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04-22-2012, 10:41 PM
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This is my first thread ever and I decided not to do a trade proposal. They hardly ever make sense. So does anyone besides me sit there an count how many rangers fall per game vs. how many opponents fall? I'm pretty sure it's not the guy sharpening the skates. Are our guys the one with weaker lower bodies or is it something else? And what can be done?

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You would have done better with a terrible trade proposal thread....

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Wha....wh...um...what's...what's goin on here?!

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What I mean is if there are any board battles, open ice hits etc... the rangers are the ones falling down more often than not.

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What I mean is if there are any board battles, open ice hits etc... the rangers are the ones falling down more often than not.
Never really noticed it. We don't have the big "lay you out" D man like most teams do. But we get our fair share of checks I'd say.

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Never really noticed it. We don't have the big "lay you out" D man like most teams do. But we get our fair share of checks I'd say.
Numbers wise yes but the ones that are truly felt, not so much.

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Watch Kreider and Stepan checking they fall the most on their own checks

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Watch Kreider and Stepan checking they fall the most on their own checks
Watching Prucha check with all his might and still bounce off the guy he was hitting is one of my favorite Rangers memories.

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What I mean is if there are any board battles, open ice hits etc... the rangers are the ones falling down more often than not.
because they arent strong on the ice lol. Its pretty obvious.

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