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06-16-2014, 10:09 AM
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2013-14 New York Rangers Breakup Day

“@stevezipay: Dan Girardi had dislocated pinky in Game 2. No other injuries”

“@AGrossRecord: Dan Girardi says he played with a dislocated right pinkie suffered in Game 2. Otherwise -and surprisingly he notes - he's physically OK.”

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06-16-2014, 10:11 AM
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“@stevezipay: Dan Girardi had dislocated pinky in Game 2. No other injuries”

“@AGrossRecord: Dan Girardi says he played with a dislocated right pinkie suffered in Game 2. Otherwise -and surprisingly he notes - he's physically OK.”
I think G just ran out of gas. He plays a brutal style and it takes a toll. He needs to either A) Get in better shape or B) Learn to adjust and stop blocking so many damn shots.

This team as a whole worries too much about blocking shots. They need to let Hank play goalie. Defensively they would be better and would give up less goals that way too. It feels like a goal gets scored off of a Ranger defender every game.

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“@PLeonardNYDN: Dom Moore says he would "love" to re-sign with the Rangers”

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“@PLeonardNYDN: Dom Moore says he would "love" to re-sign with the Rangers”
Yes please.

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Can't wait for the Nash injury disclosure and all the haters start saying stuff like, "what a coincidence!" or "here comes the excuses..."



Regarding Girardi though, I don't think you can blame stupid decision making on a pinky. He was outmatched and definitely tired. He also should never be on the power play, however if I bring that up during a game he ends up scoring somehow. I guess I should have *****ed more about him in the Finals.

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06-16-2014, 10:21 AM
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“@PLeonardNYDN: Dom Moore says he would "love" to re-sign with the Rangers”
So would Boyle, Stralman, Poo etc. Callahan did as well. Let's see how bad they want to re-sign in NY.

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So would Boyle, Stralman, Poo etc. Callahan did as well. Let's see how bad they want to re-sign in NY.
Dom Moore won't cost much, shouldn't be an issue.

Stralman on the other hand...

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So would Boyle, Stralman, Poo etc. Callahan did as well. Let's see how bad they want to re-sign in NY.
Moore is a guy that has moved around a ton and recently lost his wife. He's comfortable with the Rangers and being in New York City. He seems like the guy that would take less to stay where he is comfortable.

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“@PLeonardNYDN: Rick Nash says it was a "struggle," wishes he could have "produced a lot more," & said playoffs was one of most frustrating times in career”

“@NYRangers: "It was a pretty special group. One of the best I've ever played with.”

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RIP in peaces Rick Nash.

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“@AGrossRecord: Rick Nash says inability to score in Final perhaps most frustrating stretch of his career.”

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Well at least now Nash didn't feel like he had a "Good" post season...

Progress?

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“@PLeonardNYDN: Rick Nash says it was a "struggle," wishes he could have "produced a lot more," & said playoffs was one of most frustrating times in career”
Woah. Déjà vu.

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Next year he will have 10 goals in 18 games and the Rangers will lose the in the Conference finals.

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Well at least now Nash didn't feel like he had a "Good" post season...

Progress?
He didn't say that he didn't.

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Completely shocked Girardi doesn't have a lower body injury. Maybe he doesn't have anything worth mentioning.

At least the pinky issue explains why he had such a hard time passing.

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At least the pinky issue explains why he had such a hard time passing.
Hope you're joking...

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I think G just ran out of gas. He plays a brutal style and it takes a toll. He needs to either A) Get in better shape or B) Learn to adjust and stop blocking so many damn shots.

This team as a whole worries too much about blocking shots. They need to let Hank play goalie. Defensively they would be better and would give up less goals that way too. It feels like a goal gets scored off of a Ranger defender every game.
Amazingly Girardi had 80 hits and 67 blocked shots in the playoffs and credited with only 20 giveaways (although it seemed like he had that many in the Finals alone). He definitely plays a brutal style. When you look at the numbers for Stralman who I thought was the 2nd best defenseman behind McDonagh in the playoffs (and most consistent all playoff long) had only 37 hits and 20 blocked shots. Just goes to show what kind of beating Girardi takes.

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Amazingly Girardi had 80 hits and 67 blocked shots in the playoffs and credited with only 20 giveaways (although it seemed like he had that many in the Finals alone). He definitely plays a brutal style. When you look at the numbers for Stralman who I thought was the 2nd best defenseman behind McDonagh in the playoffs (and most consistent all playoff long) had only 37 hits and 20 blocked shots. Just goes to show what kind of beating Girardi takes.

But that dislocated finger can be a reason for so many bad passes and failed clearing attempts in the Finals.

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