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03-18-2008, 12:04 PM
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Newark Penn Station.


You can take NJ Transit directly there or if you want to go for something cheaper, you can take the PATH train to the World Trade Center and then take the E train up to 34th Street.
Is there a Penn Station in Newark?

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Is there a Penn Station in Newark?
Yep. It's right down the street from the Prudential Center.

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Yep. It's right down the street from the Prudential Center.
Pretty obvious how much time I spend in Newark.

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03-18-2008, 12:18 PM
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i mean backman is playing ha and i havent even drank yet

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03-18-2008, 12:22 PM
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Pretty obvious how much time I spend in Newark.
well, there really isn't any reason to be spending time in newark.

anyway, grassyass for the tips. on my way.......

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03-18-2008, 12:29 PM
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Newark Penn Station.


You can take NJ Transit directly there or if you want to go for something cheaper, you can take the PATH train to the World Trade Center and then take the E train up to 34th Street.
NJTransit should take you right to Port Authority or Penn Station (NY). Port Authority is 8 blocks from the MSG, Penn Station pretty much is MSG

if you do get on the PATH train (from Newark Penn Station) you might as well stay on it, it drops you off on 33rd. Just change at Journal Square (Jersey City) to the 33rd St Train.

Good Luck and have fun in NYC

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03-18-2008, 12:39 PM
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hello NYers

i am flying up there today and am gonna come over to the game from Newark. any tips on getting to MSG from Newark Penn Station??
You can either take the PATH to WTC and take the subway up, or take the WTC PATH to Journal Sq. and transfer to the 33rd st. PATH.

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03-18-2008, 12:40 PM
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I wish we could just get a bum off the street to come in and just rip Ruutu's eyes out.

Hollweg is kinda like a bum, though. He lives in a box (albeit a press box), is really dirty, and has ugly matted hair.
And some sort of saliva problem with his mouth where there is a thread of spit that stays there between his two lips and elongates as he talks.

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03-18-2008, 01:42 PM
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Bottom line, this team is playing worse then it was before the deadline...Take away the shootouts and we are are 1 win 3 losses and 2 ties in the last 6 games against the dregs and injured of the NHL east..3rd line has been pitiful..4th line generally not much...top 2 lines declining...Almost all the D men playing worse...

I can't see a reason for it to turn around without any changes...Hopefully The King bails them out tonight, which is very possible..

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03-18-2008, 01:46 PM
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For the Rangers -

This game is all about being smart tonight.

Rangers have to bottle it up even strength, stay out of the box and capitalize on their chances whether it be on the PP or not...

Over the last 5 games the Pens have outscored opponents 22-11.

But their PP went 3-24, averaging 5 chances per game. Their even strength play has been dominating - 19 goals to 9 for opponents.

They've stayed out of the box giving up an average of only 3 PP's a game.

But Conklin has let up 2 shorties in his last 3 games... something to look for.

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03-18-2008, 01:50 PM
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Most important part of the season starts today. Give 110% and drive hard to the net no matter what the score is.

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03-18-2008, 02:00 PM
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I think we have to start boowing fans for boowing Malik.
good idea, but it may just sound like more booing of Malik

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102-100 loss with malkin hitting a 3 pointer as time expires.

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03-18-2008, 02:19 PM
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lol "Pittsgurgh" Penguins...


This is either going to be a close and hard fought game or a blowout by the Penguins.

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Bottom line, this team is playing worse then it was before the deadline...Take away the shootouts and we are are 1 win 3 losses and 2 ties in the last 6 games against the dregs and injured of the NHL east..3rd line has been pitiful..4th line generally not much...top 2 lines declining...Almost all the D men playing worse...

I can't see a reason for it to turn around without any changes...Hopefully The King bails them out tonight, which is very possible..
Pretty much my thoughts... We need Hollweg back and let two Swedes acquired by Slats sit next to him or near. I can see Sjostrom be used on Drury line instead of Straka, though... I also want Staal out for a few games once Mara is ok.

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03-18-2008, 02:53 PM
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So how many penalties will this player take tonight?


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03-18-2008, 02:57 PM
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So how many penalties will this player take tonight?
He only wants to tend the rabbits.

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So how many penalties will this player take tonight?
Hard to tell... He shoots from the wrong foot at that picture

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It's been a while since I played hockey but I think you can shoot from either foot. I dont know, I put the weight on my back foot so yeah it seems kind of weird.

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LEts go boys....

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lol "Pittsgurgh" Penguins...


This is either going to be a close and hard fought game or a blowout by the Penguins.
pittsgurgh is unstoppable!

how noticeable would you guys say the difference in lundqvist's play has been recently compared to the middle of the season? was it mostly his father's illness that was sort of throwing him off or was it just the team's play in general. interested to hear some feedback because he's looked great when i've gotten to see him play recently.

good luck tonight. expecting a good one.

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So how many penalties will this player take tonight?

Wow. Backman has quickly become the new Malik. I just want to see them play hard tonight. This is an important 4 point game as are the rest this season.

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03-18-2008, 04:11 PM
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Key to me is we need to somehow figure out a way to stop the Malkin line. He's been so dominant since Crosby went down the first time and what's more impressive is he's rejuvenated Peter Sykora and he's somehow made a pedestrian player like Ryan Malone a star. But and this is an important but, Pens defense is very vulnerable and we have the guns to expose them. But we have to score a couple of PP goals...not asking for much.

Though Malkin will get his, I'm thinking something along the lines of 6-5 type of OT game tonight with Drury winning it...should be a fun one

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pittsgurgh is unstoppable!

how noticeable would you guys say the difference in lundqvist's play has been recently compared to the middle of the season? was it mostly his father's illness that was sort of throwing him off or was it just the team's play in general. interested to hear some feedback because he's looked great when i've gotten to see him play recently.

good luck tonight. expecting a good one.
I have not talked to Hank lately. I will ask him tomorrow.

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