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Pack vs. River Rats 1/29

River Rats scored first, Jessiman scored a 5 on 3 powerplay goal to tie it, Giroux and Pock got the assists...

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River Rats scored first, Jessiman scored a 5 on 3 powerplay goal to tie it, Giroux and Pock got the assists...
Go Pack... Sounds like a tight game. It's the first time I'm listening to the live radio broadcast. Interesting, especially with Jarkko playing quite well!

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Hartford took a 2-1 lead on a power play goal by Alexandre Giroux, Daniel Girardi and Jarkko Immonen got the assists, then Albany scored twice (once on the power play with Pock in the box), and then Pock scored to tie the game at 3, Montoya got the only assist...


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With Jessiman seemingly reborn after his time in CHA, his stats up at HFD are a bit misleading. Does anyone know how many games he's played since his call up so we can better gauge his production from now on? I think its around 6-7 games, and I think he has all 5 of his points from this second stint now.

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With Jessiman seemingly reborn after his time in CHA, his stats up at HFD are a bit misleading. Does anyone know how many games he's played since his call up so we can better gauge his production from now on? I think its around 6-7 games, and I think he has all 5 of his points from this second stint now.
http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/gamebygame.php?id=39

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Pock took his second penalty of the game, Giroux scored a shorthanded goal, Immonen and Taylor got the assists. Then Albany scored on that power play chance, and Colby Genoway put the Wolf Pack back on top, Dawes got the assist.

Albany just put one in but the goal got washed out, not sure of the exact reason...

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BTW, Both of Albany's powerplay goals were scored while Pock was in the box...

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With Jessiman seemingly reborn after his time in CHA, his stats up at HFD are a bit misleading. Does anyone know how many games he's played since his call up so we can better gauge his production from now on? I think its around 6-7 games, and I think he has all 5 of his points from this second stint now.
I was at the game last night against Lowell, and I specifically watched Jessiman on everyone of his shifts. I was pleasently suprised. He skates well,plays hard along the boards, and I even noticed a little chipiness behind the play. One thing about his game that is evident. Hugh likes to get to set up house in front of the net.He definitley is more of a player than I expected. Other notes.: Pock and Dawes were impressive. Jake Taylor IMO is def. a part of the Rangers future. Jake seemed to be one of Shoenies "go to" guys in important situations.Federov and Liffiton didn't play.Rory Rawlyk suited up, but rode the pine in the third period. Martin Grenier is huge. and Jessiman def. lives up to his nickname. J. Immonen is smaller than I thought but has thick legs, and plays a smart if not a very noticable game. Obviously these observations are based on this game.Also Al Montoya has a sweet glove hand, but IMO slid out to far on some plays ,and had to be bailed out by the D. IMO he isn't close to Henrik NOW, but he is gonna be a good one.

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Pack win 5-4...

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I was at the game last night against Lowell, and I specifically watched Jessiman on everyone of his shifts. I was pleasently suprised. He skates well,plays hard along the boards, and I even noticed a little chipiness behind the play. One thing about his game that is evident. Hugh likes to get to set up house in front of the net.He definitley is more of a player than I expected. Other notes.: Pock and Dawes were impressive. Jake Taylor IMO is def. a part of the Rangers future. Jake seemed to be one of Shoenies "go to" guys in important situations.Federov and Liffiton didn't play.Rory Rawlyk suited up, but rode the pine in the third period. Martin Grenier is huge. and Jessiman def. lives up to his nickname. J. Immonen is smaller than I thought but has thick legs, and plays a smart if not a very noticable game. Obviously these observations are based on this game.Also Al Montoya has a sweet glove hand, but IMO slid out to far on some plays ,and had to be bailed out by the D. IMO he isn't close to Henrik NOW, but he is gonna be a good one.
I watched it on tv, and to further a thing on Jessiman...he is very good along the boards. He rarely lost a battle in the corner and was good at shielding the puck along the boards.

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I watched it on tv, and to further a thing on Jessiman...he is very good along the boards. He rarely lost a battle in the corner and was good at shielding the puck along the boards.
Very true, Jessiman used his body well. Hugh has some presence on the ice. He initiated contact, and kept up with the pace very well. I was dissapointed that Baranka wasn't in the lin-up. Daniel Girardi looks like a decent player also. Daniel Sparre skates well and put some good pressure on the puck. I also liked Lee Falardeau as a potential checking center. Lee is good on face-offs, and skates real well. Not alot of negatives to take from the game.

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Giroux has 6 short handed goals now i believe, holy shizzle!

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Also Dawes and Immonen have both reached the 40 point plateau

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Glad to hear Jessiman's game is back on track...if he keeps improving, the Rangers will have a legit top 6 power forward!

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Giroux has 6 short handed goals now i believe, holy shizzle!
time to see if he can do it for the big club, i think.

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I was at the game last night against Lowell, and I specifically watched Jessiman on everyone of his shifts. I was pleasently suprised. He skates well,plays hard along the boards, and I even noticed a little chipiness behind the play. One thing about his game that is evident. Hugh likes to get to set up house in front of the net.He definitley is more of a player than I expected. Other notes.: Pock and Dawes were impressive. Jake Taylor IMO is def. a part of the Rangers future. Jake seemed to be one of Shoenies "go to" guys in important situations.Federov and Liffiton didn't play.Rory Rawlyk suited up, but rode the pine in the third period. Martin Grenier is huge. and Jessiman def. lives up to his nickname. J. Immonen is smaller than I thought but has thick legs, and plays a smart if not a very noticable game. Obviously these observations are based on this game.Also Al Montoya has a sweet glove hand, but IMO slid out to far on some plays ,and had to be bailed out by the D. IMO he isn't close to Henrik NOW, but he is gonna be a good one.
Liffiton suffered a concussion in first Lowell game this weekend. Was run from behind. Player who did it was tossed.

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It's great to read that Jessiman is continuing to impress people even even now that he is being watched more closely. I would love to see him rise to the level of legitimate power forward on the top two lines, but have adjusted my expectations some what lower. At this point if he could develop into a very good 3rd liner that consistently pots around 20 or so goals, I'd be pretty satisfied. I could see Hugh being potentially a much more dangerous force in the play offs where size and an aggressive game can pay big dividends. Just using his size and reach he could be a part of some very big moments for the Rangers in the future.

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do you guys think that he will make the Ranger team out of training camp if he keeps up his solid play?

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Very true, Jessiman used his body well. Hugh has some presence on the ice. He initiated contact, and kept up with the pace very well. I was dissapointed that Baranka wasn't in the lin-up. Daniel Girardi looks like a decent player also. Daniel Sparre skates well and put some good pressure on the puck. I also liked Lee Falardeau as a potential checking center. Lee is good on face-offs, and skates real well. Not alot of negatives to take from the game.

How did Genoway look?? Does he hit or is he soft???

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do you guys think that he will make the Ranger team out of training camp if he keeps up his solid play?
Doubtful. Sure he's been putting up points recently, but I don't think hes near ready for the NHL yet. He's supposedly been working on his defensive game and other things he needs to improve in, and hasn't been close to the dominating presence he has the potential to become. I'd say minimum 1 more year in the AHL(after this one), but you never know. He has made huge( jeez I didn't even notice this pun till I wrote it...) strides since training camp earlier this year.

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Go Pack... Sounds like a tight game. It's the first time I'm listening to the live radio broadcast. Interesting, especially with Jarkko playing quite well!

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First, welcome. Second, it's actually is quite interesting to listen how Jarkko performs.

Now to other things. Since, it's under 30 games left in the regular season and there were the rule of an euro player should play minimum of 30 games "up" or pay the $100k fine. So my question is (and this is for everyone), when the roster freeze starts and does it include calling a player up from the AHL?

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