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3 Stars & GBR: Game 15 vs. Carolina Hurricanes

View Poll Results: 3 Stars?
Artem Anisimov 3 1.92%
Sean Avery 114 73.08%
Brian Boyle 0 0%
Ryan Callahan 20 12.82%
Michael Del Zotto 1 0.64%
Brandon Dubinsky 99 63.46%
Marian Gaborik 17 10.90%
Dan Girardi 104 66.67%
Henrik Lundqvist 47 30.13%
Ryan McDonagh 3 1.92%
Brad Richards 34 21.79%
Michael Sauer 2 1.28%
Derek Stepan 4 2.56%
Jeff Woywitka 1 0.64%
Other 1 0.64%
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11-11-2011, 10:31 PM
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When we have a game like this I notice how few games like this we have. We just blow it open and have fun with it. I'd love a few more like that.

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11-11-2011, 10:46 PM
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Love the play by Richards, wait wait wait, boom pass, and goal by Girardi!

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11-11-2011, 11:09 PM
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Love the play by Richards, wait wait wait, boom pass, and goal by Girardi!
And there was the entire crowd shouting "Shoot!" and I was thinking, "Just wait...".

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11-12-2011, 12:04 AM
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Whose water bottle did Boyle grab on the bench?


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11-12-2011, 12:08 AM
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btw, McD played almost a flawless game. It's amazing how we are already taking him for granted. He makes plays so effortlessly and make a few good offensive plays as well. the future is bright.

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11-12-2011, 12:14 AM
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11-12-2011, 12:21 AM
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Looks like I missed a good one.

6 game winning streak. Word. And Dubi and Richards with multi-point games.

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11-12-2011, 12:25 AM
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133-89-31 with Aves in the lineup.


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11-12-2011, 12:32 AM
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And Dubi and Richards with multi-point games.
Callahan had a multi-point game as well.

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11-12-2011, 12:33 AM
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In watching the highlights, Richards vision is simply something that we have not had on our power play since Jagr has been here. He generates goals with his passing.

Glad Sean has not only scored a goal tonight, but that the team has played so well since his return. I'm not a correlation= causation person, but he certainly has carried his weight.

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133-89-31 with Aves in the lineup.

Yeah boi!

I don't give a **** about what other people say, but I'd love to see him stick with the big club for the rest of the season, which most likely will be his last one.

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11-12-2011, 12:45 AM
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Just got back from the game. The atmosphere was amazing!!! It was by far the best atmosphere in the Garden I ever witnessed.

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11-12-2011, 12:52 AM
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NEW YORK – It’s been a long time coming for Brandon Dubinsky.

After his first goal of the season gave the Rangers (9-3-3) a 3-1 lead in their eventual 5-1 win over Carolina (5-8-3) Friday night, he leaned back, tilted his head up in the air and screamed in relief. His long nightmare of 14 games without a goal to begin the season was over.

“Picture’s worth a thousand words, isn’t that the phrase? If you take a still shot of me with my head back, my arms up, it was just like ‘mercy, finally, thank God. Something gave.’ That’s what you need,” Dubinsky said. “Puck going off my butt or something, it was pretty dang close with a puck on my stick and an empty net in front of me 15 feet away.”
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11-12-2011, 01:07 AM
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Looks like I missed a good one.

6 game winning streak. Word. And Dubi and Richards with multi-point games.
Me too mate

I fell asleep and missed it.

I wish i had Center Ice so i could watch it on demand but unfortunately i dont.

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I think the most impressive thing about this streak is the way that they won games.

They've won games in dominating fashion. They've won tight games. They've won games that they played poorly in.

I am thrilled that the offense is coming along as well as the defense keeping up pace from last year. We add Staal back and that will be a VERY good group.

As I said at the beginning of the year, if we can keep up the same defensive level as well as gel offensively then this team may be in for something special. I don't know if the Rangers will keep scoring as they have been during the streak, but if they give Henrik 3-4 goals on most nights I don't see why we couldn't win a majority of those games.


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1) Avery
2) Sauer
3) Gaborik

Sauer was a beast tonight. Nothing flashy. The canes tried time and time again to beat him to the outside, and he played the angles perfectly.

And Avery was responsible for two goals and drew two minors. Not bad for a guy who wasnt good enough to make the team.

Finally, Gaborik is just a joy to watch. He does not screw around. He's going to light it up this season.
This absolutely.

Any time a Cane thought they had Sauer beat, they tried him on the outside and he played it perfectly.

And this is the best Gaborik has looked in ages.

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Yeah boi!

I don't give a **** about what other people say, but I'd love to see him stick with the big club for the rest of the season, which most likely will be his last one.
Are Dallas of the hock since his contract expire this spring?

Great game Rangers.

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11-12-2011, 05:41 AM
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Wonderful win. The GAS line has been awesome for some games (this one included), but when they don't record a single point we still manage 5 goals. This is looking like a team with real depth.

There are not many positions that aren't solid as of now.

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Wonderful win. The GAS line has been awesome for some games (this one included), but when they don't record a single point we still manage 5 goals. This is looking like a team with real depth.

There are not many positions that aren't solid as of now.
yep and the thing I find interesting is they can move parts around, Stepan, Anisimov, Dubinsky, Boyle, Christensen have all played C or wing this yr.

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yep and the thing I find interesting is they can move parts around, Stepan, Anisimov, Dubinsky, Boyle, Christensen have all played C or wing this yr.
I hope that will mean MZA is given an opportunity. Don't really know what I think Wolski's role should be when he returns.

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I hope that will mean MZA is given an opportunity. Don't really know what I think Wolski's role should be when he returns.
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Where did the few Richards bashers go they were saying he's not doing enough?

Again he comes up huge for us with that perfect pass on the PP to break the 1-1 tie and start the offensive avalanche.

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Girardi had been perhaps our best player this season.
Its hard to say best since there are a few players playing unbelievable hockey like Gaborik and Lundqvist as well. But without Girardi we don't have a 9-3-3 record, thats for sure.

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As an Avery detractor, I think I should post how good I thought he was last night. Credit where credit is due, after all. He did have one "Avery moment" where he took a slap shot from 50 feet from the wing on the rush, missed the net and sent the puck careening back out to the neutral zone - but other than that, he was very good. Where has that Sean Avery been for the last 3.5 years? If he shuts his yap and plays like that, that's a player I don't mind having on my 3rd line.

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