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04-23-2013, 08:12 PM
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I blame Loffens GDT. JINX! lol

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Sick move Zuccs
Florida announcers said great shift by Zooks. Then said he may had the best first period of any player outside of the Florida goalie.

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Not good enough

This is the Panthers. Need to wreck them

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Forwards were fine. But our defense played like a bunch of ****ing idiots. Give the puck up a little more.

Hank not tested a ton but he too looks shaky.
Staal can't get here fast enough

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Pretty meh all around period.

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Rangers are a tad chippy with the puck. Got to have a little more poise. Passes are jumping over sticks cause they are being a little too panicky.

I also hate the fact that the Rangers have a tendency to one hand their sticks instead of keeping control of the shaft to anticipate a pass.

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04-23-2013, 08:13 PM
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He's too big...Markstrom doesnt have to even move

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04-23-2013, 08:13 PM
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I blame Loffens GDT. JINX! lol
Weren't the Rangers scoring 4+ goals a game when he wasn't making it?

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What happened to this goal scoring machine.....we should be up 34-0 !!

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04-23-2013, 08:14 PM
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Not a great period, but not bad. They got some good chances and didn't give up many the other way. MZA had a great shift there at the end.

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Go back to sleep Loffen!

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Rangers are a tad chippy with the puck. Got to have a little more poise. Passes are jumping over sticks cause they are being a little to panicky.
they are also playing in south florida where its been in the 80s all day.

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The ice looks horrendous.

Markstrom was good. Callahan needed to shoot that puck, but otherwise, I thought that period was fine. Could have definitely been a lot worse.

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Decent period. Zucc and Hags have been our best players so far.

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Its still 2-1 caps...

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I swear...if we make Markstrom look like a god...

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I swear...if we make Markstrom look like a god...
...it wouldn't be the first time.

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It wasn't a bad period, I agree. Rangers were the better team. But, they need to have a little more patience with the puck.

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Come on Rangers. If there isn't 4+ goals a game how are we going to blame everything on Boyle being out!?

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Not a great period, but not bad. They got some good chances and didn't give up many the other way. MZA had a great shift there at the end.
they out played them all period ?

only thing is no goals... i would say that is a good period

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04-23-2013, 08:18 PM
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He's too big...Markstrom doesnt have to even move
Seriously. When people complain Lundqvist is too big, do they realize he's 6'1 while almost every rookie goalie coming up is 6'4+. Markstrom is 6'6 that means he's almost 6'8 on skates. That's just insane for a goalie. I'm a goalie and at 5'10 I have to fricken scramble like Richter and Hasek in situations where these huge new goalies just butterfly and guess and hope for the puck to hit them. Makes my blood boil actually.

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04-23-2013, 08:21 PM
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Seriously. When people complain Lundqvist is too big, do they realize he's 6'1 while almost every rookie goalie coming up is 6'4+. Markstrom is 6'6 that means he's almost 6'8 on skates. That's just insane for a goalie. I'm a goalie and at 5'10 I have to fricken scramble like Richter and Hasek in situations where these huge new goalies just butterfly and guess and hope for the puck to hit them. Makes my blood boil actually.
Yeah, but those monster sized guys are fairly easy to beat if you have a mobile guy in front of the net grabbing the rebounds. I'd rather have an average sized goalie that can actually move and track the puck.

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04-23-2013, 08:24 PM
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Yeah, but those monster sized guys are fairly easy to beat if you have a mobile guy in front of the next grabbing the rebounds. I'd rather have an average sized goalie that can actually move and track the puck.
True, I certainly made it work I ended up playing juniors and in college, it's just a much harder position these days when you're undersized. Just frustrating when I'm giving up more net to shoot at and have to scramble just to make crazy saves when a huge guy, if he loses the puck will just go down and he's practically covering the whole net.

The best way to beat a big goalie is to get them moving. Usually the bigger they are, the worse footwork they have. Get guys in front, get them moving. You basically have to force them out of their butterfly comfort zone.

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There's no way this game is being broadcast in high definition.

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