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11-16-2003, 09:52 AM
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Official Game Thread (NYR-CHI)

got whooped yesterday, have to come out strong.. im not looking back.

Prediction:

NYR-4 Kovalev (3), Leetch

CHI-1 Radulov

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I'm still lamenting last night's loss. :mad:

5-1 Blackhawks
Ruutu with his first career hattrick.
Lundmark scores the only goal yet somehow still only gets 8 minutes of ice time.

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Rags 5 - Hawks 2

Just setting us up for more disappointment next game.

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in goal tonight

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Mironov a hattrick vs his old team

But more likely it will be a 2-2 tie.
Does Dunham get the nod again for this one? A little help, please.

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Does Dunham get the nod again for this one? A little help, please.

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Probably not. Not usually good back to back plus he got lit up 5-0 yesterday.

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I don't make predictions. Very bad Karma. I'm just looking for the Rangers to come out and play hard for a full 60 minutes. That would be nice to see for a change.

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I don't make predictions. Very bad Karma. I'm just looking for the Rangers to come out and play hard for a full 60 minutes. That would be nice to see for a change.

I predict 6-2 Rangers
Rangers: Nedved, Kovalev, Lundmark, Ortmeyer, Leetch, Simon
Hawks: Bell and Calder

 
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another game>

Oh what torture. I liked Shapa's scoring - a Mironov hattrick, but the Rangers can only tie the game 2-2 (asking how that's possible? Well, hockey IS different here).

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Much like the Edmonton game, this is a chance for the Rangers to capitalize on inexperienced goaltending now that "T-bo" is out. Let's hope they pepper Leighton, something they didn't do to Conklin. Of course, if the defense mails another one in, it's probably not going to matter.

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But more likely..

threw me off Pasha. Had you said, 'but nonetheless the Rangers still only manage a 2-2 tie'...then I would've gotten it.

I agree Melrose..although I believe Conklin pitched a shutout in his next outing/

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Another game for the Rangers to make a sub-.500 team look like a Stanley Cup contender. Excellent. What will they lose by in this one? Let's see, 5-0?

I am already looking forward getting my clubs shined up for April. Hope the Broadway Blueballs are shining up there irons also because they will be playing in April again this year.

They should put the Cubs out their and let them woop the boys. THAT would definitely be funny.

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Does Dunham get the nod again for this one? A little help, please.

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I think Dunham is in. That is why the pulled him during the devils games.

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I don't make predictions. Very bad Karma. I'm just looking for the Rangers to come out and play hard for a full 60 minutes. That would be nice to see for a change.
They'll play hard but lose it 5-0. Oh well, I wish playing hard got ya points. See ya in April out at Pebble Beach guys.

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Who got benched or scratched? Yahoo! only has 17 players dressed for NYR.

h**p://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/boxscore?gid=2003111604

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good job of lundmark getting striped of the puck on a 4 on 3. yeah he is awesome!!!!

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It's so good to see Berard out there playing hockey...shame we didn't keep him, we were the one's that gave him another chance...

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good job of lundmark getting striped of the puck on a 4 on 3. yeah he is awesome!!!!
oh give it a rest, you must be glen sathers son

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good job of lundmark getting striped of the puck on a 4 on 3. yeah he is awesome!!!!
Where are you when he does good which is a lot more common then bad. Where were you when Messier makes a turnover which is virtually every game? double standard I see.

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ortmeiyer centers to lundmark and he sco opps he misses it and look at that it goes all the way down the ice. AWESOME

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Where are you when he does good which is a lot more common then bad. Where were you when Messier makes a turnover which is virtually every game? double standard I see.
hmm a first ballot hall of famer vs a guy that has proven nothing. i gotta go with the first ballot hall of famer. you know the guy that leads the team in goals

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hmm a first ballot hall of famer vs a guy that has proven nothing. i gotta go with the first ballot hall of famer. you know the guy that leads the team in goals
Glen, shouldn't you be actually coaching the game rather than arguing on-line?

Never mind, your performance couldn't possibly be worse than it has been to date.

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hmm a first ballot hall of famer vs a guy that has proven nothing. i gotta go with the first ballot hall of famer. you know the guy that leads the team in goals
Messier is not playing like a first ballot Hall of Famer and it's kind of hard to score goals when you play less then 10 minutes any given game all while the guy who does lead routinely gets more then 15 and every opportunity to score.

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a Rangers player makes a small mistake and OH! LOOK! critical fans are there to jump all over him...

oh, wait...thats not news...

C'mon guys, whether it be JarJar against the young guys or half the other fans against the vets, like it or not, these are our players...I understand accountability, but lets just put away the microscope for a minute and step behind these guys and just hope for the best...I'm just as frustrated as the next guy, but we're all fans of the same team...

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a Rangers player makes a small mistake and OH! LOOK! critical fans are there to jump all over him...

oh, wait...thats not news...

C'mon guys, whether it be JarJar against the young guys or half the other fans against the vets, like it or not, these are our players...I understand accountability, but lets just put away the microscope for a minute and step behind these guys and just hope for the best...I'm just as frustrated as the next guy, but we're all fans of the same team...
I am not critisizing Messier. I'm only saying he's two faced about it.

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It had too be Berard, hadn`t it? Here we go again...

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