Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Ranger To Play 7 Preseason Games + Schedule

The Rangers are going to play 7 games this preseason, 3 at Madison Square Garden, in 13 days.
From the NY Rangers Official Website:

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Rangers announce 2009 preseason schedule
Blueshirts will play seven games, including three at The Garden
New York Rangers
Jul 14, 2009, 11:53 AM EDT
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced the 2009 pre-season schedule today, featuring three games at Madison Square Garden and a total of seven games in 13 days.

Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals will be back at MSG for one of three Rangers home preseason games in September.
The Rangers will kick off the 2009 pre-season with a back-to-back set, opening against the Boston Bruins on Tuesday, September 15, before travelling to Newark to face-off against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday, September 16.

New York will then head to Detroit to face the Red Wings on Friday, September 18, in the first of back-to-back road games. The Blueshirts will travel to Boston to face the Bruins in the second game of the back-to-back road set on Saturday, September 19.

On Monday, September 21, the Rangers return to The Garden to host the Red Wings. The Rangers will wrap up their pre-season schedule with a home-and-home set against the Capitals beginning on Thursday, September 24, in their final home game of the exhibition season, and concluding on Sunday, September 27, in an afternoon contest at Washington.

The 2009 New York Rangers training camp begins with players reporting to New York for physical testing at the Madison Square Garden Training Facility on Saturday, September 12.

(All times Eastern Standard Time)
TuesdaySept. 15BostonMadison Square Garden7 p.m.
WednesdaySept. 16New JerseyPrudential Center7 p.m.
FridaySept. 18DetroitJoe Louis Arena7:30 p.m.
SaturdaySept. 19BostonTD Banknorth Garden4 p.m.
MondaySept. 21DetroitMadison Square Garden7 p.m.
ThursdaySept. 24WashingtonMadison Square Garden7 p.m.
SundaySept. 27WashingtonVerizon Center12 p.m.

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