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Katie Strang covers the Rangers, Islanders and Devils for ESPNNewYork.com. She is a graduate of Michigan State University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
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PHILADELPHIA -- The City of Brotherly Love was not so brotherly to former Philadelphia Flyer Daniel Carcillo, but Carcillo got the last laugh when the ice settled, and the New York Rangers left town with a 2-1 series lead Tuesday night. And after ...Blog | April 23, 2014Katie Strang
PHILADELPHIA -- The New York Rangers took a 2-1 series lead with a 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center. Former Flyer Daniel Carcillo made his first appearance of the series and it was a memorable one, as he rec...Blog | April 22, 2014
Welcome to SportsNation! On Thursday, hockey writer Katie Strang stops by to chat about the latest news from around ice.In addition to covering the NHL as a whole, Strang, who previously covered the Islanders for Newsday, also covers the Rangers, Isl...Chat | April 22, 2014Katie Strang
At a glance: With the series tied at a game apiece, it's the Philadelphia Flyers' turn to host the New York Rangers. The Blueshirts dropped both regular-season games at Wells Fargo Center this season, but they're aiming for at least a split in Games ...Blog | April 22, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- The Madison Square Garden crowd didn't like it and neither did the New York Rangers players who were penalized. Twice in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers, the Rangers were whistled for embellishment. Mats Zuccarello went to...Blog | April 21, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- As of Monday afternoon, the New York Rangers know who they will be facing in net for the Philadelphia Flyers when the two teams square off in Game 3 on Tuesday night. With backup netminder Ray Emery back between the pipes for their ...Blog | April 21, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- Philadelphia Flyers rookie Jason Akeson has the sort of skill, spunk and confidence that can make him a dangerous player in the playoffs, even with his utter lack of experience. He possesses another important attribute, one that has al...Blog | April 20, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- As much as goaltending has been heralded as an X factor for the Philadelphia Flyers in their first-round series against the New York Rangers, injury replacement Ray Emery has more than just held his own between the pipes. Making consec...Blog | April 20, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- And we have ourselves a series, folks. Following a 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 1, the New York Rangers had the chance to secure a two-game lead at Madison Square Garden, siphon all confidence from the Flyers and send ...Blog | April 20, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers squandered a 2-0 lead as the Philadelphia Flyers rallied from behind with four unanswered goals for a 4-2 win over the Blueshirts on Sunday that tied the series 1-1 and sends the two teams back to Philly for Game 3 at...Blog | April 20, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- A few things to keep an eye on in Game 2 between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday at noon ET: At a glance: The Rangers hold a 1-0 series edge against the Flyers after a 4-1 win Thursday night at Madison Square Gar...Blog | April 20, 2014Katie Strang
NEW YORK -- With the Philadelphia Flyers sorting out their goaltending situation -- starter Steve Mason declared himself out for Game 2 on Sunday (click here for the full story) -- the New York Rangers have paid little attention to what is happening ...Blog | April 19, 2014