NEW YORK, NY - MAY 21: Tyler Seguin #19 of the Boston Bruins and Anton Stralman #6 of the New York Rangers skate for the puck in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Semifinals during the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Madison Square Garden on May 21, 2013 in New York City.
In overtime, we had a couple of chances, I had one ... They had 100, probably. We couldn’t get any pressure on them at all. They were on top of us. It was tough.
He’s so intimidating with his size and speed, and he’s got the shot but also has the moves ... He’s one of the best in the world, so you just try to keep a good gap and try not to give him too much time.
Most of us realize we’re basically in the playoffs already ... I don’t think we have to prove anything. I don’t look at it that way. Prove or not prove, we just have to win.More quotes »
Anton Stralman likely not available for Rangers in Game 4
Stralman may not appear to be a crucial part of the Rangers defense, but his likely absence in Thursday's Game 4 will certainly be felt.Stralman left Game 3 after the second period following a hard hit from the Bruins' Milan Lucic with 6:54 remaining in the Read more »
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New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) celebrates defeating the Washington Capitals with team mates Anton Stralman (6) and Derek Stepan (21) during Game 7 of their NHL Eastern Conference quarterfinal playoff hockey game in Washington May 13, 2013. from Albequerque Express Read more »
Injured NY Rangers defenseman Anton Stralman dealing with facial fracture, according to source, remains out for Game 5
BOSTON – The injury sidelining Rangers defenseman Anton Stralman is a facial fracture, the Daily News has learned, likely sustained on a Milan Lucic hit from behind with 6:54 remaining in the second period of Game 3 at the Garden on Tuesday. Stralman pla from New York Daily News Read more »
Vet Hamrlik provides a lift
It was not ideal for the Rangers, replacing top-four defenseman Anton Stralman with 39-year-old Roman Hamrlik. But because of the injury Stralman sustained in the second period of Game 3, he was replaced by Hamrlik in the Rangers’ 4-3 overtime win over t from New York Post Read more »
Rangers scratch Richards for pivotal Game 4
NEW YORK (AP) — Struggling Rangers center Brad Richards said he will be a healthy scratch when New York faces elimination in Game 4 against the Boston Bruins on Thursday night. Richards, a star player earning $12 million this season, stayed on the ice wi from Mail.com Read more »
With little to lose, Rangers need to assert themselves
So three players in 10 games have been knocked silly on checks from opponents, legal or otherwise, and yet here are the Rangers on the brink of Round 2 elimination tonight at the Garden, content to turn the other cheek on their way to a Boston sweep. Eno from New York Post Read more »