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#49 - 01.17.2010 | Montreal Canadiens @ New York Rangers | 7:00 PM - MSG (HD)

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01-17-2010, 09:57 PM
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So, I watched this game at a couple of bars tonight. I encountered a Quebecois in the second bar. Got into it with him a little. They threw me out when I dumped half a Blue Moon on his ****ing head when Gaborik scored. I'm still drunk.
I'm gonna need to hear the entire story about this one.

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01-17-2010, 10:01 PM
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They're still ******. I am not falling for their clever ruse.

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01-17-2010, 10:03 PM
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Lol @ Joe in the Redden fight. "He's so long and...... range-y!"

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01-17-2010, 10:05 PM
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Lol @ Joe in the Redden fight. "He's so long and...... range-y!"
At least he didn't say hard. Otherwise there'd be like 4 threads on him.

BTW the habs GDT is hysterical

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01-17-2010, 10:25 PM
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The power play still needs a little work. But I like Drury better on the point than Kotalik. Kotalik has a harder shot but Drury is more accurate. Also Drury does a better job of keeping the puck in the zone. Kotalik always turns over the puck on the pp.

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01-17-2010, 10:27 PM
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Lol @ Joe in the Redden fight. "He's so long and...... range-y!"
lol yeah Joe says some weird things during the broadcast. Gomez pokes Dubinsky with his stick and Joe says it probably a friendly jab.

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01-17-2010, 10:32 PM
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01-17-2010, 11:05 PM
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I'm surprised they didnt ask hank how he felt about the cheat goal.

If I were him I'd be pissed about that since it made his sv% for that game garbage. Would've been .95 if not for that...

Hell, once it was 5-2 I was hoping they'd get a ton of shots off on hank so he could bring his sv% back up to .93 or so

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01-17-2010, 11:31 PM
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The power play still needs a little work. But I like Drury better on the point than Kotalik. Kotalik has a harder shot but Drury is more accurate. Also Drury does a better job of keeping the puck in the zone. Kotalik always turns over the puck on the pp.
on top of that Drury probably plays better defense than some of our blueliners.

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01-17-2010, 11:54 PM
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Listening to Joe Micheletti was the one negative thing about watching the game.
He was just out of control.
I mean he's usually pretty irritating, but when the Rangers are playing well he can't contain himself and it's like listening to a 12 year old on a sugar high.

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01-18-2010, 12:05 AM
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The power play still needs a little work. But I like Drury better on the point than Kotalik. Kotalik has a harder shot but Drury is more accurate. Also Drury does a better job of keeping the puck in the zone. Kotalik always turns over the puck on the pp.
Kotalik is pretty undependable in any situation. I'd go with Drury for now, simply because Ales is a 1/2-dimensional player. i wish I was Torts so I could come up with really great ways to punish the waste-of-a-jersey Kotalik.

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01-18-2010, 12:07 AM
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Gotta love the effort tonight!


LGR

And I hope all those habs fans chant ole ole ole all the way back to Canada you dumb ****s. Screw you candians who booed our national anthem tonight
Habs fan here..was at the game...Ranger fans were fun to be around..didn't give me too hard of a time!

I call BS though on this post...

Let's not make up stories here about booing the anthem...I was there..there were no audible boos if any booing at all...don't drag a fanbase through the mud based on some schmuck sitting next to you.

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01-18-2010, 12:22 AM
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Habs fan here..was at the game...Ranger fans were fun to be around..didn't give me too hard of a time!

I call BS though on this post...

Let's not make up stories here about booing the anthem...I was there..there were no audible boos if any booing at all...don't drag a fanbase through the mud based on some schmuck sitting next to you.
I was there as well, and didn't hear any boos if there were any.

I DID hear a very audible Ole chant......coming from Ranger fans after the 5th goal.

Always fun to be around Habs fans, but only when you guys lose.

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01-18-2010, 12:42 AM
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At least he didn't say hard. Otherwise there'd be like 4 threads on him.

BTW the habs GDT is hysterical

I'll be checking that out shortly.



Missed the game (work). I wish they saved those last 3 goals for Tampa Bay on Tuesday.

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01-18-2010, 12:46 AM
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http://www.insidehockey.com/columns/5612

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“We felt the energy in the building and on the ice. You get confidence,” Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist said of the second period. “Sometimes you try, try, try, and there’s no result. It’s tough to stay on the course. When it pays off like that, you can feel the energy on the ice. That’s good that a lot of guys scored tonight.”

“It’s good for us to get a game like that. No secret we’ve had trouble scoring recently,” said forward Ryan Callahan, who tied his career-high with four points (2-2-4). “To get six like that it shows that we can do it as long as we stick to the game plan, getting pucks to the net and getting people there.”

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01-18-2010, 12:56 AM
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The Habs GDT thread is great. The downward spiral after the 1st period exemplifies a fanbase that may be more bipolar than ours.

"Gomez is going to take over in the 3rd period, just watch!"
The only thing I saw Gomez do in the 3rd is attempt to hit Dubi in the balls.

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01-18-2010, 01:40 AM
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The quote from Henrik

“We felt the energy in the building and on the ice. You get confidence,” Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist said of the second period. “Sometimes you try, try, try, and there’s no result. It’s tough to stay on the course. When it pays off like that, you can feel the energy on the ice. That’s good that a lot of guys scored tonight.”

It just says what a bunch of shmucks the team is when they don't bust their ***** off. When they don't play hard like they did against the Devils and they did tonight against a pretty crappy team, they should be criticized.
Forget this idea of giving them credit. They can play hard, and the nights when they don't seem to give a crap they should be criticized.

Think what it means to a goalie like Henrik. Look at how many teams sit there hoping and praying for a decent goalie to give them some confidence. They have *****.
And NYR has Henrik Lundqvist and the team only comes out hard every now and then.

Grow up NYR, get real. Live up to your capabilities.

The team played well tonight. Why don' hey challenge themselves to turn in a decent effort two games in a row? How long since this team showed an effort two games in a row?
Baby steps.


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01-18-2010, 04:16 AM
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This was exactly like the Columbus game btw, except we scored 6 instead of 7
This was nothing like the Columbus game imho. I thought tonight we went out there and scored some goals. That game was more like, we went out there, and they let us score goals. These were dirty, gutty, hard working goals by and large.

something we have been obviously lacking, which makes me sick to my stomach to think about.

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01-18-2010, 04:53 AM
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i did want to add one thing...

its amazing that there is actually a team out there thats even softer than us.

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01-18-2010, 06:36 AM
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Dubinsky and Callahan just have to duplicate their performances from last night for 30 more times this season. They can be the Rangers Kane and Toews while Gaborik is their Hossa

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01-18-2010, 08:13 AM
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I dare anyone to watch that second period and not become a hockey fan.

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01-18-2010, 08:48 AM
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Great game from Dubinsky. He's shown flashes, now lets see him show some consistency.

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01-18-2010, 09:08 AM
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Great game from Dubinsky. He's shown flashes, now lets see him show some consistency.
You mean 16 points in the 17 games since returning from his injury, or the fact that he's the 3rd leading scorer on the team while missing 13 games, or being only one of three players with 10 or more goals?

I've got a better idea...leave the Prospal/Dubinsky/Gaborik line alone.

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You mean 16 points in the 17 games since returning from his injury, or the fact that he's the 3rd leading scorer on the team while missing 13 games, or being only one of three players with 10 or more goals?

I've got a better idea...leave the Prospal/Dubinsky/Gaborik line alone.
That number is skewed by the fact that line went two games without a point. THen they explode for 8 points.

LIke the Czech Mates all over again.

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That number is skewed by the fact that line went two games without a point. THen they explode for 8 points.

LIke the Czech Mates all over again.
That line wasn't together for those two games. The Dubinsky/Christensen/Gaborik line was producing until Tortorella broke them up upon the return of Prospal...and no one scored.

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