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New York Rangers shut out by St. Louis Blues, 2-0

November 8, 2010

Last night the New York Rangers were shut out by the St. Louis Blues, 2-0, at Madison Square Garden. It was the first time in their 44-year history that the Blues, who currently have the best record in the NHL (9-1-2), have ever shut out the Rangers. The Rangers will face another elite team, the Washington Capitals (10-4-0 record), tomorrow night at MSG. Photos by Avi Gerver, ©Madison Square Garden, L.P.

New York’s Michael Sauer keeps the puck away from St. Louis’s Andy McDonald:

New York's Michael Sauer keeps the puck away from St. Louis's Andy McDonald

The Rangers’ Ryan Callahan checks a Blues player into the boards:

The Rangers' Ryan Callahan checks a Blues player into the boards

Erik Christensen and the Rangers take the puck out of their defensive zone:

Erik Christensen and the Rangers take the puck out of their defensive zone

Erik Christensen attempts to deflect the puck:

Erik Christensen attempts to deflect the puck

The Blues send the Rangers’ Michal Rozsival flying into the boards:

The Blues send the Rangers' Michal Rozsival flying into the boards

New York’s Martin Biron makes a save against St. Louis’s Alexander Steen:

New York's Martin Biron makes a save against St. Louis's Alexander Steen

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