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3 Stars and GBR: #44 vs. Nashville Predators

View Poll Results: 3 Stars
Henrik Lundqivst 88 96.70%
Carl Hagelin 53 58.24%
John Mitchell 33 36.26%
Ryan McDonagh 15 16.48%
Michael Del Zotto 3 3.30%
Marian Gaborik 3 3.30%
Brian Boyle 19 20.88%
Brandon Prust 6 6.59%
Ruslan Fedotenko 0 0%
Derek Stepan 4 4.40%
Dan Girardi 47 51.65%
Brandon Dubinsky 5 5.49%
Brad Richards 0 0%
Marc Staal 1 1.10%
Other 2 2.20%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 91. You may not vote on this poll

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01-17-2012, 09:16 PM
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3 Stars and GBR: #44 vs. Nashville Predators

What's with me havin' to make all these threads recently?

Woo.

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Lundqvist
Hagelin
Boyle

Richards needs to go off soon.

Top-4 looked great tonight

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Lundqvist boosts his SV% back up to .937 with this shutout win. Had a feeling he wwas going to post one tonight.

Still a little worrisome is the amount of chances this team has been producing/burying. However if this is our slump where we play .500 hockey that is a massive improvement from seasons past, where we have had stretches of .300 hockey.

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Highlight of the night: Strader comparing the Rangers to an octopus.

Good: Defense. Puck possession in the offensive zone
Bad: Start of the game. Hard to complain about too much, really. Would've like the offense to be more dynamic.
Redden: NBCSN missing the fact that the Rangers won <SEVEN> in a row after starting the season .500...

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Yep.

GP:

Rask: 16
Elliott: 22
Henrik: 33

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What's with me havin' to make all these threads recently?

Woo.
Maybe the regular PGT man is on vacation. Something I need very badly lol.

But seriously, Lets go RANGERS!!!! This team is making me very happy. (Pretty sad my mood comes and goes with the teams success, no?)

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Shut 'em out!

1)Girardi
2)Hank
3)Hagelin


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Yep.

GP:

Rask: 16
Elliott: 22
Henrik: 33
Rask is a freak of a man.

Lundqvist, Boyle, Girardi

HM: Predators road whites - great jersey

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1. Hank
2. Hagelin
3. Boyle

HMs: McD, Girardi

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Lundqvist
Girardi
McDonagh

The defense tonight was outstanding.

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Good: Puck possession, defensive game, penalty kill
Bad: The start, scoring only twice on a goalie who was clearly out of his comfort zone
Redden: The dozen icings, PP

1. Carl Hagelin - Made Weber look like a rookie defenseman on several occasions
2. Derek Stepan - All over the ice tonight. He was in control of this game from start to finish
3. Henrik Lundqvist - Self explanatory.

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Whole team was outstanding tonight.

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Lundqvist and the entire D played big today.

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1. Boyle - he's busting his guts out there and it shows.

2. Girardi - Mr. dependable, though there are others too

3. Lundqvist - shutouts deserve a star

The return of Dubi and Feds is reassuring. Seeing #17 being a raging bull in a china shop is a welcome sight.

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Boyle is starting to look more like the Boyle of old. He's had 5 fantastic games in a row. Still needs to regain that scoring touch.... But he's been very effective in all 3 zones lately.

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In that final few minutes of the 3rd period, Dubi and Weber were racing towards a puck in the corner. Dubi totally outworked the guy and won the battle of the puck. I always said that he was superior along the boards and rarely if ever will lose a battle for a loose puck. Damn impressive, considering Shea is what, 6'5" 230?

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1. Lundqvist
2. Mactruck
3. Hagelin


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1)Girardi
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Strange how this team goes from such a complete and perfect effort against Toronto, to an absolute disastrous game in Montreal, and then to an average (very solid) game against the Preds. Watching these three games, you wouldn't think it was the same group of players.

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Oh great, can't Dolan keep his big mouth shut? He doesn't know **** about hockey

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Whole team was outstanding tonight.
I can't fathom how you could say that.

That Rangers ended on a very good note, but they were not outstanding, not by a long shot. They were outplayed for about half the game, especially their first period.

I wouldn't call it a disaster of a game, but it was very average.

PoTG: Hank

Good: Boyle was awesome, as well as Hagelin and the rest of our bottom 6, and Stepan. Our D played well after a sloppy start, Anisimov and Richards showed they have a pulse, but they were crap otherwise.

Bad: I thought Callahan wasn't great, he had a few good shifts in the 3rd but he was quiet besides that.

Redden: Nobody was that bad.

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^Thats the kiss of death right there. Cue a massive losing streak and a rash of injuries.

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Eff Dolan. Only shows up because the team is really good this year. Where the hell was he the last 6 years? Give me back my MSG!

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