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New York Rangers at Bruins

This game is televised at 4:00PM on NESN (DirecTV CHANNEL: 623)

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If you are able to get NESN then it will definitely be on.

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This game is televised at 4:00PM on NESN (DirecTV CHANNEL: 623)
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All 3 waiver draftees will be in the line up.

Here are the lines they showed pregame, note they "think" the Rangers will play.

Hlavac - Nedved - Kovalev
Rucinsky - Carter - Keefe
LaCouture - Holik - Barnaby
Simon - Lundmark - Siklenka



Lundmark on the fourth line?

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Nedved from Kovalev. 1-0 Rangers.

Great shot by Nedved right in front, rifled it over Potvin's left shoulder, Kovalev waited till Nedved got in front made a solid pass.

small note, Kovy is wearing the C today.

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All 3 waiver draftees will be in the line up.

Here are the lines they showed pregame, note they "think" the Rangers will play.

Hlavac - Nedved - Kovalev
Rucinsky - Carter - Keefe
LaCouture - Holik - Barnaby
Simon - Lundmark - Siklenka



Lundmark on the fourth line?
It's rediculous already. could you imagine if other teams treated their younger players like we do? Jesus, there would be no more hockey players with any talent!

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Lundmark was a little banged up this week--he missed two practices because if a twisted ankle (I think that was the problem). And with both Messier and Lindros out of the lineup, I really wouldn't read too much into this (pretty meaningless) game. It really only matters to the 3 players (less so Bouchard than the other two) we picked up in the waiver draft. This is their chance to impress the Powers That Be and work their way into the lineup.

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It's rediculous already. could you imagine if other teams treated their younger players like we do? Jesus, there would be no more hockey players with any talent!
And to think they just had an article on how good Lundmark has been playing on Holik's wing. Sather truly is a jackass.

Rangers are getting robbed by Potvin. They've had atleast 3-4 scoring chances in the first. Sandy McCarthy just leveled Mike Siklenka, that's about all he's done.

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Lundmark was a little banged up this week--he missed two practices because if a twisted ankle (I think that was the problem). And with both Messier and Lindros out of the lineup, I really wouldn't read too much into this (pretty meaningless) game. It really only matters to the 3 players (less so Bouchard than the other two) we picked up in the waiver draft. This is their chance to impress the Powers That Be and work their way into the lineup.
Well that would make sense, I hope that's the case.

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Well that would make sense, I hope that's the case.

Well how are the new players playing, especially Keefe and Mike Siklenka?

 
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Well how are the new players playing, especially Keefe and Mike Siklenka?
I can't say, I haven't noticed either one. Other then Siklenka getting knocked by McCarthy, they haven't really <i>done</i> anything.

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Dunham is looking good, stopped Huml on a breakaway and made a good save on Murray all alone in front.

Siklenka just got on for the first time since getting crushed. Keefe drew a penalty, checked Jillson on the boards, Jillson went back and shoved him away (he looks really small and a little weak).

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Bouchard seems to be getting a lot of ice time here in the second and is playing well on both sides.

PK looked "ok" but gave up 2-3 good shots. Dunham is really looking good.

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End of the second, 1-0 Rags.

Slow game, no one other then Dunham and a little of Bouchard really stood out for the Rangers in the second.

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Rucinsky scores on a short handed break away, sloppy play by the Bruins.

2-0 Rangers.

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Jillson just scored a PP goal. Very nice play and shot.

Made a spin move right around Rucinsky, had space around 30 feet away and ripped a shot over Dunham's glove.

2-1 Rangers.

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what numbers are our new players wearing?

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Keefe 38
Bouchard 74

I think Siklenka is 18.

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bouchard 74??? what a number...

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I wouldmt worry about Lundmark. He played in all the games and got banged up... they probably wanted to give him a little bit of a break, but with 88 and 11 out they needed him in the lineup.

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Rangers win 2-1.

Dunham robbed Green in the last seconds of play.

Really no big positives or negatives. Dunham played very good was the best player in the game, Kovalev looked good all game, Bouchard did well in the second but that was it. Nedved line scoring again is good to see. I think they've scored in every game so far. In the first period we had a lot of chances, Potvin played well and robbed us a few times. The goal our PK gave up should be attributed to Jillson, he made a great play. Our PK overall looked ok, nothing terrible nothing great. We still take too many penalties though.

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Lundmark was a little banged up this week--he missed two practices because if a twisted ankle (I think that was the problem). And with both Messier and Lindros out of the lineup, I really wouldn't read too much into this (pretty meaningless) game. It really only matters to the 3 players (less so Bouchard than the other two) we picked up in the waiver draft. This is their chance to impress the Powers That Be and work their way into the lineup.




I think it would have made more sense to play Keefe as the 4th line Center and Lundmark as the 2 line RW.

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