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05-23-2012, 10:47 PM
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If they lose this series, this is going to be a game that rangers fans remember for the rest of their lives for the wrong reason. Good job Rangers, rat ********.
Game 2 actually stings the most for me. Rangers had the lead but they quickly went to sleep. Had they played with a little more intensity, series could have been 2-0.

Game 4 was just a total failure on all fronts.

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We look tired i mean goung through 2 game 7 is not the way to go and it is showing this series

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I will never stop believing in this team but boy does tonight sting.

So many missed opportunities. The Rangers finally dominate a game and have nothing to show for it.

Hank really can't play like that for us to have a shot.

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I'm not saying Henrik played well, but another 40 minute effort from the skaters didn't help.
This was one of the best games by our skaters of the entire playoffs.

Lundqvist lost this game, plain and simple. He's won a few for us too (understatement), so it's hard to be pissed at him, but come on.....what a big game to choose to drop the ball in....

Better be back to himself in 6...

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How thw {MOD EDIT}does DelZaster leave his area for a Check when there's already 2 Rangers there....leaving Tool Bickel all alone.

Then of course....Tool Bickel leaves the slot area leaving Gionta WIDE OPEN in front of Henrik.
WTF was that about??!!!


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I honestly wish we never scored that 3rd goal. You lose 3-2 and you feel like you played hard to come back. You lose 5-3 like THAT and you're completely deflated. I think that the team shot its load and game 6 will just be a formality. They're done, IMO.
Torts system. Its all about winning or losing close games.

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No I think it would have been worst to lose like 6-0. Horrible loss, but we can come back from this. We play best with our backs against the wall--we will pull this out.

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I never in my life thought that anything could have been worse than Game 5 against Buffalo and Game 4 against the Capitals last year.

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Game should be tied 3-3 in OT right now.

The ****ing Gionta goal should never have happened. As soon as that piece of **** touched the puck the whistle should have blown and that midget should have gone to the box for high sticking Stepan.

AGAIN the game is decided by the refs.

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i want to crawl in a hole and die right now

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This was one of the best games by our skaters of the entire playoffs.
I think you need to go back and re-watch the first period.

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I am just upset with the RESULT

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The Rangers finally played with some intensity tonight why can't they do that more often? And Lundqvist should have stopped that pass on the Devils 4th goal. He had to be watching the puck he can't let that pass get through.

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4 goals on 17 shots. Thats awful any way you look at it. He is supposed to be a superstar goalie right?? So he needs to make some of the really hard ones. He didnt make a hard save ALL night.

Lets go and win the next game and force game 7. No excuses.
then what ? we will be dead for the final.

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The next 2 games says a lot about this franchise's future.

I'm just drained. Can't bring myself to look forward to the game.

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How thw {MOD EDIT} does DelZaster leave his area for a Check when there's already 2 Rangers there....leaving Tool Bickel all alone.

Then of course....Tool Bickel leaves the slot area leaving Gionta WIDE OPEN in front of Henrik.
WTF was that about??!!!
Bickel, Boyle....... Havent you noticed a trend in the 3rd period in this series? They step on ice, they kill momentum.


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Hank and the stretch pass is why we lost.
Really? I thought the stretch passing put the devils on their heels.

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Let's go steal a gucking game at the rock, take it back to NY and punch our god damn ticket to the finals.

We showed we CAN dominate in this series. It's too damn bad we only play that way when trailing 3. Tied it up? Right back in the turtle!

THAT is my only gripe with this game.

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I cant remember the last time we had a decent 1st period - piss poor first. This team is just too fatigued to win.

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Same here

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How thw {MOD EDIT} does DelZaster leave his area for a Check when there's already 2 Rangers there....leaving Tool Bickel all alone.

Then of course....Tool Bickel leaves the slot area leaving Gionta WIDE OPEN in front of Henrik.
WTF was that about??!!!
Eminger did not look good last game, but Bickel looks like they pulled him out of the stands to play. Tim Erixon anyone? Maybe dress Mitchell and lets put Boyle on defense cause at this point our D is being overplayed (see Girardi and MDZ) and we need to stop rotating 5, but go with 3 pairs.

This is where Torts is a failure as a coach, we have played more games than any other team, but hey keep wearing down our guys.


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Figures that the skaters play their best game in a long time only to have our most important piece forget that he needs to goal tend.

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I do wonder how this game would have turned out if the refs saw the blatant high stick by Gionta that led to his 1st goal. Oh well, just numb now.

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How is nobody talking about the Gionta "goal"???

Its a ****ing TRAVESTY that goal was allowed to happen.

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So proud of them tying it up again. I can't understand why they let up though...

It's gonna be hard now, but let's do it!

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