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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, 09:28 PM
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I can say, with confidence, that the Rangers will announce at practice tomorrow morning that Staal is day-to-day with an upper body injury.

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Does Nash have a goal NOT in the 3rd period?
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Lots of guys with quietly good games.

Almost to full capacity on contribution in the line-up.

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I can say, with confidence, that the Rangers will announce at practice tomorrow morning that Staal is day-to-day with an upper body injury.
...Probably.....

Ugh. It hurts me that he'll be out. But this win was much deserved and a HUGE boost

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I'm scared to go on the main boards because everyone will think he's faking it.
I think I saw only one sarcastic post. Rest are the same reactions are us.

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Nash got hooked on that 2nd goal and was like, "Nah **** that'.
Most players would have gone down, or lost the puck. He just kept beasting...and then scores. So sick.

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JT Miller seems to have gotten comfortable up here. Started with two strong games, struggled, now looks like he will never see Connecticut again.

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No, not so far this year

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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...
If its the upper orbital(which I think it is), as long as the eye isn't effected; It could be ok.

He may have to wear a visor when he comes back though. He may or may not be available for next game.

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This team is much faster, and better without Richards. Rid that disgusting contract this summer please...
They do look more explosive, but if he can get his **** together, he was great for us last year the 2nd half/PO, tough choice.. We have this year and next year to make that decision though.

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Good win marred by another injury. Hope Staal is okay.

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JT Miller seems to have gotten comfortable up here. Started with two strong games, struggled, now looks like he will never see Connecticut again.
I think the biggest mistake was putting him at wing. He is a very good centerman.

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What up playoffs. Love shoving the Flyers back to 9th. I would hate this Rangers team so much if I was a Flyers fan, haha.

Even if we sucked I'd still watch every game just for Nash. What an unbelievable player.

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Voted Cally, Nash and Hank, but Miller and Gaborik also had very solid games. Seems like every time Miller has the puck he gets a shot on net or makes a smart pass. Gaborik had some solid shots, just couldn't get one past the goalie.

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If its the upper orbital(which I think it is), as long as the eye isn't effected; It could be ok.

He may have to wear a visor when he comes back though. He may or may not be available for next game.
Agreed on all fronts. I think this is what we're looking at. If he didn't squirm I think the mood would be a little better

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Haley had effective game for the minutes he played. He is better than Bickel at forward, he can actually skate

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So much praise to Nash but it was team effort. I commend them... They did it tonight.

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Agreed on all fronts. I think this is what we're looking at. If he didn't squirm I think the mood would be a little better
Notice the look in his eye when he skated off? That is pure fear of losing your eye/sight. It's scary what happened.

I don't think his eye is permanently damaged, but a broken orbital bone is brutal. Don't see him being out for a super long time though.

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What the hell was that noise that Bill Pidto made?

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“@lindacohn: Rick Nash heading to the net is like Lebron James going in for a dunk. Both unstoppable! #NYR”

Haha awesome...

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Notice the look in his eye when he skated off? That is pure fear of losing your eye/sight. It's scary what happened.

I don't think his eye is permanently damaged, but a broken orbital bone is brutal. Don't see him being out for a super long time though.
I do but I'm scared for the worst. So don't listen to anything I say.. He looked real distressed and scared of his eyesight.... Not good. I fear for the worst.

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So much praise to Nash but it was team effort. I commend them... They did it tonight.
Yeah sometimes with these games you say "We sucked and if those two didn't carry us....."

Didn't feel that way tonight. I felt we were good tonight and those 2 guys just happened to come up with the finishes.

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I think the biggest mistake was putting him at wing. He is a very good centerman.
Apparently he's said he's more comfortable at wing.

That said, no **** you're more comfortable at wing, that means less defensive responsibility.

He belongs at center, IMO - he scored his goals while playing center.

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