Eastern Conference & Brian Boyle
The Eastern Conference is one of two conferences in the National Hockey League (NHL) used to divide teams. Brian Paul Boyle (born December 18, 1984) is a American professional ice hockey forward for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League. /5
Eastern Conference Brian Boyle Pittsburgh Penguins Ryan Callahan Marian Gaborik Brad Richards Henrik Lundqvist New York Rangers Chris Neil Washington Capitals Madison Square Garden John Tortorella Ottawa Senators Stanley Cup Playoffs Steve Eminger Wells Fargo Center
Rangers advance as Henrik Lundqvist wins record fifth straight Game 7 PITTSBURGH -- New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault had trouble finding the words to describe goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. "He's OK," Vigneault said finally with a small shake of his head. Except that is, in Game 7s. In Game 7s, Lundqvist is unbeatable. And so are the Rangers. Frustrating Sidney Crosby and the reeling Pittsburgh Penguins one final time, Lundqvist made 35 saves to lift New York to a 2-1 win on Tuesday night and give his resilient team an unlikely spot in the Eastern Conference Finals. Rangers band together for historic upset "I was so tired at the end," Lundqvist said after setting an NHL record with his fifth straight Game 7 triumph. "But it was just a great feeling when you know it's a done deal and we did it." Brian Boyle and Brad Richards scored for New York, which rallied from a 3-1 series deficit for the first time in the franchise's 88-year history. The Rangers did it behind Lundqvist, who stopped 102 of the fina ...
The New York Rangers defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins in a series-deciding Game 7 on Tuesday, advancing to the Eastern Conference Final for the second time in three years.Brian Boyle and Brad Richards did the scoring for the Rangers, while Henrik Lundqvist stole the show by stopping 35 of 36 shots i…
Marian Gaborik has become the Rangers’ scapegoat for their 3-2 loss in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, but he wasn’t the only forward watching from the bench as the Devils tied the series going in to Game 3 Saturday afternoon in Newark.
Vote on the Daily News site: Who will win Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals today at 1 p.m? Rangers or Devils?
'sup Mike Milbury?... Brian Boyle wasn't suspended. Might wanna do your homework next time you cover the Eastern Conference Finals... smh.
The New York Rangers were without forwards Brian Boyle and Brandon Dubinsky Saturday for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Washington Capitals at Madison Square Garden. Although coach John Tortorella declined to discuss their status before the game, neither player took part in the team's pregame warm-ups. Instead, Steve Eminger took warm-ups and played as the team's seventh defenseman in his first game since suffering an ankle injury March 15. Boyle returned to practice Friday for the first time since suffering a concussion in Game 5 of the team's first-round matchup against the Ottawa Senators. The 6-foot-6 center, who scored three goals in the first three games of the series before the concussion, said he felt better but provided no timeline for his return. Dubinsky appeared to suffer a leg injury in the Rangers' Game 7 victory Thursday against the Senators. He did not practice Friday.
Could Rangers' center Brian Boyle be available for Game 1 against Washington on Saturday. After missing the last two games of the Eastern Conference
Chris Neil has been a major thorn in the side of the New York Rangers throughout the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series. If you've been watching his expert agitation -- most notably his hit on Brian Boyle -- you could understand … Continue reading →
The New York Rangers will be without forward Brian Boyle for Game 6 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal...
Rangers 5 - Flyers 3 The Rangers exploded for four goals in the first period en-route to a 5-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers Tuesday night at the Wells Fargo Center, clinching their first Eastern Conference regular season title since 1993-94 in the process. The Rangers are thus guaranteed home-ice advantage for the first three rounds of the Stanley Cup Playoffs which begin next week. The win also gave the Rangers a six-game season series sweep over their bitter rivals, the Flyers. The Blue-shirts outscored Philly 24-11 over the six-game sweep. The victory also clinched the Rangers fourth division title since the 1967 expansion from the Original Six. Ryan McDonagh, Brian Boyle, Artem Anisimov, and Ryan Callahan all scored in the first period as the Rangers raced out to a 4-0 lead against beleagured Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov, who was playing for the first time in four games after suffering a chipped bone in his foot. The Blueshirts scored two goals on their first six shots, three on their first ni ...
Rangers 4 - Jets 2 Brian Boyle found the perfect way to exact revenge against the Winnipeg Jets Wednesday night at the MTS Centre in the Rangers rousing 4-2 come-from-behind victory. After losing a capped tooth to an Andrew Ladd high stick late in the second period, Boyle snapped a 2-2 tie early in the third with his third goal in the past four games, lifting his club to a crucial victory. With the win the Rangers extended their lead atop the Eastern Conference to five points over the idle Pittsburgh Penguins. The Rangers have five games left to play, while the Penguins have six. Michael Del Zotto had a goal and two assists for the Rangers, who have now won three straight games and five of their last six. Ryan Callahan added a goal and an assist, and Marian Gaborik notched a pair of assists for the Blueshirts. After failing to score on the four-minute double-minor assesed to Ladd when he high sticked Boyle, the Rangers capitalized at even strength moments later. Boyle carried a defenseman on his back, and ...
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