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04-17-2008, 10:15 PM
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Sutter calling for Devils to run Lundqvist?

Sure seems that way.

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**Sutter did not back down from his post-game statement Wednesday that because the referees have allowed the Rangers to run into Martin Brodeur, then maybe the Devils should do the same with Henrik Lundqvist.

"If there's going to be contact with our goalie, then it needs to go both ways," Sutter said. "If it's not going to penalized on the one end, hopefully it's not going to be penalized on the other end too. I meant what I said last night. I assumed any contact with the goaltender inside the paint is a penalty when it's deliberate or there's intent. If you drive through the crease and knock the goaltender's helmet off, I guess it's a judgment call by the ref and yet I just wanted to make sure if it's not being called on our goaltender, then we certainly can't have it called the other way either.
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Waaaah.

Fine. If they are more focused with running Lundqvist than actually coming back to win the series, that plays to our advantage.

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Maybe they'll just keep slashing his stick out of his hands.

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w/e, just keep running into brodeur. Henrik isnt a god damn ***** like Brodeur...he'll knock some people's teeth out.....or more (see avatar)

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w/e, just keep running into brodeur. Henrik isnt a god damn ***** like Brodeur...he'll knock some people's teeth out.....or more (see avatar)
While I doubt you'd see Henrik get really physical, you probably wouldn't see him flopping around and faking injury.

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The only instance I remember that Brodeur was run was when Callahan went into him, and Brodeur put his stick right in his face to cancel it out. Also Sean Avery, but he was tripped when he was driving to the net, so I don't see how that was his fault. What am I forgetting?

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Also, to Rangers fans:

Rather than respond to the inevitable trolling of this thread, report them. It's stupid to get constantly warned for it. I'm sick of getting warned and you might as well avoid it, also. Be the bigger man/woman.

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The one thing you have to give Lundqvist credit for: the guy does not dive. If anyone can prove me wrong, go ahead, but I can't remember even one time that he dove after being brushed like Brodeur.

The Devils can run him all they want if they think that is going to make them feel vindicated in some stupid way. I'll gladly take the win instead.

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It wont happen. The Devils can barely breach the slot, let alone the crease.

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The one thing you have to give Lundqvist credit for: the guy does not dive. If anyone can prove me wrong, go ahead, but I can't remember even one time that he dove after being brushed like Brodeur.

The Devils can run him all they want if they think that is going to make them feel vindicated in some stupid way. I'll gladly take the win instead.
Agreed. I'd love it if the Debs were called for penalty after penalty from running Henrik (well, as long as Henrik doesn't get hurt). Bring on the powerplays.

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Is Sutter ********? Brodeur took his own helmet off last night. Yes Jagr drove through the top of the crease, but he hit him with his hip, and he was hardly aiming to hit Brodeur. If you look at the replay, it looks like Jagr is trying to avoid him. If he's talking about the Callahan hit on Brodeur, Callahan was tripped up and fell into Brodeur, by no means taking a run at Marty. Sutter should know what the heck he is talking about before claiming that we're running Marty. Quit whining!

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Also, to Rangers fans:

Rather than respond to the inevitable trolling of this thread, report them. It's stupid to get constantly warned for it. I'm sick of getting warned and you might as well avoid it, also. Be the bigger man/woman.
It seems like it's the same person posting over and over again, but it's not. I guess they are all equally annoying. Wish I can add all of them to my ignore list simultaneously, but alas, I can't

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Is Sutter ********? Brodeur took his own helmet off last night. Yes Jagr drove through the top of the crease, but he hit him with his hip, and he was hardly aiming to hit Brodeur. If you look at the replay, it looks like Jagr is trying to avoid him. If he's talking about the Callahan hit on Brodeur, Callahan was tripped up and fell into Brodeur, by no means taking a run at Marty. Sutter should know what the heck he is talking about before claiming that we're running Marty. Quit whining!
Oduya also hit Jagr which caused him to go into the crease and into Marty.

I really think Sutter must not watch any tape or he is just a reactionary *********. I had a lot of respect for him before this year. Pretty much lost it all within 4 games so far. He comes off as a complete baby at times.

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It seems like it's the same person posting over and over again, but it's not. I guess they are all equally annoying. Wish I can add all of them to my ignore list simultaneously, but alas, I can't
There's a reason I haven't posted much on the Devils board lately. Can't post over there without getting flamed.

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I really think Sutter must not watch any tape or he is just a reactionary *********. I had a lot of respect for him before this year. Pretty much lost it all within 4 games so far. He comes off as a complete baby at times.
You can see how freely Marty speaks about contact with him in the media, in the locker room it has to be that much more.

Sutter is probably just posturing as a sign of solidarity with his goaltender.

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Sounds fantastic. If they're that concerned with getting "even", I'll gladly take the extra Power Plays.

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You can see how freely Marty speaks about contact with him in the media, in the locker room it has to be that much more.

Sutter is probably just posturing as a sign of solidarity with his goaltender.
Possibly, but he comes off as entirely too whiny. He doesn't come off as tough at all. Just a reactionary, whiny baby. I thought the same when he threw the stick onto the ice. Just makes me shake my head.

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Jonathon, you remind me of the preaching woman from The Mist

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It's an elimination game. They're not going to run Lundy just to get back at the Rangers for running Brodeur and risk a PP that ends the season.

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Jonathon, you remind me of the preaching woman from The Mist
Unfortunately didn't see it!

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Possibly, but he comes off as entirely too whiny. He doesn't come off as tough at all. Just a reactionary, whiny baby. I thought the same when he threw the stick onto the ice. Just makes me shake my head.
Him throwing a stick definitely does not have the same effect as if someone like a Mike Keenan threw a stick.

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Oduya also hit Jagr which caused him to go into the crease and into Marty.
I really think Sutter must not watch any tape or he is just a reactionary *********. I had a lot of respect for him before this year. Pretty much lost it all within 4 games so far. He comes off as a complete baby at times.
oduya barely touched him, and it was from the side, it didnt even affect jagr so dont say it was oduya who pushed him into marty cause jagr was trying to drive hard to the net from when he had the puck

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NYR 5, Montreal 6

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