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01-22-2010, 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Nyrvana View Post
While I believe that Girardi, or some other Ranger should have stepped in. Andrew Gross does make a good point that Girardi would have been tossed, we would have had to play the rest of the game a man down and put them on a powerplay. Also, Gaborik did drop his gloves and all Carcillo did was try to get him away from jumping in on the scrum that Dubinsky was involved in. It's a tough line, hockey players know what they're getting themselves into when they drop their gloves. With that said, I feel that if it wasn't an immediate reaction, then it just shows how gutless the Rangers really are. You need to protect your best player, especially when the other team's good is fighting him.
Yea, but honestly, who gives a ****? Sometimes a message is bigger than the game, especially against a divisional rival. The team was flat, and your best player just got dropped by that greasy **** Carcillo. If youre not going to make a statement at that time, then when?

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