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05-23-2013, 09:02 PM
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Oh yeah who needs Kreiders speed and size driving to the net. Get the bus warmed up to take him back to Hartford

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I was waiting to get home the entire time. I didn't even have cell service so I couldn't see the damn score. Out in the boonies. Reception was awesome and all, but I hate missing my Rangers!

Now we just need three more!!!

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that was a nasty pass and a great tip.

Like I said, eat the elephant one bite at a time.

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Yes, not getting swept is great, too. We just can't think like that. That's a loser mentality. Let's leave that for Islanders fans or something.

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They were getting completely worked in OT, again. Amazing goal to win it but still, lol. If the Ranger team that played game 7 vs the Caps showed up in this series, they'd be the ones looking to sweep.

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That goal Rask let in was worse than the one by Fleury a few games ago.

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I wouldnt want this guy near my kids lol.

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Best feeling win since the giants won the Super Bowl for me. Wow that felt amazing

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Have to give it to Kreider, for all of his hockey IQ problems, he has scored some big goals for this team.

Does Lundqvist look injured to anyone else, or just exasperated? He stayed on his knees for long stretches today after the puck was out of danger.

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some intertesticular fortitude..............ahhhhhhhhhhh screw it win the next 3

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Stepan pulling a Datsyuk on Chara was fantastic.

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Philly scored in game 4 in OT to start their comeback down 0-3 to win the series 4-3

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What time is Game 5 at? Has it been confirmed?

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Very happy for Kreider, he played a very good game away from the goal. Much better effort at holding the puck in the offensive zone by the Rangers today. A long ways from a great game, but way to fight through it. Hopefully they have some confidence going into Boston.

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Thank God For Kreider

None of us are idiots and we all knew we needed him out there...NOT WITH RICHARDS AND BUMS ON THE FOURTH LINE

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Derek Stepan just played the best game of any NYR forward in these playoffs. Magnificent.

One down, three to go. Get this back to MSG boys!
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I thought Brassard was our best forward. Awesome.
**** yeah. Way to go, boys. Can we agree that Stepan and Brassard were BOTH our TWO best forwards?

Great play by Nash & Kreids at the end. That's why you need to play Chris every game, Torts.

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Torts took the leash off Kreider for OT. He was FLYING!

Kreider is a big game player. Needs to fly like that on the regular, and the coaches need to believe in him.

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what time is game 5 at? Has it been confirmed?
5:30

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Have to give it to Kreider, for all of his hockey IQ problems, he has scored some big goals for this team.

Does Lundqvist look injured to anyone else, or just exasperated? He stayed on his knees for long stretches today after the puck was out of danger.
Shoulder is definitely still bothering him. He's been remarkable regardless.

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****ing Rask giving up the worst goal in the history of organized sports.

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negative...this is...

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Philly scored in game 4 in OT to start their comeback down 0-3 to win the series 4-3
On home ice.

On a tip play in front.

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Not sure if anyone feels the same way as me, but it's amazing the offensive talent that gets highlighted when the Rangers play in desperation mode, aka when they have to break out of Torts' system.

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Stepan pulling a Datsyuk on Chara was fantastic.
It was truly awesome Chara is so goofy

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