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Wraparounds 03-20-2011 02:52 PM

Player of the Game & The Good, The Bad, The Redden: Game #73 @ Pittsburgh Penguins
 
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, with 1 wraparound attempt against Pittsburgh.

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 (Carey Price)
#47 Mats Zuccarello 1 (Brian Boucher)
#48 Marian Gaborik 1 (Jonas Gustavsson)
#49 Brian Boyle/Marc Staal/Wojtek Wolski 1 (Cam Ward)
#50 Mats Zuccarello 1 (Ondrej Pavelec)
#51 Chris Drury 1 (Braden Holtby)
#52 Sean Avery/Marian Gaborik 1 (Tomas Vokoun)
#53 Chris Drury 1 (Marc-Andre Fleury)
#54 Vaclav Prospal 1 (Martin Brodeur)
#55 Artem Anisimov/Vaclav Prospal 1 (Carey Price)
#56 Brian Boyle 1 (Jimmy Howard)
#57 Derek Stepan 1 (Ondrej Pavelec)
#58 Sean Avery 1 (Marc-Andre Fleury)
#59 Brandon Dubinsky/Brandon Prust 1 (Jonathan Bernier)
#60 Erik Christensen 1 (Johan Hedberg)
#61 Ryan Callahan/Marian Gaborik/Marc Staal/Wojtek Wolski 1 (Brian Boucher)
#62 Vaclav Prospal/Wojtek Wolski 1 (Cam Ward)
#63 Brandon Dubinsky 1 (Michal Neuvirth)
#64 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Dwayne Roloson)
#65 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Ryan Miller)
#66 Vaclav Prospal 2 (Jose Theodore)
#67 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Craig Anderson)
#68 Brandon Prust 1 (Brian Boucher)
#69 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Dan Ellis)
#70 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Antti Niemi)
#71 Artem Anisimov/Sean Avery 1 (Al Montoya/Nathan Lawson)
#72 Ryan Callahan/Vaclav Prospal 1 (Carey Price/Alex Auld)
#73 Brian Boyle 1 (Marc-Andre Fleury)

Standings
Player Number of Wraparounds Number of Trophies
Vaclav Prospal 0-6 3 1/2
Sean Avery 0-6 3 1/3
Brandon Dubinsky 0-4 2 5/6
Brian Boyle 0-3 2 1/3
Chris Drury 0-2 2
Mats Zuccarello 0-2 2
Brandon Prust 0-4 1 5/6
Marian Gaborik 0-3 1 3/4
Artem Anisimov 0-2 1
Erik Christensen 0-1 1
Derek Stepan 0-1 1
Wojtek Wolski 0-3 11/12
Ryan Callahan 0-2 3/4
Marc Staal 0-2 5/12


Game Statistics
Three Stars
First Star Second Star Third Star
Ryan Callahan Henrik Lundqvist Brandon Dubinsky

Team
Shots PIM Hits Giveaways Takeaways PP PK Faceoffs
27 21 39 0 1 3-3 2-3 26-47

Opponent
Shots PIM Hits Giveaways Takeaways PP PK Faceoffs
40 6 24 2 5 1-3 0-3 21-47

Boxscore
Period Time Type Goal Primary Assist Secondary Assist
1st 11:20 ES Anisimov (18) Callahan (22) Dubinsky (28)
3rd 09:28 PP Gaborik (22) Dubinsky (29) Prospal (12)
3rd 09:39 PP Callahan (23) Christensen (15) Zuccarello (16)
3rd 18:45 ES Stepan (19) McDonagh (8) Anisimov (23)
3rd 19:20 EN Dubinsky (21) Callahan (23)

Players
Player Goals Assists Points PIM
Dubinsky 1 2 3 0
Callahan 1 2 3 2
Anisimov 1 1 2 0
Gaborik 1 0 1 0
Stepan 1 0 1 0
Christensen 0 1 1 0
Prospal 0 1 1 0
Zuccarello 0 1 1 0
McDonagh 0 1 1 2
Sauer 0 0 0 2

Goaltenders
Goaltender Saves Shots Save %
Lundqvist 38 40 .950

Faceoffs
Player Won Taken FO %
Anisimov 0 1 00.0
Boyle 7 15 46.7
Christensen 4 6 66.7
Dubinsky 11 17 64.7
Fedotenko 1 1 100
Prospal 1 2 50.0
Stepan 2 5 40.0

+/-, TOI, Shots
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Dubinsky (E, 21:43, 2) Anisimov (+2, 16:58, 2) Callahan (+1, 20:52, 4)
Fedotenko (E, 14:21, 4) Boyle (+1, 16:53, 4) Prust (E, 14:31, 0)
Wolski (-1, 12:33, 0) Stepan (E, 18:22, 2) Zuccarello (-1, 12:37, 0)
Prospal (E, 11:39, 1) Christensen (-1, 07:37, 0) Gaborik (E, 12:20, 2)

Left Defense Right Defense
Eminger (E, 24:19, 0) Girardi (E, 25:25, 1)
McDonagh (+2, 18:09, 2) Sauer (+2, 19:35, 1)
McCabe (E, 15:12, 2) Gilroy (E, 10:54 0)


Postgame Reports
Media
Outlet Story
NHL.com Rangers take fourth in a row with four-goal third period
rangers.nhl.com Rangers surge past Penguins for fourth win in row
Rangers complete road sweep of Pens: Gutsy third-period effort, power play goals open door to two more points
Associated Press Rangers score 4 in 3rd period to top Penguins 5-2

Papers
Writer Paper Story
Jesse Spector New York Daily News Rangers get power-play goals from Marian Gaborik, Ryan Callahan in 5-2 win over Pittsburgh Penguins
Andrew Gross The Record Power-play goals help Rangers score 5-2 win over Penguins
Steve Zipay Newsday Rangers top Pens, win fourth straight
Larry Brooks New York Post Achy Rangers' Lundqvist starts, wins after push from coach
Cheap shot by Penguins' Cooke on Rangers' McDonagh will test crackdown
Jeff Klein The New York Times Rangers Beat Penguins to Extend Win Streak to 4

Photo of the Gamehttp://cdn.nhl.com/rangers/images/up...0_poglarge.jpg

Video
Source Link
NHL.com Full Highlights
TSN.ca Highlights: NYR 5, PIT 2
NBCSports.com Highlights: Rangers surge in third period for win
Big win for the Rangers
Cooke Delivers Cheap Shot
ESPN.com Rangers Down Penguins, 5-2

Youtube
Uploader Video
NHLVideo
ESPN
specmotors
LoFFeN1987

Professional Blogs
Blogger Blog Story
Jesse Spector The Blueshirts Blog Postgame: Rangers 5, Penguins 2
Andrew Gross Ranger Rants Rangers 5, Penguins 2: McDonagh passes medical tests as suspension should be looming for Cooke
Rangers 5, Penguins 2: Wrapping up
Steve Zipay Blue Notes Details from Pitt: 2 PP goals, Cooke's hit, key in 5-2 win
Post-game Xtra...NY 3 up on Sabres, six on Canes
Rick Carpiniello Rangers Report Post-game notes
Rangers-Penguins in review … by guest blogger eddie eddie eddie
Mitch Beck Howlings BIG THIRD LEADS RANGERS PAST PENGUINS
Adam Rotter SNY Rangers Blog InGame: Rangers 5 Penguins 2
Angie Carducci Inside Hockey Lack of Discipline Costs Pens in 5-2 Loss
Christopher Botta Slap Shot Matt Cooke Does It Again
Stan Fischler MSG Rangers: Onward and Upward -- but How High?

Other Blogs
Blogger Blog Story
Michael Gleich Bleeding All Blue Rangers Third Period Rally Sparked By Cooke Elbow, Extend Winning Streak To Four
Adam Herman Blue Line Station Matt Cooke Leads Rangers To Victory
Patrick Hoffman Goal Line Report Lundqvist Shines in Rangers 5-2 Victory Over the Penguins
The Rodent Hockey Rodent Thing 1 and Thing 2
Kevin DeLury New York Rangers Blog Rangers 5, Penguins 2
Sather: Cook Should Get 10 Games
Mike Savino Ranger Pundit Lundqvist 'Cooke's' Penguins
inferno272 Rangers Review Hypocrite - Rangers @ Penguins Post Game Thoughts…
Nick Montemagno Rangers Tribune Postgame: Rangers Keep on Rolling, Beat Pens for Fourth Straight Win
Scotty Hockey Scotty Hockey 39-30-4: Can You Smell What We're Cooke-ing?
The Dark Ranger The Dark Rangers Rangers Surge Into Playoff Territory NYR 5/Pitts 2


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DrZoidberg 03-20-2011 02:52 PM

Henrik Lundqvist for POTG

Ail 03-20-2011 02:52 PM

A 4 game winning streak, dear lord.

WhiskeyDeke 03-20-2011 02:53 PM

Suck it, Pittsburgh!

92hatchattack 03-20-2011 02:54 PM

Im going to give props to Gabby for FINALLY comming up with that big goal when we needed it VS a good team.

Dredden 03-20-2011 02:54 PM

POTG: Callahan and Sauer
The Good: Hank, Dubi, Anisimov, McD and Eminger
The Bad: Girardi, Prospal, McCabe
Redden: Cooke

Ranger Angst 03-20-2011 02:55 PM

Henry POTG. Good Cally ,Dubi Sauer McD.

Loffen 03-20-2011 02:55 PM


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emTQpD8jmuw

Thank you, mofo.

Ani simov mal 03-20-2011 02:55 PM

POTG: Matt Cooke
Good: Callahan
Bad: Powerplay still sucks....
Redden: Fluery looking as bad as Lundqvist usually does

TrollololBoyle 03-20-2011 02:56 PM

Another game that could be in the runnings for Rangers GOTY

ColonialsHockey10 03-20-2011 02:56 PM

POTG: Callahan and Lundqvist were equal

Good: Dubinsky, McDonagh. Eminger was amazing tonight, good for him.

Bad: Girardi

Redden: Matt Cooke is a *******, so is Jordan Staal

And the Rangers had no business winning this game. Solid 1st period and a great final 10 minutes. Everything else was piss poor.

Xtranova 03-20-2011 02:57 PM

Henrik wants Cup!

JeffMangum 03-20-2011 02:58 PM

POTG: Matt Cooke
Good: Callahan (3P), Gaborik, McDonagh, Sauer, Lundqvist, Anisimov, Eminger
Bad: Girardi, Zuccarello, Christensen
Redden: Girardi/Zuccarello on that Kunitz goal

Wraparounds 03-20-2011 02:58 PM

I know he won't get the votes because so many guys played well, but props to Steve Eminger for his best game as a Ranger. 24:19 TOI and he was a wrecking ball.

StaalWars 03-20-2011 02:58 PM

Reserving my vote for the Redden for after the NHL rules on Cooke.

Machinehead 03-20-2011 02:58 PM

This was really special for me. 3-0 in Pittsburgh, and all 3 were thrilling victories. For most Rangers fans it's the Isles, Devils, or Flyers, but for me, the Pens are public enemy number 1. I was very pleased to shove that game so far up Matt Cooke's ass it came out his eye sockets. After Cally's goal I went on a profanity-laced tirade directed at the Pens the likes of which I had never before conjured. It felt good, but not quite as good as that win.

The Good: Everyone and their Aunt Sally, specifically the dirty birds finally getting what they deserve in the form of an eight and a half minute Rangers powerplay, and the Rangers PK with 4 phenomenal kills.

The Bad: Girardi is a lost puppy without Staal

The Redden: Matt Cooke, but that's ok because my bro McDonagh stuck with it and picked up a key assist.

My 3 stars

:stanley: The Penalty Kill by Committee (so I voted other)

:win: Ryan Callahan

:cheers: Henrik Lundqvist

Sticky Fingers 03-20-2011 02:58 PM

POTG: King Henrik!
Good: Cally, Sauer, Eminger, 4 win streak, 2PP goal, PK team, Gabe with huge goal
The bad: Prospal, Christensen (was he playing?)
Redden: Cooke

Abooch68 03-20-2011 02:59 PM

Do you smell what Ryan Callahan is cookin? Rock bottom on Talbot in front of Lundqvist... haha

NyRangers88 03-20-2011 03:00 PM

POTG: Callahan and his expression when he scored!

The good: Henrik is back, nothing iffy from the injury
The bad: The penguins fans and them booing the refs for the "bad" calls
The Redden: Matt Cooke

Onion Boy 03-20-2011 03:00 PM

POTG: Cally, taking a nasty high stick and scoring the game winner.

Good: Sauer clearing the crease AGAIN, McD not missing a ship.

Bad: Lundqvist played excellently, but his movements still looked off tonight.

Redden: The powerplay won us the game, but it was still ugly to watch.

92hatchattack 03-20-2011 03:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wraparounds (Post 31791483)
I know he won't get the votes because so many guys played well, but props to Steve Eminger for his best game as a Ranger. 24:19 TOI and he was a wrecking ball.

Wow, didnt relize he got so much time today. It is evident (as it was then) that Emy should be in the lineup over MDZ. We might be in a bit better position this year if torts had made the change sooner.

Sticky Fingers 03-20-2011 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wraparounds (Post 31791483)
I know he won't get the votes because so many guys played well, but props to Steve Eminger for his best game as a Ranger. 24:19 TOI and he was a wrecking ball.

He had a real solid game tonight, can't understand why he isn't playing all the time..:shakehead

Provolone* 03-20-2011 03:02 PM

POTG: Cally
Good: Henrik is on top of his game and the way the D is clearing the crease during and after the whistle.
Bad: The first half of that 5 min. PP was beyond pathetic. Wolski n McCabe were invisible, as they usually are.
Redden: 10 games for Cooke. That was way worse than what Gillies did and both he and Gillies have the same reputation.

Ryan McDonut 03-20-2011 03:03 PM

POTG: Ryan Callahan
The Good: Hank. Ryan Callahan with 46 points in 53 games (if my math is correct) jeez. what a third liner he is :sarcasm:
the bad: girardi, he sure looks clueless without marc staal.
the redden: matt cooke. dan bylsma whining for that goalie interference call :laugh:

Draft Guru 03-20-2011 03:03 PM

Big props to Eminger, he was a beast today. Really threw the body around. Not his fault on the Staal goal, Girardi drifted too far over.


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