Most people who yell "shoooot' have never played hockey. From the stands it always looks like there is a shooting lane, so they yell "shooooot."
Unfortunately with the Rangers teams of years past there have been many times where there have been lanes and they still don't shoot. Especially with players like Rozsival. Too much passing, not enough shooting has been a plague of the Rangers for many years. We've always had teams who look for the perfect shot instead of just getting it on net and looking for a garbage goal.
Ok boys... nows the time to turn this **** around.
6 out of the next 7 games are at home, and 4 of them are against sub-.500 teams.
The team is healthy and Henrik is hot. The PP seems to be back. The PK is continuing its greatness. Some even strength goals have come. Drury has scored (wow!), and Anisimov has stepped up... The Dubinksy line seemed to gel late in the Carolina game. Stall is back to himself. Gilroy and Redden are out to prove they belong here.
If there was ever a time to restore order and improve on the dismal 7-9-1 Home record, it is now.
My question to season ticket subscribers and people who bought tickets is: will you still go to games knowing full well that the team will not deliver the results you want or do you sell/give away the tickets.
After last week's game, I put up all of my tickets for the rest of the season on MSGticketExchange. Did this is soon as I walked in the door when I got home from that game. It's too much of hassle to watch those bums.
As a STH I do find it very frustrating to go to losing games. Yes, you're going to catch a stinker now and then, but if they consistently lose at home it definitely takes away from the enthusiasm about going to a game.
Having said that:
it is a real PIA having all these games bunched together because of the Olympics. That is more of deterrent to going to games: cramming all these games into late December.