Happy Anniversary, New York Rangers!

It was on this date in 1994, a mere 18 years ago, that the Blueshirts ended a 54-year drought quest and brought the Stanley Cup back to New York at last. This feat was accomplished by the Messiah, Mark Messier, whose leadership of the Rangers crowned one of the most incredible careers in NHL history.

But the Captain didn’t quite do it alone; he had help from the Rangers other stars, Brian Leetch and Adam Graves — who scored the other two goals in the 3-2 victory — and all-world goalie Mike Richter. And let’s not forget the contributions of role players like Steve Larmer — who took so many crucial faceoffs in the final moments of the game. I can remember watching this at home with my brother and our good friend Brian, agonizing over those final ticks of the clock! And then… jubilation! I’ll never forget that win. As the sign said, “Now I Can Die in Peace.”
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New Companion Rumors

Everyone knows that former Waterloo Road and Emmerdale star Jenna-Louise Coleman has been cast as the Doctor’s new assistant (unnamed — but possibly called “Clara”) on DOCTOR WHO, and that she will make her debut halfway into Series 7, which begins sometime this fall. The problem is, nobody knows anything else. The rest is all rumor and hearsay.

The BBC have released another new photo, which is just a different angle of Monday’s version of Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise pretending to go over some script pages. This shot gives us our best look at the Doctor’s outfit, and it’s too fancy and stuffy for my taste. I really hope he changes back right after this story.
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