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03-28-2006, 07:10 AM
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How good does the come from behind win feel?

Huge win last night and a classic "come from behind" makes it even better this time of year....!


Feels Good!

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Doesnt feel as good as a regualtion win would have.....

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Good comeback BUT I'm horrified with the lack of our defensive zone coverage and Weekes should not start another home game.Spot him on the road.

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Doesnt feel as good as a regualtion win would have.....
gee my glass is half full

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It all depends one...

how they respond in the next couple games. Last night two struggling teams who seemingly made the playoffs a while ago faced off. Somebody had to win. Both got at least one point. The Rangers should have been able to win that game outright. Playing on home ice, trying to turn things around, etc. Let's hope they use this as a motivator.

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how they respond in the next couple games. Last night two struggling teams who seemingly made the playoffs a while ago faced off. Somebody had to win. Both got at least one point. The Rangers should have been able to win that game outright. Playing on home ice, trying to turn things around, etc. Let's hope they use this as a motivator.
Perfectly said. If this come-from-behind win builds charecter, re-energies the team, and propels them on a W streak...

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Was to to get the win, and it feels good, but NY has to stop giving up the lead. That game should have been won in the first period, with NY playing better D hockey in the second, and sealing the victory in the third.. Let's see if it uplifts the team.

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It would have felt better if there wasn't such a disparity in the penalties that were called.

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