I'll accept the analogy because the Mets won that game, but 12 year old me was nearly done in by it. I don't know that 39 year-old me has the stamina to go through that again. Not to mention that the Mets game was in the afternoon!
"goalie Henrik Lundqvist hardly blinks while facing elimination, carrying a 10-2 record over the past three seasons, with a 1.32 goals-against average and a .957 save percentage.
But those numbers in games when they have had a chance to close a team out, not in a Game 7? He is 0-5, with a 5.53 goals-against average and a .808 save percentage. In four of those games he was pulled midway through, including Tuesday night in Montreal, when he gave up four goals on 19 shots and lasted just 28:58 before getting replaced by Cam Talbot."
I could watch this ****ing video all ****ing day. Let's ****ing go boys. One ****ing win left before going to the ****ing Stanley Cup Finals.
Tonight has to be the night where someone steps up and cements themselves in Rangers lore. Whose it going to be. Kreider? Moore? Nash? MSL? Zuccarello? I personally would love to see McDonagh get the winner
Montreal has embarrassed the sport. The only thing people are talking about is the diving and whining. This is an O6 matchup between two of the most popular teams in the league, both of which haven't seen the finals in 20+ years.
Yet, the only thing the layman's are talking about is the diving.