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01-19-2013, 08:49 PM
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I liked what I saw from Nash. It's refreshing to see somebody be creative with the puck.

Disappointing how invisible a lot of players were. Kreider, Hagelin (when he wasn't sent to the box), Cally...where the hell were they?

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Doesn't really matter since we haven't figured out offense for the past 4 years
So then we win on defense. Just like last year.

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lol Jagr is never going to stop scoring goals ever in his life, i'm convinced of it.

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Good: Lundqvist in mid season form, Rick Nash, Callahan, Pyatt, PK.
Bad: Zebras in the 1st period, flowerplay, Hagelin, Segal, Gaborik, team's slowness, lack of offensive chemistry, the loss.

Low point of the night: 5 on 3 power play with Richards, Callahan, Stepan, Nash, Gaborik. That's 150 goals worth of offensive talent in a 82 game season and you can't score on a 5 forwards 5 on 3 with Chara in the box? Could have tied it, grabbed the momentum. Failed, game over.
Like 3 minutes ago near Burnaby


worst: faceoffs. Were we even 25% tonight?
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more bad: Bickel.


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01-19-2013, 08:50 PM
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That was pathetic. If they play like that against Pitt tomorrow, it'll be 6-0

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The good- Hank, McD and MDZ.

The Bad- The top 6.

The Redden- Hags.

Want to see more from Nash. Besides the spin move i'm not nearly as impressed with him as you guys are. Though I keep saying that and it's an unpopular opinion so i'll let it slide .

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Korpikoski and Wolski too.
Oh ****, haha i meant to put Wolski as well, knew i forgot someone. Korpi i missed.

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This is kind of like in the NFL when on the first week or two a team comes out looking bad and everyone thinks they're going to suck and then they end up being one of the better teams.

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I thought Pyatt and Nash looked really good. Hagelin not so much. I'd try Kreider with Richards and Nash and move Hagelin to the third line

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No excuses to look that bad.

Boston had a short camp too.

<10 quality chances for the NYR.

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01-19-2013, 08:51 PM
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Have to think the awful call on Boyle in the 1st set the stage for the 1st Boston goal.

If the game is 0-0 after 1, there might be a different result.

Bruins played a near perfect, albeit ref-aided, defensive game.

Rangers did not forecheck, nor seemingly wanted to.

Not that it matters, the last too many men penalty was completely bogus.

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Not going to read too much into it, because it's game 1. But they looked like exactly the same team they were for the second half of last season, with rustiness on top.

Worth noting, I guess, that Mitchell and Anisimov both have goals tonight
And Kovalev, at 39, has 3 pts, more than the entire "elite" Rangers team. It's only a 48 game season so let's cut the ******** with "it's only 1 game".

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01-19-2013, 08:52 PM
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This is why I hate short schedules. 82 games I wouldn't even think twice about this game, but it's different a bit in a 48 game schedule.

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You know, I think the offense was good, not great, but good. Am I overreacting or did Rask really impress anyone else?

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Wolski - 1g - 1 ass - 2 p
Kovalev - 1 goal - 2 assists - 3 points
Korpikoski - 1 goal
Mitchell 1 goal
Jagr - 2 goals
Tyutin - 2 assists
Anisimov - 1 goal
Prospal - 1 assist
Tarasenko - 2 goals

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And Kovalev, at 39, has 3 pts, more than the entire "elite" Rangers team. It's only a 48 game season so let's cut the ******** with "it's only 1 game".
Logic doesn't apply to shortened seasons? They can't win them all.

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And Kovalev, at 39, has 3 pts, more than the entire "elite" Rangers team. It's only a 48 game season so let's cut the ******** with "it's only 1 game".
There are teams who go 0-1 in the NFL and end up winning their conference. 0-1 in a 48 game season is meaningless. I guess you expected the Rangers to go 48-0? What difference is it if they lost today or a week from now?

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I thought Pyatt and Nash looked really good. Hagelin not so much. I'd try Kreider with Richards and Nash and move Hagelin to the third line
Yes please.

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This may sound like an exaggeration but I haven't been this humiliated by the Rangers in years. Maybe ever. We had such high expectations and I saw a team get embarrassed on the ice. One player showed up. The offense and defense was putrid. We couldn't get a forecheck, we couldn't skate the puck in with speed. Everything the Bruins did with ease. Honestly this was their worst game since the 4-0 masterpiece they had against Montreal last year. But that game was overdue they won 7 in a row before and Montreal owns us in Montreal. We own the Bruins. We had all this hype and came in as cup favorites. We looked like a bottom feeder. This was a humbling defeat to me. Hopefully for the team too. The team read their press clippings too much and decides working hard was optional.

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So then we win on defense. Just like last year.
But when is that enough? Sit back defensively that much yeah it worked, but we need offensive potency as well...

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And Kovalev, at 39, has 3 pts, more than the entire "elite" Rangers team. It's only a 48 game season so let's cut the ******** with "it's only 1 game".
Overreact much? There are 47 games left. We'll be fine. Not that there weren't concerning signs tonight, but there's still a lot of season left.

Does every game mean more than usual? Sure. But I'm not going to freak out because we lost one game out of one game. @ being so upset over 2% of the season.

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Offense was pitiful.

Hagelin played like **** tonight

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The thing with the 5 on 3 is they kept Callahan in front of the net as a screen but he just ended up getting hit with the puck half the time.

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I thought Nash looked pretty good.

Cally is saying right now that they have to "increase the battle level".
I doubt that anyone who watched this game could disagree with that.

Something tells me it will be different tomorrow at home.

Go Rangers!!!

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I think we changed our game, and were feeling a little too good about ourselves.

Torts will get them back to playing defense first, and build from that.

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