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11-24-2012, 06:59 PM
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Gagne scores. 4-1.

Now Simmonds. 4-2.

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7-4 after two. Henrik coming up huge in penalty shots 4-4.

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Sweet goal from Stepan

http://www.savonsanomat.fi/urheilu/j...ohtoon/1274230

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Derek Stepan had zero points and +1 today against Max Talbot's Ilves. They won 0-4 but Stepan got a big hit and injured himself. No further details available.

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11-30-2012, 04:02 PM
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Derek Stepan had zero points and +1 today against Max Talbot's Ilves. They won 0-4 but Stepan got a big hit and injured himself. No further details available.
Of course he did.

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11-30-2012, 04:11 PM
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lemme get this straight, so far, to varying degrees the Rangers have injuries to Gaborik, Nash, Stepan, McDonagh, and Hagelin (off the top of my head)

correct?


*sigh* this is why I didn't want our players going overseas....does it help them keep fresh? sure. does it help the New York Rangers when/if the season starts up? Absolutely not.

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11-30-2012, 04:13 PM
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lemme get this straight, so far, to varying degrees the Rangers have injuries to Gaborik, Nash, Stepan, McDonagh, and Hagelin (off the top of my head)

correct?


*sigh* this is why I didn't want our players going overseas....does it help them keep fresh? sure. does it help the New York Rangers when/if the season starts up? Absolutely not.
I guess it's better to happen now when it's not affecting the Rangers' season. Maybe the injury bug disappears before we get our 48 game schedule. haha

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11-30-2012, 04:14 PM
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For what its worth, Nash cameback from that NOTHING "Groin Injury" he had, and he scored two goals here are some stats I found on the Swiss National League website:

http://www.nationalleague.ch/NL/spie...20131105071162

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11-30-2012, 04:27 PM
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lemme get this straight, so far, to varying degrees the Rangers have injuries to Gaborik, Nash, Stepan, McDonagh, and Hagelin (off the top of my head)

correct?


*sigh* this is why I didn't want our players going overseas....does it help them keep fresh? sure. does it help the New York Rangers when/if the season starts up? Absolutely not.
I can't agree.

First off, Gaborik was injured before the lockout. Nash and McDonagh had some nicks and scrapes. We don't know what the extent of Stepan's injury is yet.

The Rangers have hit some bad luck with injuries during the lockout, but these are hockey players playing hockey. If that's too risky for them, then we have a problem. Do you feel this way about training camp and pre-season too?

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12-01-2012, 12:17 AM
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I can't agree.

First off, Gaborik was injured before the lockout. Nash and McDonagh had some nicks and scrapes. We don't know what the extent of Stepan's injury is yet.

The Rangers have hit some bad luck with injuries during the lockout, but these are hockey players playing hockey. If that's too risky for them, then we have a problem. Do you feel this way about training camp and pre-season too?
Key players shouldnt be playing too many minutes in the preseason...never been a big fan of that.

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12-01-2012, 06:53 AM
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@ScottyHockey Stepan is OK, he is playing today against JYP. He was out of the lineup in 3rd period just for good measure.
Stepan seems to be fine.

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12-01-2012, 02:54 PM
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Nash left the game today with a back problem apparently.

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12-01-2012, 03:10 PM
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Nash is probably injured so bad that he won't be able to play.

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12-01-2012, 03:11 PM
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Nash is probably injured so bad that he won't be able to play.
Is this opinion? Or someone reported this?

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12-01-2012, 03:15 PM
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Only the Rangers.

Nash hasn't played less then 75 games in the past 6 years. Gets traded to the Rangers and is injured 3 times before it's ****ing December.

Thornton's played 7 more games then him.

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12-01-2012, 03:29 PM
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Only the Rangers.

Nash hasn't played less then 75 games in the past 6 years. Gets traded to the Rangers and is injured 3 times before it's ****ing December.

Thornton's played 7 more games then him.
The game Nash plays when he's effective means he gets little injuries like these often. He can be a perimeter player and just barely score 30 or play his most effective game and get minor injuries like this often.

In Columbus, he got maintenance days all the time and had minor injuries often. This is the player we got and the sooner we all realize this is normal, the better. Stop freaking out.

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12-01-2012, 03:44 PM
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The game Nash plays when he's effective means he gets little injuries like these often. He can be a perimeter player and just barely score 30 or play his most effective game and get minor injuries like this often.

In Columbus, he got maintenance days all the time and had minor injuries often. This is the player we got and the sooner we all realize this is normal, the better. Stop freaking out.
So you've been watching him play in Switzerland and have observed the enigma that is the "nasty Power Forward Rick Nash"? That's not his game and it never has been.

"Maintenance Days" do not equate to missing nearly a third of your games this season in a league that plays much less frequently then the NHL.

Nash hasn't turned over a new leaf. He's playing the style he always has, and he has gotten injured 3 times. It's unfortunate luck.

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12-01-2012, 03:52 PM
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So you've been watching him play in Switzerland and have observed the enigma that is the "nasty Power Forward Rick Nash"? That's not his game and it never has been.

"Maintenance Days" do not equate to missing nearly a third of your games this season in a league that plays much less frequently then the NHL.

Nash hasn't turned over a new leaf. He's playing the style he always has, and he has gotten injured 3 times. It's unfortunate luck.
Do we know that these injuries would have kept him out of the NHL lineup? It's probably Nash being cautious at the direction of the Rangers.

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12-01-2012, 03:55 PM
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So you've been watching him play in Switzerland and have observed the enigma that is the "nasty Power Forward Rick Nash"? That's not his game and it never has been.

"Maintenance Days" do not equate to missing nearly a third of your games this season in a league that plays much less frequently then the NHL.

Nash hasn't turned over a new leaf. He's playing the style he always has, and he has gotten injured 3 times. It's unfortunate luck.
I never said he played a nasty power forward. I said he's most effective when he drives toward the net and isn't afraid to get hurt. Last two seasons he looked least like the Nash that came into the league - besides the very end of last season. Once his trade request became public, he started playing completely differently. I've only caught one of his games in switzerland (well, and highlights) because I haven't been able to find any streams, but he looks less like the tamer Nash he became and more like how he did when he first got to the league. The back injury is admittedly bad luck and I don't know anything about what happened, but it's pretty common for Nash to miss a practice or some games. It's very similar to how Callahan gets treated, but this board automatically assumes when someone misses a practice they have some huge injury and they jump to conclusions. Lotta paranoid people here.

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12-01-2012, 04:11 PM
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I never said he played a nasty power forward. I said he's most effective when he drives toward the net and isn't afraid to get hurt. Last two seasons he looked least like the Nash that came into the league - besides the very end of last season. Once his trade request became public, he started playing completely differently. I've only caught one of his games in switzerland (well, and highlights) because I haven't been able to find any streams, but he looks less like the tamer Nash he became and more like how he did when he first got to the league. The back injury is admittedly bad luck and I don't know anything about what happened, but it's pretty common for Nash to miss a practice or some games. It's very similar to how Callahan gets treated, but this board automatically assumes when someone misses a practice they have some huge injury and they jump to conclusions. Lotta paranoid people here.
Nash is a skilled sniper that happens to be big and uses his size to his advantage. If his game is one that results in frequent injury, then you have to throw Callahan (well obviously, his game lends to injury 10x more then Nash), Hagelin, Boyle, Mitchell and plenty of other Rangers onto that list, because they are grinding it out in the corners, forechecking and taking it to the net just as often or more then Nash. I just think the power forward part of Nash's game is and always has been overrated because people see his size. I also do not think his style results in more injuries.

You say it's common that Nash misses practice and games. I said before in the last 6 seasons the least amount of games he has played is 75 (the year before that he missed 30, but he has been healthy since). That is a healthy player, and missing 30% of his games in a league that has significantly more down time is not nearly the same as his recovery days in the NHL.

Not sure why hurting is back is bad luck but his other two injuries aren't either.

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12-01-2012, 05:33 PM
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Del Zotto didn't played last 3 games. Official it's because pain in his back.

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Is every Ranger overseas injured?

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Is every Ranger overseas injured?
I don't think MDZ is seriousely injured.

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Anyone heard anything new about Gaborik and Sauer?

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