Rangers' Biron Gets No Support Against Canadiens: Martin Biron got off to a slow start Saturday, allowing a goal in the first minute of play, but ultimately made 23 saves in a 3-0 loss to Montreal. His team has been shut out in his past four starts in Montreal dating back to 2011. (Updated 3/30/13)
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The Rangers were stymied by Carey Price, but that seems to be easy -- the Rangers are the lowest-scoring team in the NHL. Martin Biron doesn't get many starts and is best deployed as a handcuff to Henrik Lundqvist ... except in Montreal. Avoid him at all cost there next time. (Updated 3/30/13).
03/10/2013 15:20 Rare double-minor helps Rangers extend hot run in D.C.
About three hours after asking for more respect from NHL officials, Alex Ovechkin was called for two penalties within seconds of each other, leading to a pair of goals that put the New York Rangers ahead for good Sunday in a 4-1 win over the Washington Capitals.
The Rangers re-signed Martin Biron to a two-year deal worth $2.6 million over the offseason and he will re-assume his role as one of the league's top backup netminders behind Vezina Trophy winner Henrik Lundqvist. Biron only started 20 games last season, but he provided a great return in posting a .904 save percentage to go along with 12 wins. The 34-year-old won't provide enough value to figure into standard league drafts, but he does offer value as a handcuff to Lundqvist and to those in deep leagues that roll many netminders. Biron's worth keeping an eye on during the season as a very capable spot-start fill-in or if injury should befall Lundqvist. (Updated 8/14/12)