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Bantering Points: 11/14/16

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While the Rangers might not have brought their best effort last night, it was enough to pull out a 3-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers. With an off day looming for the team today, the Rangers will look to rest up and prepare for a rematch with the Vancouver Canucks tomorrow night, as they try to complete the sweep of western Canada. Here's today's news and links:

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Rangers News:

  • Highlights: NYR 3, EDM 1 (2:52 Video via NHL.com)
  • Game Recap: Solid efforts from Michael Grabner on the ice, Antti Raanta in net, and Adam Clendening as the grocery stick powered New York to a 3-1 win at Rogers Place (CBS)
  • Larry Brooks begins his countdown of the 90 greatest Rangers in franchise history (NY Post)
  • Brett Cyrgalis shows how Brady Skjei's versatility allows for flexibility throughout the team's defense corps (NY Post)
  • Steve Zipay points out how the emergence of Pavel Buchnevich and Brady Skjei have allowed New York to continue their strong play into November (Newsday)
  • Justin Tasch believes that Michael Grabner has proven himself as a perfect fit in the Rangers system (NY Daily News)
  • Alexandra Russo releases the first part of her series on why the Rangers won't be going away any time soon (Blue Line Station)
  • Matt Calamia gives an update on a number of Rangers prospects, including Brad Morrison, Gabriel Fontaine, Mat Bodie, and Ryan Gropp (Official Team Site)
  • Amanda Borges chatted with Associate Coach Scott Arniel ahead of last night's game against the Oilers (1:45 Video via Official Team Site)
  • Postgame Notes: For the 2nd year in a row, the Rangers have gotten off to their best start in franchise history (Official Team Site)
  • Postgame Interviews:Michael Grabner (0:45) and Antti Raanta (1:20) (Official Team Site)

Around The NHL:

  • Joey Alfieri reports that Nicklas Grossmann and the Calgary Flames have agreed to a mutual termination of Grossmann's contract (NBC Sports)
  • Pierre LeBrun details how the 2016 class of Hockey Hall of Fame inductees all made their mark on the international stage (TSN)
  • Josh Cooper shares a funny moment from last night's Northeastern-Notre Dame matchup that ended the game after two periods (Puck Daddy)
  • Ryan O'Marra may have washed out of the NHL, but he's managed to find success in the world of finance (The Hockey News)
  • Chris Hine listened to Bryan Bickell as the Hurricanes' forward opened up about his Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis (Chicago Tribune)