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Wraparounds 04-03-2011 02:21 PM

Player of the Game & The Good, The Bad, The Redden: Game #79 @ Philadelphia Flyers
 
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 Brian Boyle, with 1 wraparound attempt against Philadelphia.

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)
#74 Ruslan Fedotenko 1 (Tomas Vokoun)
#75 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Craig Anderson)
#76 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Tuukka Rask)
#77 The Ghost of Alex Frolov 0 (Jhonas Enroth)
#78 Sean Avery 1 (Al Montoya)
#79 Brian Boyle 1 (Sergei Bobrovsky)

Standings
Player Number of Wraparounds Number of Trophies
Sean Avery 0-7 4 1/3
Vaclav Prospal 0-6 3 1/2
Brian Boyle 0-4 3 1/3
Brandon Dubinsky 0-4 2 5/6
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
Ruslan Fedotenko 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
Erik Christensen Claude Giroux Ruslan Fedotenko

Team
Shots PIM Hits Giveaways Takeaways PP PK Faceoffs
34 20 36 6 10 1-3 3-4 37-66

Opponent
Shots PIM Hits Giveaways Takeaways PP PK Faceoffs
34 18 36 11 6 1-4 2-3 29-66

Boxscore
Period Time Type Goal Primary Assist Secondary Assist
1st 19:59 PP McCabe (7) Stepan (22) Gaborik (24)
2nd 13:30 ES Fedotenko (10) Prospal (13) Staal (21)
SO 1st PS Christensen (5-8)  
SO 2nd PS Wolski (4-8)  

Players
Player Goals Assists Points PIM
Fedotenko 1 0 1 0
McCabe 1 0 1 2
Staal 0 1 1 0
Stepan 0 1 1 0
Gaborik 0 1 1 2
Prospal 0 1 1 2
Callahan 0 0 0 2
McDonagh 0 0 0 2
Boyle 0 0 0 5
Prust 0 0 0 5

Goaltenders
Goaltender Saves Shots Save %
Lundqvist 32 34 .941

Faceoffs
Player Won Taken FO %
Anisimov 4 4 100
Boyle 6 10 60.0
Callahan 0 1 00.0
Christensen 2 7 28.6
Dubinsky 16 24 66.7
Fedotenko 1 1 100
Prospal 1 4 25.0
Stepan 7 15 46.7

+/-, TOI, Shots
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Dubinsky (E, 23:49, 3) Anisimov (E, 16:19, 4) Callahan (E, 24:45, 3)
Prospal (+1, 15:31, 0) Stepan (E, 17:06, 2) Gaborik (+1, 19:16, 5)
Fedotenko (E, 13:07, 2) Boyle (-1, 15:25, 3) Prust (-1, 13:21, 2)
Avery (E, 05:20, 0) Christensen (E, 09:07, 3) Wolski (E, 09:17, 1)

Left Defense Right Defense
Staal (+1, 34:01, 1) Girardi (+1, 32:36, 2)
McDonagh (E, 21:52, 0) Sauer (E, 21:01, 0)
McCabe (-1, 12:20, 3) Eminger (-1, 06:13, 0)


Postgame Reports
Media
Writer Outlet Story
Adam Kimelman NHL.com Rangers outlast Flyers in shootout
Jim Cerny rangers.nhl.com Rangers rebound for a big statement victory at Philly
Rangers regain form with win at Philly: Blueshirts' thrilling OT shootout victory a huge boost in their playoff quest
flyers.nhl.com REEMER REVVING UP
James O'Brien NBCSports.com Game of the Week: This time around, Rangers win shootout against Flyers
Associated Press Wolski SO goal lifts Rangers over Flyers 3-2

Papers
Writer Paper Story
Jesse Spector New York Daily News Rangers drop Flyers in shootout, 3-2, remain in control of own playoff destiny with three games left
Andrew Gross The Record Rangers top Flyers in 3-2 shootout win
Rangers notes: Gutty performance from Marc Staal
Steve Zipay Newsday Rangers win shootout, earn two big points
Larry Brooks New York Post Bad break for Staal pays off: Rangers power way past Flyers
Deja coup: Lundqvist doing best to push Rangers back to playoffs
Dave Caldwell The New York Times Rangers Find a Way to Avoid Repeating History

Headlines of the Gamehttp://i.imgur.com/GdUcs.png

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Photo of the Gamehttp://1.cdn.nhle.com/rangers/images...3_poglarge.jpg

Video
Source Link
NHL.com Full Highlights
Rangers Beat Flyers in Shootout -- 4/3
NBCSports.com Highlights: Rangers edge Flyers
Inside the net: Rangers-Flyers
TSN.ca Highlights: NYR 3, PHI 2
ESPN.com Rangers Top Flyers In Shootout

Youtube
Uploader Video
NHLVideo
ESPN
ICAPNASTYI
redlight2411
hockeyfightsdotcom
specmotors

Professional Blogs
Blogger Blog Story
Jesse Spector The Blueshirts Blog Postgame: Rangers 3, Flyers 2 (SO)
Andrew Gross Ranger Rants Rangers 3, Flyers 2 (SO): Torts still hates shootouts
Rangers 3, Flyers 2 (SO): Wrapping up
Steve Zipay Blue Notes Rangers edge Flyers in shootout, 3-2
Rick Carpiniello Rangers Report Post-game notes
Rangers-Flys in review
Mitch Beck Howlings TURNING IT AROUND
Adam Rotter SNY Rangers Blog FINAL: Rangers 3 Flyers 2 F/OT
Note: Marc Staal Doesn’t Think His Nose Is Broken
Bob Fina Inside Hockey Photo Gallery: Flyers vs Rangers (4/03/11)
Stan Fischler MSG Blogs Rangers: Homestretch Heebie-Jeebies
Rob Simpson An Enormous Win for the Blueshirts

Other Blogs
Blogger Blog Story
Michael Gleich Bleeding All Blue Rangers Rebound To Control Playoff Destiny With Shootout Win Against Flyers
Adam Herman Blue Line Station Redemption! Rangers Win In Shootout Against Flyers
Patrick Hoffman Goal Line Report Rangers Turn Table on Flyers With 3-2 Shootout Win
The Rodent Hockey Rodent Redemption - Part 1
Redemption - Part 2
Kevin DeLury New York Rangers Blog Rangers 3, Flyers 2 (SO)
David Strehle NHL Hot Stove Flyers drop 3-2 shootout decision to Rangers
Mike Savino Ranger Pundit It's All About the BS
Nick Montemagno Rangers Tribune Postgame: Rangers Down Philly in SO with Gutsy Effort, Move into 7th in East
Scotty Hockey Scotty Hockey 42-32-5: Consistently Inconsistent
The Dark Ranger The Dark Ranger Fighting For Eighth

HFBoards Members' Blogs
Blogger Blog Story
AdamGravesNight NY Big Blue Race for 8th: Rangers Get 2 More From Philly
inferno272 Rangers Review Same Story, Different Ending - Rangers @ Flyers Post Game Thoughts…


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FultonReed 04-03-2011 02:23 PM

*sigh of relief*

clmetsfan 04-03-2011 02:23 PM

Hard to pick a POTG today, everyone was rock solid. I'll give it to Hank for another big game and a perfect shootout performance to get us the extra point.

Wraparounds 04-03-2011 02:23 PM

**** yeah. Updates not coming until after 5.

Puckface NYR* 04-03-2011 02:24 PM

i can exhale.

POTG: Staal/Girardi

34+ mins for staal 32+ for Girardi

Blatant 04-03-2011 02:24 PM

What a game!

I thought Gaborik was great tonight, Lundqvist was good.

Great effort, well deserved 2 points. Just no 3 point game tonight. Only 2 points out of 6th with 3 to go. MTL has the tie breaker though.

ColonialsHockey10 04-03-2011 02:24 PM

I've never felt this way after a win before. I'm shaking, and I can't even smile because I am still scared.

POTG: Staal

Good: Gaborik

JimmyStart* 04-03-2011 02:25 PM

Henrik all the way. He doesn't have to pitch shutout's for us to win...he just has to NEAAAARLY pitch shutouts... We'd be bottom 3 in the league without him

BlueShirts88 04-03-2011 02:25 PM

Didn't get the ROW :(

But well take the extra point!

WhatThePuck 04-03-2011 02:25 PM

HUGE WIN !! :handclap:

Staal and Hank are ****ing Heros today !! :yo:

clmetsfan 04-03-2011 02:26 PM

Not sure if anyone is gonna vote for him, but Christensen was really good all game as well, and of course is so money in the shootout.

FutureGM97 04-03-2011 02:26 PM

Huge win boys....another tough one tomorrow.

Xtranova 04-03-2011 02:26 PM

Marc Staal did the trick!

IMPORTANT win!!! Freaking superb!

beastly115 04-03-2011 02:26 PM

Tie between Lundy and Staal. Voted for Staal because he played through a broken nose.

Blatant 04-03-2011 02:27 PM

If we make the playoffs, remember the McCabe trade, and the goal he got with half a second left today.

PP looked good today, even though they only scored on the 5 on 3.

silverfish 04-03-2011 02:28 PM

PotG: gotta be Hank
The good: A lot
The bad: I think Boyle was at fault for both Philly goals but I'll need to see replays again

The Redden: the new NHL tiebreaker

LETS GO BUFFALO

Shrimper 04-03-2011 02:28 PM

Great game and although I would've preffered you to win in normal time, as long as you won. Lundqvist was insane, great goaltender in your hands.

Boom Boom Geoffrion* 04-03-2011 02:28 PM

This was a battle. What a win.

fiedy88 04-03-2011 02:29 PM

POTG: Have to give it to Staalsy for playing so many minutes after getting a broken nose and taking the beating that he did.

Good: Hank of course, Gabby looked better, Danny G right up there too.
Bad: Cally's backpasses, leaving Zherdev that wide open (McD)
The Redden: Carcillo and his pitiful excuse for a mustache. Also, the Flyers trying to fight guys while wearing visors. Scum.

trilobyte 04-03-2011 02:31 PM

POTG: I punched the Marc Staal button, but I was also leaning on the Lundqvist button

The Good: The team wanted to win. That's all I ask for.

The Bad: that rubber legged stretch during the last half of the third.

The Redden: I gave out my year's quota of Reddens after the Islanders game. Hopefully I don't need any more ;-)

ColonialsHockey10 04-03-2011 02:31 PM

Anyone else have a huge headache?

le_sean 04-03-2011 02:31 PM

You're welcome for McDonagh.

****** Sather and his Jedi Mind Tricks.

mrjimmyg89 04-03-2011 02:31 PM

POTG: Staal. Broken nose, blocked shots, was a warrior

Good: Hank, Girardi, Dubinsky, Anisimov

Bad: OT play, looked horrible and a mess.

Redden: Nobody stood out in this regard.

AJRanger 04-03-2011 02:31 PM

Thought Danny G was phenomenal out there, Gaborik had a great game too.

KingWantsCup 04-03-2011 02:31 PM

Thank God! I HATE playing in Philly ... so happy we came away with 2 points.


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