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11-03-2006, 01:04 AM
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The turnovers he created were a huge part of the win tonight.

As was getting a guy like Cheechoo off of his game.

I was proud to be wearing my Hollweg sweater tonight. He's a good, tough kid. I only wish we had Jed back to work with him.

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I saw that too.
Yeah, it was kind of cool to see the camera really focus in on that. Just something interesting. You could tell that Jagr was enjoying himself out there tonight as well. I think the goal yesterday was a huge, huge boost for his confidence and regular morale.

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11-03-2006, 01:05 AM
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I mean, let's be honest, the only guys wo didn't play well were
Malik as usual
Rachunek I didn't notice much from
I wouldn't say Rachunek didn't play well because you didn't notice him. It is better than if you did notice him because of bad plays.

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Just like the Ducks the Sharks played down to the Rangers tonight


3 out of 4 on the road not to bad..

I said before last nights game if Weekes plays well the word "goalie rotation" are going to be whispered in the media..it's coming and good for weekes..

I'd be so happy if I've been dead wrong about Weekes.

Our defense is playing well because our forwards have been playing well. The Rangers forwards are now winning the battles along the boards and making the smart play. Our defenseman are doing the job because they have been given the chance too.

We still have problems on defense and eventually this season it needs to be upgraded but 5 of our defenseman played strong games. Malik played a fair game but still might be the odd man out at some point..

Really From Jagr to Weekes the Rangers played a strong team game..

Shanny is amazing. Sather and the staff deserve an A+ for bringing this guy in..

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11-03-2006, 01:06 AM
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Yeah, it was kind of cool to see the camera really focus in on that. Just something interesting. You could tell that Jagr was enjoying himself out there tonight as well. I think the goal yesterday was a huge, huge boost for his confidence and regular morale.
He just looks so much stronger and more confident with the puck now. Only a matter of time before he starts lighting up the score board.

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11-03-2006, 01:07 AM
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I wouldn't say Rachunek didn't play well because you didn't notice him. It is better than if you did notice him because of bad plays.
I actually thought Rachunek was really solid. He and Ozo made a good pairing on the PK ( )

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11-03-2006, 01:09 AM
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I actually thought Rachunek was really solid. He and Ozo made a good pairing on the PK ( )
Exactly my thoughts haha.

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I like the feistiness that Ozo brought today. That hit on Thornton was a HARD hit (you saw Big Joe's body shake all over during the hit) and he was competant in swating at guys hackign at Weekes after the play.

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11-03-2006, 01:13 AM
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I like the feistiness that Ozo brought today. That hit on Thornton was a HARD hit (you saw Big Joe's body shake all over during the hit) and he was competant in swating at guys hackign at Weekes after the play.
Extremely solid effort from Ozo tonight. The offense from him will come, but I rather see him play smart defensively first.

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11-03-2006, 01:13 AM
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I believe this ties us with the Isles and Penguins for the division lead...wow that sounded wierd

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11-03-2006, 01:14 AM
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I actually thought Rachunek was really solid. He and Ozo made a good pairing on the PK ( )
Ozo is 100x the player we saw at the end of last season. He has a nice little comeback story building here. Lets hope enough fans at the game on Sunday have stayed up to watch these games. It would be a shame if he gets booed on the first shift Sunday night because he has been an important part of these wins..

Besides...

The Rangers have won 4 out of 6 with Ozo in the lineup. Ozo made it back from his injury in near record time I doubt he would want to waste that effort by going out like a has been...

Lets hope he keeps up the good play...

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11-03-2006, 01:15 AM
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I believe this ties us with the Isles and Penguins for the division lead...wow that sounded wierd
Yea, we're in "first"

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I like the feistiness that Ozo brought today. That hit on Thornton was a HARD hit (you saw Big Joe's body shake all over during the hit) and he was competant in swating at guys hackign at Weekes after the play.
Yeah I thought Ozo played a tough game as well. He really has been decent since he came back. And I have to give Malik and Rosival credit tonight. Both played their best game of the season tonight, and looked liked they did for the first half of last season. If the D can play like they did tonight on a consistent basis, the Rangers can be a very good team.

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What is wierd? The Isles and Pens tied for first?

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11-03-2006, 01:16 AM
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Ozo is 100x the player we saw at the end of last season. He has a nice little comeback story building here. Lets hope enough fans at the game on Sunday have stayed up to watch these games. It would be a shame if he gets booed on the first shift Sunday night because he has been an important part of these wins..

Besides...

The Rangers have won 4 out of 6 with Ozo in the lineup. Ozo made it back from his injury in near record time I doubt he would want to waste that effort by going out like a has been...

Lets hope he keeps up the good play...
lol there is a good chance that just us guys on HF stayed up to watch these games.

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11-03-2006, 01:20 AM
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Solid effort all around tonight. The boys looked pretty good. Hell of a finish by Shanny there, and props to Weekes for keeping his composure and not letting that softy affect him.

I was wrong about Hollweg. I thought he was just a goon, and I loved him for that- but he has made some real strides this year in terms of playing disciplined hockey and has smoother out his skating. He deserves to be in the NHL. I wish everyone worked as hard as Holly.
A lot of folks on different boards I've visited have sold Hollweg short. The guy has solid 3rd line potential. I'd love to see a line of Dupont-Hollweg-Moore take shape in a year or so.

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11-03-2006, 01:23 AM
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I can't believe I'm about to say this...
Ozo played well....

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I can't believe I'm about to say this...
Ozo played well....
agreed, we should use him more on the PP than Rozsival. If Rozsival would get a little less ice and all the d ice are balance our d wont get tired that much. they should put Ward and Tyutin with the Nylander Jagr Straka line. Rozsival and Malik with Cullen Shanny and Prucha.

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To a complete victory where everybody played a great game

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11-03-2006, 01:34 AM
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Well boys and girls - we actually showed heart today from the get go!!! I hope it is a sign of good things to come!!!

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11-03-2006, 01:43 AM
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Where's the next GDT!?!?!

GOTTA KEEP THE MOMENTUM GOING!!!

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GOTTA KEEP THE MOMENTUM GOING!!!
FLY....

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Does Jagr looks good ?

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Jagr def had his "legs" this game. His Confidence is def building, and he seems to be having a good time out there. Hopefully leads to a Good Team Chemistry.

Ozo and Rachunek really suprised me this game, with their sound Defense. Both played their duties right, thus helping out Weekes quite a bit.

Keep Weekes in for the Game against Buffalo. Hopefully get some Redemption.

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The Rangers do have a goalie rotation.

It's annual.


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