Brandon Dubinsky, Ryan Callahan, and Henrik Lundqvist Lead in The Rangers Win

November 2nd, 2010 by Nick Perri Leave a reply »
Monday night, the New York Rangers hosted the defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Black Hawks. The Rangers were coming off of an excellent 2-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, and rode the momentum from that game into this one.

An outstanding game was played last night, and it will be a game the Rangers look back on when the season ends. A complete effort was needed to beat the Black Hawks, and the Rangers gave it their all to win the game.

First off, possibly the hottest line in the NHL right now (Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Ryan Callahan) was outstanding in the victory over the Black Hawks. This line has scored consistently for the Rangers throughout the absence of Marian Gaborik, and last night they led the Rangers to victory.

The first goal for the Rangers was scored late in the first period while they were losing 1-0. It started with an excellent play by Ryan Callahan behind the net. Callahan threw the puck in the crease area, then Artem Anisimov poked the puck over to Brandon Dubinsky, who then finished it off by sliding the puck past Black Hawk goalie, Marty Turco.

This line continued their outstanding off ...

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