I have no idea what the byfuglien happened tonight, either in the Rangers-Wild game or at this blog!
I was at a football game, and when the game was over and I got to my laptop to write my story—poof—tonight’s post and all your comments were gone.
I still don’t know what happened in the game, and I don’t really care at the moment. But I am desperately trying to find an answer to What In Holy Hell happened to the game thread.
If you guys can shed any light on when it all disappeared, time of day, time of game, roughly how many comments were up. Whatever. It might help the investigation.
POST-GAME NOTES AND QUOTES, FROM THE RANGERS:
October 30, 2009 – New York Rangers 2, Minnesota Wild 3 (Game #14, Road #7)
- The Blueshirts were defeated by the Minnesota Wild, 3-2, tonight at Xcel Energy Center to fall to 8-5-1 overall, including a 3-3-1 mark on the road.
- Dane Byers, recalled from Hartford (AHL) earlier today, tallied his first career NHL goal at 5:33 of the second period; he finished the contest with three shots and a plus-one rating in 9:33 of icetime.
- Five Rangers players have notched their first career NHL goal this season, the most in a single season since 2005-06 (Dominic Moore, Petr Prucha, Ryan Hollweg, Maxim Kondratiev, Jarkko Immonen).
- Rangers defenseman Marc Staal recorded his second goal of the season early in the third period and logged 20:52 of icetime.
- Wade Redden registered an assist on Dane Byers’ second period goal and logged 15:25 of icetime.
- Artem Anisimov collected one assist and tied for the game-high with a plus-two rating.
- Vinny Prospal tallied his 13th assist of the season on Marc Staal’s third period goal, and he has now registered five assists in the last five games.
- Rookie defenseman Michael Del Zotto led all skaters with 24:01 of icetime, and delivered a team-high five hits.
- The Blueshirts practice schedule for tomorrow, October 31, is 12:00 p.m. at the MSG Training Center.
- The Rangers return to action on Sunday, November 1, when they will face-off against the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden (1:00 p.m.), in an Original Six matinee matchup; the game will be televised live on MSG Network and can be heard on 970 The Apple.