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Titera’s Tidbit: New York Rangers
In 1925, G.L. Rickard, the Texas-born owner of New York’s Madison Square Garden and a famed boxing promoter, decided to add a hockey team to his empire – at least in part to take on the New York Americans, a team owned by a rival promoter. Rickard had not yet decided on a name for his squad when a sportswriter made a punning reference to “Tex’s Rangers”. The “Rangers” part stuck, and the team has played under that name since 1926.
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