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Player of the Game & The Good, The Bad, The Redden: Game #73 @ Pittsburgh Penguins

View Poll Results: Player of the Game: Game #73 @ Pittsburgh Penguins
Artem Anisimov 0 0%
Ryan Callahan 72 42.60%
Brandon Dubinsky 1 0.59%
Steve Eminger 1 0.59%
Marian Gaborik 0 0%
Henrik Lundqvist 81 47.93%
Ryan McDonagh 6 3.55%
Michael Sauer 4 2.37%
Derek Stepan 0 0%
Wojtek Wolski 0 0%
Other 4 2.37%
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03-20-2011, 11:20 PM
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Surprised you made no mention of it, but I noticed you so didn't get the credit you deserved for a hell of a premonition you had in the Game thread at the start of the 3rd period. Just read it now, but let me take you back to your post:




Now that's some foresight ya got there! Just wanted to give credit where due. Huge pat on the back to ya!
I KNEW i made a prediction like that, but I was too happy to go looking for it.

Thankfully I was right AND more.

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03-21-2011, 12:13 AM
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The Good----Cally's goal celebration. I just can't watch it enough.

The Bad--The cheapest, visor wearingest weasel in the NHL strikes again.

The Redden--The Christensen line

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03-21-2011, 01:32 AM
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The Redden: Drove past a news strip on 6th avenue in a cab just now and they had the scoreline for the game earlier.........that read "Calloway (1 g,2 A)"
who the **** is Calloway?!?!

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03-21-2011, 03:03 AM
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The Redden: Drove past a news strip on 6th avenue in a cab just now and they had the scoreline for the game earlier.........that read "Calloway (1 g,2 A)"
who the **** is Calloway?!?!
I may have found your man:




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03-21-2011, 06:32 AM
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He had a real solid game tonight, can't understand why he isn't playing all the time..
He hit a rough patch and I think they were trying to give Gilroy one last shot so they could decide whether he's worth a contract and some more development time...plus Gil really was playing well for awhile. On top of that MDZ was being given a shot to come out of his funk just as everyone else was. They succeeded, he failed, Eminger is now back and has worked out whatever kinks he was going through...don't think Eminger has ever played this much so consistently either so much like we're seeing with Boyle he may have gotten worn down/injured too.

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03-21-2011, 06:33 AM
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The Redden: Drove past a news strip on 6th avenue in a cab just now and they had the scoreline for the game earlier.........that read "Calloway (1 g,2 A)"
who the **** is Calloway?!?!
Post this in the "Which sport is bigger in NY" thread. lol. Makes me lol and frown all at once.

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03-21-2011, 09:35 AM
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Anyone else remember when McD shoved down two guys behind the net? Epic

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Well TDR finally got his blog up, so I'm considering the front page complete.

Also just in time for Matt Cooke news. ******.

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Did a bit of research. After the major/double-minor PP sequence, specifically the point when Callahan scored to take the lead, here's the shift distribution for the forwards by Torts:

7 shifts: Boyle
6 shifts: Callahan, Prust
5 shifts: Dubi, Anisimov
4 shifts: Feds
3 shifts: Stepan, Wolski, Zucc
0 shifts: Prospal, EC, Gaborik

Shows who Torts is comfortable putting on the ice when the Rangers are holding on to a slim lead. I was also surprised to see that Boyle/Prust/Feds got almost twice the even strength TOI than the EC/Gabby/Prospal line over the course of the game. That line has been really pouring on the points recently, but I guess Torts isn't very comfortable putting them in even strength situations.

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Did a bit of research. After the major/double-minor PP sequence, specifically the point when Callahan scored to take the lead, here's the shift distribution for the forwards by Torts:

7 shifts: Boyle
6 shifts: Callahan, Prust
5 shifts: Dubi, Anisimov
4 shifts: Feds
3 shifts: Stepan, Wolski, Zucc
0 shifts: Prospal, EC, Gaborik

Shows who Torts is comfortable putting on the ice when the Rangers are holding on to a slim lead. I was also surprised to see that Boyle/Prust/Feds got almost twice the even strength TOI than the EC/Gabby/Prospal line over the course of the game. That line has been really pouring on the points recently, but I guess Torts isn't very comfortable putting them in even strength situations.
If you watch Torts' post-game press conference he makes it quite clear that he wasn't happy with that line for the whole game. He tried moving Gabby around, but it didn't work. Overall they were pretty ineffective, though, to be fair, both Gabby and EC did put up a point each...but Vinny's point streak came to an end

Let's just hope it was an off-day for them...cuz all three have been putting up points lately and we need them to keep doing that...

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Can anyone tell me the last time the Rangers swept the Pens in Pittsburgh in a single season? I want to say it was 96-97, but I don't remember!

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You know. I just have to say it, but McCreary reffed damn good in this game. Yes, he swallowed the whistle, but the game wasn't particulary dirty and he didn't make the often so standardized crap calls.

He was fair and consistent for both teams all game long. That's everything I ask from a ref.

edit: Lol, whut? I thought this automatically was the Panthers thread, because it was in the top.

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