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2016/17 Rangers/Senators Regular Season Match-Up Largely Meaningless

The season series between the New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators doesn’t tell us much about their upcoming playoff match Ottawa won the series two games to one, but all three games were notable for who was missing from the lineup for each. Antti Raanta started two of the games for the Rangers, while New York was missing at least three of their regular forwards every game. Matt Puempel and Brandon Pirri played in all three games. The final game of the season series, the Rangers rested seven regular players, while Henrik Lundqvist was in his second game back following an injury.

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Which Rangers' Team Shows Up Now that Games are Meaningful?

Last season at this time, most honest Rangers’ fans knew that a first-round matchup against the Pittsburgh Penguins was going to be a bloodbath. And not the kind where your team has plenty of rest for their second-round appointment after a sweep of an inferior team, but rather one that ends with a quick trip to the golf course. That team’s defense was so awful that only a Herculean effort by Henrik Lundqvist kept even making the Stanley Cup Playoffs a possibility. The offense was good, but could in no way offset the blown coverages in the highest of scoring areas in front of the crease.

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Set Sail For The Atlantic

Let’s get one thing out of the way right off the bat—the Rangers are making the playoffs. At this point, it’s a foregone conclusion. Sports Club Stats has the Rangers at a 99.9% chance of making the playoffs with the Blueshirts currently sitting in the first Wild Card spot with 75 points. That’s 14 points […]