Bergen Record - Rangers' 2-1 loss to Bruins puts them in 3-0 series hole
Bergen Record - Sullivan: Henrik Lundqvist runs out of steam with little help
Bergen Record - Rangers notes: Anton Stralman hurt
Bergen Record - Bruins use complete effort
New York Post - Rangers shoved to brink after blowing third-period lead
New York Post - No one besides Lundqvist stepping up
New York Post - Bruins’ scrappy fourth-liners take over Garden
New York Times - Bruins Take Control of Game and Series
Wall Street Journal - Loss Puts Rangers' Backs to the Wall
Newsday - Rangers not getting job done
Rangers are done. It's the Bruins vs Lundquist and that's not gonna work for the blueshirts. They may squeeze out a win Thursday and let Boston finish at home, but this team has shown me nothing to make me begin to entertain the thought of them making the big comeback.
It will be interesting to see what happens this summer. I will keep coming to the blog and try to add to the conversation. Here's hoping, with this season behind them, they will take a breather and then get about their business. Hopefully some wise decisions this summer and a strong camp will bode well for the Rangers next season.
This team has been inconsistent all shortened-season long. Our lack luster play should come as a surprise to no one who has been paying attention. I think we overachieved and flamed out after the Crapitals series.
No desire, passion or determination last night. Back in '94, it was reported that Keenan had also "lost" the team during the Devils series. Difference is that the ''94 team was stacked with Edmonton Oilers, who were cup tested. This team is bereft of that type of player, and Brad Richards doesn't count, as he hasn't yet shown up for training camp. Even though Torts has brought this franchise back to respectability, not sure if his tenure will continue, should the Rangers lose the series.