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Wraparounds 01-20-2011 08:34 PM

Player of the Game & The Good, The Bad, The Redden: Game #49 @ Carolina Hurricanes
 
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
http://i.imgur.com/jZuit.png

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 Brian Boyle, Marc Staal, and Wojtek Wolski, all with 1 wraparound attempt against Carolina.

The Hall of Wraparounds
Game Trophy Recipient Wraparounds (Opposing Goaltender)
#44 Sean Avery 2 (Alex Auld)
#45 Brandon Dubinsky 1 (Cory Schneider)
#46 Sean Avery/Brandon Dubinsky/Brandon Prust 1/1/1 (Carey Price)
#47 Mats Zuccarello 1 (Brian Boucher)
#48 Marian Gaborik 1 (Jonas Gustavsson)
#49 Brian Boyle/Marc Staal/Wojtek Wolski 1/1/1 (Cam Ward)

Standings
Player Number of Wraparounds Number of Trophies
Sean Avery 3 1⅓
Brandon Dubinsky 2 1⅓
Marian Gaborik 1 1
Mats Zuccarello 1 1
Brandon Prust 2
Brian Boyle 1
Marc Staal 1
Wojtek Wolski 1


Game Statistics
Three Stars
First Star Second Star Third Star
Chad LaRose Jeff Skinner Cam Ward

Team
Shots Hits Giveaways Takeaways PIM PP PK Faceoffs
40 26 10 9 24 0-2 1-2 33-59

Boxscore
Period Time Type Goal Primary Assist Secondary Assist
3rd 11:40 ES Prust (6) Kolarik (1) McDonagh (1)

Players
Player Goals Assists Points PIM
Prust 1 0 1 5
Kolarik 0 1 1 0
McDonagh 0 1 1 0
Sauer 0 0 0 2
Avery 0 0 0 4
Newbury 0 0 0 5

Goaltenders
Goaltender Saves Shots Save %
Lundqvist 32 36 .889

Faceoffs
Player Won Taken FO %
Anisimov 6 11 54.5
Boyle 8 16 50.0
Drury 6 9 66.7
Newbury 8 10 80.0
Prust 1 2 50.0
Stepan 4 11 36.4

+/-, TOI, Shots
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Avery (-1, 17:25, 2) Anisimov (-1, 16:53, 7) Gaborik (-1, 17:58, 2)
Wolski (-1, 19:52, 5) Stepan (-1, 19:46, 2) Zuccarello (-1, 19:39, 3)
Drury (E, 12:45, 2) Boyle (+1, 16:03, 2) Prust (+1, 13:28, 3)
Weise (-1, 9:11, 0) Newbury (-1, 8:42, 1) Kolarik (E, 8:48, 4)

Left Defense Right Defense
Staal (-2, 24:09, 4) Girardi (-1, 22:36, 2)
Gilroy (E, 18:44, 0) Sauer (-1, 19:01, 0)
McDonagh (E, 16:38, 1) Eminger (E, 15:52, 0)


Postgame Reports
Media
Outlet Story
rangers.nhl.com Rangers Ward-ed off by a hot goalie
hurricanes.nhl.com Hurricanes 4, Rangers 1
MSG.com Tortorella Postgame (1/20): Loss to Canes
Associated Press Ward makes 39 saves in Hurricanes' win

Papers
Writer Paper Story
Jesse Spector New York Daily News Cam Ward makes 39 saves in fight-filled, 4-1 New York Rangers defeat to Carolina Hurricanes
Andrew Gross The Record Rangers can't weather Hurricanes in 4-1 loss
Steve Zipay Newsday Rangers run out of steam in loss to Carolina
Larry Brooks New York Post 'D' Rangers fall flat in Carolina

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 Blueshirts Blog Rangers razed by 'Canes thanks to 'brutal' defense
Andrew Gross Ranger Rants Hurricanes 4, Rangers 1: Wrapping up
Steve Zipay Blues Notes The Gamer: Rangers shot down in Carolina run-and-gun, 4-1
Postgame Xtra from Raleigh: Notes, Quotes, Stats
Rick Carpiniello Rangers Report Post-game notes
Canes-Rangers in review
Adam Rotter SNY Rangers Blog Final: Hurricanes 4 Rangers 1
Nick Montemagno Blueshirt Banter Rangers Recap: Back to Reality for Rangers in 4-1 Loss to Hurricanes
Mitch Beck Howlings RANGER ROOKIES PLAY WELL BUT CAN’T STOP THE STORM

Other Blogs
Blog Story
Bleeding All Blue Rangers Brutal Defensive Effort Costs Them in 4-1 Loss To Carolina
Blue Seat Blogs Ward Shuts Down Rangers Again in 4-1 Hurricanes Win
Hockey Rodent Finishers
New York Rangers Blog Hurricanes 4, Rangers 1
Ranger Pundit Caned Again.
Rangers Review Leftovers - Rangers @ Hurricanes Post Game Thoughts…
Rangers Tribune Postgame: Defensive Collapses Lead to 4-1 Loss to Hurricanes
Scotty Hockey 27-19-3: Sad Loss Down South
The Dark Ranger CSI - Carolina Scene Investigation -- Nothing to See Here


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 #46 @ Montreal Canadiens
#47 vs. Philadelphia Flyers #47 vs. Philadelphia Flyers
#48 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs #48 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
#49 @ Carolina Hurricanes  

Jim Morrison 01-20-2011 08:35 PM

Don't think this lineup is good enough. Too bad, could cost the Rangers their playoff spot and it'll be hard to get it back when they're healthy.

NYRFAN218 01-20-2011 08:35 PM

Prust had a good fight and the only goal. Played solid so I'll vote for him. Kolarik is also deserving of some votes. Everything else, meh.

WeWillWinTonight 01-20-2011 08:37 PM

Must win Saturday, that is all

ceej730 01-20-2011 08:37 PM

How come I cant vote?

Placid 01-20-2011 08:37 PM

The good : Liked the W2 - Stepan - Zucc line, they had some great moments.
The bad : Defense was atrocious today :/
The Redden : see "bad"

New York RKY 01-20-2011 08:38 PM

Wolski and Staal also had one wraparound attempt.

The Good: meh, Lundy I guess

The Bad: Chris Drury

The Redden: The Redden-esque contract of Chris Drury.

silverfish 01-20-2011 08:38 PM

The Redden goes to the Staal - Girardi pairing, no way around that

Placid 01-20-2011 08:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ceej730 (Post 30349237)
How come I cant vote?

The actual poll hadnt been put up yet :)

BlueshirtBlitz 01-20-2011 08:39 PM

Voted for this Brandin Prust fellow. He wasn't on the team tonight so he must've been pretty good. ;)

The good: W2-Step-MZA
The bad: Defense sucked really bad tonight.
The redden: HFboards for very likely being unbearable until Dubinsky and Cally come back.

NYRFAN218 01-20-2011 08:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by silverfish (Post 30349269)
The Redden goes to the Staal - Girardi pairing, no way around that

Both looked extremely slow tonight and were beat over and over. Gotta imagine some of it was due to fatigue from playing last night though they didn't exactly exert much energy in that win.

TrollololBoyle 01-20-2011 08:39 PM

Player Of The Game

1A: Kolarik (Had some great chances, did everything on the ice, he could be a very valuable piece for the Rangers down the road)
1B: McDonagh (For his first assist!)
1C: Prust (For getting a goal while simultaneously giving 2 rookies their first NHL points)

2:.......

3:.......

Anthony Mauro 01-20-2011 08:40 PM

Game was sloppy, you could tell they were on a plane back getting some rest. kolarik had nice jump, i'd like to see him stick when the dust settles. wiese goes back soon. drury blows.

Wraparounds 01-20-2011 08:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NYSportsfan6230 (Post 30349261)
Wolski and Staal also had one wraparound attempt.

The Good: meh, Lundy I guess

The Bad: Chris Drury

The Redden: The Redden-esque contract of Chris Drury.

The Wolski one at the end doesn't count. He moved towards the slot and it was too prolonged to count.

NYRFAN218 01-20-2011 08:41 PM

Wow, the Rangers had 40 shots on goal tonight. I can't believe that. Ward did play great and made the saves when he had to but none of the chances outside of the ones in the first period were that tough IMO.

Alvvays 01-20-2011 08:43 PM

The Good - Absolutely nothing. They had 40 shots, but that's not a positive when you can only finish on one.

The Bad - Everything.

The Redden - Defensive coverage.

DrZoidberg 01-20-2011 08:44 PM

Voted Prust.

Good: Effort was there for a good majority of the game. Especially the first.
Bad: Injuries. Team looks tired and worn, specifically Staal and Girardi.
Redden: Chris Drury

Wraparounds 01-20-2011 08:46 PM

Stats are updated. I'm not doing stories until much later. Eff this.

Norwegian 01-20-2011 08:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Placid (Post 30349245)
The good : Liked the W2 - Stepan - Zucc line, they had some great moments.
The bad : Defense was atrocious today :/
The Redden : see "bad"


didnt like wolski tonight slowed up that line and made some bad decisions.

Kolarik played ok so did prust and Lundquist. but i tought MZA was the best ranger today
bad: avery, wolski and girardis play on the offensive blueline

New York RKY 01-20-2011 08:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wraparounds (Post 30349420)
The Wolski one at the end doesn't count. He moved towards the slot and it was too prolonged to count.

I believe he had one in the 2nd period IIRC, but nonetheless I know Staal definitely had one too :P

NCRanger 01-20-2011 08:53 PM

Player of the Game : Chad Kolarik

The Good : Kolarik & Prust

The Bad : Marc Staal

The Redden : The kindergarten classroom that is the RBC Center. Is there any other arena in the league that pollutes the air with more "sound effects" geared toward the mentality of a six-year old?

tjs252 01-20-2011 08:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by silverfish (Post 30349269)
The Redden goes to the Staal - Girardi pairing, no way around that

Definitely. Inexcusably bad.

DoTheBlue 01-20-2011 08:59 PM

The good - Kolarik, Prust

The bad - Helped a team that is chasing us for a playoff spot

The Redden - Gaborik for following the now predictable pattern of not producing against the better teams.

Mint Berry Crunch 01-20-2011 09:00 PM

Player of the Game: Chad Kolarik
The Good: Got a good look at Kolarik, W2-Step-Zucc continues to look good and create chances.
The Redden: Marc Staal absolutely shat the bed.

Cam Ward and Jeff Skinner = Ranger killers. :(

Killem Dafoe 01-20-2011 09:03 PM

kolarik for player of the game


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