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03-30-2006, 10:33 AM
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Official GDT: NYR @ OTT 3/30

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(41-20-12 -- 3 EAST) (48-16-7 -- 1 EAST)

http://www.nhl.com/scores/previews/1084_2_preview.html

New York Rangers (40-20-12) at Ottawa Senators (48-16-7).

TIME: Thursday, 7:30 p.m. EST.

For Jaromir Jagr and the New York Rangers, it's one big accomplishment down and two to go.

Jagr looks to break the Rangers' single-season goals record and the team looks to move closer to an Atlantic Division title as it visits the Ottawa Senators.

Jagr earned four assists to lead the Rangers to a 5-1 win over the New York Islanders on Wednesday and claim a 34-year-old team record.

The league's leading scorer ended the night with 113 points on the season, surpassing Hall of Famer Jean Ratelle's 109 set in 1971-72.

"It's a big honor for me," Jagr said. "I'm glad I did it in the first period. ... We need the points. We want to stay in first in the division."

The Rangers lead the Philadelphia Flyers by four points in the Atlantic Division. The Flyers have one game in hand.

Jagr needs one more goal to break the Rangers' single-season goal-scoring record of 52, set by Adam Graves during the team's 1993-94 Stanley Cup-winning season.

He is also hoping to extend his scoring streak to 11 games, as he has scored nine goals and 21 points in the last 10 games.

Jagr has scored only once in the last 10 contests with the Senators, but that came in the last meeting on Feb. 8.

Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist is also rewriting the Rangers' record books. His 30 wins are the most in club history in a rookie season.

The Senators have already clinched a spot in the playoffs and are trying to avoid their first three-game losing streak since Jan. 31-Feb. 5, 2004. They lead the Carolina Hurricanes by three points atop the Eastern Conference.

STANDINGS: Rangers - 94 points, 1st place, Atlantic Division. Senators - 103 points, 1st place, Northeast Division.

TEAM LEADERS: Rangers - Jagr, 52 goals, 61 assists and 113 points; Darius Kasparaitis, 97 PIM. Senators - Heatley, 42 goals; Jason Spezza, 57 assists; Alfredsson, 90 points; Chris Neil, 170 PIM.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Rangers - Power play: 19.5 percent (78 for 400), 6th in NHL. Penalty killing: 84.7 percent (370 for 437), 5th. Senators - Power play: 20.7 percent (88 for 426), 3rd. Penalty killing: 86.4 percent (367 for 425), 2nd.

GOALTENDERS: Rangers - Lundqvist (30-10-9, 2 SO, 2.15 GAA); Kevin Weekes (11-10-3, 0, 2.94). Senators - Ray Emery (20-6-3, 3, 2.64); Mike Morrison (10-4-2, 0, 2.80).

SEASON SERIES: Tied, 1-1.

LAST MEETING: Feb. 8; Rangers, 5-1. At New York, Jagr scored a goal and added two assists and Lundqvist made 24 saves.

ROAD/HOME RECORDS: Rangers - 18-12-6 on the road; Senators - 26-6-2 at home.
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Sens will be missing Chris Phillips, Zdeno Chara, and Wade Redden from their defense....can we take advantage of this or will the Rangers slack off because they think it will be an easy game?


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LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLEts get ready to.....win big!

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(41-20-12 -- 3 EAST) (48-16-7 -- 1 EAST)

http://www.nhl.com/scores/previews/1084_2_preview.html

New York Rangers (40-20-12) at Ottawa Senators (48-16-7).

TIME: Thursday, 7:30 p.m. EST.

For Jaromir Jagr and the New York Rangers, it's one big accomplishment down and two to go.

Jagr looks to break the Rangers' single-season goals record and the team looks to move closer to an Atlantic Division title as it visits the Ottawa Senators.

Jagr earned four assists to lead the Rangers to a 5-1 win over the New York Islanders on Wednesday and claim a 34-year-old team record.

The league's leading scorer ended the night with 113 points on the season, surpassing Hall of Famer Jean Ratelle's 109 set in 1971-72.

"It's a big honor for me," Jagr said. "I'm glad I did it in the first period. ... We need the points. We want to stay in first in the division."

The Rangers lead the Philadelphia Flyers by four points in the Atlantic Division. The Flyers have one game in hand.

Jagr needs one more goal to break the Rangers' single-season goal-scoring record of 52, set by Adam Graves during the team's 1993-94 Stanley Cup-winning season.

He is also hoping to extend his scoring streak to 11 games, as he has scored nine goals and 21 points in the last 10 games.

Jagr has scored only once in the last 10 contests with the Senators, but that came in the last meeting on Feb. 8.

Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist is also rewriting the Rangers' record books. His 30 wins are the most in club history in a rookie season.

The Senators have already clinched a spot in the playoffs and are trying to avoid their first three-game losing streak since Jan. 31-Feb. 5, 2004. They lead the Carolina Hurricanes by three points atop the Eastern Conference.

Ottawa lost 3-2 in a shootout against the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday, its sixth consecutive shootout loss. The team's shooters have not converted in the last 16 attempts.

"It's been a big struggle for us and it's frustrating," Ottawa's Daniel Alfredsson said. "Especially at home. You come back like we did and get the crowd into it and then can't win it for them. Maybe we've got to try some different shooters because we're not having success."

Dany Heatley, who scored two goals against the Devils, has three goals in his last two games and 12 points in his last nine contests. He surpassed his career high of 41 goals in a season and matched his career-best point total of 89, both set in 2002-03 with the Atlanta Thrashers.

STANDINGS: Rangers - 94 points, 1st place, Atlantic Division. Senators - 103 points, 1st place, Northeast Division.

TEAM LEADERS: Rangers - Jagr, 52 goals, 61 assists and 113 points; Darius Kasparaitis, 97 PIM. Senators - Heatley, 42 goals; Jason Spezza, 57 assists; Alfredsson, 90 points; Chris Neil, 170 PIM.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Rangers - Power play: 19.5 percent (78 for 400), 6th in NHL. Penalty killing: 84.7 percent (370 for 437), 5th. Senators - Power play: 20.7 percent (88 for 426), 3rd. Penalty killing: 86.4 percent (367 for 425), 2nd.

GOALTENDERS: Rangers - Lundqvist (30-10-9, 2 SO, 2.15 GAA); Kevin Weekes (11-10-3, 0, 2.94). Senators - Ray Emery (20-6-3, 3, 2.64); Mike Morrison (10-4-2, 0, 2.80).

SEASON SERIES: Tied, 1-1.

LAST MEETING: Feb. 8; Rangers, 5-1. At New York, Jagr scored a goal and added two assists and Lundqvist made 24 saves.

ROAD/HOME RECORDS: Rangers - 18-12-6 on the road; Senators - 26-6-2 at home.
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Sens will be missing Chris Phillips, Zdeno Chara, and Wade Redden from their defense....can we take advantage of this or will the Rangers slack off because they think it will be an easy game?
if we slack off, i predict 6-2 sens win. They still got enough talent up front. If Rangers work hard and play better than they did last night, I can see Rangers winning 3-2 game in OT or 4-2 win with empty net.

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It really is a big game. If we win(or go to OT) then the games at hand philly has doesn't matter as much. Key tonight is to pick up at least a point.

Anyone have a scouting report on Emery? What're his strong and weak points? Interesting to see how he'd match up to the Ranger's style.

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Minor correction, today's date is 3/30.

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Ain't that The Truth.

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They'd better take advantage of the hand they've been dealt... the injuries to the Sens D corps should be exploited and exposed at every given opportunity... anything less is a disappointment, I'd say. While the Sens still have a hell of an offensive game, Jags and Prucha should really look to abuse their defensive B squad.

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Minor correction, today's date is 3/30.

Blame Singin' he put 3/28 on his GDT yesterday and it threw me off

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A win tonight may discourage Philly psychologically interms of getting the division. No reason not to win this game. The senators have their A offense, B, defense and B goaltender.

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I'm going to the game tonight! a few rows behind center ice!!!! Can't wait... LETS GO RANGERS!

Any updates on who's in nets tonight?

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Minor correction, today's date is 3/30.
By any reason its 30/3, Americans...

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By any reason its 30/3, Americans...
Silliness.

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By any reason its 30/3, Americans...
I never understood the European way of doing it.

I understand the metric system and think it rules our system. I even understand the using of centimeteres and KGs for height/weight as well.

Yet your use of dates is perhaps the most moronic thing I have ever seen!!

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See if the Ranger Offense can take advantage of a depleted Senators defense.

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day/month/year seems more logical to me than month/day/year.

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The King back in net

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Notes: Prucha tied a Rangers rookie record with his 15th power-play goal of the season. ... Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist made 18 saves and set the Rangers' rookie record with his 30th victory. He will start tonight at Ottawa.
http://www.thejournalnews.com/apps/p...603300362/1108

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day/month/year seems more logical to me than month/day/year.
Not to me! I like to think of the time of month at first. I think it holds more significance than the single day for some reason. I don't know, it;'s just never made a lick of sense to me.

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I never understood the European way of doing it.

I understand the metric system and think it rules our system. I even understand the using of centimeteres and KGs for height/weight as well.

Yet your use of dates is perhaps the most moronic thing I have ever seen!!
Centimeters and Kg's are part of the metric system btw.
The centigrade format for temperature also makes so much more sence. 0 is freezing, 100 is boiling. I really don't get the date thing though. When I say the date, I say march 14th, not the 14th of March. Maybe that's because of the way we write it? Or vice versa perhaps. Chicken or the egg I guess.

Great news about Lundqvist in net. I figured he'd be in but it's nice to get confirmation.

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Centimeters and Kg's are part of the metric system btw.
The centigrade format for temperature also makes so much more sence. 0 is freezing, 100 is boiling. I really don't get the date thing though. When I say the date, I say march 14th, not the 14th of March. Maybe that's because of the way we write it? Or vice versa perhaps. Chicken or the egg I guess.

Great news about Lundqvist in net. I figured he'd be in but it's nice to get confirmation.
Hey romba, ARE YOU READY TO ROCK AND ROLL TONIGHT!

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Centimeters and Kg's are part of the metric system btw.
The centigrade format for temperature also makes so much more sence. 0 is freezing, 100 is boiling. I really don't get the date thing though. When I say the date, I say march 14th, not the 14th of March. Maybe that's because of the way we write it? Or vice versa perhaps. Chicken or the egg I guess.

Great news about Lundqvist in net. I figured he'd be in but it's nice to get confirmation.
I know that the weight and measures format is part of the metric system. I was just going a bit further in depth in saying what I feel is better than our system.

THink about it like this in terms of the date.

Do you want your apple pie with the apples on the outside!?

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I know that the weight and measures format is part of the metric system. I was just going a bit further in depth in saying what I feel is better than our system.

THink about it like this in terms of the date.

Do you want your apple pie with the apples on the outside!?
Ew no!

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Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist made 18 saves and set the Rangers' rookie record with his 30th victory. He will start tonight at Ottawa.

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yeah i like henrik back in net. he had limited work yesterday so he should be fine. it's a relatively big game. after tongiht the flyers will have two games in hand, vs devils and isles this weekend. if we can pull this one out we can guarantee a lead by tuesday match up vs phily.

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