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Bailey, Beauvillier lead Islanders to 6-1 win over Rangers
UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Josh Bailey had two goals and an assist in his return from a two-game absence, Anthony Beauvillier added a goal and three assists, and the New York Islanders beat the Rangers 6-1 Tuesday night. Jordan Eberle and Jean-Gabriel Pageau each had a goal and an assist, and Brock Nelson also scored. Semyon Varlamov stopped 25 shots to improve to 17-9-3. “We had a really solid game,” Pageau said. “To have Josh back in the lineup, it'sJordan Eberle and Jean-Gabriel Pageau each had a goal and an assist, and Brock Nelson also scored. Semyon Varlamov stopped 25 shots to improve to 17-9-3.
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titrated, but not satiated, the Glasgow Rangers are already preparing next season. On Tuesday, the Scottish club with 55 national sacres formalized the signature for four years of Fashion Sakala, the Zambian striker KV Oostende. At 24 pages, the native of Chipata (13 goals in Japiler League this season) will discover its third European club in June, after the coastal club and the Spartak Moscow reserve. No transfer allowance is for the moment known.
Welcome Sakala- Rangers Football Club (@Rangersfc) ARE Today Delighted to Announce That A Pre-Contract has Been Agreed With Fashion Sakala, and He Will Join from Belgian Side KV Oostende in the Summer-Subject to International Clearance and A Work Permit Being Received.
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NHL fines Rangers $250K for criticizing player safety call .
The New York Rangers in less than 72 hours lost their best player to injury, fired their president and general manager, and will likely see another player suspended. They are also out a quarter-million dollars in the latest chaotic chapter for the storied franchise. The NHL fined the Rangers an extraodrinary $250,000 on Thursday for what Commissioner Gary Bettman called demeaning personal comments made publicly about head of player safety George Parros. It’s believed to be the largest publicly announced fine of its kind in NHL history.