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3 Stars & GBR: Game 30 @ Phoenix Coyotes

View Poll Results: 3 Stars
Marian Gaborik 111 93.28%
Derek Stepan 3 2.52%
Anton Stralman 9 7.56%
Marty Biron 28 23.53%
Mike Rupp 7 5.88%
Brandon Dubinsky 7 5.88%
Ryan Callahan 8 6.72%
Ryan McDonagh 7 5.88%
Brad Richards 68 57.14%
Brandon Prust 2 1.68%
Dan Girardi 6 5.04%
Brian Boyle 1 0.84%
Carl Hagelin 24 20.17%
Michael Del Zotto 72 60.50%
Other 4 3.36%
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12-17-2011, 10:39 PM
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good times

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Great win tonight! Veryy niiiceeeee(Borat)

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Big win in the dessert!!!

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12-17-2011, 10:40 PM
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I can't breathe

1)Yandle
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Very confused at this until I saw highlights.

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Ken Danyeko on Peter Laviolette....

"he's only 47 but he looked like he swallowed a pumpkin"

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lol.

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12-17-2011, 10:42 PM
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good times
I can imagine Gabby saying that whenever he does his smile fist pumps celebration.

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12-17-2011, 10:44 PM
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brandon prussian:

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Big win for the boys tonight, great goals by @MGaborik10 n @BRichards_1991.. And almost goal by @Rupper17 lol also stellar @martybiron43

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12-17-2011, 10:46 PM
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Hagelin/Gaborik/Del Zotto were great. As was Biron and Stralman.

Hagelin's quickly at that stage where he no longer looks like a rookie just buzzing around trying to make anything happen. He's just comfortable and causes turnovers every shift. I think his upside is a lot higher then we think.

Thought Richards was arguably our worst forward. The goal was great though.

Prust and Boyle did a complete 180 from last season. It's ridiculous how awful both of them have been.

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12-17-2011, 10:50 PM
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Easy

1-2 Gabby and Richards

3 could be Del Z

HM Girardi, Hags

weak effort from Marty

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12-17-2011, 10:53 PM
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Thanks everyone for your congrats on my 300th goal! Hopefully many more to come...

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I absolutely loved the crowd reaction at the bottom of the screen during the goal...so many Rangers fans.
I was at the game, that entire end of the ice was entirely Rangers fans. I'll try to get some of the pictures my girlfriend took from our seats posted soon.

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12-17-2011, 11:02 PM
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Probably one of MDZ's best games as a Ranger... Played a nearly flawless game in his own zone...

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MDZ is a beast! How many points will he end up with this year?

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I missed the game, someone set up the winner for me please.

1 second left? WOW

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I missed the game, someone set up the winner for me please.

1 second left? WOW
Richards, down low near corner, back hand towards goal, deflection off skate, back of the net, 0.1 seconds left, game over, Rangers win.

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MDZ is a beast! How many points will he end up with this year?
On Pace For G 8 A 35 P 43 +/- +41 PIM 43 Shots 109 Hits 177 Blocked shots 131

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Same & Joe are both blind...

-Mistook Eminger for Del Zotto
-Mistook Boyle for Rupp
-Said no linesmen must have seen the high stick on Feds yet you clearly saw the linesman sitting up on the Coyotes bench staring directly at the collision and subsequent high stick during the replay...

Somebody get these guys some glasses!

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12-17-2011, 11:29 PM
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Richards, down low near corner, back hand towards goal, deflection off skate, back of the net, 0.1 seconds left, game over, Rangers win.
nothing special, fluke goal?

Sweet.

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12-17-2011, 11:35 PM
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On Pace For G 8 A 35 P 43 +/- +41 PIM 43 Shots 109 Hits 177 Blocked shots 131
was such a dirty pick in my fantasy league

20 teams deep and i got him in the 20th round.

we play G A P +/- PIM PPP SHP GWG FW HIT BLK W GAA SV% SHO so he gets me a ton of points

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As I didn't see much outside of Coyotes 1st goal and Rangers game winners any changes on bottom 6 upcoming you think? Seems like Mitchell is slowing down and I won't even attempt to rationalize the playing of Christensen.

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Dubinsky had a great game. He made a play at the end of the game which led to the gwg. Instead of taking a shift change he stayed out there despite being gassed, took a pass and got the puck in the offensive zone which led to the goal seconds later. It is a real shame that he just cannot find a way to pot a few goals.

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12-18-2011, 12:05 AM
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Gaborik didn't only score the 2 goals in this game, he made a huge hit in the first minute to set the tone and was good on the defensive end.

He was Mark Messier tonight.

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Gaborik didn't only score the 2 goals in this game, he made a huge hit in the first minute to set the tone and was good on the defensive end.

He was Mark Messier tonight.
He was great, but:



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Did anyone else just hear Al Trautwig describe Clutterbuck's tache as from the "gay nineties"
Yeah. He also borrowed my line regarding Dugay. He called him Jon Bon Jovi. I always call Dugay that. It just cracked me up.

What a game by the way. Thought it would be on later, so I only caught the last 12 minutes.

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Hagelin/Gaborik/Del Zotto were great. As was Biron and Stralman.

Hagelin's quickly at that stage where he no longer looks like a rookie just buzzing around trying to make anything happen. He's just comfortable and causes turnovers every shift. I think his upside is a lot higher then we think.
I think Carl is a prototypical 3rd lin fwd. Fast as hell, can causes all kinds of problems but the lack of hands is what will keep him in the bottom 6 as opposed to the top six.

Not saying that is a bad thing, but pointing out the limitations

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Just back from the game with these observations;

First time I've seen Hagelin play live and boy am I ever impresssed. He is a terrific young talent. Every shift he was out there making something happen. He has a chance to be a very special player.

MDZ played great, just great. Only saw one harmless bobble the entire night. Boy has he ever bouced back.

There may be something wrong with Richards. He was off the ice 5 minutes early in the warmup and really seemed to be sucking air on the bench. I don't think he won a faceoff all night. He could be sick, getting sick or may have some type of injury. He didn't look right.

Girardi was very steady but he was wearing down as the game went along. I'm really concerned about the amount of minutes he is logging. Once he skated over for a change and Sullivan waived him back for a defensive zone faceoff.

Strahlman is doing a good job of staying within himself. Nice pickup.

And being a Coyote STH, the Ranger fans may not have been the largest number of visiting fans in Phoenix but they were sure the loudest group I have ever heard. The Coyote fans couldn't drown us out tonight.

Great game, met a few HFB posters and loved the finish. What more could you want?

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