Bruins-Rangers tonight


Coming off a pair of rousing back-to-back victories, and having won three in a row — two of those at home! — the Rangers play Boston tonight. The B’s are struggling a bit.

The Rangers debut their Heritage jerseys, which were officially unveiled Friday. I’m headed to MSG later on, barring an unexpected change in plans. So we’ll do the whole shabang tonight.

Don’t forget, the last time the Rangers played the Bruins, a 3-2 victory,  it got pretty nasty. Wondering if Derek Boogaard’s bad hand will allow him to be involved.

Here are tonight’s pre-game notes from the Rangers. Click “more” to read more.

Wednesday, Nov. 17, 7:00 p.m.
Madison Square Garden • New York, NY
Rangers: 10-7-1 (21 pts)
Bruins: 9-5-1 (19 pts)
* All information through NHL games on Nov. 15

The Rangers will face-off against the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden (7:00 p.m.), in an Original Six match-up. The Blueshirts currently rank second in the Atlantic Division standings, and fourth in the Eastern Conference, with a record of 10-7-1 (21 pts). The Rangers enter the contest having defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins, 3-2, in overtime on Monday at the CONSOL Energy Center to extend their winning streak to three games, including two overtime victories during the stretch. The Bruins enter the contest with a 9-5-1 (19 pts) record to rank sixth in the Eastern Conference, and have lost four of their last six games (2-3-1). The Blueshirts will wear their new heritage jersey, unveiled on Friday to celebrate the franchise’s 85th anniversary, for the first time during the contest. Following the game, the Rangers will face-off against the Colorado Avalanche on Friday, Nov. 19, at the Pepsi Center (9:00 p.m.), in the first game of a back-to-back road set against Northwest Division opponents.


  • TV: MSG Network
    6:30 p.m. – Rangers Pre-Game Show with Al Trautwig
    7:00 p.m. – Rangers vs. Bruins
    Broadcasters: Sam Rosen (Play-By-Play), Joe Micheletti (Analyst), John Giannone (In-Game Reporter)
  • Radio: 1050 ESPN Radio
    6:30 p.m. – Rangers Pre-Game with Don LaGreca
    7:00 p.m. – Rangers vs. Bruins
    Broadcasters: Kenny Albert (Play-By-Play), Dave Maloney (Analyst)


  • All-Time: The Rangers are 242-280-97-2 all-time against the Bruins: 140-117-55-0 at home and 102-163-42-2 on the road
  • 2010-11: This is the second of four meetings between the Rangers and Bruins this season, and the first of two meetings at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers own a 1-0-0 record thus far, following a 3-2 victory on Oct. 23 at TD Garden.
  • Last Season: New York was 3-1-0 against Boston in 2009-10, including a 2-0-0 mark at Madison Square Garden. Three of their four meetings were decided by one goal.
  • New York ranks 18th in the NHL at home with a record of 4-5-1 (9 pts) in 10 games; Boston has posted a record of 6-1-0 (12 pts) on the road to rank second in the league
  • The Rangers have posted a record of 5-0-1 vs. Northeast Division opponents; the Bruins are 3-1-0 vs. the Atlantic Division
  • Henrik Lundqvist is 1-0-0 with a 2.00 goals against average and .946 save percentage in one contest vs. Boston this season, and is now 14-4-2 with a 1.42 goals against average and four shutouts in 20 career regular season appearances against the Bruins
  • The Rangers have eight different players with one point vs. Boston this season, including Artem Anisimov, Alex Frolov and Marc Staal, who have each tallied one goal in their only meeting against the Bruins; Anisimov’s goal was a power play tally, while Staal notched the game winner
  • Erik Christensen has recorded eight assists and 13 points in 15 career regular season contests vs. Boston; Sean Avery has registered nine assists and 12 points in 17 career regular season games vs. the Bruins
  • New York lists no former Bruins on their roster
  • Boston lists two former Rangers on their roster: Marc Savard (1997-98 – 1998-99); Trent Whitfield (2001-02)


  • Power Play: The Rangers were not awarded a power play opportunity in Monday’s 3-2 overtime win at Pittsburgh, marking the first time since Jan. 16, 2007 at New Jersey (L, 0-1) the Blueshirts were not given a power play attempt in a game. New York ranks 18th in the NHL with a 15.4% (10-65) success rate, and ranks 26th at home with a 12.2% (5-41) success rate. The Rangers did not convert on one, five-on-three chance (0:39) on Thursday vs. the Sabres, and are now 0-3 on five-on-three attempts (2:47). New York is 0-1 (1:05) with a four-on-three advantage this season. Shorthanded goals allowed (0).
  • Penalty Killing: The Blueshirts held the Penguins scoreless in six shorthanded situations (12:00) and tallied one shorthanded goal on Monday at Pittsburgh, and are now 20-21 (95.2%) over the last six games. New York ranks 21st in the NHL with a 81.1% (60-74) success rate, and are 26th in the league at home with a 78.4% (29-37) success rate. The Rangers held the Maple Leafs scoreless in one, three-on-five situation (0:31) on Oct. 30 at Toronto, and are 4-6 on three-on-fives (5:08) this season. The Blueshirts held the Penguins scoreless in one, three-on-four situation on Monday at Pittsburgh, and are now 4-6 (2:41) in those situations this season. Shorthanded goals for (3): 10/9 at BUF (Dubinsky); 11/5 at NJD (Dubinsky); 11/15 at PIT (Staal).
  • Four-on-Four: New York tallied one goal in four, four-on-four situations (9:31) in Monday’s 3-2 overtime win at Pittsburgh, and are now plus-two in 18, four-on-four situations (24:52) this season. Four-on-four goals for (3): 10/18 vs. COL (Frolov); 11/11 vs. BUF (Anisimov); 11/15 at PIT (Callahan). Four-on-four goals allowed (1): 10/15 vs. TOR (Kessel).

The Rangers completed their fourth of 18 back-to-back sets with a 3-2 overtime win on Monday at Pittsburgh, improving to 4-0-0 in the second game of back-to-backs this season and 3-0-0 when the second game is on the road. Over the last two seasons, New York is 13-2-2 in the back-end of back-to-back sets, including 8-1-1 away from MSG over the span, having posted a record of 9-2-2 overall and 5-1-1 on the road last season.

New York has posted a record of 42-20-12 (96 pts) against Original Six opponents since the 2005-06 season, including a 15-4-2 mark vs. Boston over the span. The Rangers’ .649 winning percentage ranks second, trailing Detroit (.721%, 35-12-5) and ahead of Montreal (.623%, 58-33-11), Boston (.519%, 46-42-15), Toronto (.519%, 45-41-18), and Chicago (.438%, 21-28-7).

The Rangers have posted a record of 5-0-1 (11 pts) in six games vs. Northeast Division opponents this season, having out-scored their opponent, 19-12, in those contests. The Blueshirts are now 16-6-4 (36 pts) vs. the Northeast Division since the start of 2009-10, after posting an 11-6-3 (25 pts) mark against the Northeast Division in 20 games last season.

The Rangers have had seven different players credited with at least one game winning goal this season, which is tied for fifth most in the league. Washington has nine different players with at least one game winning goal, while Detroit, Los Angeles and Montreal each have eight different players with a game winner. Anaheim, Boston, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Vancouver are tied with New York entering tonight’s action.

The Blueshirts currently lead the NHL with 326 blocked shots on the season, averaging a league-high, 18.1 blocked shots per contest. Dan Girardi ranks first in the NHL with 57 blocked shots, and Ryan Callahan leads all NHL forwards with 28 blocked shots.

The Rangers currently rank second in the NHL with 524 hits on the season, and lead the league with an average of 29.1 hits per contest. Ryan Callahan leads the team and is tied for first in the NHL with 71 hits.


  • The Rangers’ penalty kill has yielded just one goal in their last six games, registering a 95.2% success rate (20-21) over the span
  • Henrik Lundqvist is 6-3-0 in his last nine starts, registering a 2.12 goals against average, .926 save percentage and two shutouts over the span
  • Ryan Callahan has registered 14 points (five goals, nine assists) in his last 13 games
  • Brandon Dubinsky has tallied 13 points (seven goals, six assists) in the last 13 games
  • Ruslan Fedotenko enters the contest with a three-game scoring streak (two goals, three assists over the span)
  • Dan Girardi has recorded four assists in the last six games
  • Artem Anisimov has registered seven points (three goals, four assists) in the last eight games
  • Brian Boyle has tallied four goals in the last six games
  • Erik Christensen has registered four points (one goal, three assists) in the last two games
  • Matt Gilroy has recorded an assist in each of the last two games (two assists)
  • Martin Biron has held opponents to two or fewer goals in each of his last three starts, posting a record of 2-1-0 with a 1.67 goals against average and .932 save percentage during the stretch

Based on opening day rosters, the Rangers have the ninth youngest team in the NHL with an average age of 27 years and 44 days, and the second youngest defensive corp in the league, trailing only Los Angeles with an average age of 25 years and 51 days.


  • John Tortorella: 1 win from 300 NHL career
  • Michael Del Zotto: 2 games from 100 NHL career
  • Dan Girardi: 2 games from 300 NHL career


  • Artem Anisimov: 100th career NHL game (11/14 vs. EDM)


  • Vinny Prospal (IR on Sept. 24/knee surgery on Oct. 18, 6-8 weeks) – 18
  • Chris Drury (IR – fractured finger on Oct. 15, 6 weeks) – 15
  • Michal Rozsival (shoulder strain, 7-10 days) – 3
  • Derek Boogaard (injured hand) – 1

Total Man-Games Lost: 55


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  1. Avery would be perfect for the All Star game. they use 5 lines in those games, and really soon Avery is going to be a 5th liner on the Rangers.

  2. Bulldog

    Its a shame whats happening to Aves. I am all for the youts and Prust and Feds are playing well,BUT here is a guy who shows grit to the puck and comes up with some really great passing, not to mention the Aves being Aves factor. If Frolov doesnt start to shine I say put Aves on the first line with Gabby and Stephan and see where it goes

  3. This has got to be the longest time a player has been out with a bwoken finger. Messier would have bit his off and chewed it like Drury chews his mouthpiece.

  4. Linda CalPrustBoylahan on

    Happy Game Day Morning ‘Heads!!! BANJ, thanks for getting my day started with a laugh, that is so funny AND true!!

  5. Avery has done nothing to warrant being on the first line. with he and Prust playing the same role there is no need for the both of them. anyone who has been watching the Rangers can see that Prust has outplayed Avery the whole season. and Torts sees this as well, being that Prust’s ice time is increasing, and Avery’s is decreasing.

  6. Pucktenko, formerly The Puck Drops Here on

    Carp, when you are at MSG tonight, tell SOMEBODY that the radio 970 The Apple Hoovers. BIG TIME. I like to listen to Maloney but I cannot get 970. I live in lower Westchester. What’s the deal? Way too many games on The Apple already this season. The World’s Most Famous Arena broadcasts of games on this two-bit station is pitiful. Tonight is on ESPN so that’s cool but those other games on 970 are so bad I cannot listen to them. Tell them you’ll only guest between periods if the game is on 1050. That will get their attention! Boneheads deserve better.

  7. pucktenko, last time there was a game that was supposed to be on 970 i was able to pick it up on 1050 also, perhaps im wrong but i think they broadcast to both frequencies

  8. I dunno Doodie. I think we’ve all tried to black those memories of the early 00’s out of our memories. He sounds like a lacrosse player though.

  9. Hm, I’m waiting for CR’s response that he was a fringe NHLer with the Rangers but is hailed as some hockey hero because he plays in Boston. It’s that or he makes peanuts in terms of cap hit and the Bruins are a cap stretched team.

  10. Happy game day Boneheads!

    Looking forward to a great game tonight in our new sweaters. Should be a physical battle.

    I have a feeling Boychuk is looking to settle the score with Dubi. He may be back tonight, after missing the last 3 weeks with a broken forearm (caused by a Dubi slash).

    Hopefully we’ll get a Thomas-Lundqvist match up…

    Taking my Dad tonight. I’m taking him out to dinner before the game. There probably isn’t a better way to celebrate Heritage night than taking my Dad who took me to my first Rangers game over 20 years ago.

  11. Blue Seat Horror on

    Don’t know why the Devils are on 660 WFAN and not the Rangers. For Messier’s sake, we have to put up with Boomer and Carton in 60 taking the place of Rangers in 60 all the time.

    Why not force WFAN to put the Rangers on for having to air that garbage. If not, put Boomer and Carton on MSG Plus and let the Devil and Islander fans suffer through it, since WFAN loves the Devils so much.

    Don’t know how accurate this is, but also lists the game as being on MSG. Don’t know how they wrested exclusivity away from Versus.

  12. Joekuh - EC Fan Club President on

    :( I’m gonna be at work till 7, the 7:30 start would’ve been perfect. Ah well. LGR!!!

  13. Jay Riemenschneider on

    Thanks to Doosh Network I won’t get an MSG broadcast—let alone an MSG HD broadcast. That’s good though becuase it means I might get Emrick doing play by play—he’s just the bestest evar!

  14. CTBlueshirt says:
    November 17, 2010 at 9:16 am
    I dunno Doodie. I think we’ve all tried to black those memories of the early 00’s out of our memories. He sounds like a lacrosse player though.

    HILARIOUS…. and accurate.

    GO RANGERS… Would love to see Staal drop one in the net again.

  15. Good morning all! Mama bear is out of yesterday’s hibernation :) Happy game day and LGR!!!!!

    (bull dog….grrrrrrrr)

  16. Hey Carp, I know it is not, but I live in Florida. It is not available on Center Ice, so I am stuck watching it on Versus.

  17. it’ll be very interesting to see how Avery’s career will go once his contract with New York expires…

    I like Avery and wouldn’t mind him staying but i think KHL 12/13 season has Avery’s name written all over it.

  18. I highly doubt that Avery would ever play in the KHL. I bet he’d take a full time job at Vogue before playing hockey in the KHL.

  19. btw, i think if you have a Game Center Live subscription (online) you can now watch games through your PS3! I saw it in “what’s new” on my PS3! Not sure about x-sux though.

  20. Avery’s only option might be with the Rangers, but that might be out if Torts is still the coach.

    This seems to be one of those extra Versus games. Is it a feed from one of the local teams or a Versus production?

  21. Anybody hear aboot the 8 year old Jets fan that was tackled in the parking lot by some drunken Browns fan? Also before that, people were throwing food at him, and his parents.

    If I were in charge, I’d give him the death penalty. Drunken fans are always on the top of my sh*t list.

  22. Voting Avery into the All Star game may more embarrassing for Avery then to the NHL. A player playing 5 minutes a game in the All Star game is sort of like voting for the ugly girl for prom queen. funny, but embarrassing.

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  24. CCCP,
    he is not even the best agitator on his own team.
    I miss saying ELITE, are we starting that again?
    Gaborik is ELITE, Hank is not ELITE yet.

  25. no no… not starting anything…just having a conversation

    so if Avery is not even the best agitator on his own team…then who is? Prust?

  26. Bulldog, I think Prust and Avery are very different types of players. They both have roles on the team…

    In terms of toughness and grit, Prust has the edge. In terms of being a pest and agitating opponents, Avery is better at that. Cleary, Prust is a better fighter…

    In terms of passing and skating, Avery is much better.

    They both play well along the wall but I think Avery is better behind the goal line then he gets credit for.

    I just don’t think it is fair to compare those 2. I think Prust to Boogey is a better comparison…

  27. comparing Prust to Boogard is insulting to Prust. Prust has obviously become a much better player that Avery, not more talented, but a better player. Prust agitates in a different way that Avery. it is more with the way he finishes every check, and is the face of any player with the puck. Avery is a shell of what he used to be. when the Rangers first got him, nobody was better at it then him. those days are long gone.

  28. I agree that Avery is more talented and has to find his game again. He can be a force when he plays that way we know he can. He has been a shell of himself. Where is that deadly wrist shot he used to use? When is going to put a quality shot a goal this season? I’m still waiting…

    Don’t get me wrong, I love Brandon Prust. I just think Avery has more upside offensively in terms of points and can the most annoying guy on the ice to other team when he wants to be…

  29. NYR FAN,
    I think you said it best in your last sentence. “when he wants to be”. to me it seems Avery doesn’t want to be anymore. he goes through the motions most games, shows up once in a while and we say there the Avery we remember, then it is back to weeks with out noticing him again.

  30. bull dog line

    do you go to work and perform at your absolute best every day? i doubt it…

    Avery was great under Renney…

    i guess after a ruptured spleen, anger rehab and one psycho coach later… Avery is a changed man…

  31. Don’t know if it’s been mentioned, but Wade Belak was on some radio station, and said “I wouldn’t piss on Avery if he was on fire. I’m surprised nobody has burned his house down”

    When do we play the Preds? Belak vs Booger will be a dandy.

  32. Apparently Wade Belak just tols a Toronto radio station on the air that if Sean Avery were on fire he wouldn’t pi$$ on him to put him out. in those words. But I’m sure that won’t be penalized at all. Meanwhile if Avery did that he’d be sent to Guantanamo.

  33. Hey Boneheads, finally found a computer but not for long
    Tonight I’m in section 338 row B seats 1-6
    Carp, hoping to finally meet you tonight
    LGR !!!

  34. Avery had his good days and bad days with both torts and Renney. The differance the way I see it is that Torts is less tolerent to the bull carcello. Prust is a hard working forward, who finishes his checks, and skates full out, all game long. Like Bob Gainey, to bad he dosen’t show the smarts and score once in a while like Gainey used to. To his credit though, his hard work and toughness, has been a big part of this teams sucess.

  35. update on Dru…

    NYP_Brooksie: Chris Drury, out since Oct. 15 with second break of left index finger, has started skating on his own. ETA likely another 2-3 weeks

  36. wicky© (BOYLE=teammate...EC=not so much!) on

    I agree with orr, I thought he was best on the jagr/dubi line. I do remember him playing well with gomer/shanny. I remember when one of the canadiens boarded gomer and aves went right after the guy, gotta love that attitude.

  37. I think Avery is really effective when he gets it going down low. He can be tough along the boards, and sets up some nice chances. Sometimes they don’t get the cycle established and he becomes a non factor, unless he pulls some crazy stuff, then it can go either way. Lately he has been taking shots from the outside a lot. Wrist shots mostly, not likely to score on them, but the odd one goes in, and sometimes there’s a rebound.

  38. >>…if Sean Avery were on fire he wouldn’t pi$$ on him to put him out.

    Hmm, if I were on fire, I don’t think I’d want another guy to urinate on me. Let me burn, please! Now, a woman is a different story entirely.

  39. wicky© (BOYLE=teammate...EC=not so much!) on

    I think avery is also more effective when he is ON THE ICE. To play his game, he needs ice time to get under opponents skin. You know double digit minutes per game.

  40. Well, don’t you think the NHL needs to take a careful look at what Belak said? That doesn’t add to hockey’s popularity by any stretch. I’m sure Boogaard will get a good “look” at it when they play against the Preds, but I think after Campbell debacle the last thing NHL needs is to hear those type of words on radio.

  41. Tiki, I can’t e mail here. Please e mail her for me & tell her where I’m sitting, Thanks

  42. If Avery can get suspended for saying “sloppy seconds”, then what can Belak get for basically saying that he would allow a guy to die, because he doesn’t like how he plays hockey?

    If Avery made those comments, he would get stoned.

  43. i’m dying here at work. just want the day to be over so i can collapse on my couch. the game better be entertaining or i’ll fall asleep in the middle of it.

    dubi vs thornton (for payback on boychuk)?

  44. Ack Tony! I wasn’t going to head to city unless we or other heads were gonna meet….if you get this, post here and let me know your plans……if it doesn’t work, I’ll be sad, but next time perhaps :)

  45. I think Subban is a little over rated. I also think Richards has no room to talk about respect after his cheap shot on booth. But if it Subban was a cocky white kid ( like Crosby) wonder if his trash talking would be an issue.

  46. MickeyM- I hope not. Dubi isn’t in Thorton’s class. Besides, that would be a horrible trade off for 5 min.

  47. The Montreal hype has definitely gotten to Subban’s head. I didn’t like him the moment I heard him speak; he had not even played a single match yet. As Tortorella would say, he has the bad type of arrogance.

  48. Orr…I brought up the Belak thing in last night’s thread. He’s a punk and he can’t even diss Avery without making himself look like a dope…I blame the Candaian Press for the attention this thing is getting….

    Carp said its the “over-the-line” stuff that he says that gets Avery in trouble. But I tend to agree with you that there is a a double standard and Avery will never get the benefit of the doubt…Basically, he can’t do anything right since he is Sean Avery…

    BTW – Boogey is going re-arrange Belak’s face for saying that…so it may be a blessing in disguise…lol

  49. I don’t think it sounded racist. I found it humorous that the captain of the Flyers, one of the most disrespectful teams in the league is calling out someone else for a lack of respect.

    As for Subban, he’s in Montreal. A fanbase that thinks so many of their players are better than they really are. Just wait until Subban messes up, they’re going to turn on him like they did to Carey Price for the past 2 years.

  50. let’s see…

    wishing for someone to burn alive along with his possessions vs. stop screwing my ex-girlfriends comment… of course… girlfriend trash talk is a lot worse! fuggin’ bull-cooke!

  51. Doodie Machetto on

    “Richards’ game reminds me of Messier…just with cheap shots”

    You’re kidding right? Messier was an expert of throwing the elbow.

  52. Subban is incapable of messing up ! he is a future norris trophy winner

    Speaking of Avery check out the “Sean Avery KO’s Ladislav Smid : Afterwards In Dressing Room Erik Christensen Pulls a Fredo” Video


    did Messier get a penalty on that Modano hit?

  54. PK Subban is a legend in Montreal. It is unfathomable that he isn’t already in the Hall of Fame…

  55. Doodie Machetto on

    Miked, no doubt, but it was in response to Richards’ game being compared to Messier’s, just with cheap shots. The cheap shot was a big part of Messier’s game. That’s part of what made him so fearsome.

  56. Blue Seat Horror on

    I have to rank strangling Jason Blake as one of the top Messier moments for me.

    As for the elbowing montage, I love the head shake at the end. Avery definitely picked that up off him.

  57. Most of the stuff that this redneck Don Cherry says has a hint of racism. This time, admittedly, I didn’t sense it.

  58. Blue Seat Horror on

    I’m pretty sure Callahan injured himself last time he tried to check Chara. I think taking down Chara with a check is one of his goals in life.

  59. Callahan on Chara reminds me of Jeff Van Gundy holding onto Alonzo Mourning’s leg in the Knicks-Heat brawl.

  60. OFF TOPIC:

    I have been battling my school since the beginning of summer over unfair grade that i received in one of my classes during Spring semester. I just received an email saying that my appeal was granted and the grade was changed! My career in nursing depended on this grade! The best news all year!

    Just wanted to share! Thank you!

  61. Congrats C3!!! You coat check’d em!

    wtb is with all the negative aves stuff here today. good grief.

  62. CCCP, my advice to you is to start drinking heavily. You better listen to me, I roomed with a pre-med major in college (nevermind that he graduated with a degree in the sculptured arts).

  63. Good news, CCCP! You tell them!

    Laurel, can you slow down on that newly created page? My email is exploding, lol. But I’m glad we have it now. will start posting as soon as I get a chance.

  64. Whenever he gets accepted to the program that sends all their RNs to Hollywood plastic surgeon offices that specialize in “enhancements”.

  65. trade no big names but a deal

    calgary gets anton babchuk and tom kostoupolous

    carolina gets ian white and brett sutter(got arrested a week ago)

  66. Thats right Laurel! I coat-checked the cooke out of them!


    semester after next… i forgot to take some bull-cooke nutrition class and now i cant start my clinical without it! Will have to spend entire semester just one this one class!


    you’re right! i should buy a lottery ticket! Feeling lucky!


    drinking heavily isn’t a problem! Hopefully i won’t end up with degree in the sculptured arts!

  67. Laurel

    cooke and carcillo both share the privilege! And i kind of like saying ‘cooke’ as carcillo esp. after the game in Cindyville.

  68. For those who expressed their concern about John Amirante, he’s here and warming up in the arena right now, so he will do the anthem tonight. I spoke with him very briefly earlier. He said, “Hi, John,” as usual.

  69. My two cents…..after Amirante they should just use a tape of him singing the anthem and not replace him. I mean, really.

  70. Haha! He called you John?

    I agree aboot the recording. I get sick to my stomach when I hear anyone else do the anthem. Unless they bring in some babes to do it, then I think I could live with that. As long as they don’t screw it up!

  71. Ill repeat this several times:

    For those that dont want emails sent to them for posts in the pet group, go to “Edit Settings” in the top right hand corner of the page, and uncheck “Email Notifications To: Your email address”

    Or you can change the settings to receive emails when you want to receive to them.

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