Madison Square Garden and owner Tex Rickard were finally granted the right to have an NHL franchise in 1926. Without having a name for the team, they went with the nickname of “Tex’s Rangers” and the team was born. Rickard would hire the legendary Conn Smythe to be the general manager while hiring another hockey legend, Lester Patrick, to do the coaching. The Rangers played their first game on November 16, 1926 in front of a packed Madison Square Garden against the Montreal Maroons who they would go on to defeat 1-0. The Rangers would have success in their innaugural season as they won the American Division before being swept in the playoffs. In their second season, they finished at an even .500 but it was good enough for a playoff berth. The Rangers would storm to the Stanley Cup finals where perhaps the most legendary event in hockey would take place. With the Rangers trailing in the finals after losing game one, their goaltender Lorne Cabot was injured mid way through game two. That’s when forty eight year old coach, Lester Patrick took over and led the Rangers to a win.
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A device worn over the nose and mouth to prevent you from breathing in harmful substances, such as bacteria or pollution, or from breathing bacteria or viruses onto anyone else
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