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New York Rangers
Drunk Rangers’ Fan Publicly Urinating While People Take Photos Of His Penis Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
I’m going to refrain from commenting on the size of this man’s junk, because it was awfully cold in New York yesterday. I will comment on his brain, however: that shit is tiny. (Note: Full photo is NSFW.)
The world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, will officially re-open for business tomorrow after completing the final stage of a three-year renovation — which surely had nothing to do with the Barclays Center opening across the river in Brooklyn.
Madison Square Garden, home of the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers, has been told that it must move out within ten years, according to the New York Times. This is blasphemy. This is madness.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you Yesterday’s Awesome Moment, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, the Rangers had their backs against the wall and delivered an awesome, series-saving fastbreak (do they call it a fastbreak in hockey?) goal.
Shocker: Coach Renowned For Dickishness Asked Question He Clearly Won’t Want To Answer, Doesn’t Answer It
Rangers coach John Tortorella has long used his press conferences as an excuse to put the “prick” in prickly. So when you ask him about something he’ll clearly have no interest in answering, well, you can guess more or less how it ends.
Did you know there was a day, not so long ago, where NHL players just didn’t wear helmets at all? Looking back on that now, it seems super dumb. One day when all NHLers are required to don face masks, we might be singing a similar song. Or at the very least, Marc Staal will.
This afternoon, Patrick Kaleta of the Sabres will get on the phone with the NHL, and have a talk about a play from the third period of last night’s shootout loss to the Rangers. At some point during that call, the NHL will suspend him for that play. While the suspension won’t be any more than five games, make no mistake: there will be a suspension. This is that play. So… what should the suspension be? The floor is yours. [Puck Daddy]
Watch Rangers Rink-Side Correspondent John Giannone Get Hit With A Puck, Report With Blood Streaming Down His Face
Hockey is a gritty sport, but that grit isn’t just required of players — press, too. Rangers rink-side reporter John Giannone learned that the hard way Thursday night during the waning moments of the second period of the Rangers’ 4-1 victory over the Islanders. Take a look.
Marion Gaborik Completed His Hat Trick With A Game-Winning, Mid-Air Puck Swat In Overtime For The Win
Tied 3-3 at the end of regulation, the New York Rangers and Boston Bruins were only on the ice for 27 seconds before Marion Gaborik scored his third goal of the game to give New York the 4-3 overtime win. You know, because any time you can create an offensive zone turnover, break away with speed, shoot the puck on net and bat the rebound out of the air and into the goal for a hat trick, you do it.