Steve Zipay takes you inside the locker room, home and on the road, with the New York Rangers, and also writes about the NHL, off and on the ice.
Steve Zipay is an award-winning journalist who has covered events from Super Bowls to World Series and issues from sports marketing to stadium financing.
Based in New York for 25 years, Steve also has been a news editor, a business editor and sports media columnist for Newsday.
In 1997, Steve was a member of the Newsday team that won a Pulitzer Prize for spot news reporting on the crash of Flight 800.
1. Fourth game in six nights, and after an emotional defeat of Torts and Vancouver, kinda expected this. Unravelled in third.
2. Would the non-call on Tobias Enstrom, who pulled Derek Stepan down on a breakway in the third changed the tone of the game? Maybe.
3. Have a feeling John Moore might be back in the lineup on the third d-pair in Buffalo. Michael Del Zotto (minus-3) struggled,...Read more »
A blip or seeds of a goaltender competition?
I'll take Door No. 1.
Alain Vigneault declared Henrik Lundqvist his No. 1 goalie, as well he should be, although he is not been vintage sharp.
So Vigneault chose to give the game against the Winnipeg Jets to first-year netminder Cam Talbot, who has been solid, with a 6-1 record and a 1.49 GAA.
Does he give the Rangers (14-13) a...Read more »
In the hallway at MSG, Torts went on for awhile, past the schedule time for AV at the podium upstairs. With no audience, he left and retunred when the huddled masses arrived after Torts.
Torts still feels that it is hard to sever all the ties here, but in his headline quote, he says: with all due respect, "I'm going to coach this game, hopefully kick...Read more »