New York Rangers Open Thread: Rangers Vs. Bruins - Game 2

Jared Wickerham

The New York Rangers have a perfect opportunity to tie up the series against the Boston Bruins this afternoon at TD Garden. Can they get it done?

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The New York Rangers will take on the Boston Bruins this afternoon in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The Rangers weren't able to get the job done in Game 1, and looking to even up the series this afternoon at TD Garden. The Bruins will still be without Wade Redden, Dennis Seidenberg, and Andrew Ference as they are still recovering from their injuries. The Rangers are expected to go with the same lineup.

Player To Watch:


Derick Brassard

#16 / Center / New York Rangers

6-1

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Sep 22, 1987


Derick Brassard's miscue in overtime was the direct result of the game winning goal. As he met with the media after the game, he said he "has to be better" next game. Let's see if he lives up to that this afternoon.

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