by Patrick Hoffman on 12/27/08 at 04:00 PM ET
Tonight, the New York Rangers (22-12-3) return from their two-day holiday break to take on the New Jersey Devils (19-11-3) at Madison Square Garden.
Luckily for the Blueshirts, the Devils played last night and got shutout by the Pittsburgh Penguins (19-12-4) so they may a bit tired. The Devils also haven’t scored a goal in regulation in seven period. On the other hand, that’s never stopped the Rangers from losing before so why should these be considered factors now?
The main note for tonight’s game is that defenseman Michal Rozsival is out tonight because of what the team is describing as family reasons. In his place will be Corey Potter.
Another interesting note is that Petr Prucha may not be playing tonight after all as he was on the ice along with Dan Fritsche after everyone else had gone off. Don’t think he’ll be laughing about this.
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