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Player of the Game & The Good, The Bad, The Redden: #46 @ Montreal Canadiens

View Poll Results: Player of the Game: #46 @ Montreal Canadiens
Artem Anisimov 0 0%
Sean Avery 2 1.59%
Brian Boyle 9 7.14%
Dan Girardi 3 2.38%
Ruslan Fedotenko 0 0%
Henrik Lundqvist 100 79.37%
Brandon Prust 0 0%
Marc Staal 2 1.59%
Derek Stepan 1 0.79%
Mats Zuccarello 7 5.56%
Other 2 1.59%
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01-15-2011, 08:51 PM
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Dubinsky was brutal tonight.

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The Good: Lundqvist, Boyle, Avery, Zuccarello, Gilroy, Girardi

The Bad: Sauer(in the 1st period), taking penalties to attack Subban when Dubinsky already got him back

The Redden: Th 1st period, the PK

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The Good: Lundqvist was the only true highlight of the game. He made the game close when it shouldn't have been. Shows who the true backbone of the team is, if there ever was any doubters. Prust, Boyle, Zuke, Stepan, Girardi and Staal gets a pass from the collective.

The Bad: That it took decades before this team realized it's actually good to park a ton of guys in front of the net when the whole team is incapable to actually hit net with a shot.

The Redden: This team's overall performance tonight. A PP where you just hope they will be able to kill it off without allowing goals. Especially Dubinsky had a brutal game, but also Gaborik needs to be mentioned. I just assume Drury is brutal, so I don't feel like it's necessary to ever mention him.


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I honestly thought it was over in the first. Boy, was I wrong.

Henrik was an absolute beast in the second, and the Rangers came out to play in the third. TONS of pressure, even I was on the edge of my seat. I haven't watched a game with such excitement like that since the playoffs last year. No doubt, the Rangers deserved better, largely due to Henrik's play after the first period.

The powerplay of the Rangers is what pretty much let the team down. Bank in a couple of those, and Montreal is looking the way they did against Pittsburgh a few nights ago.

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only when there winning....if there losing you can hear the crickets chirping
Just like in the Center.

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God: Henrik
Good: Prust/Girardi/Staal/Boyle
Bad: Dubi. But I still love you
Redden: Good for you Drury, no need for a shower!

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i voted Lundqvist for player of the game

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Oh, and Drury gets to be a part of the "Redden" tonight.

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Brian Boyle looked good
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1. Dubinsky looking pretty dumb now after his comment about Subban
2. Give Drury a golden watch and a complimentary season ticket. He's done
3. Did Gaborik miss the flight? Where was he the first 40 mins?
4. Wolski in polish means "trouble scoring"
5. Boyle is a beast
6. Rangers need to watch tapes of the Montreal PP
7. Rangers should be able to decline Powerplays
8. My sister's wrister from the point is harder/more accurate from the point
9. Turnovers. Ugh.
10. Can't wait 'till Cally is back.

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PP sucks, Gaborik is playing like crap, and Drury is useless.

I am drained after this loss. Highly doubt they win tomorrow.

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only when there winning....if there losing you can hear the crickets chirping
Pretty much this.

I usually come into a GDT/PGT of the opposing team when I wish to give kudos, or get a different approach at how the game is going.

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The Good -- Henrik and the Boyle Line

The Bad -- Dubinsky with carelessness

The Redden -- Gaborik. I would say Drury too but he only played 11 mins

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Without Henrik in goal tonight, it would have been 1-10 by the end of the second period.

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I can't believe Girardi's play tonight isn't appreciated, He is very offensive when put in that position.I find it interesting that he isn't on the first pp unit but is on when they need a goal at the end of the game with the goalie pulled.

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Can't give half the game away and expect to win.

It's knowing that when they are rolling they could obliterate the Habs, but they don't start rolling til it's too late.

Totally frustrating. Dammnit, once again.

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i loved the 3rd period. price had a hell of a period waaaa

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Guys, if the post is offensive, then for the love of god stop quoting it. Hard enough getting rid of one of them.

As far as the Rangers are concerned, 20 minutes of hockey is just not enough to get it done.

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Did you see that Habby defending Subban in the GDT? What the **** does he expect us to say?

"Oh, Subban is so awesome. I love when he slewfoots our players on dominates on the powerplay. I hope he keeps it up!".

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There was no good. Everyone but one person was bad. The Redden goes to Drury. My God how the mighty have fallen. His decline is about as steep if not worse then Redden's.

Edit: Lundqvist was good. I thought he turned into Ron Hextall in that scrum in the 2nd.

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they will beat Philly cause we expect them to lose allla Vancouver. This one hurt after that 3rd period dominance

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I want Step&Dubi&Zucc back together, they clearly have chemistry!

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Henrik and Gretzky

The other guys in White and fans who just cant get along

Our 2 most expensive forwards

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The Good: Lundqvist and the goalscorers

The Bad: Period 1 and 2

The Redden: Dubinsky. Seriously. What the ****.

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Can't give half the game away and expect to win.

It's knowing that when they are rolling they could obliterate the Habs, but they don't start rolling til it's too late.

Totally frustrating. Dammnit, once again.
So far we've played about 50~ good minutes of hockey against the Habs combined both times we've played.

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