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Loffen 03-03-2012 09:17 PM

#64 - 03.04.2012 | Boston Bruins @ New York Rangers | 12:30 PM - NBC
 


THE MATCHUP
GAME #64
March 4th, 2012



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(38-22-3) _________ (41-15-7)


12:30 PM ET
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN - NYC, NY
NBC | TSN2





ONLINE STREAMS/RADIO
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NEWS & NOTES





QUOTES TO NOTE

There’s a certain way I think I need to play, I just need to focus on that every night.
Just trying to be a professional. I’ve been around long enough, I understand what I did the last game and I understand the punishment.
It something I wanted to move past and I did.
- Brandon Dubinsky


The tough part is every time they shoot between the legs of someone, you're always late to pick it up.
It was tough to lose in overtime. I felt like they made it tough for us all night.
- Henrik Lundqvist


We lost some battles, we really struggled with our battles in the corners. But again, we find a way, to get a point here.
The team that played the best won, but I’m still happy of us bouncing back, killing off the four minutes and getting a point.
- John Tortorella





BOSTON BRUINS

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TEAM STATS / STANDINGS:

GP: 63 | W: 38 | L: 22 | OTL: 3 | Pts: 79 | GF: 206 | GA: 146 | PP%: 18.1 | PK%: 84.6 | FO%: 54.8
G/G: 3.16 | GA/G: 2.29 | HOME: 19-12-2 | AWAY: 19-10-1 | LAST 10: 4-5-1 | STREAK: L1

Division: 1st | Conference: 2nd | League: 6th



TEAM LEADERS:

Goals: Lucic, Marchand, Seguin | 22
Assists: Patrice Bergeron | 34
Points: Patrice Bergeron | 53
+/-: Tyler Seguin | +33
Hits: Milan Lucic | 147
Blocks: Dennis Seidenberg | 132
PIM: Shawn Thornton | 129
FO%: Patrice Bergeron | 58.0
TOI/G F: Patrice Bergeron | 18:51
TOI/G D: Zdeno Chara | 25:05



PROJECTED LINES:

Milan Lucic | David Krejci | Tyler Seguin
Brad Marchand | Patrice Bergeron (A) | Brian Rolston
Benoit Pouliot | Chris Kelly | Jordan Caron
Lane MacDermid | Gregory Campbell | Shawn Thornton

Zdeno Chara (C) | Johnny Boychuk
Dennis Seidenberg | Adam McQuaid
Greg Zanon | Joe Corvo

*Scratches: Mottau, Sauve



STARTING GOALIE:

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Tim Thomas

GPI: 43 | W: 27 | L: 13 | OT: 0 | SV% .929 | GAA: 2.22 | SO: 4


INJURIES / SUSPENSIONS / MISC:

Daniel Paille - DTD: Lower body injury
Andrew Ference - DTD: Lower body injury
Rich Peverley - IR: Torn MCL
Nathan Horton - IR: Concussion
Marc Savard - IR: Concussion






NEW YORK RANGERS

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TEAM STATS / STANDINGS:

GP: 63 | W: 41 | L: 15 | OTL: 7 | Pts: 89 | GF: 175 | GA: 130 | PP%: 14.4 | PK%: 86.3 | FO%: 50.2
G/G: 2.73 | GA/G: 1.98 | HOME: 21-7-2 | AWAY: 20-8-5 | LAST 10: 6-2-2 | STREAK: OT1

Division: 1st | Conference: 1st | League: 2nd



TEAM LEADERS:

Goals: Marian Gaborik | 31
Assists: Derek Stepan | 29
Points: Marian Gaborik | 57
+/-: Michael Del Zotto | +26
Hits: Ryan Callahan | 222
Blocks: Ryan McDonagh | 156
PIM: Brandon Prust | 128
FO%: Brian Boyle | 51.8
TOI/G F: Ryan Callahan | 20:48
TOI/G D: Dan Girardi | 26:53



PROJECTED LINES:

Artem Anisimov | Derek Stepan | Marian Gaborik
Carl Hagelin | Brad Richards (A) | Ruslan Fedotenko
Brandon Dubinsky | Brian Boyle | Brandon Prust
Mike Rupp | John Mitchell | John Scott

Ryan McDonagh | Dan Girardi
Michael Del Zotto | Anton Stralman
Marc Staal (A) | Stu Bickel

*Scratches: Eminger, Woywitka



STARTING GOALIE:

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Henrik Lundqvist

GPI: 47 | W: 30 | L: 12 | OT: 5 | SV% .939 | GAA: 1.79 | SO: 8


INJURIES / SUSPENSIONS / MISC:

Ryan Callahan - DTD: Bruised foot (GTD?)
Michael Sauer - IR: Concussion






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Heads Up: The GDT is a work in progress.


poeman 03-03-2012 09:19 PM

This is so annoying...Knicks vs Celtics and Rangers vs Bruins on at the same freaking time.

How does that make sense?

Ail 03-03-2012 09:23 PM

Lgr.

BlueShirts88 03-03-2012 09:23 PM

Lets go Rangers!!!

Hanke 03-03-2012 09:54 PM

****ing knicks and rangers at the same time?1 got to be kidden me. I looked foward to watch a game at 1 then 7, but found out at the same time.. pist off.. w.e lets get the win!!LGR

wolfgaze 03-03-2012 09:59 PM

Come on people it's 2012, get a DVR already. Worth every penny.

The Lone Ranger 03-03-2012 10:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wolfgaze (Post 45463567)
Come on people it's 2012, get a DVR already. Worth every penny.

Or better yet, get yourself a 2nd set and watch both games simultaneously, like I plan to.

LGR! :yo:

darko 03-03-2012 10:10 PM

Win tommorow and it'll be hard for Boston to catch us since we only play them again once. Not to get ahead of myself but unless we completely **** the bed and fall flat on our faces, the only team that can catch us are Pens.

LGR

HeaveHo94 03-03-2012 10:25 PM

love the noon gms.

Jabroni 03-03-2012 10:34 PM

The mighty Bruins are no longer so mighty.

Let's beat them in our barn.

Hockey Team 03-03-2012 10:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Lone Ranger (Post 45464389)
Or better yet, get yourself a 2nd set and watch both games simultaneously, like I plan to.

LGR! :yo:

Or get that artiforg that lets you plug the cable directly into your brain so you can watch ALL the channels at once.

Rangers Fail 03-03-2012 10:41 PM

I'm confident that our boys will bounce back after a tough loss. LGR!

FultonReed 03-03-2012 10:49 PM

do it up fellas! LGR! :yo:

Beacon 03-03-2012 10:51 PM

If we win this game, the first place in the East is pretty much guaranteed. No way Boston can make up 12 points in 18 games. We could take it pretty easy the rest of the way, not over-playing our stars (including Lundqvist), not pushing our injured guys at all, etc.

If we take this game, we have more than a month to breeze into the playoffs as the top seed.

TrollololBoyle 03-03-2012 10:54 PM

The Bruins are struggling right now, they're still getting some wins, but that team from November is long gone. Let's take advantage of that.

we want cup 03-03-2012 10:54 PM

Bruins are gonna come out ornery. Have to watch out for an early onslaught.

LGR!!!

Hockey Team 03-03-2012 10:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RangerEsq (Post 45468921)
If we win this game, the first place in the East is pretty much guaranteed. No way Boston can make up 12 points in 18 games. We could take it pretty easy the rest of the way, not over-playing our stars (including Lundqvist), not pushing our injured guys at all, etc.

If we take this game, we have more than a month to breeze into the playoffs as the top seed.

While I mostly agree with this, you do have to be careful.

Remember what happened to the red sux last season?

nafsregnar27 03-03-2012 10:58 PM

Let's bet these pukes, LGR!!! Does anyone know the Rangers record when playing on NBC?

JeffMangum 03-03-2012 11:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nafsregnar21 (Post 45469639)
Let's bet these pukes, LGR!!! Does anyone know the Rangers record when playing on NBC?

This year? I can remember 5 games, and they're 4-1-0 (including NBCSN).

BigBadBruin8 03-03-2012 11:40 PM

For the OP-

Marchand on the LW, Rolston on the right. Lane MacDermid was recalled and will replace Dan Paille. McQuaid is paired with Seidenberg and Corvo with Zanon.

Should be a great game. Look forward to it.

Hockey Team 03-03-2012 11:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BigBadBruin8 (Post 45473813)
For the OP-

Marchand on the LW, Rolston on the right. Lane MacDermid was recalled and will replace Dan Paille. McQuaid is paired with Seidenberg and Corvo with Zanon.

Should be a great game. Look forward to it.

What happened with rask? I heard he got injured

BigBadBruin8 03-04-2012 12:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by f2d (Post 45474643)
What happened with rask? I heard he got injured

Looked like a groin injury, and it didn't look good. He left on crutches and didn't make the trip. Tried to make a stop on a deflected puck and it was immediate.

We'd been fortunate with injuries, or lack thereof, but guys are dropping like flies now. Starting with Horton, we've lost Peverley, Boychuk (temporarily), Ference, and now Rask & Paille.

But everybody has them, so it's the way it goes. And no one feels bad for their competition and certainly not for the defending champs.

The Lone Ranger 03-04-2012 12:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nafsregnar21 (Post 45469639)
Let's bet these pukes, LGR!!! Does anyone know the Rangers record when playing on NBC?

So far, the Rangers are 2-0 on NBC. 5-2-2 on NBC-SN/VS.

Bob Richards 03-04-2012 12:12 AM

Very excited for this game. Love playing these guys. Hopefully we get a big game from Dubinsky.

IBleedNYRBlue 03-04-2012 12:14 AM

Lets goooooooooooooooooo!


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