Game of My Life: New York Rangers
All of the famous tales about the New York Rangers (including Lester Patrick in goal; the 1940 Stanley Cup; Rod Gilbert's first big game; Mark Messier's "guaranteed" win; the 1994 Cup-winning heroics of Brian Leetch and Mike Richter, and Wayne Gretzky's goodbye to the NHL) are referenced here. Stories from 24 New York hockey legends take fans inside the Rangers locker room and inside the heads of the players themselves. It is an anecdotal history of the biggest games in the history of the New York Rangers, one of the most popular teams to ever play on Broadway.
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REBUILT BUT STILL NO CUP
TO THE CUP AND BEYOND
Afterword All-Star Game Andy Bathgate assists beat Blueshirts Boston Brian Leetch Bruins Canadiens Canucks career championship Chicago coach Davidson defenseman Detroit draft Eastern Conference Ed Giacomin Edmonton Emile Francis finished Frank Boucher Gartner Giacomin goalie goals goals-against average goaltender going guys Hall of Fame Harry Howell Hart Trophy Islanders Jagr Jean Ratelle Jersey John Halligan Collection junior knew Madison Square Garden Maloney Maple Leafs Mark Messier Matteau Mike Mike Richter missed the playoffs Montreal NHL history NHL’s night Oilers overtime Park Patrick Penguins Pittsburgh players Playing Weight points puck Raleigh Rangers fans Ratelle Red Wings regular season remember Richter Rod Gilbert rookie says scored second period semifinals shot six games Skinny Stanley Cup Finals Stats as Ranger Stemkowski team record team’s teammates thing third period Toronto traded Uniform Number Vanbiesbrouck Vancouver Vic Hadfield Vickers victory Wayne Gretzky win the Cup Worsley York