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ECSF #3 - 5/21/13 | Boston Bruins @ New York Rangers | 7:30 PM - NBC SPORTS, TSN

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05-21-2013, 09:23 PM
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Will lol hard if Henrik gives up an impossible goal in the 3rd then they lose in OT then people start blaming him in the PGT.

Looking forward to that.
Its gonna happen LOL.

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05-21-2013, 09:23 PM
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Sucks zuccs is in a bad stretch bud krieder has Benin playing well. He's using his speed well and being physical. I'm happy with his ga,e the lad few games
Bad stretch? He had an assist in the last game. 3 Points in the last 5 games. Thats not bad on this team.

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05-21-2013, 09:24 PM
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The Bruins are dominating like in 2011.
They are getting in the zone easily, maintaing possesion, and wearing down New York.

We are getting no cycle going, only clearing the puck, taking perimeter shots, I though the Rangers were big and strong enough to go head to head.

In other news, anybody heard about Brad Richards?

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FACT: Joe Michelleti has the 2nd highest PPG amongst defensmen in NHL playoff history.
Okay, what's the sample size?

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Will lol hard if Henrik gives up an impossible goal in the 3rd then they lose in OT then people start blaming him in the PGT.

Looking forward to that.
You know it'll happen.

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I look forward to one good, tough period and a W.

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05-21-2013, 09:25 PM
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Sucks zuccs is in a bad stretch bud krieder has Benin playing well. He's using his speed well and being physical. I'm happy with his ga,e the lad few games
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05-21-2013, 09:25 PM
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The Bruins are dominating like in 2011.
They are getting in the zone easily, maintaing possesion, and wearing down New York.

We are getting no cycle going, only clearing the puck, taking perimeter shots, I though the Rangers were big and strong enough to go head to head.

In other news, anybody heard about Brad Richards?
Dominating against us. I don't see them taking it all. Their D is too decimated. However, we don't challenge them in the offensive zone at all.

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05-21-2013, 09:26 PM
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Pierre is sounding really smart today. :hel p:
Est part of the broadcast was him going off on the flower play I actually clapped as he was spot on.

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05-21-2013, 09:26 PM
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Bad stretch? He had an assist in the last game. 3 Points in the last 5 games. Thats not bad on this team.
He is outmatched though in this series. His lack of size is really becoming a detriment against a team like Boston.

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05-21-2013, 09:26 PM
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Okay, what's the sample size?
11 games, 12 points.

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I wonder what's going on in that locker room right now.
Lundqvist and Callahan are just looking at each other like....



While the rest of the team cries.

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It is not even necessarily that the Bruins are deeper, more talented.
How does that prevent a New York Ranger forward from going hard to the net, when nobody is impeding him (or even if there is).
This is an important thing, and it has nothing to do with them and everything to do with you, as a Rangers player.

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05-21-2013, 09:27 PM
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We have to remember and learn what the boston bruinsos did against the Maple Leafs.

This game must be decided by the decider: John Tortorella. He will say and might say things to his players and doers so they will fight for that last period win. Push it to the limit. Score one more goal etc. Get that win and prevail. Johnny Tortorella must be pretty excited going into the dirty third now.

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05-21-2013, 09:27 PM
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MDZ has gone from awful to okay defensively and from very good to mediocre offensively. Next year is big for him. I could see him on the trade block if he doesn't make significant improvements.

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11 games, 12 points.
Wow. Good for Joe.

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Bad stretch? He had an assist in the last game. 3 Points in the last 5 games. Thats not bad on this team.
I should have clarified. Bad stretch this game. Specifically the 2 nd was real bad for him

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05-21-2013, 09:28 PM
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Has Rick Nash shown any emotion of like being that playoff type of potential winning person in this series at all? I don't like how he floats on the ice and off the ice. He has some potential, but I don't see him as a "winning big player".

A Ryane Clowe type of killer sharkster is needed here. His type of play. I would very much appreciate if this ranger team would score-more. It would be fun and make dollars move. Many of my relatives are watching this and hoping for the best. Even praying. We really need this food and dollar. Go NHL and gambling money. br pakistani follower and interested customer
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It is not even necessarily that the Bruins are deeper, more talented.
How does that prevent a New York Ranger forward from going hard to the net, when nobody is impeding him (or even if there is).
This is an important thing, and it has nothing to do with them and everything to do with you, as a Rangers player.
Its simple, Torts can't come up with a gameplan. Torts has refused to adjust to his breakout strategy.

Our coach is holding this team hostage.

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This is going to be an emotional ride of a 3rd period.

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05-21-2013, 09:29 PM
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Lundqvist and Callahan are just looking at each other like....



While the rest of the team cries.
I actually imagined this, and then I laughed.

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In other news, anybody heard about Brad Richards?
He deserves the same fate as you, stuck in a cage and blown up by a guy named Dexter.

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Lundqvist and Callahan are just looking at each other like....



While the rest of the team cries.
can you explain to me what the significance of that girl was all about? I remember the broadcast used to que in on her during leafs/bruins series...

I must have missed something..

I realize the blonde is an actress. I'm talking the brunette...

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05-21-2013, 09:31 PM
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We are very hungry here. We really need this eating. Hoping for the best happenings.... everybody is so anctious

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