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05-07-2013, 11:18 AM
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First game I have ever seen where a team had 9 men on the ice and the other team got called for too many men on the ice.

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05-07-2013, 11:19 AM
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I didn't see a good replay of it. Did Beaver even get Ovichicken's face at all? His head snapped back like he got shot.

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05-07-2013, 11:20 AM
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I didn't see a good replay of it. Did Beaver even get Ovichicken's face at all? His head snapped back like he got shot.
Yea, pretty sure he nicked it.

If Nash made the same play, he'd be lauded.

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05-07-2013, 11:24 AM
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Just wanted to mention, watching a replay of last night's game now, halfway through the third. Lundqvist has made 3 or 4 highlight reel saves by this point. I think it's sad that some still take him for granted, thinking a shutout is worth more in the playoffs.
Yeah, I mean, Lundqvist wasn't perfect last night, and the third goal kind of irked me, but man, some of the saves he made were unbelievable, like the save on Ribeiro.

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05-07-2013, 11:25 AM
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Yea, pretty sure he nicked it.

If Nash made the same play, he'd be lauded.
Nah, I'd be cursing him out, too. That was careless from Richards, IMO. EDIT: Misread what you meant. Honestly, I wouldn't want any of my players diving like that, even if it helped out the team. Disgraceful, IMO.

That being said, should have been called a dive...that was ridiculous. Looked like he'd been shot in the face with a Magnum.


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05-07-2013, 11:26 AM
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Pierre? Yuck. I just hate him as an analyst in general. Not biased against us or anything -- I just can't stand him.
I was the same way up till recent. I like him now. yeah he's a tad creepy but he's a big fan and we can't deny that.

Met him once at an NBC broadcasted Rangers game. Was at warmups and he seemed pretty cool

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05-07-2013, 11:30 AM
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Agreed, how easy is it to get a NY sports fan mad at ya?


Just wanted to mention, watching a replay of last night's game now, halfway through the third. Lundqvist has made 3 or 4 highlight reel saves by this point. I think it's sad that some still take him for granted, thinking a shutout is worth more in the playoffs.
Lundqvist was Jeckyl and Hyde last night. Making amazing saves and then lets that 3rd goal of theirs in. He had a great first period, though.

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05-07-2013, 11:34 AM
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Lundqvist was Jeckyl and Hyde last night. Making amazing saves and then lets that 3rd goal of theirs in. He had a great first period, though.
Is he supposed to save severe deflections now?

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05-07-2013, 11:40 AM
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I don't know if I've been more observant during the playoffs or what, but the quality put out by the beat writers both on twitter and in articles has been terrible. Only Brooksie and Katie Strang have been consistent and correct with their information. The rest of them speculate and recant information quite a bit. Zip has really lost it on twitter getting mad at people for asking questions.

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Is he supposed to save severe deflections now?
The 3rd goal wasn't a severe deflection and was a slow enough shot that he should have saved it. The first goal he had no chance on. The goal where Pyatt screened him was iffy as well (he was screened a bit, but his slow glove hand bit him in the ass once again).

I just think Lundqvist was not ready for a shot on the 3rd goal. He wasn't set and just wasn't ready.

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05-07-2013, 11:51 AM
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Full celebrity list from last night:

Tom ****ing Hanks!
Kevin Jonas (got some boos)
Some guy I missed
Justin tuck (he comes to quiet a few games, especially playoffs. In a jersey)
Chris copeland (he's gone to a few games this year)
Matt Harvey (apparently he's been a few times. Never showed him before)
Will Arnett (He's come a few times recently. As a candian, he's gotta get hockey somewhere when he's in ny)
John McEnroe (he's a big fan, and friends with ludnqvist. At the garden ALL the time)
Copeland constitutes as a celebrity?

Harvey considers himself a big Rangers fan. He tweets about the games. Also I saw he has permission to miss tomorrow's Mets game so he can go to The Garden.

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05-07-2013, 11:58 AM
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Yea, pretty sure he nicked it.

If Nash made the same play, he'd be lauded.
Love the "If a Ranger player did it" argument, no it wouldn't be lauded, at least not by non-homer fans. I'd much rather players on my team didn't act like drama queens.

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05-07-2013, 12:00 PM
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The 3rd goal wasn't a severe deflection and was a slow enough shot that he should have saved it. The first goal he had no chance on. The goal where Pyatt screened him was iffy as well (he was screened a bit, but his slow glove hand bit him in the ass once again).

I just think Lundqvist was not ready for a shot on the 3rd goal. He wasn't set and just wasn't ready.
Third goal was definitely one he should have stopped, as you said it wasn't a wicked deflection. That's one he knows he messed up on, not a big deal. Pretty silly we can't even discuss it without getting thrown into the "Lundqvist hater" category.

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05-07-2013, 12:03 PM
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Is he supposed to save severe deflections now?
For the future, how do I tell the severe deflections from the non-severe ones?

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Third goal was definitely one he should have stopped, as you said it wasn't a wicked deflection. That's one he knows he messed up on, not a big deal. Pretty silly we can't even discuss it without getting thrown into the "Lundqvist hater" category.
Yep. I gave him all the praise in the world in the first. He was lights out. Only goal was one that was completely unstoppable.

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05-07-2013, 12:05 PM
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I mean weak for Holtby. Don't know how he let that one in
It wasn't a weak goal. Boyle never should've been at that part of the ice. Just a terrible defensive play by Green.

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05-07-2013, 12:06 PM
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Harvey considers himself a big Rangers fan. He tweets about the games. Also I saw he has permission to miss tomorrow's Mets game so he can go to The Garden.
That was a joke from the laughable 'PR' department the Mets have.

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Green has a laser wrist shot. Not really going to get on Lundqvist for that goal, he shouldn't have been allowed to walk right in like that.

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05-07-2013, 12:08 PM
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Third goal was definitely one he should have stopped, as you said it wasn't a wicked deflection. That's one he knows he messed up on, not a big deal. Pretty silly we can't even discuss it without getting thrown into the "Lundqvist hater" category.
He didn't see it at all. If he could see it I would agree.

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05-07-2013, 12:09 PM
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It wasn't a weak goal. Boyle never should've been at that part of the ice. Just a terrible defensive play by Green.
You can't stop Brian Boyle, you can only hope to contain him.

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First game I have ever seen where a team had 9 men on the ice and the other team got called for too many men on the ice.
The Capitals player came off the bench and broke up the odd-man rush. I think it's pretty clear why they were called for TMM.

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He didn't see it at all. If he could see it I would agree.
It's his job to track the puck, he HAS to see it. I am pretty sure he'd tell you the same thing. I'm not knocking him, we all know how important he is to this team and that he is a world class talent but there was a shot prior to that one that he picked up late and then the goal which he didn't pick up at all.

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Is there really no gif of Ovechkin's embellishment yet?

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You can't stop Brian Boyle, you can only hope to contain him.
We should discuss 3rd and 4th liners shooting percentages more often, both our guys had nice goals.

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05-07-2013, 12:21 PM
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We should discuss 3rd and 4th liners shooting percentages more often, both our guys had nice goals.
Yeah, I mentioned that earlier in this thread

Last night Asham shot 100% and Boyle 50%.

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