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10-22-2010, 09:11 PM
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#6 - 10.23.2010 | New York Rangers @ Boston Bruins | 7:00 PM - MSG (HD)






THE MATCHUP
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[2-2-1] ___________ [4-1-0]


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NEWS & NOTES

GAME LINKS:

Game Preview - Last Matchup; NYR@BOS 3/21/10 - NHL.com - Rangers.com - Bruins.com
NY Post - Jesse Spector - Andrew Gross - MSG.com - Yahoo Sports - ESPN.com - TSN.ca




OCTOBER SCHEDULE:





QUOTES TO NOTE:

I definitely think this was our most complete effort yet. We were really hard on the forecheck and strong in our own zone.
I really think it was a strong 60-minute effort, and it's going to take another 77 of those this year to get us into the playoffs.
- Dan Girardi


We set a high mark tonight and that's gonna have to be the mark we reach every game.
I think we have to challenge one another to get to that point.
- Martin Biron


I thought everybody contributed in all areas. Our neutral zone play was where we really improved.
We have to play that way and that has to be a game we play all the time.
- John Tortorella







BOSTON BRUINS





TEAM STATS / STANDINGS:

GP: 5 | W: 4 | L: 1 | OTL: 0 | Pts: 8 | GF: 16 | GA: 8 | PP%: 21.0 | PK%: 93.3 | FO%: 48.2
HOME: 1-1-0 | AWAY: 3-0-0 | LAST 10: 4-1-0 | STREAK: W4

Division: 2nd | Conference: 5th | League: 9th



TEAM LEADERS:

Goals: Nathan Horton | 4
Assists: David Krejci | 5
Points: Nathan Horton | 7
+/-: Milan Lucic | +3
Hits: Shawn Thornton | 14
PIM: Gregory Campbell | 18
FO%: Gregory Campbell | 52.5
TOI/G F: David Krejci | 19:17
TOI/G D: Zdeno Chara | 27:34



PROJECTED LINES:

Milan Lucic - David Krejci - Nathan Horton
Jordan Caron - Patrice Bergeron (A) - Blake Wheeler
Mark Recchi (A) - Tyler Seguin - Michael Ryder
Brad Marchand - Gregory Campbell - Shawn Thornton

Zdeno Chara (C) - Johnny Boychuk
Mark Stuart - Dennis Seidenberg
Andrew Ference - Matt Hunwick

*Healthy Scratches: McGratton, Paille, McQuaid



STARTING GOALIE:


Tuukka Rask

GP: 1 | W: 0 | L: 1 | OT: 0 | SV% .889 | GAA: 4.00 | SO: 0


INJURIES / SUSPENSIONS / MISC:

Marco Sturm - IR: Knee injury
Marc Savard - IR: Post Concussion Syndrome








NEW YORK RANGERS





TEAM STATS / STANDINGS:

GP: 5 | W: 2 | L: 2 | OTL: 1 | Pts: 5 | GF: 16 | GA: 17 | PP%: 10.5 | PK%: 75.0 | FO%: 44.4
HOME: 0-1-1 | AWAY: 2-1-0 | LAST 10: 2-2-1 | STREAK: W1

Division: 3rd | Conference: 10th | League: 23rd



TEAM LEADERS:

Goals: Brandon Dubinsky | 3
Assists: Sean Avery | 4
Points: Derek Stepan | 5
+/-: Derek Stepan | +4
Hits: Ryan Callahan | 16
PIM: Brandon Prust | 16
FO%: Erik Christensen | 56.6
TOI/G F: Brandon Dubinsky | 21:06
TOI/G D: Michal Rozsival | 25:21



PROJECTED LINES:

Brandon Dubinsky - Artem Anisimov - Ryan Callahan (A)
Alexander Frolov - Erik Christensen - Brandon Prust
Sean Avery - Derek Stepan - Ruslan Fedotenko
Derek Boogaard - Todd White - Brian Boyle

Marc Staal (A) - Michal Rozsival
Michael Del Zotto - Dan Girardi
Mike Sauer - Matt Gilroy

*Healthy Scratches: Steve Eminger



STARTING GOALIE:


Henrik Lundqvist

GP: 4 | W: 1 | L: 2 | OT: 1 | SV% .892 | GAA: 3.75 | SO: 0


INJURIES / SUSPENSIONS / MISC:

Marian Gaborik - IR: Shoulder injury
Chris Drury - IR: Hand injury
Vinny Prospal - IR: Knee injury











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Lets GO RANGERS!!!!

6-2 Win

Goals by:

Frolov (2)
Avery
Rozsival
Girardi
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Let's go Rangers!!!

Hank witda shutout.

Rangers, 3-0.

Anisimov, Dubinsky, Stepan.

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And btw Loffen, I love the opening and closing pictures you have. I thought they player intros they did this year were outstanding

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Rangers get smacked around in this one. Horton with 2 goals and Lucic with another.

Boston 4
Rangers 2

Goals from MDZ(PP) and Anisimov

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Rangers get smacked around in this one. Horton with 2 goals and Lucic with another.

Boston 4
Rangers 2

Goals from MDZ(PP) and Anisimov
This would ruin my weekend

I hope your wrong

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Yeah I see us getting knocked around too.

Bruins win 4-1

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Rangers fans, always so negative.

Rangers win 3-2(SO)

Goals by Dubi, and Girardi.

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Hi. B's fan here, i come in peace.. Just wondering where you got the projected D pairs? I like them a lot. I am hoping for a good hard fought game with Avery free antics.

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Hi. B's fan here, i come in peace.. Just wondering where you got the projected D pairs? I like them a lot. I am hoping for a good hard fought game with Avery free antics.
Projected should be:

Staal - Rozsival
Del Zotto - Girardi
Gilroy - Sauer

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Projected should be:

Staal - Rozsival
Del Zotto - Girardi
Gilroy - Sauer
Thanks! I meant ours, unless i didn't search the practice notes our pairs have been:

Boychuk - Chara
Seidenberg - Stuart
Hunwick - Ference

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Rangers fans, always so negative.

Rangers win 3-2(SO)

Goals by Dubi, and Girardi.

Negative? More like realistic. Bruins are a good team, no shame in losing to them.

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LGR!

No more 1-0 games in boston though, please

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LGR!!! give effort like we did against the leafs and there is no way we lose

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Lets get it on , So pleased to see though that the Rangers have continued there new influx of youth. I see most of the guys added in secondary roles Ie. line 2 or 3 but as for stars Rangers have never ever had a problem acquiring them thru FA. When Drury and Rosey are gone the Rangers are going to make a huge jump into being 1 of the top 6 easily in the NHL. great JR. drafts have created that.

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Another Bruins fan here. Just thought I'd let you guys know you probably won't have to run into the tank Timmy Thomas tonight. Correct me if you know something I don't, but, Tuukka Rask hasn't started since the season opener in Prague and Claude Julien has said Rask would get some time in this weekend.

Rask this year:
GP: 1 | W: 0 | L: 1 | OT: 0 | SV% .889 | GAA: 4.00 | SO: 0

Rask vs NYR:
GP: 3 | W: 2 | L: 1 | OT: 0 | SV% .957 | GAA: 1.34 | SO: 1

Enjoy guys!

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Hopefully they give Rask a game, not lovin' those Thomas stats.

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Rangers win 4-2
Stepan, Anisimov, Avery, Dub (empty net)

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Rangers win 2-1 or 1-0. Rangers-Bruins games are always low scoring.

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i'm gonna let the game play itself out... i just hope they have the same intensity they played with on Thursday night. LGR!!!

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LGR!!!

Im predicting the Anisimov line to have another awesome game.

3-2 Rangers. Anisimov, Del Zotto, and Callahan finally gets one lol

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Guna be a tuff game.

4-3 OTL

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These games are usually low scoring. I remember one recently up there that was a 0-0 blockfest and a shutout that Hank lost in a SO.

Boston is going to be a good team this year, so the Rangers have to concentrate on playing their game and not letting them take control. I think the game plan should be the forecheck again, owning the neutral zone and keeping the Bruins offense to the perimeter.

The Rangers played a great road game against Toronto and they need to do the same if they want points in Boston, but I think theyll have to cash in on the great chances they get because A. I dont think theyll be too many and B. Thomas has been red hot. A .978 sv%? is that for real? lol

I feel like Stepan is going to have a good one, and Frolov needs to score again - not sure if he will but he needs to to get his confidence up. He needs to get into shooting position better.

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Rangers 1 Bruins 0

Wade Redden with a goal

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