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UFC 172: Rangers @ Jackets

View Poll Results: 3 stars pls
Carl Swagelin 11 7.59%
Beaver Richards 3 2.07%
Rick Nash 94 64.83%
Cros Krooder pls 5 3.45%
Derek Stepan 25 17.24%
Benoit "Captain Taco" Pouliot 11 7.59%
Martin Saint Lewis 3 2.07%
Derick Brassgod 64 44.14%
Mats Zuccarello 25 17.24%
Derek Dorsett 5 3.45%
Dom Moore 3 2.07%
Brian Boyle 3 2.07%
Ryan McNorrisfinalist 56 38.62%
G 31 21.38%
Anton Stralman 13 8.97%
Marc Staal 6 4.14%
John Moore 4 2.76%
Kevin Klein 3 2.07%
Henrik Lundqvist 75 51.72%
Winnie Cooper 8,675,313 100.00%
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03-21-2014, 10:09 PM
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It's definitely refreshing to see them come out on top of a period where they were outplayed.

Seriously, what are some people's thought processes around here? You got me with that little sassy post. Glad score is the only thing that matters to some of you when discussing a victory.
How many quality scoring chances did Columbus have after the goal? 2? 3? A bunch of shots from the outside while protecting a lead is hardly being outplayed.

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That and the Neil goal against Ottawa. Kicked it right in. They say his skate missed it.
It goes all the way back, and kudos to anyone who could find the video, to a Karel Rachunek disallowed playoff goal in 06-07, where he was just stopping and the puck deflected off his skate, which happened to be moving forward.

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I found it sad that Calvert came out of that fracas with the same 7 minutes that Nash got. Just doesn't seem right.
I know how the penalties were doled out, but I thought Calvert's move was really dirty taking the feet out from under Nash.
Anyway, I was so happy to see Rick's response, warmed my heart.

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03-21-2014, 10:13 PM
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Hold on to ur seats; i thought Boyle played well.
Yeah, really solid game for BB. He had a couple of very strong plays on the defensive side of the puck and moved his legs Underhill-style at times. Would watch again.

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BIG win tonight.

Glad to see the boys respond physically and on the core board.

Cannot state enough how big this win is.

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I wonder if all the Bluejackets devotees appreciate their goonery.

edit: perhaps 'goonery' is a bit strong, but they tried to bludgeon the Rangers and obviously Calvert was instructed to do thuggish things to Nash. That's how it goes, so nice to see the Rangers push back.

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Best part might be Columbus fans whining about how rick nash is a baby for shoving the goalie and beating up some midget forward.

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nash doesnt seem impressed with these questions of what set him off lol

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I wonder if all the Bluejackets devotees appreciate their goonery.
Everyone goons it up against us. Tonight was a rare night of push back by the Rangers. As long as the PP stinks like it has lately, the goonery will continue.

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nash doesnt seem impressed with these questions of what set him off lol
Why are all the reporters acting dumb like they don't know what happened? They asked him the same question like 5 times.

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I'm loving how these interviews are going. Hank got fired up, Nash is all "did you see what he did to me?" Good ****.

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It goes all the way back, and kudos to anyone who could find the video, to a Karel Rachunek disallowed playoff goal in 06-07, where he was just stopping and the puck deflected off his skate, which happened to be moving forward.
I remember that. Should've counted.

Nash was great tonight. Got screwes out of a goal.

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How many quality scoring chances did Columbus have after the goal? 2? 3? A bunch of shots from the outside while protecting a lead is hardly being outplayed.
Yep, until the end we played some good defensive hockey with the lead. Granted, I'd complain about that type of hockey if it were done against the Rangers.

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That was the best game the Rangers have played in a very, very long time.

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McDonagh looks like Cameron from Ferris Bueller's day off right now.

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I believe Nash is done with Columbus...

Funny isn't it. If we had lost this game we'd see 15 pages here already, when we win...not so many comments. But I assume fans are pleased

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BTW, I find it funny how the Rangers when they outplay the other team (honestly, most nights), are heartless (more relevant to the posts early in the game), but when they're outplayed in games but hit and block a lot of shots are gritty and play with a lot of heart. Like bizarro world. It's tough to hit and block shots if you have the puck.

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Who are you and what have you done with Bardof?

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BTW, I feel like McDonagh isn't getting enough love. That play to Stepan turned the game around. If the guy is the stay at home D-man that 75% of the main board thinks he is then I'm the Dalai Lama.

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Nash
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Who was that number 61 for the Rangers?

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BTW, goals aren't everything, look at the special teams.

Rangers 0-4 on the PP 10 shots
Jackets 0-3 on the PP 1 shot

Unlike previous seasons we can come up empty but still look good on the PP.

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