP & Scoring Drought, Will Nash Turn The Corner & More From A Game Raanta Stole For the Rangers

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com! The Rangers just defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning, 1-0, in OT. Here’s the current mood:   Despite some fans calling this game “meaningless”, before the puck dropped, I wouldn’t subscribe to that theory. While I understand this wasn’t a “must-win” game, the Rangers needed […]

NYR/MTL 3/4 Review: Lundswiss Exposed Against Another Top Team Again, Rangers Look Softer than the M$G Toilet Paper, Canadiens Dominate & Man-Handle NYR, Lundswiss Now 1-9 Against CBJ/PITT/MTL (But It’s Not His Fault!), Talbot Making History in Edmonton, & Much More From A Depressing & Concerning Loss from M$G

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. It’s extremely late as I type this out and I may have indulged in one or twenty beers before attempting this blog. Spell & grammar check be damned, let’s get into it. I attended the 4-1 drubbing of the New York Rangers, courtesy of […]

NYR/BOS 3/2 Review: The Patchwork Rangers Don’t Give Up; Remain The Best 3rd Period Team in the NHL & Beat a Potential Second Round Playoff Team, Lundqvist & Micheletti Shine on Hank’s Birthday, Upcoming NYR Fundraiser & Much More From a Sloppy Feel-Good Win

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. In case you missed it, I added a blog in between Ranger games last night. You can check it out here: Gil Valle’s Raw Deal: The Untold Story Of NYPD’s “Cannibal Cop” Book Review & A Couple Of NHL Trade Deadline Thoughts   The […]

NYR/TOR 2/23 Review: Lundqvist & Andersen Shine in an Original 6 Goalie Clinic; Play with the Rangers Alumni, NYR Wins Shoot-Out, Conn Smythe Connection, MSG Hockey’s Show NYR Mount Rushmore, Rangers PK Outplays the Rangers PP Again, Waiting for Nash & Stepan To Break Out, AV Mixes Things Up, Non-Stop Playoff Seeding Changes & More From Another Feel-Good Come From Behind Win

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. After dropping a 3-2 shootout loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night at MSG, the Rangers rebounded in Toronto, winning a shootout themselves, with a final of 2-1. For the Rangers, they held their own against two other Original 6 teams vying for […]

NYR/MTL 2/21 Review: Carey Price & Henrik Lundqvist Look Ready For a Round One Match-Up; M$G Sounds Like a Funeral at the Idea Of It, Alain Vigneault Costs The Rangers a Point, Power-Play a Hot Mess of Poo-Poo and Trash, Plus More Rantings & Ravings

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. In my last blog, in the recap of the Rangers win over Washington, I talked a lot about playoff seedings & scenarios and why you can’t go nuts about them right now. In case you missed that blog, you can read it here: NYR/WSH […]

NYR/COL 2/11 Review: Kevin Klein Leads The Rangers To a Win Over Last Place Colorado, Evidence that James Dolan is a Racist, Fan Etiquette, WHERE IS MICHAEL GRABNER ON THE PP, Lundqvist Wins 400th Game of His Career, Ranking Lundqvist All Time, What Win 400 Really Means For Lundqvist, Insane Ticket Prices, Steiner Sports Puck Grabs, NYR Sweeps Homestand & More

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. As I start this blog, it’s past midnight. I have just returned home from the “World’s Most Famous Arena”, after the Rangers 4-2 victory over the last place Colorado Avalanche and feeling great about the victory! I got lucky, as my friend, who is […]

NYR/PHI 1/25 Review: Steve Mason & His Goal Post Beats The NY Rangers in One Of Those Types of Games in an 82 Game Season, Rangers Power Play Needs a Defibrillator, Shattenkirk Rumors, How To Make the NY Rangers Franchise Great Again, Rangers Head To Their Third Winter Break of The Season & More from a Loss You Really Can’t Get Too Upset About

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. Based on the emails, tweets and even that one Pony Express I’ve received (Relax, I made up the Pony Express thing!) this blog is reaching new readers. To all – thanks for reading. For the new readers – make sure to check out the […]

NYR/DET 1/22 Review: ZzzZzzZzz, Rangers Win a Snoozefest, Lundqvist Gets a Shutout in a Tortorella Game & More From The Most Boring & Sleepiest Win of the Season

What’s up everyone and welcome to another blog here on BlueCollarBlueShirts.com. As I write these words on my computer, I got the NFC Championship game on. The Rangers didn’t give much effort today in Detroit, in their 1-0 OT win, so I’m going to follow suit. Plus, I want to power through this blog and […]