Tag along as Pierre-Marc Bouchard and Darroll Powe visit patients at Children's Hospital.
Darroll Powe and Mike Yeo comment on the 4-3 loss against Ottawa on Tuesday night.
seasons with London of the Ontario Hockey League. ... With Kris Newbury sent to the minors on Sunday, Rangers C Darroll Powe returned to the lineup after sitting out three games. ... Jets D Grant Clitsome suffered a facial cut in the first
out photos of the NHL's 2013 ice girls . The Senators are fifth in the East, two points back of Boston. Notes: Darroll Powe and Matt Gilroy were scratches for the Rangers, while Mike Lundin and Peter Regin sat for the Senators. ... The
Zotto (lower body), who missed one game and two games respectively, also rejoined the lineup. New York got forward Darroll Powe back on Tuesday after he missed three games due to a concussion. Rangers coach John Tortorella said Thursday before
a lift. New York may have defensemen Michael Del Zotto (undisclosed injury) and Dan Girardi (ankle) and center Darroll Powe (concussion) back, but it's unclear if Nash and McDonagh will join them. Del Zotto missed one game, while Girardi
defenseman, Michael Del Zotto, missed a second straight game due to an undisclosed lower-body injury, but forward Darroll Powe returned after a three-game absence caused by a concussion. Rugged forward Arron Asham sat out a third straight game
New York also was without injured defensemen Ryan McDonagh and Michael Del Zotto, along with forward Arron Asham. Darroll Powe rejoined the lineup after missing three games because of a concussion. Both teams had one power-play opportunity
three straight (0-2-1) without injured star forward Rick Nash in the lineup. New York was also missing forwards Darroll Powe and Arron Asham , and defenseman Michael Del Zotto . The Rangers then lost their top defensive pair - Dan Girardi and
Jim O'Brien were healthy scratches. ... The Rangers were missing RW Rick Nash (undisclosed, day to day), C Darroll Powe (concussion, indefinitely), and D Michael Sauer (concussion, indefinitely). D Steve Eminger and RW Arron Asham