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03-02-2012, 09:10 PM
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Point stolen.

Atrocious game. Dubinsky better keep building off this game.

Get well soon Cally and MDZ. Yikes.

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We're first in the East, so anyone who has the GAUL to get mad that we blew a 2-0 lead is not a real fan!!11111

Seriously. I'm a Mets fan. I remember 2007. I'm not saying thats even close to happening, but until we clinch divison/conference, every game is just as important as its been all year.

We were up 2-0, and needed a late goal just to get a point.

I'm annoyed.

But good point at least.

Ditto. I feel you're pain.

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Glad to get a point. Up by 10 on the Bruins. 89 points. Calm down guys.

Too bad the defense decided not to show up on Hank's birthday.

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tough loss, guys were sloppy. Whatever, **** happens. Let's go home and beat the bruins on Sunday.

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No idea how Gaborik ends up with less than 15 minutes TOI that game. Less than Fedotenko, Boyle, and Prust, who were each -3

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What is wrong with Richards with not shooting the puck? He had a chance to shoot and maybe score he passed instead to Girardi.

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Heck of a snipe by Malone.

But Lundqvist needs to stop it. 3 goals on the last 7 shots he faced. Not what you want your goaltender to do in the final period / OT.

That said, he was the reason it wasn't a blow out early on. Overall, decent game by Henrik.

The Boyle line looked terrible. Again, I don't understand why we match that line against the other teams upper echelon talent. It was clear they were out matched.

You can't win them all, and we didn't deserve the win. Need to come out better for the next one.
Malone was below the hash marks and sniped it. Have you ever played the position? Do you realize how hard that is to stop?

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Yeah D was not that great tonight, especially moving pucks on the transition. A lot of bad first pass plays, especially by Woywitka.

But whatever, the team was exhausted and it showed. This is just too much hockey in a short amount of time.
I thought the coverage was just poor and too many guys getting caught chasing. Players seemed a little mixed up with their partners switching a lot

Well just win the next one

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Glad to get a point. Up by 10 on the Bruins. 89 points. Calm down guys.

Too bad the defense decided not to show up on Hank's birthday.
that makes it so much crappier...

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No idea how Gaborik ends up with less than 15 minutes TOI that game. Less than Fedotenko, Boyle, and Prust, who were each -3
skate issue didn't help

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Point stolen.

Atrocious game. Dubinsky better keep building off this game.

Get well soon Cally and MDZ. Yikes.


Perfectly said.

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It's all down hill for Lundqvist now that he's 30

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No idea how Gaborik ends up with less than 15 minutes TOI that game. Less than Fedotenko, Boyle, and Prust, who were each -3
Not enough intangibles, no jam or grit obviously.

Idiotic. Torts makes some questionable decisions for as well as this team is coached. Hope he learns before the playoffs sometimes playing favorites or going with grit over skill isn't going to win games.

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Dubi played a good game, could have done more on the Malone goal.

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I have moved on. Drill Sergeant Hartman is screaming at Private Pyle on Encore. Wish it was Fedotenko instead of Private Pyle. Oh well.

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What is wrong with Richards with not shooting the puck? He had a chance to shoot and maybe score he passed instead to Girardi.
He's not paid to score goals, he's paid for assists, so he doesn't bother trying. Only shoots wide.

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It's time to reunite Staal and Girardi. Nothing against McDonagh, but those two were the best tandem in the NHL last year until Staal got injured by his brother.

Reunite them

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We were missing 2 of our best players and playing the 2nd game in 48 hours and looked like ****, nowhere to go but up I guess.

Dubinsky had an awesome game. I thought Richards and Anisimov were good as well.

Girardi perhaps had his worst game of the season. Terrible game by Fedotenko Prust and Boyle.

The refs were an atrocity.

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Tortorella's coaching earned us that point. His adjustments directly resulted in two goals: Gaborik's power play goal and Dubinsky's tying goal. Very disappointing that we couldn't come away with the win against an unbalanced team with no-names on defense, but I will take 3 out of 4 points on back to back road games any day.

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Top 3: Richards, Anisimov and Dubinsky
HM: Gaborik, Stepan, Staal

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I don't think this was Torts' best game in terms of coaching. It was apparent from the 1st period that Boyle's line was struggling to keep up with the Stamkos line, yet they kept on getting ice time against that line. The Boyle line was on for all 3 Tampa goals during regulation. Fedotenko isn't the same player he was last year and he looks a step behind.

McDonagh had a bad game defensively, lots of mistakes and miscommunications. I thought Sully should have stuck with the Staal-Girardi pairing like he was doing in the 2nd period, but he put McDonagh back with Girardi for the 3rd.

On the bright side, Dubinsky looked great and may have been our best forward tonight, hopefully he keeps it up. I thought he could have been promoted earlier in the game but luckily it ended up not being too late and he helped steal us a point.

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Predicted awhile back that Dubi would be our best player the last 20 games, I think he showed flashed of his 54 point self tonight.

Heres to a resurgence of a guy who still has the tools to be the best LWer in our lineup.

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I thought Richards played well tonight. Just couldn't finish. What else is new?

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I like the look of
Dubi BRAD GABY
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