Post-game notes


from the Rangers:

November 27, 2010 – New York Rangers 2, Nashville Predators 1 SO (Game No. 25, Away No. 13)

* The Rangers defeated the Nashville Predators, 2-1, in the shootout tonight at Bridgestone Arena to improve to 14-10-1 overall, including a 9-4-0 mark on the road.  New York has now won four of their last five games.  Tonight’s contest marks the first time this season the Blueshirts participated in a shootout.
* Henrik Lundqvist made 29 saves through regulation and overtime, and stopped all three shots he faced in the shootout to improve to 9-8-1 overall with a 7-4-0 mark on the road.  Lundqvist has now posted a career record of 31-21 with a .753 save percentage in the shootout.
* The Rangers are now 6-0-0 in the second game of back-to-backs this season having out-scored their opponent, 18-6, and are 5-0-0 when the second game is on the road. Over the last two seasons, New York is 15-2-2 in the back-end of back-to-back sets, including a 10-1- 1 mark away from MSG over the span.
* Ryan Callahan notched the game-tying goal with 6:56 remaining in the third period, and was credited with three blocked shots in 23:09 of ice time.  Callahan has now tallied two goals in as many nights, having registered a power play goal in last night’s 3-0 win at Florida.
* Erik Christensen recorded the game-deciding goal in the first round of the shootout, and has now registered 19 goals in 36 career shootout attempts (52.8%) with nine game-deciding goals.  His nine game-deciders are now tied for sixth most in the NHL all-time, and his 52.8 shooting percentage ranks ninth in the league all-time.
* Michael Del Zotto registered the primary assist on Callahan’s game-tying goal and was credited with three blocked shots in 18:31 of ice time.  Del Zotto has now recorded three points (one goal, two assists) in the last five games.
* Brandon Dubinsky tallied one assist and led all forwards with 25:44 of ice time.  He leads the team and is tied for 13th in the NHL in road points, having registered 12 of his 20 points this year away from MSG.
* The Rangers held the Predators scoreless in three power play opportunities (6:00), and have now registered a 91.1% success rate (41-45) in their last 13 games.
* Dan Girardi led all skaters with five blocked shots in the contest, and Sean Avery and Brandon Prust tied for the game-high with four hits apiece.  Marc Staal logged a team-high, 27:47 of ice time.
* After an off-day tomorrow, the Rangers will return home to face-off against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday, Nov. 29, at Madison Square Garden (7:00 p.m.), in their fourth game in six nights.  The game will be televised on MSG Network and can be heard on 1050 ESPN Radio.

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  1. Linda CalPrustBoylahan on


  2. Linda CalPrustBoylahan on

    wow, talk about a game they had no right to win!! i pissed off about 10 guys sitting behind me, thank God my man is a bodybuilder!!! WOOOOOOOOOOO

    a Prust fight and a Cally goal, 2 outta 3 aint bad!!
    Epik Christenfail, lmfao
    I yelled out boneheads after Cally scored!!

    Met Mickey and hung out with her and her friend for a bit after the game. HILARIOUS! Added to the surprising outcome of the game. Shea Weber is a beast. The TooToo train is frakkin annoying beyond all measure, and the guy is a showboat.

    Hank was pretty solid tonight. I usually don’t scream for him, but on the 3rd Preds shooter, I’m screaming at the top of my lungs HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANK! He saves it, me and the man stand up, I do my victory jig and scream like some psychotic lunatic!!! Look at the man and say, they had NO bizniz winning this game! LMAO VICTORY IS OURS!!!

  3. Linda CalPrustBoylahan on

    NYR, the arena is great, i love it. 17,113 in attendance, and there was a Lets Go Rangers chant went up a few times!!!

    ok, i’ll catch you guys tomorrow!!!!

  4. Who wants to start an over/ under for how many PP’s pens get on Monday?

    I say 6 and I’ll go with under as rangers will be cautious and boogaard probably won’t play. Rangers will get 2 PP’s and score on both.

    Rangers win 3-2.

    Book it.

  5. We deserved to win that game. And we probably should have won the game along the lines of 4-2. If our guys had better ability to finish. And no Gabby tonight either. Thanks Henrik!

    Glad the Rangers won for the 2 ladies of Lohud!

  6. What drove me nuts was the consistency with which almost the entire team continued passing or handing over the puck to these people. One after another, they’d collect the puck and then hand it over. It was maddening to watch. Yes, they were saved by LQ and by
    Callahan,,with a small helping from EC. (and for all who hate him)…isn’t it better to have him with the team, than against the team? He ain’t champagne..but he ain’t back alley rum either.)

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