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11-11-2013, 06:43 AM
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Originally Posted by jniklast View Post
They completely dominated the Panthers in the third period for ~12 minutes, hardly allowing them a shot on goal, and then suddenly they let them get back into the game (even before the game). It nearly cost a two goal lead against one of the worst teams in the league on the 2nd night of a back-to-back, and it will cost against stronger opponents. That was totally unacceptable.
The Rangers are taking advantage of a soft schedule. Beginning on November 30,the Rangers will play 12 games before the Christmas break. One of them will be a road game and its against Buffalo. They aren't playing many tough teams in those home games.

Vancouver,Winnipeg,Jersey,Caps,Nashville,Columbus, Calgary,Pittsburgh,Islanders,Minnesota and Toronto. They have Jersey tomorrow. Montreal on Saturday. LA and Boston at home next week. Road trip to Dallas,Nashville,TB,Florida and Boston(Black Friday).Then begins the home games before Christmas break.

The Rangers aren't a great team. The conference stinks. The Rangers can put themselves in a nice spot by taking advantage of their schedule in the next 6 weeks.

What stronger opponents? They're all in the west.

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