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UFC 172: Rangers @ Jackets

View Poll Results: 3 stars pls
Carl Swagelin 11 7.59%
Beaver Richards 3 2.07%
Rick Nash 94 64.83%
Cros Krooder pls 5 3.45%
Derek Stepan 25 17.24%
Benoit "Captain Taco" Pouliot 11 7.59%
Martin Saint Lewis 3 2.07%
Derick Brassgod 64 44.14%
Mats Zuccarello 25 17.24%
Derek Dorsett 5 3.45%
Dom Moore 3 2.07%
Brian Boyle 3 2.07%
Ryan McNorrisfinalist 56 38.62%
G 31 21.38%
Anton Stralman 13 8.97%
Marc Staal 6 4.14%
John Moore 4 2.76%
Kevin Klein 3 2.07%
Henrik Lundqvist 75 51.72%
Winnie Cooper 8,675,313 100.00%
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03-21-2014, 08:57 PM
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Told you they would be tired

Great effort. Hopefully a statement win.

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Missed the first 2 periods due to my bday dinner, saw the third. Anybody got a YouTube of the Nash fight yet?

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Hi everyone. I was just wondering if anybody had a replay of Dorsett's shot in the first. It definitely looked in to me. Thanks.
I need another view of it. I did a slow mo of the replay and it looks like it hit the back bar. It has to be an illusion though, nobody fought it.

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Agreed. Vaping changed my life. Haven't even thought about having a cigarette since I started.

This was an amazing game! I couldn't just pick 3 stars, there was great play from many players. Though I thought Nash and McD were our best players all night.

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Anyone referring to anything as "infernior" needs help.
Well--the non-goal by Nash in the second period just about had to be in the top 3 most ****ed up calls of the season. It really rates with Janssens field goal--goal. So IMO the officiating just on that left a lot to b desired.

...but a gutty effort by our team. Those were the first two fights the Rangers have engaged in since game #47 against the Flyers. Definitely amongst Nash's best games with the Rangers. Girardi with a critical save at the end of the game and enough composure with his teammates running around in all kinds of directions to keep making plays to keep the puck on the perimeter. Stepan and Brassard as well with huge ****ing goals. Stralman a big game--two assists and a +3. Dorsett another unsung hero and Zucc with two assists. Henrik with a very fine game.

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Hi everyone. I was just wondering if anybody had a replay of Dorsett's shot in the first. It definitely looked in to me. Thanks.
Hi, welcome!

I haven't seen any footage of this up anywhere yet, but it's probably coming shortly. In our game day thread, there were a couple of screen shots that appeared to show the puck hit the rear crossbar. It may have been an optical illusion. Thankfully, it did not affect the outcome of the game.


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I need another view of it. I did a slow mo of the replay and it looks like it hit the back bar. It has to be an illusion though, nobody fought it.
I thought so as well, but MSG wouldn't even touch the replay! Strange. Anyway, thanks for the reply.

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How does that Nash goal in the second period not count? Un-****ing-believable.

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Great game. Most everyone did well. Great comeback. Troubled that MSL still is invisible.

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Note to Equipment managers. ..don't forget to attach Sergei Bobrovsky's picture to Nash's locker tomorrow

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Hi, welcome!

I haven't seen any footage of this up anywhere yet, but it's probably coming shortly. In our game day thread, there were a couple of screen shots that appeared to show the puck hit the rear crossbar. It may have been an optical illusion. Thankfully, it did not affect the outcome of the game.

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I'm getting used to calls going against the Rangers: When a player on NYR scores by stopping, it's a distinct kicking motion, but when a goal comes against them, somehow the foot needs to leave the ice for it to be a "kick."

I know its cynical, but I just expect the worst when it comes to officiating. Goes all the way back to the "play clock is not the official clock" fiasco of the playoff series vs Washington. (I'll be honest, there have been so many I don't remember which"

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Auf, did you stuff the ballot box for Winnie Cooper?

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That was easily one of the most entertaining games of the season. Kudos to Nash for just about everything he did that game. McDonagh... I mean... I just... I don't think I could enjoy watching a Ranger player play and develop more than I have been with McDonagh. Hopefully, that's the kind of win and game that really brings a team together down the home stretch. Guys were fighting for each other all night.

If these teams end up meeting up in the playoffs and people somehow don't tune in, they will be making a huuuuuge mistake.

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anyone got a still from that late 3rd period scramble in our own crease? it looked like we legit used a 6 goalie system with everyone in the crease.

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Long story short, I couldn't tune in tonight. Looked at the box score and pouliot and nash got fighting majors?!?! wtf was going on?? And arty and kreider going at it?!?!?

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Hold on to ur seats; i thought Boyle played well.

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Auf, did you stuff the ballot box for Winnie Cooper?
i was trying to think which player was winnie cooper until i realized she had an absolutely phenomenal game getting 100% of the vote.

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I'm getting used to calls going against the Rangers: When a player on NYR scores by stopping, it's a distinct kicking motion, but when a goal comes against them, somehow the foot needs to leave the ice for it to be a "kick."

I know its cynical, but I just expect the worst when it comes to officiating. Goes all the way back to the "play clock is not the official clock" fiasco of the playoff series vs Washington. (I'll be honest, there have been so many I don't remember which"
That and the Neil goal against Ottawa. Kicked it right in. They say his skate missed it.

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anyone got a still from that late 3rd period scramble in our own crease? it looked like we legit used a 6 goalie system with everyone in the crease.
I loved everything about that scramble, you could tell they wanted to win that game by sheer determination

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gif of kreider chokehold on anisimov, please

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So when the Rangers play Colombus at Colombus is when Nash shows emotion and extra effort.

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Auf, did you stuff the ballot box for Winnie Cooper?
The 11 year old version of myself has nothing against this.

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