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11-25-2007, 10:17 AM
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Lundqvist had to be calmed down by Shanny?

In today's Daily News, Dellapina says that Lundy had to be calmed down by Shanny after losing the shutout against TB. Did anyone see this, or know what happened?

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11-25-2007, 10:18 AM
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love the passion

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I saw him cursing and bashing his stick against the ice, but Shanny wasn't out there then so he must have gotten more pissed off in the locker room. I heard a story last year about him smashing a hole in the area above the locker room door in Buffalo after game 5 I think so sounds like he may have a bit of a temper. Which is no problem in my eyes, I will never complain about a player caring

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I saw him cursing and bashing his stick against the ice, but Shanny wasn't out there then so he must have gotten more pissed off in the locker room. I heard a story last year about him smashing a hole in the area above the locker room door in Buffalo after game 5 I think so sounds like he may have a bit of a temper. Which is no problem in my eyes, I will never complain about a player caring
I love the passion, too!

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'Calm Him Down' .......it's not that big of a deal.

We went over this already that Lundy should be mad after losing a shutout with 16 seconds left and it wasn't his fault. He played terrific.

He slammed his stick on the ground and when he was coming off the ice after the win he had some words to say, mainly to himself, he's Lundy, he doesn't blame his teammates, so Shanny and Gomer just had a few words with him to let him loose.

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As long as he's able to turn the page when he needs to (which he is, of course), it's no problem.

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I'm sure Henrik was pissed. He looked like he let it go before the interview though

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A goalie who was angry for losing at shut out near the end of the game..

Who'd a thunk it!!!!

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anyone would be pissed as well.

to echo the sentiment, i am glad to see the passion and fire in Henrik.

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heard about it...

thank renney for putting that bum jagr on the ice with less than 30 secs to go...

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As long as it is channeled into his play and doesn't become a team problem... I don't care...

Hell, showing players emotion is great..

I wonder how he felt when he found out Drury was coming to NYR after the whole Game 5, 7.7 seconds putting hole in the wall thing....

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heard about it...

thank renney for putting that bum jagr on the ice with less than 30 secs to go...
Bingo! It wasn't the Captain who tried to calm down Lundy. He and Renney were the guys who riled him up!

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Just read this in the Daily News, and I completely feel for Lundqvist. He deserved the shutout, but Renney is just not properly rolling the right lines anymore.

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Isn't winning the game good enough? Stats don't matter to me, just get the win.

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Just read this in the Daily News, and I completely feel for Lundqvist. He deserved the shutout, but Renney is just not properly rolling the right lines anymore.
To Renney's defense should be noted that he stated in the postgame interview that it was a coaching mistake he apologized to Hank for messing it up.

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Isn't winning the game good enough? Stats don't matter to me, just get the win.
oh, winning matters. Believe you me! He would have been a lot more pissed if we blew the entire game instead of just the shutout.

But why not care about letting a goal in, so close to being home free? And that close to just having a totally perfect night...that one in the final seconds ruins it.

You'd be pissed too!

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I tend to think that it was becuase of the personel that Renney had on the ice. The players on the ice were not the best choice to secure a shutout, but rather to fish for an empty net goal.

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I saw him cursing and bashing his stick against the ice, but Shanny wasn't out there then so he must have gotten more pissed off in the locker room. I heard a story last year about him smashing a hole in the area above the locker room door in Buffalo after game 5 I think so sounds like he may have a bit of a temper. Which is no problem in my eyes, I will never complain about a player caring
Never heard that but he did run his skate and pad trough a door in a locker room while playing in Sweden.

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As long as he doesn't get mad Kevin Brown style, I'm fine with it.

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Once again Shanny stepping up, I'm think he told Hank to channel all that anger into his next start.

Winners care, so its good to see the emotion.

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Considering how ticked off I was, I can only imagine.

So long as Henrik doesn't blast his teammates, which he didn't, I don't see anything wrong with wanting to have a shutout every game.

Heck I was looking forward to number five, myself.

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good mabye Hank can turn it into a after loss ritual. When the Rangers score less then two goals n he puts on a amazing performance; which is usually more then the offense deserves from him he can flip out (ritefully so) and smack each foward in the head with his paddle. Mabye that is the spark they need to score.

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Lundqvist griped after Wednesday's 2-1 victory in Tampa because he was unhappy with the players Tom Renney had on the ice when the Lightning scored at 19:43 of the third to spoil the shutout.

After Wednesday's game, Renney not only was protective of the goaltender, whose work is the primary reason the Rangers' record is 13-9-2 rather than 9-13-2, but also took a bullet for Lundqvist, saying that he owed him a better coaching job.
http://www.nypost.com/seven/11262007...nst_118934.htm

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I don't blame him for being upset about losing a shutout that late in a game. I can't criticize someone for striving for perfection. As long as he can move on and not let it affect his mindset going into the next game, then I don't see a problem. Winning the game is always the top priority.

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11-26-2007, 07:26 PM
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Never heard that but he did run his skate and pad trough a door in a locker room while playing in Sweden.
you are certainly not hearing all that goes on in the politicians offices too, or everything at your neighbours? These kind of things happen in NHL or SEL all the time.

Smith was awsome!!!!!!!!

Get rid of NYR Defense exept Staal!!!!

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