And these guys are in 11th place?

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Continuing his fondness for awkward football analogies, Jaromir Jagr compared Ryan Hollweg and Colton Orr’s goals tonight to “when a big fat guy scores a touchdown.”

Believe it or not, it was actually kind a compliment. Of course, if it was me who said that, and not one of the best hockey players in the world, I’m not sure Hollweg and Orr would be as amused.

What else to make of tonight? I’m not sure. All along, the Rangers have been saying they’ve been playing good hockey since the All-Star break and they just haven’t been rewarded.

Of course, it didn’t hurt that they never had to come from behind, which is another reason that Orr goal was so huge (the other reason being that it was Colton Orr).

So tonight was something. Whether it’s something that can be sustained is the real question.

Some other thoughts:

  • His insults to obese linemen aside, Jagr also gave the rare talk to his team in between periods. The message? Strap yourself in, because this is how it’s got to be the rest of the way.

    “Jags said it between the second and third period: every game is a playoff game for us the rest of the year. That is the way we have to play it,” Sean Avery said. “It is certainly my feeling, playing for these fans here, we owe it to them to win some games and give them something to watch in April.â€?

  • Hollweg acknowledged that with all the changes through the lineup, he was feeling even more pressure to produce. He managed that, and he admitted to being thrilled when he heard the crowd chant his name.

    “It is an unbelievable feeling. It’s something I won’t forget,� Hollweg said. “Not a lot of people can say they played a hockey game in the Garden and have 20,000 people screaming my name. I just want to thank all of the fans. It is a great feeling.�

  • Tom Renney said his plan was to go back with Henrik Lundqvist against the Caps unless the goaltender told him otherwise. Of course, Lundqvist’s legs could always fall off from exhaustion, which would likely mean Renney wouldd still go with Lundqvist, but he’d keep Kevin Weekes extra ready.
  • Another impressive game by Avery, who had his first goal as a Ranger. Of course, it’s worth noting that his girlfriend Elisha Cuthbert was listed as one of the celebrities in attendance, but I never saw her. Trust me, it wasn’t for a lack of looking. And I mean that in a strictly non-creepy sort of way.

    OK, more tomorrow for the dawn of the Pascal Dupuis era. The new guy will apparently be wearing No. 98, so be the first one on your block to order a jersey….

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    1. Great game, love the lines, keep it rolling fellas. All the haters, you’re not welcome on the bandwagon.

    2. a typical snide remark from the pouting elitist.

      and people wonder why the role players get little ice time or regard in RenneyJagrland.

      I would like to see Orr say, “No, it’s like a pansie czech throwing a punch.”

    3. RE POST

      Just back from the Garden. What satisfaction to see the JJ posse playing in an evened out role across the whole roster. Phenomenal to watch Shanny and Avery running their line and Nylander waiting for a pass instead of the other way around. Great to see Orts use the after burners to blow past the defense at the offensive blue line crash the net and almost score. Ditto for Cullen going to the net instead of the side boards. Exuberance at the use of 2, count em 2, PP lines for the first time this year.
      Solid game for Avery. He can really pass the puck . Avery fires the puck when he passes. Just beautiful. And he shoots the puck on net. Not wide.
      The only booing tonight was on an early Ranger PP when the JJ posse ( the original version with Prucha!) would not shoot the puck.
      It just better stay this way. Contrary to what it looked like, the Rangers played the trap for the last half of the game. I am not a fan of that strategy. It is begging to let the opponent up off the floor. We were up by so many goals so early tonight that the trap wasn’t that noticeable but I almost fell asleep for the last 6 minutes of the first. It became quite a bit exciting in the second and beyond!

    4. all sudden this is a pretty tough team with avery, hollweg, and orr. i loved the lines, not sure what happened to tommy boy? what a pleasant surprise.

    5. great game…huge supporter of Hollweg/Orr and all the physical guys. My first post here…so for those who don’t know me I’m all about old-time hockey…and the physical stuff. Great to see all the guys get goals tonight…hopefully we’re all geared up for a possible brawl game tomorow night?

    6. Dupuis, will hopefully not play tomorrow .. specially in our first rematch with Washington since that game at the Garden … Orr should stay in the lineup … and Renney should keep the same lines together that we had tonight

    7. where does wise-ass Jagr come off belittling Orr and Hollweg. He is 45th in goal scoring. even grinder Chris Clark of Wash. has more goals than he does.

    8. Longtimerangerfan on

      That was one of, if not the most, fun games I’ve watched all year…does everyone know why they won?…no “f$&%ing” 3rd jersey!!!!! I HATE the 3rd jersey, oh and the line combos might have had something to do with it too. Anyway, kudos to the “foot” soldiers and especially Ryan Holwegg who gives his all every game he plays!

    9. Longtimerangerfan on

      Oh, and how bad is Malikenstein? First period turnover, bad penalty, yada, yada, yada…but MUCH better than Pock or any other D man in Hartford, right? Some things Renney got right tonight and some things are same-o, same-o.

    10. Malik is horrendous. Will they let the +/- thing go already. The guy is a STIFF. It’s like he is skating on quick sand.

    11. Anthony (Abev) on

      Yet again Sam, the Rangers winning is the (bane?) of your existence. Where are all the naysayers? Imagine how popular you would be if the Rangers never won a game?

      BTW Malik haters: Compare the Rangers record when Malik was on IR to tonight’s game. What?

    12. Longtimerangerfan on

      This happened after a Wolfpack loss. Why is Kaspar in Hartford and Malikenstein is here?

      When the half-hour ended, Schoenfeld spoke briefly and then skated off with Gernander and Daigneault, who usually linger after practice. Most players knelt or lay on the ice for several minutes. Brad Isbister smashed his stick on the boards, then defenseman Darius Kasparaitis called the team together at center ice.

      “I told them you just have to play for each other,” said Kasparaitis, a 14-year NHL veteran in a second stint with the Pack after clearing waivers. “You have to pull the guy next to you and help him out because that’s how you turn [around] the game. … I like the team. I don’t know what organization I’m going to be playing with, but being a good teammate is what matters to me now. I want to help the younger guys with my experience as much as I can.”

    13. Longtimerangerfan on

      Anthony (Abev)
      February 10th, 2007 at 1:38 am
      Yet again Sam, the Rangers winning is the (bane?) of your existence. Where are all the naysayers? Imagine how popular you would be if the Rangers never won a game?

      BTW Malik haters: Compare the Rangers record when Malik was on IR to tonight’s game. What?

      And you’re saying WHAT exactly? Anthony (Abev) it must be dark where you have your head!!!!!

    14. It’s been a while since we’ve won a game like that. Glad to see my line/pp suggestions were taken up by Renney and they turned out to be a great success.

      But all joking aside, there were positives in this game, but one of the ones I think that was overlooked a little with all the offense was that Lundqvist made the important saves tonight when the game could easily have gone the other way.

      This one win in and of itself proves nothing, and we could be right back where we started with a loss tomorrow, but at least for one night we Rangers fans have something to cheer about.

    15. Anthony (Abev) on

      I am saying that like it or not, the Rangers at this moment are a better team with Marek Malik in the lineup.

    16. Sam I was at the game , the section to the right of the radio booth. That was you between the 2 & 3 periods with Dave? You looked a littlte nervous. Hang in there. Is MESSIER GM yet?

    17. I Miss Steve Rucchin on

      Alright, 1st off, stop asking for MESSIER FOR GM!

      Anyway, gonna watch Rangers in 60 when I wake up in the morning. I caught pieces of the game and it looked good. Glad to see a Ranger WINNING a fight! And every time I’m at a game (last time being vs. the Red Wings) I predict Hollweg scoring. Can’t believe I missed it!

      Goodnight.

    18. Lazy getting back to the bench Jagr has the nerve to talk about obese. How much did he weigh when he was a rookie & what does he weigh now? He needs weight training, maybe he’ll be able to get back faster.

    19. Best game at the Garden all year. Ranger management must be reading the posts on here especially mine. :))

      Loved the way Colton Orr skated slowly around the rink basking in his moment of glory after he was picked as second star.

      Avery definitely an upgrade over Ward and from what I have read, Dupuis is a big upgrade over Hall. Stan (the cornball) Fischer said that Minnesota wanted Hall for the long “hall”!! UGHHHH!!

      Hope Renney keeps that 4th line together. Both Hollweg and Orr are needed and both hit like crazy tonight. Also a few hits from Ortmeyer and Avery. Can’t remember the last time there were four forwards in the lineup who hit all night. That shows how soft Hall and J. Ward were.

      Biggest disappointment was Nylander, he looked lost playing with Shanahan and Avery. Looked like Shanahan and Avery didn’t need anybody else to generate offense. They were around the net all night.

      Now with Dupuis on board, who sits? Even though Hossa scored, I’d try Dupuis with Jagr and Straka and sit Hossa for tomorrow’s game at least. If Nylander struggles again with Shanny and Avery, I would switch him with Straka the next game. Straka is faster and might be more adaptable to the North – South games of Shanny and Avery. Tossup between Betts and Krog to center the 4th line. I would alternate them on a game by game basis and let one of them play himself out of that spot.

    20. I miss… when you wake up make sure you’re awake. The one big reason for the changes was Messier’s announcement. Is MESSIER GM yet?… don’t have nightmares and be careful what you wish for. Is MESSIER GM yet?

    21. and another thing, no matter what wingers they get they will suck when their center is Blair “2 assists” Betts

    22. What Jagr said about the football thing…its true people…stop trying to make something of it, like he’s ripping someone…Hollweg and Orr scoring a goal is the same level as the big fat 350 pound+ defensive lineman picking up a fumble and getting a touchdown. He wasn’t ripping anyone…he was making a point, everyone loves those guys getting involved in a way they usually don’t. Man some people will just rip someone endlessly…it gets old…you don’t have to rip everything that comes out of his mouth He could say “I want Renney fired and Sather to quick and the team sold” and someone here would find something wrong with it, even though they say the same thing…its crazy…

    23. lennynyr : For good or bad, the wing who was the least effective tonight was Prucha…he barley showed up in the game…and no one can say that it was because he was not he 4th line…he was out with the guys who he scored a couple with…I wonder if his neck was still bothering him…he may be the one to sit tomorrow. I don’t want him traded, but it wouldn’t shock me…with Dawes and Callahan as well as other coming up through the system, he may be the one young roster player that can be replaced easily that other teams want. I hope he isn’t moved…but he may be the ticket to a good young center for the Rangers.

    24. wild were you at the game to make your Prucha statement ? Why don’t you get a job as a censor, mr know it all spinmiester. you want your opinions heard & critize most others for a different point of view. go play with your nyr action figures. you claim you want to talk hockey, instead you’re pushing what you thionk is a positive rosy picture, by attacking. but when it’s done to you you want to dismiss it and say you want to talk hockey. you’re a flip flopper in more ways than 274.

    25. bklynblue: Ummm..I watched the game…Prucha didn’t do much, that’s why I was wondering if his neck was still bothering him. Of all the wingers in the game he was the least effective…he was credited with no shots, he missed two, no hits although I thought he had one, he was only visible on a few shifts, all the other wings in the game had great games, Prucha stood out to me. What’s the problem, what are you a family member or something…geesh…the reason I pointed it out was that on most nights, even with limited min on the 4th line Prucha shows something…you know he played the game. Last night…not so much. I didn’t need to be at the game to see that. You could see his play, or lack there of, on TV. He was the least effective winger last night…every game has one, a player who did least. Nylander was the center who did least last night, and Roszval was teat for D IMHO…what, do I have to be at the game to see that?? “mr know it all spinmiester” ?? I don’t spin anything…I tell it from the opposite point of view of others…I don’t dig and look for every negative thing about the team. Look how many people found negative things about the line combos…man…I don’t see many people saying they were wrong and the lines worked…I said they had potential, gave my reasons…I look at the possible positives when they are there…if there are none I don’t say there are. And by t way…I do talk hockey…just because I don’t say the anti Rangers line doesn’t mean I don’t talk hockey. And I don’t criticize people, I say my point of view if its different…saying things like “Why don’t you get a job as a censor, mr know it all spinmiester” and “go play with your nyr action figures” and “you’re a flip flopper in more ways than 274″ is trying to criticize. And whom did I attack?? What in my statement about Jagr not ripping anyone about weight?? LOL…if that’s attacking…well I don’t know…its not…its was a statement about how people will attack Jagr for anything he says…attacking would be something more like ” you idiot, what kind of moron are you…” and so on and so forth not just giving my opinion….and saying that it gets old…and its crazy how things like that go on…im sorry if I hurt your feelings…but I didn’t attack anyone.

    26. Kaspar cannot be called up to replace Malik (nor shold he be) because he’d have to paqss through re-entry waivers, at which point any team could pick him up and still have to pay only 1/2 his ridiculous salary, the other half of which would be ours to eat. And the Isles have already made it known that they want to pick him up.

    27. I think kasper is in a good position to help the teams future. And he seems to be taking on the role with ought complaint. Good for him. He is a good guy from all accounts, I hope he finds a new home…but until than, lets hope he can teach a thing or two to some of the young defenders…like the beauty of the hip check ;)

    28. “Man some people will just rip someone endlessly…it gets old…you don’t have to rip everything that comes out of his mouth He could say “I want Renney fired and Sather to quick and the team soldâ€? and someone here would find something wrong with it, even though they say the same thing…its crazy…” CRAZY critizing.

    29. I hope that Dupuis is not in the lineup…I think even if he is an upgrade over another player, let him sit the game today, than he will have a few days of practice with the team were Renney can see if he looks to mesh with anyone, than he can play him. It just seems that after a game last night, unless there is an injury, the lineup should stay the same. Why mess with it? Today’s game, someone may play like crap, than they can be removed for Dupuis to play, but just because he was traded for shouldn’t mean he gets an auto in for the game tonight.

    30. bklynblue : did I say ” so and so, your crazy” NO, I was saying that its crazy that they would disagree with something that they said themselves JUST to rip a player…and you know what…there is a difference between criticizing like that, and being a jerk. Allot pf people here are just jerks, and I don’t get why…I have things I say criticized all the time on this blog and other places, and most of it is conversational…nothing nasty, just criticized. and you know what…if someone says ” the Rangers need 95 points to make the playoffs” and a player than says ” we need 94 or 95 points to make the playoffs” but the same person who said 95 says that the player is just spinning to make it sound like the rangers could make it…that IS crazy….and that person should probably pay closer attention to what they say…

    31. [b]a typical snide remark from the pouting elitist.

      and people wonder why the role players get little ice time or regard in RenneyJagrland.

      I would like to see Orr say, “No, it’s like a pansie czech throwing a punch.� [/b]

      grow up the fact that they scored doesnt change the fact that they are stiffs. a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while too. jagr’s analogy was dead on.

    32. “Lazy getting back to the bench Jagr has the nerve to talk about obese. How much did he weigh when he was a rookie & what does he weigh now? He needs weight training, maybe he’ll be able to get back faster.”

      Wow. Just wow. Jagr wasn’t born in this country, and I’m convinced he’s smarter than most of the posters on this blog. It was clearly an analogy, and if you read the whole interview, you’d know what he’s talking about. And yes, Jagr is so overweight, considering he’s probably got more muscle in his left leg than your entire body.

    33. KEEP ORR AND HOLLWEG IN THE LINEUP, RENNEY!!!!!!!!!

      Our team fired on all cylinders last night…

      I realize we traded for Dupuis and all, but I’d sit HIM tomorrow night and go with the EXACT same lineup, or I’d sit Prucha for Dupuis… Maybe even sit Betts, and either shift Hollweg to center the 4th line, or play Dupuis at center…

      We’ll be up against a big, tough club in the Washington Crapitals and they may be looking for payback, for the Orr hit on Ovechkin… Prucha may get hammered, if he plays tomorrow, and we need as tough a lineup as we can possibly have in DC…

      No question Avery will be in the lineup, but ORR and HOLLWEG better be there as well, or I might get tossed out of the Verizon Center early, for ripping Renney a new one…

      Otherwise, it will be open season for Brashear on our squad… The Crapitals have a number of other players that can scrap as well (Sutherby, Clark, Erskine, Morrison) and we don’t need our smaller / skilled players getting pummeled….

      STICK WITH HENRIK TOO!! We have 4 days off, after tonight!

      We have something good going here, Tom, DON’T SCREW IT IP!!!!!

    34. “Lazy getting back to the bench Jagr has the nerve to talk about obese. How much did he weigh when he was a rookie & what does he weigh now? He needs weight training, maybe he’ll be able to get back faster.�

      ive seen jagr in person. he is a skinny guy, not big at all. so stop talking and sounding like a dope.

      The funny thing is that if holly missed that wide open net you people would crucify jagr for passing it and not taking the shot himself instead of bashing your golden boy. he has 1 point now he can go dormant for another 50 games before anyone expects something else.

    35. Not sure how Renney gets Dupuis into the lineup tonight. He can’t sit Orr and Hollweg after the games they both had last night, hell Orr was the 2nd star, that, and the last time the Rangers played the Caps Brashear was running around on the Rangers, you can’t not have Orr in, you don’t want Shanahan having to fight Brashear. He’ll have to sit Hollweg or Betts, and not sure how he sits Hollweg after last night.
      I also can’t see him not getting Dupuis into the lineup , Renney wouldn’t want to insult Sather. That last Washington game was too rough, it would be a mistake not to have Orr in again.

    36. #98? Good choice. You’ll fit right in with the rest of the soft Europansies/French Canadians with high numbers.

    37. Geez, some of you Rangers fans out there are so sensitive! It was a joke what Jagr said! I’m sure Orr and Hollweg took no offense to it. Maybe he’s just trying to lighten the mood in the locker room and have a little fun with the guys. Then if he doesn’t do that, everyone turns around and says, “Oh, some captain he is. He distances himself from the team, etc.” Lighten up!

      Excellent win last night. The other day, I made a comment by saying that the Rangers can definitely get in the playoffs based solely on the fact that Lundqvist is a much better goalie than the goalies on the teams we’re chasing. Holmqvist was pulled, Lundqvist got a shutout.

      I’ll say it again: it all starts with this guy. If he keeps giving up 2 or less a game, this team WILL be in the playoffs.

    38. I can’t believe some of you still complain… especially about Jagr’s game… ridiculous. You just hate him, ha? He had a goal, great unselfish assist on Hollweg’s goal and you dare to write he was slow getting back to the bench??? This organization doesn’t need fans like you. Try to cheer about this team, otherwise it doesn’t make sense.
      Another thing – agree with previous posts and I said it before – Malik is way better than Pock. Get real.

    39. Fellow Ranger fans, lets take it easy. The Rangers won one game here and I do understand it was against the Tampa Bay Lighting but the lighting team was due to play a bad game. The lighting team has been hot the past month so they were due for a bad game. I’ll get excited when the rangers can go unbeaten for at least ten games straight and not one. I admit avery has jumped started the shanahan line and it was about time renney tried to find lines that had some sort of chemistry but can we win a bunch of games in a row before talkink about the rangers like they were headed to the stanely cup.

    40. I’m sure nobody thinks about it like that. It’s just small step forward to the Playoffs but important step so that is why everybody are excited, especially we’ve played great game in many ways.

    41. “Soft Euros” i love that lol!!! you do realize its all relative?! 215lbs and from canada makes you a tough guy?? i think i have bigger and stronger women at my gym.

    42. Wild: you must have been looking down at the potato chip bowl when Prucha made one of the best passes of the season (the one that sprung Orts on his breakaway).

    43. “Wild: you must have been looking down at the potato chip bowl when Prucha made one of the best passes of the season (the one that sprung Orts on his breakaway).”

      it was a wide open pass…there was no one around to block the pass. whats so great about it?

    44. Fun win last night everyone with the exception of the Raccon played pretty well, and don’t discount Lundqvist who made big saves when the game was in doubt. Of coarse if they lose tonight it will be same old Rangers and bye bye good feelings.

    45. Did anyone else almost puke when Sam the Shill told us late what a solid game Ward had last night? Did he watch the first period? Three horrendous misplays, one right after the other. First, backing in to the fricking crease on a no-speed, even-strength Tampa rush that allowed a scoring chance. Next, a backhand clearing pass up the middle of the ice that never even had a chance of connecting, and which Lecavalier almost turned into a goal. And third, another chip through the middle of the ice at the near boards that resulted in a turnover which only Hollweg’s backcheck prevented disaster on.

      Aaron Ward is the definition of the guy who wins his Cup and comes to NY to retire, basking in the glow of the past as the present whizzes by.

    46. Tampa was due for a bad game? I don’t buy that. We outplayed them the entire game (minus the first couple of minutes or so). Their bad game was due to our great game.

      Hopefully Renney keeps these lines so we can get some sort of streak going. Lundqvist definitely needs to be riden the rest of the way, maybe letting Weekes play two or three games somewhere down the stretch. And about Prucha’s pass, it was definitely a great pass. It wasn’t wide open, it was right under the stick of the defenseman covering Ortmeyer.

    47. midget

      You don’t know what you’re talking about — a pass from the defensive side of the ice to spring a linemate to a breakaway requires vision, timing, smarts and skill.

      If it didn’t, you’d see such plays twenty times a game.

    48. Haywood Jablowme on

      “Fun win last night everyone with the exception of the Raccon played pretty well”

      Don’t forget Malik. He was his usually stiffy, mopy totem pole self.

    49. It’s funny Jagr is noted for being one of the strongest players in the league but yet people here complain that he’s fat. It’s unbelievable.

    50. Prucha –

      First of all the pass from Prucha to Orts was a gem of a pass… a feather pass on the rush, just inside the blue line lands right on Orties blade… a treat to watch.

      Prucha brings speed, grit and excitement and should be there (in the lineup) every night.

      Take a breath – Avery seems to have brought some real life to this team. The Rangers have overnight turned into a much tougher team now with Orr, Hollweg, Avery, Shanny, Ward, Orts the Rangers have a bit more grit to their game.

      Hossa is gaining confidence and Tyutin had a whale of a gamae as did The King.

      Now the secret is putting a streak together, starting tonight. These games mean nothing if you can’t build on them.

    51. Somewhere on that first class flight between Florida and New York, Sean Avery figured out how to play hockey with a team. he was NEVER this unselfish in Los Angeles, no matter who his linemates were.
      I will say one thing, everyone here better hope that his shouting at sarich and taking shots at Roy from the bench isnt a precursor to an Avery blow up.

    52. BTW here’s the whole Jagr quote from the Associated Press:
      “It would have been selfish if I didn’t pass the puck,” Jagr said. “It is good for everybody. I would have compared it to when a big fat guy scores a touchdown in football. Everyone loves it. I want to see it, too. I want to see a big guy dancing.”

    53. So, nobody agrees with me that Nylander was lost last night and Straka would be better for that line and that Dupuis should come in for Hossa??

    54. Hossa played well last night. I think he’s fine where he is. I would never put Dupuis in his first game on the top line with Jagr. Nylander was fine, he had an assist as well. They won 5-0 last night. Why ruin what worked last night?

    55. czechthemout!!!!! on

      mental midget-do you know any thing about hockey?that pass was a first rate pass that non of our 4 remaing fourth liners couls ever complete ever.betts needs to go sit for a game or two.he seems to be a little tired.also prucha played a lively game he did fan on a shot but he also was robbed on the power play on one play.

    56. Fruity Cupcake on

      My nickname for Marcel Hossa has been “NO-Sah” since the start of the season, but I have to admit, now’s not the time to bench him to play Dupuis. He’s getting his confidence, he’s playing well and has chipped in point-wise. Who wants to drive him to the airport, because he’s looking tradeable!

      Can we get off Jagr’s back? It’s bad enough he’s carrying this team. Good gawd fellas, would you rather have him pouting?!?

    57. “mental midget-do you know any thing about hockey?that pass was a first rate pass that non of our 4 remaing fourth liners couls ever complete ever.betts needs to go sit for a game or two.he seems to be a little tired.also prucha played a lively game he did fan on a shot but he also was robbed on the power play on one play.”

      i do know hockey. you dont. the fact that the other scrubs couldnt do it doesnt mean much….thats like saying i can add but a retard cant. your comparing someone that everyone thought was a perrenial 60+ pt guy to people that wouldnt start on any other team. one decent pass that any of our top 6 could have made doesnt make it spectacular. and it doesnt change how brutal prucha has been. the sun shines on a dogs ass as well on occasion.

    58. assuming no suspensions or injuries from last night I think they should go with the same lineup for tonights game. Dupuis can play in the next game.

    59. “It’s funny Jagr is noted for being one of the strongest players in the league but yet people here complain that he’s fat. It’s unbelievable.”

      LMAO Jagr strongest player? LMFAO

    60. there are some real mental midgets spouting. one of them said, “Can we get off Jagr’s back? It’s bad enough he’s carrying this team.”

      bwahahahahahahaha !!

      that is rich. he’s carrying??? the team. that is the biggest laugh of the season.

      he’s carrying his check to the bank, 45th in goals, behind such luminaries as Chris Clark.

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