Thread: Post-Game Talk: Ranger @ Islanders - 10/11/10
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10-11-2010, 03:07 PM
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Then youre just searching for an illegitimate excuse and you've found one. Congratulations.

The bigger issue is to ask yourself why the Rangers let an AHL team stick around in this game anyway and, worse yet, couldnt stop the bleeding once a little adversity came.
Couldn't stop the bleeding?

Getting rid of the best PKer on the team for no reason is going to hurt and shift the momentum. It's unfathomable how you won't admit this. That last 5 minutes should've been an even strength situation and we don't know how it would've turned out. Not to mention neglecting to give us the PP on the rampant no-calls, when we excelled on the PP all game.

The Islanders were handed the end of that game. Yes, it's bad that they had a very real chance of winning. It's worse that we won't know because of the referees.

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