Rangers Roundup: NHL Playoffs with “Integrity”, Miracle wins, and more

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Here are your morning news and headlines coming out of the NHL and the Rangers. On another note, we want to make everyone here smile and stay engaged. These are strange times, so we’ve added TRIVIA in our articles. We hope you have fun.

Bill Daly talks playoff scenarios

Bill Daly spoke on a number of issues, but I believe what people want to know if hockey resumes, how will they handle the playoffs.

“What integrity means in the context of a playoff tournament, there’s a couple different aspects to that. Is a single-elimination game in the context of our sport, is that really fair? And maybe it is fair, but maybe it’s fair in some contexts of the playoffs and not in others. So you want to come up with a format that you think is fair for the participating teams but also has integrity in terms of producing a deserving winner.”

Daly via NHL.com

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NHL wants to keep you engaged

The league wants to keep Hockey relevant so expect them and all teams to ramp up engagement on all relevant platforms.

NEW YORK / TORONTO – As the National Hockey League (NHL) community continues to practice social distancing and take all necessary precautions during this ever-changing time, the League will continue to help fans stay connected to the League’s players and the game by providing access to unique content and archived games. Starting Friday, the NHL will serve fans with an increased offering of video, editorial and digital content on NHL.com, the NHL app and across the NHL’s social channels on TwitterFacebookInstagram and TikTok by providing fans access to an expansive selection of classic NHL games, longform content from the NHL Original Productions’ vast library and free access to stream full replays of games from the 2019-20 regular season.

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Rangers making playoff pitches

Great Hockey Movie Showdown

It was fairly close, but Miracle defeats Slapshot to be crowned the greatest hockey movie of all-time.

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