The Rangers play Washington tomorrow … the only game in six days, and the third in what will be a 13-day stretch. Just awful. Then, as we mentioned earlier, the Rangers get busy, with five games in eight days, and six in 10.
Hope to go to the game Tuesday or some practices this week. No idea yet if that will happen.
If you’re in the city Tuesday,Theo Fleury will be at Borders at 2 Penn Plaza at 6 p.m. to sign his book, Playing With Fire. I imagine you’d have to buy the book to get his autograph.
I was watching Seinfeld after that incredible Colts-Patriots game (don’t know if you saw it, but Bill Belichick coached like John Muckler at the end of the game).
Anyway, the Seinfeld was the Face Painter episode, and a couple of things bugged me about the hockey scenes.
1) Kramer tells Puddy, “There are still three games left in the series.” Well, there is never a situation in a playoff series when you know there are three games left. I mean there are times when there are at least three left, but you never know there will be exactly three to go.
2) They’re at the game at Madison Square Garden and Stephane Richer scores and the siren sounds. When would that ever happen for a visiting-team goal?
3) Kramer twice says the word hockey “Haw-ckey.”
I know. Get a life.
See youse later Monday.