by Patrick Hoffman on 01/13/09 at 05:05 PM ET
The New York Rangers have won two of their last four games (had a 2-1 OT loss to the Buffalo Sabres and 6-3 spanking at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens) and look to continue their strong defensive play and timely goal scoring when they take on the New York Islanders tonight at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
After head coach Scott Gordon explained to the media that he wants to play his youngsters more, it’s easy to think that the Rangers may skate all over the Isles tonight and come up with two points. However folks, remember that this is the Blueshirts and that they’ve lost games like this to the Isles before.
As such, Rangers’ head coach Tom Renney is keeping the same lineup he used on Saturday night in the team’s 2-0 shutout victory over the Ottawa Senators. This means that Aaron Voros and Dan Fritsche will once again be scratches.
It should be a fun one tonight as Rangers/Isles games always brings an entertaining brand of hockey to the table. Hopefully, it will be an entertaining brand that brings the Rangers another two points in the standings.
For more Ranger Reading, check out the following links:
- Sam Weinman’s Rangers Report
- Steve Zipay’s Blue Notes
- Andrew Gross’s Ranger Rants
- Dubi Silverstein’s Blueshirt Bulletin (Subscribe to the magazine if you want to read even more Rangers content at BB+)
- Scotty Hockey
- SNY Rangers Blog
- New York Rangers web site
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