New York Rangers Greatest Plays in Sports

$68.00 CAD
  • New York Rangers Greatest Plays in Sports
  • New York Rangers Greatest Plays in Sports
  • New York Rangers Greatest Plays in Sports

New York Rangers Greatest Plays in Sports

$68.00 CAD

Relive four of the greatest moments in New York hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2014 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 6 vs Montreal - Conference Champions
1994 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 7 vs New Jersey - Matteau! Matteau! Matteau!
1994 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 7 vs Vancouver - Fourth Stanley Cup
1979 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 6 vs Islanders - Battle of New York

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2014 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 6
Conference Champions
New York vs Montreal
1 - 0
29 May, 2014
The 2014 Eastern Conference Finals were hard fought, with Montreal pushing New York to 7 games. In contrast to the previous high scoring games, Game 7 was a defensive battle. The only goal of hte game came late in the 2nd period when Dominic Moore scored on a pass from Brian Boyle. The win propelled New York to their first Stanley Cup Finals in 20 years.

1994 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 7
Matteau! Matteau! Matteau!
New York vs New Jersey
2 - 1
27 May, 1994
New York had fallen behind 2 - 3 to New Jersey in the Conference Finals, but Mark Messier delivered a hat trick in Game 6 to force Game 7 at home. With the Conference title on the line, the game went into double overtime tied at 1 apiece. Four minutes in Daniel Lacroix stole the puck and slotted it to Stephane Matteau, who was waiting in front of the net. Matteau hammered it home, and New York was on it's way to the Stanley Cup Finals with the announcers ringing out "Matteau! Matteau!"

1994 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 7
Fourth Stanley Cup
New York vs Vancouver
3 - 2
14 June, 1994
The 1994 New York team was one for the ages with greats like Sergei Zubov, Mark Messier, Adam Graves and Brian Leetch. En route to their 4th Stanley Cup, New York forced a Game 7 with Vancouver. The first goal came when Messier slotted it to Zubov who hit Leetch on the far side of the goal. Graves and Messier rounded the game out with two more goals, giving New York a 3-2 win and the Stanley Cup.

1979 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 6
Battle of New York
New York vs Islanders
2 - 1
8 May, 1979
Underdog Rangers beat the Islanders to advance to the Finals

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