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2012 NHL Playoffs: 3 Reasons the Stanley Cup Could Avoid the NY Rangers

New York, New York. The city itself can send chills up your spine. Madison Square Garden is considered "the world's most famous arena." The fans are as faithful and loyal as they come. The team has already called the coveted Stanley Cup theirs on four separate occasions (1928, 1933, 1940 and 1994). Although many can argue the Rangers have underachieved in recent years, and that may be true, this season the Rangers have been money! From their awesome coaching in John Tortorella, to their solid defense.
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