The Rangers picked up a big 4-2 win Tuesday night over the Stars to remain right in the thick of the playoff race. Rangers great Ron Duguay opens the latest “Up In The Blue Seats” podcast reacting to the victory in Dallas and talks about Kaapo Kakko’s two-goal game. Ron and I talk about the playoff standings, where the Rangers stand with a tough schedule ahead and why they have played better on the road than at home.
NY Post Rangers beat writer Larry Brooks is back in his weekly spot. He talks about Kakko’s improved play, the Blueshirts’ home vs. road performances, Mika Zibanejad’s success and whether Chris Kreider can return this season.
In “Ron Remembers,” he tells a funny story of a prank they played on a plane with Don Murdoch.
Murdoch, the former Ranger, then joins the show. He talks about his time with the Blueshirts, the ups and downs of his career, what would have happened if he started his career in a place other than New York City and what he’s doing today. Murdoch gets into his feelings about what was written in the book “Thin Ice” about him and the 1979-1980 Rangers team. Murdoch and Duguay also look back at memories of Studio 54 and tell a few stories.
Subscribe to the “Up In The Blue Seats” podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Ron Duguay is joined every Wednesday by our Hall of Fame Rangers beat writer Larry Brooks along with special guests.