MSG Network will be broadcasting some of the top New York Rangers games from their 2014 Stanley Cup Finals run.
Don’t worry, hockey fans, because MSG Network is trying to fill the void left by the NHL season suspension. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, fans will be able to take a look back at the incredible 2014 season when the New York Rangers advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1994.
MSG Network has selected some of the great games from that campaign to rebroadcast in its 60-minute format.
Here’s just a sample of what MSG Network has on tap for this week.
- Monday at 12 p.m./10 p.m. ET, Rangers at Islanders – Oct. 29, 2013: Ryan McDonagh and Benoit Pouliot each score third-period goals to lead the Rangers.
- Tuesday at 3 p.m./1 a.m. ET, Rangers at Toronto – Jan. 4, 2014: Dominic Moore scores two goals as the Rangers put up seven goals against Toronto.
- Wednesday 1 p.m./11 p.m. ET, Rangers at Ottawa – Mar. 18, 2014: Henrik Lundqvist passes Mike Richter for the most wins by a goalie in franchise history.
The entire Rangers broadcast schedule can be found here.
New York Knicks, New Jersey Devils, and the New York Islanders not to be left out
The Knicks will have games shown on MSG through the upcoming week. One of these will be their win over San Antonio from Nov. 15, 2012, which will be broadcasted on Monday at both 2 p.m. and midnight ET. During that matchup, the Knicks improved to 6-0 with a terrific road victory over the 2013 Western Conference champions.
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The Devils and Islanders will have games broadcasted on MSG+ starting on Monday.