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3 Stars & GBR: Game 20 vs. Philadelphia Flyers

View Poll Results: 3 Stars?
Artem Anisimov 2 1.31%
Brian Boyle 1 0.65%
Ryan Callahan 22 14.38%
Michael Del Zotto 13 8.50%
Ruslan Fedotenko 4 2.61%
Marian Gaborik 3 1.96%
Dan Girardi 25 16.34%
Carl Hagelin 118 77.12%
Henrik Lundqvist 137 89.54%
Ryan McDonagh 5 3.27%
Brandon Prust 58 37.91%
Brad Richards 51 33.33%
Michael Sauer 2 1.31%
Derek Stepan 4 2.61%
Other 6 3.92%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 153. You may not vote on this poll

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11-26-2011, 03:46 PM
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Henke, Hagelin and Richards as my votes. Honorable Mention: Prust

We were entertained.

The Good: How the team performed tonight in all aspects of the game. Well, almost.

The Bad: We still draw some undisciplined penalties that can be avoided.

The Redden: That we don't always play like this. Sure, the Flyers are hampered by injuries, but we owned them.

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Del Zotto was very physical today, great game by him
Agreed, MDZ has really focused on playing smart defense and physical hockey, must be watching a lot of Sauer

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Hank had a lot of help in front. Defense jumped on a lot of loose quick to the corners

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The Flyers are one of those teams (like PIT, MTL, and WSH) where when you finish a game against them, regardless of the outcome, you want to say, "Ugh, I hope I don't see you ***** for a loooooong time."

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I believe it will take a lot more point in the east to make the playoffs this year than last, so this team had best go on trucking.

12-5-3, just over 2 goals a game against is the kind of aggregate performance this team is capable of putting out.

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Girardi is a M O N S T E R.

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I never thought I'd see that sentence ever again.
Well it's not like jersey #6 is going to the rafters anytime soon, is it?

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Lundqvist, Hags, Prust.

Gotta say Mitchell played real well today too. He's real strong on the puck - evident on that one play where he powered through the neutral zone to Philly's net.

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Great effort.

So happy to see Hagelin get his first goal.

McD-Girardi
Hagelin
Prust

Gonna make watching 24-7 even better.

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Lundqvist, Hags, Prust.

Gotta say Mitchell played real well today too. He's real strong on the puck - evident on that one play where he powered through the neutral zone to Philly's net.
I hope he spells the end of Christensen... Really like Mitchell's play, both ends of the ice.

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great game. philly blows btw. (i know they're playing without all their best players and if thye had their best players i'd piss and **** myself in raw primordial fear). but this was a total ass-kicking. i loved it.

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Hank, DZ, and Richards

Hank: Big saves on Hartnell in the 1st, Giroux in the 3rd

DZ: Physical, strong defense. Good puck movement on the PPG, showing his confidence with that toe-drag even though it failed

Richards: Shut down the Giroux line today, played strong with and without the puck, PPG, strong on faceoffs.

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Hags with the hat. Well deserved.

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I like Hagelin's mustache. And his hat.

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Shave that ****, Carl.

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I like Hagelin's mustache. And his hat.
He's got some awesome flow.

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It looks good.

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Richards
Hagelin
Prust

Strong team effort after a really quick turnaround for a back/back game.
This was a 4 point game so it was important to get the win and in regulation.
2 points behind Philthy and 3 points behind Pitt and we have games in hand.
8 of 10 in November...one more left against Cindy and Company.
Watching Prust beat Rinaldo and Simmonds was unreal, set the tone for the game.

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I'm going with Mitchell for the last star, I was really impressed by his play out there! Lots of guys played great and there were lots of great choices, but I'm going to throw a little love Mitchells way.

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Two things -

1) The Rangers just shut out the highest scoring team in the league while their best defenseman has yet to play this year.

2) MDZ was very good defensively in this game.

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good game from your end, boys.

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First in the NHL in goals against.

Fourth in the NHL in goals differential.

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So now where is the excuses about winning against the bottom teams? We just beat the 2 top teams..

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