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05-23-2013, 10:05 PM
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What time is Game 5 at? Has it been confirmed?
I think they said 5:30 on Saturday.

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One at a time. Stoked for Kreider. He looked so good at times in Hartford this year. Win on Saturday and then the series becomes real.

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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.
Meh, Kreider has lots of offensive talent. It's not surprising.

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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.
His right arm or hand is bad shoulder hanging low lost grip on stick 20 times something fishy with his arm

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So that is what an ot win feels like ha.

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Video of the GWG please?

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coin flip of a series now who knows how much choking Rask has left in him.

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Guys,

Hamrlik got an assist

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Kreider has the skillset to perform with any players. It's all mental with the kid, IMO.
Yeah, young players are funny like that.

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There is a famous cliche saying in poker "all you need is a chip and a chair"

well it aint over yet. Ill say this all i wanted win our lose was to go down fighting and playing hard.

Started off shaky but they busted there ass and won the game. Proud proud proud of this team.

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Yeah, young players are funny like that.
He's especially fragile, IMO. And I don't mean that in some HUGELY negative way. But it seems like he's a bit fragile when it comes to that area. He can really press when he's not scoring, etc. Love the skillset. My main issue, even since we drafted him, has been his mental game. Hopefully next year he can truly step it up.

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3 Stars:

1. Ryan McDonagh - wow, he was absolutely incredible tonight, in both ends of the ice.
2. Derek Stepan - incredible game from him as well. 1g 1a
3. Chris Kreider - had to. OT goal. Great game overall from Kreider.

HM: Lundqvist (who really should be in the top-3, but I felt like singling those three out), Nash, Brassard

Good: The...PP???? Yes, the PP. Coming back from 2-0 and 3-2 deficits.

Ugly: Newbury's penalties. The penalty kill.

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It's really good we're the home team because game 5 will be the huge game. If we can win game 5, we take game 6 at home, and anything's possible with a game 7. If we had home ice advantage, it would be game 6 that would be more important to win, because we'd be on the road game 6, and would be one extra game to really worry about if you know what I mean.

If we can win game 5, I have reasonable confidence we can win the series.

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coin flip of a series now who knows how much choking Rask has left in him.
...not really. There's about a 95% chance Boston closes this out. Hardly a coin flip. I like your optimism though.

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Will be on an airplane to Vegas right during gametime Saturday. Hoping I'll get lucky and the TV's on the flight get NBCSP! If not going straight to the hotel when I get in and watching the game recorded on my slingbox.

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rangers are undefeated all time with hamrlik and haley in the lineup in the playoffs.

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...not really. There's about a 95% chance boston closes this out. Hardly a coin flip. I like your optimism though.
its a ****ing coinflip!!!!!

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rangers are undefeated all time with hamrlik and haley in the lineup in the playoffs.
So we will win the next 11 games? Good to know.

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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.
Win game 5 and I think we'll be back in Boston for game 7.

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Odds are still heavily against the Rangers going into Game 5. If they win Game 5, I think the Rangers have a pretty good chance with Game 6 going back to MSG.

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Brad Richards was dragging us down, rejuvenated offense and power play

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Video of the GWG please?
You'll find it here

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On home ice.

On a tip play in front.
From our words to the ice

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Look at all the optimists in here!



All the pressure is on Boston in their building. Steal one there, get it back to MSG and who knows

Still think Torts should go

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