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RANGERS: OT POINT LANDS RANGERS BACK IN FIRST

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NEW YORK RANGERS -1 at DETROIT RED WINGS -2 (OT)
Wednesday, Mar. 4, 2015, 8:00 p.m. ET
Joe Louis Arena – Detroit, MI
Rangers: 39-17-7 (85 pts)
Red Wings: 36-15-11 (83 pts)

BY: Then New York Rangers

TEAM NOTES:

  • POINT TAKEN – New York has earned at least one point in 12 of its last 13 contests (9-1-3) and in 15 of its last 17 contests (12-2-3). The Blueshirts have earned at least one point in 35 of their last 45 games (32-10-3), including 33 of their last 42 games (30-9-3) and 31 of their last 38 contests (28-7-3). The Rangers have also earned at least one point in 45 of their last 59 games (38-14-7), including 38 of their last 49 games (33-11-5).

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BECK: REMINDER ON NEW START TIME FOR SATURDAY’S PACK GAME

Hartford Wolf Pack Logo BY: Mitch Beck, Howlings

Just a note of reminder for all those who were planning on attending the Hartford Wolf Pack’s home game this Saturday, March 7 versus the Hershey Bears that the game time is going to be at 3:30 PM. 

You may recall that the original faceoff time was scheduled for a 7:00 PM start. That was changed because there was the possibility of another event being scheduled in the evening. That has since changed, but the game start was not going to be shifted back.

So once again, if you’re heading to Hartford this Saturday for the game against the bears, faceoff time is now 3:30 PM.

You can check back to Howlings for full coverage of the game.

RANGERS: SCHWARZENEGGER WOULD BE PROUD AS RANGERS, “GET TO THE CHOPPA” – DEFEAT PREDATORS

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NEW YORK RANGERS -4 vs. NASHVILLE PREDATORS -1
Monday, Mar. 2, 2015, 7:00 p.m. ET
Madison Square GardenNew York, NY
Predators: 41-16-7 (89 pts)
Rangers: 39-17-6 (84 pts)

BY: The New York Rangers

TEAM NOTES:

  • POINT TAKEN – New York has earned at least one point in 11 of its last 12 contests (9-1-2), and has won nine of its last 11 games (9-1-1). The Rangers have recorded at least one point in 14 of their last 16 contests (12-2-2). The Blueshirts have won 32 of their last 44 games (32-10-2), including 30 of their last 41 games (30-9-2) and 28 of their last 37 contests (28-7-2). The Rangers have also earned at least one point in 44 of their last 58 games (38-14-6), including 37 of their last 48 games (33-11-4).

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CANLTON: PACK KNOCKED OFF FROM WILKES BARRE

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BY: Gerry Cantlon, Howlings

HARTFORD, CT - Andrew Ebbett found his Hartford magic again in overtime Saturday night.

During the four-on-four portion of overtime, on Wilkes-Barre/ Scranton’s second shot of the period, defenseman Brian Dumoulin sprung Ebbett free for a clean breakaway. Ebbett fired his thirteenth of the season via Wolf Pack netminder Yann Dani’s five-hole at 2:27 to give his Penguins a 3-2 overtime win.

The Penguins record is now 31-18-2-4 (68 points). They are tied with the Wolf Pack in points, but take the fifth spot in the conference on the tie breaking basis of having won one more game. The Penguins also have the third best conference road record to 12-8-3-3.

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FUEHRING: ROADIES GO OT TO PUT THE HAMMER TO THE NAILERS

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BANWELL LIFTS ROAD WARRIORS PAST WHEELING

IN OVERTIME

Defenseman scores first goal of season in 4-3 thriller on Saturday

BY: Alan Fuehring, Greenville Road Warriors

 

Wheeling, WVMike Banwell scored the game-winning goal in overtime on Saturday as the Greenville Road Warriors (30-22-3), proud ECHL affiliate of the New York Rangers and the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack, knocked off the Wheeling Nailers, 4-3, in an eventful contest at WesBanco Arena.

The game included goals from Emerson Clark, Domenic Alberga and Vinny Saponari, as well as the ejection of Nailers’ head coach Clark Donatelli.

With the victory, the Road Warriors jumped to fourth place in the East Division standings, one point ahead of the Elmira Jackals for the final playoff spot. In addition, Greenville improved to 14-13-3 on the road and 3-1-0 against Wheeling this season.

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FUEHRING: ROADIES WIN SHOOTOUT IN READING

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OFFENSE COMES TO LIFE IN 6-5 SHOOTOUT VICTORY

Greenville holds on to collect two points against Reading on Friday 

BY: Alan Fuehring, Greenville Road Warriors

Reading, PAThe Greenville Road Warriors (29-22-3), proud ECHL affiliate of the New York Rangers and the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack, received multi-point performances from three separate skaters on Friday, while Chris McCarthy scored the deciding goal in a four-round shootout to lead the club to a 6-5 victory over the Reading Royals at Santander Arena.

McCarthy (1g, 1a), Vinny Saponari (1g, 1a), and Scott Arnold (1g, 1a) each produced two points and goaltender Jason Missiaen (11-10-2) notched a season-high 43 saves in the victory.

With the win, the Road Warriors closed to within one point of the Elmira Jackals for fourth place in the East Division standings. Greenville also improved to 13-13-3 on the road this season and finished the season-series 2-1-0 against the first-place Royals.

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RANGERS: COYOTE UGLY – RANGERS TAKE FIRST PLACE

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NEW YORK RANGERS -4 vs. ARIZONA COYOTES -3
Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, 7:00 p.m. ET
Madison Square GardenNew York, NY
Coyotes: 20-35-7 (47 pts)
Rangers: 38-16-6 (82 pts)

BY: The New York Rangers

TEAM NOTES:

  • POINT TAKEN – The Rangers extended their point streak to a season-high 10 games (8-0-2 record over the span). It is the first time the Blueshirts have earned at least one point in 10 consecutive games since they registered a point in 13 straight contests from Feb. 9 – Mar. 10, 2008 (10-0-3). The Rangers extended their winning streak to four games, and they have posted an 8-0-1 record in their last nine games. New York has earned at least one point in 13 of its last 14 games (11-1-2). The Blueshirts have earned at least one point in 33 of their last 42 games (31-9-2), including 31 of their last 39 games (29-8-2) and 29 of their last 35 contests (27-6-2). The Rangers have also earned at least one point in 43 of their last 56 games (37-13-6), including 36 of their last 46 games (32-10-4).

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