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Friday's lineup against Chicago; Fleury trying to shake demons; Stepan to LTIR?

Today's New York Rangers notes.

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Friday is here, which means the Rangers will play their second-to-last preseason game tonight. Don't really have to tell you guys what's on the horizon. Suffice to say, there are reasons to be excited. Here are your morning notes.

The Rangers released which players will be skating in Friday's game against Chicago. The list. [Blueshirt Banter] [Ranger Rants] [Blueshirts Blog]

Another day, another version of our New York Rangers season preview. Thursday's topic: the goalies. [Blueshirt Banter]

Staying in the crease, can Cam Talbot replicate his incredibly successful rookie campaign? [Blueshirt Banter]

Taking a look at some of the remaining positional battles and lineup options the Rangers have, with Anthony Duclair looking pretty good to make the opening day roster. [NY Post]

Martin St. Louis has offered his services at center, and Alain Vigneault may oblige. [The Record] [Daily News]

The Rangers remain one of the favorites in an Eastern Conference with no clear-cut front-runner, according to Eddie Olczyk. [NY Post]

A really good read from Katie Strang on Theo Fleury, who after being the victim of abuse, is trying to help those who have gone through the same trauma. [ESPN NY]

From a salary cap benefit, the Rangers would benefit from sending Derek Stepan to LTIR. [Newsday]

Dan Boyle is hoping to boost New York's power play through unpredictability. [Ranger Rants]