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Wraparounds 01-15-2011 09:46 PM

Player of the Game & The Good, The Bad, The Redden: #46 @ Montreal Canadiens
 
Player of the Game & The Good, The Bad, The Redden


The RulesWhat is the poll for?

You are voting for the player of the game - the one who put forth the most effort, who put the team on his shoulders, who contributed the most.

Do not vote for the player who had the best statistical game just because he had the best statistical game.

This does not mean you should not vote for the player of who had the best statistical game, but do not vote for him just because of that fact.

Who can I vote for?

You may vote for any player who dressed for the game and played at least one shift. If the player you want to vote for is not included in the poll, select "Other" and indicate in your post who you wish to vote for. In the case that I egregiously miss the player who everyone wants to vote for in the poll, I will count the votes in the thread.

What is this "The Good, The Bad, The Redden" nonsense?

It is my twist on the title of the famous spaghetti western movie, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Since multiple players may have outstanding games and you can only vote for one player in the poll, this affords you the opportunity to recognize multiple players, or a facet of the team, for their commendable play ("The Good"). This also affords you the opportunity to rip players, or a facet of the team, for their particularly substandard play ("The Bad"). Finally, just as "The Player of the Game" affords you the opportunity to recognize the best, this affords you the opportunity to commend the crème de la crème of the worst, who delivered an atrocious performance, or whose singular (or multiple) bad plays directly led to the the detriment of the team ("The Redden").


Alexander Frolov Memorial Trophy
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The Alexander Frolov Memorial Trophy is awarded to the player who most exemplifies the qualities that Alex brought to the ice game in and game out. Most notable was his talent for wraparounds. Thusly, this award is given to the player who has the most wraparound attempts throughout the game.

The award tonight goes to Sean Avery, Brandon Dubinsky, and Brandon Prust, all with 1 wraparound attempt against Montreal.

The Hall of Wraparounds
Game Trophy Recipient (Number Won) Number of Wraparounds (Opponent)
#44 Sean Avery (1) 2 (Alex Auld)
#45 Brandon Dubinsky (1) 1 (Cory Schneider)
#46 Sean Avery/Brandon Dubinsky/Brandon Prust (1⅓/1⅓/⅓) 1/1/1 (Carey Price)

Standings
Player Number of Wraparounds Number of Trophies
Sean Avery 3 1⅓
Brandon Dubinsky 2 1⅓
Brandon Prust 2


Game Statistics
Three Stars
First Star Second Star Third Star
James Wisniewski Henrik Lundqvist Andrei Kostitsyn

Team
Shots Hits Giveaways Takeaways PIM Powerplay Penalty Kill Faceoffs
33 19 5 3 17 0-4 2-4 25-53

Boxscore
Period Time Type Goal Primary Assist Secondary Assist
1st 06:58 ES Boyle (15) Prust (11) Girardi (18)
3rd 06:57 ES Zuccarello (2) Stepan (13) Girardi (19)

Players
Player Goals Assists Points PIM
Girardi 0 2 2 0
Boyle 1 0 1 0
Zuccarello 1 0 1 0
Prust 0 1 1 0
Stepan 0 1 1 2
Lundqvist 0 0 0 2
Sauer 0 0 0 2
Newbury 0 0 0 5
Dubinsky 0 0 0 6

Goaltenders
Goaltender Saves Shots Save %
Lundqvist 38 41 .927

Faceoffs
Player Won Taken FO %
Anisimov 0 4 00.0
Avery 0 1 00.0
Boyle 13 21 61.9
Drury 3 6 50.0
Dubinsky 6 10 60.0
Fedotenko 0 1 00.0
Newbury 2 5 40.0
Stepan 1 5 20.0

+/-, TOI, Shots
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Wolski (-1 , 14:16, 1) Anisimov (±0, 18:43, 2) Gaborik (±0, 19:05, 3)
Dubinsky (±0, 18:48, 3) Stepan (±0, 14:25, 2) Zuccarello (+1, 12:04, 2)
Fedotenko (±0, 13:43, 1) Boyle (+1, 19:04, 4) Prust (+1, 16:48, 2)
Avery (±0, 09:35, 1) Newbury (±0, 07:29, 0) Drury (+1, 11:10, 0)

Left Defense Right Defense
Staal (+2, 26:11, 3) Girardi (+2, 27:04, 6)
Eminger (-1, 19:23, 0) Sauer (-1, 17:43, 1)
McDonagh (±0, 10:55, 0) Gilroy (±0, 16:14, 2)


Postgame Reports
Media
Outlet Story
NHL.com Canadiens hang on to beat Rangers 3-2
rangers.nhl.com Habs hold off fierce Rangers rally, win 3-2 at Montreal
canadiens.nhl.com Le Tricolore sort en lion
Associated Press Canadiens score 3 in first to beat Rangers

Papers
Writer Paper Story
Jesse Spector New York Daily News Henrik Lundqvist stops 38 shots, but it's not enough as Rangers fall to Canadiens, 3-2
Andrew Gross The Record Henrik Lundqvist, Rangers fight back but fall to Canadiens, 3-2
Steve Zipay Newsday Rangers' rally falls short in Montreal
Larry Brooks New York Post Slow start dooms Rangers
Jeff Klein New York Times

Highlights
Source Link
NHL.com Here
MSG.com Here
TSN.ca Here
ESPN.com Here
YouTube.com Here

Blogs
Blogger Blog Story
Jesse Spector The Blueshirt Blog Canadiens' three-goal burst in first proves too much for Rangers to overcome
Andrew Gross Ranger Rants Canadiens 3, Rangers 2: Wrapping up
Steve Zipay Blues Notes The Montreal Gamer: Desperate 3rd period rally falls short, 3-2
Rick Carpiniello Rangers Report Habs-Rangers in review
Adam Rotter SNY Rangers Blog Final: Montreal 3 Rangers 2
Jim Schmiedeberg Blueshirt Banter Canadiens Dump Rangers 3-2 in Montreal
Mitch Beck Howlings GOING NORTH SENDS RANGERS SOUTH

Other Blogs
Blog Story
Bleeding All Blue Rangers Fall Short In Montreal, 3-2
Blueshirt Bulletin
Blue Seat Blogs Rangers Rally Falls Short In Montreal
Canyon of Blueshirts Henrik Lundqvist vs. All
Ranger Pundit Same Old Story
Rangers Review House Of Horrors - Rangers @ Canadiens Post Game Thoughts…
Scotty Hockey 26-17-3: All Hail King Henrik
The Dark Ranger Duh-binsky Made The Loss / NYR 2, Montreal 3
The New York Rangers Blog Canadiens 3, Rangers 2
The Rangers Tribune Postgame: Rangers Fall Short of Habs, 3-2


Previous GDTs & PGTs
Game Day Thread Post Game Thread
#43 @ St. Louis Blues #43 @ St. Louis Blues
#44 vs. Montreal Canadiens #44 vs. Montreal Canadiens
#45 vs. Vancouver Canucks #45 vs. Vancouver Canucks
#46 @ Montreal Canadiens 

Loffen 01-15-2011 09:47 PM

Dubinsky played like a ****ing all-star tonight.

RangersAM99 01-15-2011 09:47 PM

****** ****

BlueshirtBlitz 01-15-2011 09:48 PM

The good: The 3rd period and Hank.
The bad: nothing
the redden: everyone else not in the 3rd period.

Fitzy 01-15-2011 09:48 PM

GDT is over 1,000, continue here

Killem Dafoe 01-15-2011 09:48 PM

Hank all the way

Carl Hagelins Flow 01-15-2011 09:48 PM

The Good: Lundqvist.

The Bad: The rest of the team for not showing up for 40 minutes.

The Redden: The rest of the team not showing up for the first 40 minutes, and only waking up when their star goaltender decides to take things into his own hands and fights a MTL player.

Dishonorable mention: Dubinsky and his sloppy, undisciplined play.

As good as they were in the 3rd, that type of effort could've won them the game had they not been drunk/high/asleep for the first two periods.

Abooch68 01-15-2011 09:49 PM

Why can't this team get any shots thru from the point..

M0rbid 01-15-2011 09:49 PM

The good: Lundqvist
The bad: EVERYONE
the redden: EVERYONE

owedoyle 01-15-2011 09:49 PM

This game shows why the nuck's game was the best of the year>3 solid periods.

You rarely win a game when your skaters only show up one period like tonight.

You rarely lose when they show up all three.

Death By BB Gun 01-15-2011 09:49 PM

Do Habs fans normally infest the GDT's like that?

nevesis 01-15-2011 09:49 PM

The good: Hank

The bad: Offense

The Redden: Drury

Killem Dafoe 01-15-2011 09:49 PM

it sucks because all three goals came in 3 mins of the first then we dominate the third. i mean, dom.i.nate. and with everyhting going at the end there we cant capitalize. lol Torts is def flippin a **** right now. we need to find some scoring. and fast. wouldnbt be suprised if a PMD isnt signed soon also.

nyrleetch 01-15-2011 09:49 PM

Henrik #1

Avery also played great.

jniklast 01-15-2011 09:50 PM

A good 3rd period is no excuse for completely missing the first two periods. I don't care about good effort in the 3rd or not, they have to play for 60 minutes. Now a bad period here and there can happen, but 12 shots through two periods are inexcusable and they didn't deserve a point. Oh and scoring three goals in a game would be something.

BlueshirtBlitz 01-15-2011 09:50 PM

What a heart breaking loss tonight. The team plays like we know it can in the third period but past that what a trash game from everyone except Hank. Seeing him jump on whoever he did, while funny, really makes you feel so bad for him after the loss.

RangerBhoyBlue 01-15-2011 09:50 PM

Brian Boyle looked good :handclap:

Pizza 01-15-2011 09:50 PM

Great effort to finish the game. We need more of that sooner in the game. Just came up a bit short tonight. We'll figure out the damn habs eventually.

ThisYearsModel 01-15-2011 09:50 PM

That's what you get when you take 2/3rds of the night off. Good 3rd. Otherwise...FAIL

Vitto79 01-15-2011 09:50 PM

that was depressing, how did they not tie it............did they hit the post at the end again?, ahhhhhhhhhhh crap

Miller Time NYR 01-15-2011 09:51 PM

If we played that third period all game we win.
Good hank
Bad dubi(first,last time)
Redden whole team

z1co80 01-15-2011 09:51 PM

Say what you want about this teams performance the first two periods but they never know when they are beaten and tonights third period shows we always have a chance.

Proud of the team for hanging in when they weren't at their best.

Hank was awesome

**** you Les Habitards, That is all

M0rbid 01-15-2011 09:51 PM

They need a PP QB.........

racer90 01-15-2011 09:51 PM

didnt turn out to be as bad of a game as i thought it was gonna.

i dont fault lundy for any of those goals the habs got, and in fact, I think he was great in this game.



only thing im really left scratching my head about is... Gaborik???

DubiDubiDoo 01-15-2011 09:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by peter and wendy (Post 30238032)
Do Habs fans normally infest the GDT's like that?

only when there winning....if there losing you can hear the crickets chirping


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