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Flyers @ Rangers 3/5/13 - Ryan Comcastahan and the New York Nashers

View Poll Results: Three Stars of the Game?
Dan Girardi 2 1.20%
Ryan McDonagh 2 1.20%
Rick Nash 157 94.58%
Ryan Comcastahan 153 92.17%
Marian Gaborik 6 3.61%
Carl Hagelin 10 6.02%
Derek Stepan 46 27.71%
Henrik Lundqvist 52 31.33%
Martin Biron 1 0.60%
Taylor Pyatt 1 0.60%
Jeff Halpern 1 0.60%
Michael Haley 3 1.81%
Stu Pickles 3 1.81%
Brian Boyle 2 1.20%
Anton Stralman 7 4.22%
Marc Staal 23 13.86%
Steve Eminger 1 0.60%
JT Miller 15 9.04%
Darroll Powe 5 3.01%
Michael Del Zotto 3 1.81%
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03-05-2013, 09:21 PM
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I gotta give credit to Giroux/Simmonds/Voracek as when it happened they immediately put their hands up and motioned for a trainer. Respect for other players, nice to see. It also looked like Voracek went over to Marc as he was leaving to say something.
Dont mind any of those guys. Simmonds would be great on the Rangers. Giroux is just sick and a great competitor.

As for Hartnell and Rinaldo they can eat my ****.

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If this team could stay healthy they can beat anyone.
This. Staal's a tank, a beast. He's gonna be out a while but he'll be back. I'm just worried about him altogether because of the puck..Praying he makes out okay.

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Found a vid of Hagelin.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvXF2ZB4aWQ

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Nash over a PPG now
trade him for a 1st

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Nash
Cally
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Hopefully Staal is alright.

Good ****ing game boys.

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03-05-2013, 09:23 PM
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IIRC Pronger was sticked, not hit by a puck. Could be wrong, though.
I thought he came back from the one where he got sticked in the eye, then he got hit in the head by a puck and that was his last game.

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The more they show the replay, the more positive I am that shot got all brow. Not as worried about Staal as others.
Yup, definitely above the eye.

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Nash is ridiculous.

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I thought he came back from the one where he got sticked in the eye, then he got hit in the head by a puck and that was his last game.
Correct. Head injuries is what took him out.

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Haley's reaction to Hartnell was priceless. He was like "***** what?".

Nash

Callahan
Stepan

Super HM: Lundqvist
HM: Miller, Gaborik

Miller looked awesome at center. Just like with Stepan, Callahan, and Nash, the points will start coming to him soon enough. Gonna create a [good] problem once Richards comes back...I think he should be playing center.

Hagelin/Stepan/Nash
Pyatt/Richards/Gaborik
Powe/Miller/Callahan
Boyle/Halpern/Haley

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Quoted for the truth.

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The Rangers win is made sweeter by the Devils demise.

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Great game. Nash, Cally. G, Hank, Steps.

Need an update on Staalsy soon.

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Yup, definitely above the eye.
Posted on the main boards. Look like it hit the edge of his helmet and bounced down to his upper cheek. The stills people are posting where the puck is over his eye is when it was ricocheting down. Hopefully it didn't make any contact with his eye.

Hope for the best for him. That's tough to watch.

By the way, Hartnell was acting like Hartnell but what I would do to have him on the Rangers...

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The more they show the replay, the more positive I am that shot got all brow. Not as worried about Staal as others.
My first thought was that it was above the eye. Still, I'm not going to be able to enjoy this win or sleep well tonight until there's some sort of update...

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Was a great game! We now have Gabby, Haggy, Cally, and Nasher leading the team in goals with 7. Awesome balanced scoring!

So who will lead the team in goals scored @ season's end? I say Gabby/Nash.

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Nash got hooked on that 2nd goal and was like, "Nah **** that'.

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Posted on the main boards. Look like it hit the edge of his helmet and bounced down to his upper cheek. The stills people are posting where the puck is over his eye is when it was ricocheting down. Hopefully it didn't make any contact with his eye.

Hope for the best for him. That's tough to watch.

By the way, Hartnell was acting like Hartnell but what I would do to have him on the Rangers...
Yep. He's easily one of my favorite players in the league.

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trade him for a 1st
Hah, no. No GM would go for that. 1st pick is too much for the guy.

I'd throw in Gaborik, Richards and Nash for 1st.

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On Staal---I wonder if he will be wearing a full face shield for the rest of the year if the injury is what I think it is (once the bone heals).

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Posted on the main boards. Look like it hit the edge of his helmet and bounced down to his upper cheek. The stills people are posting where the puck is over his eye is when it was ricocheting down. Hopefully it didn't make any contact with his eye.

Hope for the best for him. That's tough to watch.

By the way, Hartnell was acting like Hartnell but what I would do to have him on the Rangers...
I'm scared to go on the main boards because everyone will think he's faking it.

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Does Nash have a goal NOT in the 3rd period?

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This team is much faster, and better without Richards. Rid that disgusting contract this summer please...

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Hah, no. No GM would go for that. 1st pick is too much for the guy.

I'd throw in Gaborik, Richards and Nash for 1st.
It's a deep draft, so I doubt any GM will bite...

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