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02-12-2013, 01:13 AM
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#12 - 02/12/2013 | New York Rangers @ Boston Bruins | 7:30 PM - MSG, NBC SPORTS






THE MATCHUP
2013 REGULAR SEASON
GAME #12 - 2/12/2013



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(6-5-0) ____________ (8-1-1)



TIME 7:30 PM ET
ARENA TD GARDEN - BOSTON, MA
TV MSG, NBCSN, NESN





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NEWS & NOTES





QUOTES TO NOTE

I dont like to use the word measuring stick.
But it's a top opponent in this conference and somebody that were going to have to beat if we want to get to where we want to go.
- Ryan Callahan


The lines change here all the time, it might change again in a heartbeat.
Im back on the right wing. Im more comfortable on the right side.
- Marian Gaborik


I think hes added a little offense to us. Hes taking up a lot of ice. Thats when you know Marc is playing well, is that hes in the way.
Hes added a little bit of physical presence to his game. Hes played pretty steady for us.
- John Tortorella






BOSTON BRUINS





TEAM STATS / STANDINGS:

GP 10 GF 29
W 8 GA 21
L 1 GF/G 2.70
OTL 1 GA/G 2.10
Pts 17 PIM/G 17.8
HOME 4-1-0 PP% 10.3
AWAY 4-0-1 PK% 92.9
STREAK W3 FO% 58.2

Division 1st
Conference 2nd
League 3rd


TEAM LEADERS:

Goals Brad Marchand 6
Assists David Krejci 7
Points David Krejci 10
+ / - Krejci, Seguin +7
Shots Patrice Bergeron 36
Hits Milan Lucic 39
Blocks Johnny Boychuk 21
PIM Milan Lucic 28
FO% Rich Peverley 67.8
TOI/G F: David Krejci 19:55
TOI/G D: Zdeno Chara 25:22


PROJECTED LINES:

LW C RW
Milan Lucic David Krejci Tyler Seguin
Brad Marchand Patrice Bergeron (A) Nathan Horton
Chris Bourque Chris Kelly Rich Peverley
Daniel Paille Greg Campbell Shawn Thornton

LD RD
Zdeno Chara (C) Johnny Boychuk
Dennis Seidenberg Dougie Hamilton
Andrew Ference (A) Adam McQuaid

Scratched
Lane MacDermid
Aaron Johnson


STARTING GOALIE:


Tuukka Rask

GPI: 8 W: 6 L: 1 OT: 1
SV% .922 GAA: 1.97 SO: 1 Pts: 1


INJURIES / SUSPENSIONS / MISC:

Jordan Caron Upper body (IR)
Marc Savard PCS (IR)







NEW YORK RANGERS





TEAM STATS / STANDINGS:

GP 11 GF 29
W 6 GA 27
L 5 GF/G 2.64
OTL 0 GA/G 2.46
Pts 12 PIM/G 14.2
HOME 5-2-0 PP% 10.0
AWAY 1-3-0 PK% 81.2
STREAK W2 FO% 49.8

Division 3rd
Conference 8th
League 19th


TEAM LEADERS:

Goals Marian Gaborik 6
Assists Brad Richards 7
Points Gaborik, Richards 9
+ / - Rick Nash +8
Shots Rick Nash 44
Hits Ryan Callahan 36
Blocks Ryan McDonagh 23
PIM Stu Bickel 26
FO% Brian Boyle 53.0
TOI/G F: Rick Nash 21:00
TOI/G D: Dan Girardi 24:36


PROJECTED LINES:

LW C RW
Taylor Pyatt Brad Richards (A) Marian Gaborik
Carl Hagelin Derek Stepan Rick Nash
Chris Kreider J.T. Miller Ryan Callahan (C)
Darroll Powe Jeff Halpern Arron Asham

LD RD
Ryan McDonagh Dan Girardi
Marc Staal (A) Anton Stralman
Michael Del Zotto Matt Gilroy

Scratched
Brian Boyle
Stu Bickel
Steve Eminger


STARTING GOALIE:


Henrik Lundqvist

GPI: 10 W: 5 L: 5 OT: 0
SV% .911 GAA: 2.44 SO: 0 Pts: 0


INJURIES / SUSPENSIONS / MISC:

Mike Sauer Concussion (IR)






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LGR! I think Hagelin and Pyatt need to switch lines, but otherwise I like them.

Hoping for a win against the Bruins, would really help the Rangers get back to their winning ways.

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We played meh, and beat the Bruins last time.

A crushing defeat to the B's will herald our return. Big win. If we get it, we have 2 TERRIBLY slumping teams after, 5 straight isn't out of the question.

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LGR! I think Hagelin and Pyatt need to switch lines, but otherwise I like them.

Hoping for a win against the Bruins, would really help the Rangers get back to their winning ways.
Abso****inglutely not. Hagelin is producing where he is and Pyatt has looked great where he is. Every line is producing like this, so keep it the same until things get stale.

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Win here and the ship is righted.

Let's ****ing go Rangers!

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11-0 Bruins.

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Man a win here would feel great, but winning in boston is gonna be tough...Things keep improving though...Hanks gotta play.

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LGR! I think Hagelin and Pyatt need to switch lines, but otherwise I like them.

Hoping for a win against the Bruins, would really help the Rangers get back to their winning ways.
I disagree. Hagelin has been playing his best hockey thus far. And he fits well with Rick Nash. Hagelin can retrieve pucks very well, which we already know, and so it opens up the ice for Nash a little bit more. Plus I think Pyatt does a similar job playing on Gaborik's line. Pyatt does all the board work for Richards and Gaborik, then can stand in front of the net to screen goalies while a sniper like gaborik picks his spot. And I wouldn't call Gaborik's goal a snipe the other night but you did have Pyatt parked in front of the net for the goal.

The lines complement each other well.

Anyways...we win this game and the next 3 are at home against who have been subpar teams thus far this season (NYI, WSH, MTL). I normally never look ahead but you can just see a streak lining up for this team to really take off if they can take tonight's game.

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LGR! I think Hagelin and Pyatt need to switch lines, but otherwise I like them.

Hoping for a win against the Bruins, would really help the Rangers get back to their winning ways.
That 2nd line worked real good last game with 3 goals at even strength, but adding Hagelins speed to the top line might be an better solution in the longer term to spread out the wealth. Nash creates so much on his own too. Will be interesting to follow, but hagelin seems on fire as of late, might as well try to catch that flame

LGR!!

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Yay it's not NBC exclusive.

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Tough game against a very strong team. Win this and it's a statement.
I'd be happy if the effort continues. 3-2 SO Boston. Marchand, Seguin (deciding Penalty), Ference; Gaborik, Stepan

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Lundqvist steals one today.

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Please win.

If we do, 7-3 in our last 10. They've looked good the past few games, they need to turn on the offensive jets like they did against the Lightning, although that'll be much more difficult against a stingy team like the Bruins. I think this will be a squeaker, 3-2 for either team. Whoever plays better defensively, and whoever gets the clutch goaltending will easily take this.

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Just like in the movie ( "The Edge" ) the Bear will be slain tonight.
LGR!

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We're 1 of only 2 teams to beat them this season...lets make it 2 straight

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Abso****inglutely not. Hagelin is producing where he is and Pyatt has looked great where he is. Every line is producing like this, so keep it the same until things get stale.
Lol yea don't touch a thing now. On paper for me switch cally b pyatt but that's paper

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Gaborik with a big game. Rangers win.

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I kinda like this streak we got going...

Let's keep it up..

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This is a huge game, the B's are no joke this year but they're not unbeatable (we've already beat them once!).

No reason we can't win tonight. We obviously need Hank to be Hank, the defense needs to play smart, can't take stupid penalties.

Let's Go Rangers!

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We can take them.

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The Rangers played in Boston on the same day last season. It was the day after the Beanpot final which BC won. The Rangers played one of their best games of the season. They won 3-0. John Giannone interviewed Chris Kreider between the 1st and 2nd period. Almost everyone freaked out at the answers Kreider gave about the Rangers and leaving BC. MSG replayed the game a few days before this season started.

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One thing that worries me. I put very little stock in the first game because the Bruins returned their whole squad while we had a lot of turnover. However, in the back of mind it worries me how they shut us down in the first game when our first two lines looked a lot closer to the first two lines now than they did when we stacked them. Surprisingly in the second that first line played really well against the one team in the league I would think it would struggle against. However, that's probably because they were new and teams didn't know what to do against them yet.

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