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Rangers vs Flyers | 29/1/13: Get well soon Cally

View Poll Results: 3 Stars of the Game
Henrik Lundqvist 60 56.60%
Dan Girardi 16 15.09%
Marc Staal 4 3.77%
Michael Del Zotto 87 82.08%
Stu Bickel 2 1.89%
Anton Stralman 7 6.60%
Ryan McDonagh 12 11.32%
Rick Nash 32 30.19%
Brad Richards 4 3.77%
Marian Gaborik 1 0.94%
Ryan Callahan 16 15.09%
Derek Stepan 1 0.94%
Carl Hagelin 52 49.06%
Brian Boyle 4 3.77%
Taylor Pyatt 0 0%
Benn Ferriero 0 0%
Jeff Halpern 2 1.89%
Goon 1 1 0.94%
Goon 2 2 1.89%
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01-29-2013, 09:47 PM
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Rangers vs Flyers | 29/1/13: Get well soon Cally

3 Stars Tracker:

Gaborik - 6
Nash - 5.5
Pyatt - 4
Marc Staal - 3
The Guys who didn't Play - 3
Lundqvist - 2
Callahan - 1
Michael Del Zotto - .5


3 points for 1st, 2 for 2nd, 1 for 3rd

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Voted Hank, Haggy and Del Zotto. DZ has been big this year and this game really let him showcase it.

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No screaming girl as a top star? Haha jk

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Gaborik was as much to fault, if not more on the too many men that Timmonen scored on. Lazy **ck, you could call it from a mile away. Torts def shouldn't have called out Hags like that

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01-29-2013, 10:00 PM
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Boyle is underrated. Completely neutralized the Flyers on the faceoffs, played heroically on the PK, lined up against Giroux most of the game and held him off the score sheet.

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I wish somebody would flatten that toad Briere some day.

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Hell, the PK was heroic tonight. Came up real clutch.

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Reminded me of a game from last year - shot blocks, tight defense, forecheck. Even with Nash, I don't think the Rangers have enough talent up front to play a wide open style. Anyway, from what I see right now, Bruins are likely to be in the ECF, need to play this kind of game against them.

Penalties were 6-2 though, and Philly was leading the league in penalties.

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Cally is getting an honorary star from me. Girardi gets one for his insane 2+ minute shift, and DZ for another good game.

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Thought Hagelin looked great, minus that too many men on the ice penalty. Hustle, forechecking, speed created a look of good opportunities.

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Cally is getting an honorary star from me. Girardi gets one for his insane 2+ minute shift, and DZ for another good game.
That shift was nuts. I was sitting right behind the net for that one. Danny was huffing hard, but kept going. Was probably out there for nearly 3 minutes.

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Going to go a little different here.

McDonagh was really ****ing good tonight. Made some really good plays that don't show up on a stat sheet.

Hagelin was all over the place. Outstanding game from him.

And Lundqvist saved the team's ass in third period when they were hell bent on giving the game back to the Flyers.

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01-29-2013, 10:46 PM
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Girardi was really damn good too.

Ferriero was good.

Callahan was good. The injury pisses me off to no end.

Nash was Nash.

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McDonagh hasn't got any points, but the past 2 games he's looked REALLY dangerous offensively

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Just got back from the game. What exactly happened to Callahan? I couldn't see well from my angle but saw he skated right to the locker room.

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Just got back from the game. What exactly happened to Callahan? I couldn't see well from my angle but saw he skated right to the locker room.
Don't know for certain, looks like dislocated shoulder, probably out most of regular season.

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Just got back from the game. What exactly happened to Callahan? I couldn't see well from my angle but saw he skated right to the locker room.
http://snyrangersblog.com/

There is video there.

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They either need to ply Kreider or send him down. That's more or less my take on the situation.

A Cally injury to me opens the door for Chris's second chance. This is, after he recovers.

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Just got back from the game. What exactly happened to Callahan? I couldn't see well from my angle but saw he skated right to the locker room.
Talbot didn't fight. He just grabbed onto Cally's arm, and when Cally twisted around with him, his arm got yanked out

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Great game for most of the team. Aside from the obvious stars, Halpern, Stralman and Boyle had big games.

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Any updates on Cally?

Great 5 on 3 PK tonight. We looked good for the most part.

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Halpern seems to be the second coming of Blair Betts. I don't mean that in a specifically positive or negative way, just as it is.

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Halpern seems to be the second coming of Blair Betts. I don't mean that in a specifically positive or negative way, just as it is.
I feel like you could do a lot worse than Betts as your 4th line center.

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I was much happier with Halpern's game today. He seemed to be rather invisible in all the prior games.

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He didn't have to stand on his head but Lundqvist was quietly very strong.

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