Rangers at Atlanta tonight


You won’t have Doc Emrick to kick around for this one. Feel free to rip on Joe Micheletti, though. Anyone else still miss JD?

Tonight’s pregame notes, courtesy of the Rangers:

Friday, Feb. 11, 7:30 p.m.
Philips Arena • Atlanta, GA
Rangers: 29-23-4 (62 pts)
Thrashers: 24-22-10 (58 pts)
* All information through NHL games on Feb. 9

The Rangers will conclude a three-game road trip when they face-off against the Atlanta Thrashers tonight at Philips Arena (7:30 p.m.). The Blueshirts currently rank third in the Atlantic Division standings, and seventh in the Eastern Conference, with a record of 29-23-4 (62 pts). The Rangers enter tonight’s contest having been defeated by the Detroit Red Wings, 3-2, on Monday at Joe Louis Arena. Fourteen of the Blueshirts’ last 18 games have been decided by one goal (6-6-2 in those games), including seven of their last 10 road games (4-2-1 in those games). The Thrashers enter the contest with a 24-22-10 (58 pts) record to rank ninth in the Eastern Conference, and have lost 11 of their last 13 games (2-7-4). Following tonight’s contest, the Rangers will face off against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday at Madison Square Garden (3 p.m.) in an Atlantic Division matchup.

• TV: MSG 2
7:00 p.m. – Rangers Pre-Game Show with Bill Pidto and Ron Duguay
7:30 p.m. – Rangers at Thrashers
Broadcasters: Sam Rosen (Play-By-Play), Joe Micheletti (Analyst)
• Radio: 970 The Apple and newyorkrangers.com
7:00 p.m. – Rangers Pre-Game Show
7:30 p.m. – Rangers at Thrashers
Broadcasters: Don LaGreca (Play-By-Play), Dave Maloney (Analyst)
• All-Time: 19-13-1-9 overall (7-8-1-5 at home, 12-5-0-4 on the road)
• 2010-11: Tonight marks the third of four meetings this season, and second of two at Philips Arena. New York is 1-1-0 thus far, following a 3-2 shootout victory at Atlanta on Jan. 22.
• Last Season: New York was 1-1-2 overall, with a 1-0-1 mark at Atlanta. Two of their four meetings were decided in the shootout.
• Six of the last nine meetings between the Rangers and Thrashers have required overtime, and five of their last eight have ended in the shootout
• New York ranks sixth with a 17-11-1 (35 pts) record on the road; Atlanta ranks 21st with a 12-11-5 (29 pts) mark at home
• New York is 5-7-2 vs. the Southeast Division; Atlanta is 4-6-1 vs. the Atlantic Division
• Henrik Lundqvist is 7-3-6 with a 2.14 goals against average and one shutout in 17 career regular season appearances vs. Atlanta; Martin Biron is 6-11-0-0 with a 3.31 goals against average and three shutouts in 18 career regular season contests vs. Atlanta
• Vinny Prospal has registered a team-high, 21 goals, 36 assists and 57 points in 52 career regular season contests vs. Atlanta; his 57 points against Atlanta is a career-high
• New York lists one former Thrasher on their roster: Erik Christensen (2007-08 – 2008-09)
• Atlanta lists one former Ranger on their roster: Nik Antropov (2008-09)
The Blueshirts have posted a plus-seven rating on special teams (PPG+SHG minus PPGA+SHGA) this season, which ranks fifth in the league.
• Power Play: The Rangers did not tally a goal in five power play opportunities (7:40) on Monday at Detroit. New York ranks 24th overall (31-202, 15.4%) and 23rd on the road (13-98, 13.3%). The Rangers are 2-9 (7:45) in five-on-three situations (last – 2/7 at DET), and 0-2 (2:23) when four-on-three (last – 12/3 vs. NYI). Shorthanded goals allowed (4): 11/20 at MIN (Cullen); 12/5 vs. OTT (Kelly); 1/2 at FLA (Weiss); 1/16 vs. PHI (Richards).
• Penalty Killing: The Blueshirts held the Red Wings scoreless in two shorthanded situations (4:00) on Monday at Detroit, and have allowed only two power play goals against in the last 14 games (36-38, 94.7% over the span). New York ranks seventh overall (155-184, 84.2%) and is tied for ninth on the road (87-105, 82.9%). The Rangers are 7-9 (6:45) in three-on-five situations (last – 2/3 vs. NJD), and 4-6 (2:41) when three-on-four (last – 11/15 at PIT). Shorthanded goals for (9): 10/9 at BUF (Dubinsky); 11/5 at NJD (Dubinsky); 11/15 at PIT (Staal); 11/24 at TBL (Boyle); 11/26 at FLA (Prust); 12/5 vs. OTT (Prust); 12/12 vs. WSH (Staal); 12/16 vs. PHX (Prust); 1/7 at DAL (Fedotenko).
• Four-on-Four: New York did not skate in a four-on-four situation on Monday at Detroit, and are now plus-three in 43, four-on-four situations (87:22). Four-on-four goals for (5): 10/18 vs. COL (Frolov); 11/11 vs. BUF (Anisimov); 11/15 at PIT (Callahan); 12/12 vs. WSH (Callahan); 1/5 vs. CAR (Zuccarello). Four-on-four goals allowed (2): 10/15 vs. TOR (Kessel); 1/1 at TBL (Thompson).
Brandon Dubinsky registered his 40th point of the season with a goal at Detroit on Monday, marking the fourth consecutive season he has reached the 40-point plateau to begin his career. Dubinsky is currently two goals, six assists and four points shy of his career-highs in goals (20, 2009-10), assists (28, 2008-09) and points (44, 2009-10).
The Rangers completed their 14th of 18 back-to-back sets on Jan. 25 vs. Florida. New York is 8-5-1 (2-1-0 at home, 6-4-1 on the road) in the first game of back-to-backs. The Blueshirts are 10-4-0 (4-2-0 at home, 6-2-0 on the road) in the second game this season, having out-scored their opponent, 39-24, in those games. Over the last two seasons, New York is 19-6-2 in the back-end of back-to-back sets, including an 8-3-1 mark at MSG and 11-3-1 on the road over the span. The Rangers’ next back-to-back set is Feb. 17 vs. Los Angeles and Feb. 18 at New Jersey.
New York has posted a record of 7-16-3 when trailing after the second period. The Rangers’ seven wins, 17 points and .269 winning percentage rank first in the NHL. The Blueshirts have out-shot their opponent, 91-26, in the third period of their last seven games.
The Rangers have registered four more wins and five more points compared to last season through 56 games (25-24-7, 55 points in 2009-10), having tallied 12 more goals (155 this season, 143 last season) while allowing 16 fewer goals against (138 this season, 154 last season). New York has also shown a four-goal improvement while shorthanded compared to 2009-10 (nine this season, five last season).
The Rangers lead the league in shorthanded goals (nine) and hits (1,589), are tied for first in road wins (17), ninth in road penalty killing (82.9%), rank seventh in penalty killing (84.2%), eighth in goals against (138), fourth in blocked shots (868), and are tied for seventh with a plus-17 goal differential.
The Blueshirts are tied for ninth in the league with a .556 winning percentage in one-goal games, posting a record of 15-8-4 in those contests. Their 27 one-goal games and 15 wins are tied for fourth in the NHL.
The Rangers have had 17 different players credited with at least one game winning goal this season, which is the most in the NHL.
The Rangers currently lead the NHL with 1,589 hits and rank fourth with 868 blocked shots. Dan Girardi currently leads the league with 143 blocked shots, while Brian Boyle (10th, 161 hits) and Ryan Callahan (21st, 140 hits) rank among the league leaders in hits.
The Rangers have the sixth youngest team in the league with an average age of 26 years and 210 days, and the youngest defensive corp in the league with an average age of 24 years and 328 days. *based on NHL rosters on Jan. 11
• The Rangers penalty kill has allowed only two power play goals against in the last 14 games (36-38, 94.7% over the span)
• New York has out-shot their opponent, 91-26, in the third period of their last seven games
• Mats Zuccarello has recorded nine points (two goals, seven assists) in the last 11 games, including five assists in the last five contests
• Marian Gaborik has recorded 10 points (five goals, five assists) in the last nine games
• Wojtek Wolski has recorded nine points (three goals, six assists) in 13 games as a Ranger, with eight points (two goals, six assists) in the last 10 contests
• Artem Anisimov has registered six points (one goal, five assists) in the last nine games
• Brian Boyle has tallied four points (two goals, two assists) in the last seven contests
The Rangers were represented by Henrik Lundqvist, Marc Staal and Derek Stepan at the 2011 NHL All-Star Weekend in Raleigh, North Carolina on Jan. 30. Lundqvist, who turned aside the first ever penalty shot attempt in an NHL All-Star Game at 6:13 of the third period, faced 14 shots in the third, allowing three goals in the loss for Team Staal. Marc Staal logged 17:01 of ice time for Team Staal while making his first All-Star Game appearance. Stepan participated in the SuperSkills competition as part of Team Lidstrom, breaking all four targets in the Accuracy Shooting event and hitting the crossbar on his Elimination Shootout attempt against Lundqvist.
• Henrik Lundqvist: 2 wins from 200 NHL career
• Marc Staal: 300th career NHL game (2/7 at DET)
• Derek Boogaard (injured shoulder on Dec. 9) – 26
• Alex Frolov (injured knee on Jan. 8, expected to be sidelined for the remainder of the season) – 13
• Ruslan Fedotenko (shoulder separation on Jan. 19/appendectomy on Feb. 2, 3 weeks) – 8
• Chris Drury (injured knee on Feb. 3) – 2
Total Man-Games Lost: 210
• Feb. 3 – Assigned forward Kris Newbury to Connecticut (AHL)

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  1. and can I get a hot tub!

    Although I’d settle for a nice 4-0 win. 2 pp goals by Gaborik. one from Del Zotto on the PP and one from Avery on a break away. between that and the shut out from Lundqvist all our problems would be solved in one game lol

  2. wow even the Islanders beat Montreal. That’s feels worse than the heart burn I get after a pizza covered in hot oil…

  3. @James G I could just picture this. Anyone good with photoshop/ editing that can make this happen? Also anyone with a recording of the crowd shouting SHOOT SHOOT! would be helpful.

  4. GOALS for GAB-orik on

    Finally game day… Let’s go Rangers!!

    Who’s on our team now? We got Richards/Ovechkin/Iginla/Kaberle/Weiss AND McCabe?? Wow! we’re contenders!!

    Oh wait nevermind… i woke up from that dream.

    We still got Dubi, Cally, Boyle, Prust, Stepan, and Hank though…. All is not lost!

  5. Speaking of recordings I think this is going to be my new VM message:

    “Helllo! And thank you for calling the cottage grill! For today’s specials press 1 now. For a list of orthopedic doctors in your area press 2! If you want to hear the secret ingredient to the hot oil, press 3!

  6. Mash the Thrashers on

    Gaborik – 5 pts (1G, 4A, -2) in last 8
    Wolski – 4 pts (1G, 3A, +2) in last 8
    Anisimov – 2 pts (1G, 1A, -3) in last 8

    Game Notes can be misleading…I think they may too focused on the situation in Egypt

  7. Hammer hits the nail right on the head (bu bu bump!) I don’t know why Maloney isn’t the color analyst on TV. If you ever hear him on the radio you know hes the man for the job. Always real, always impartial. Tells it like it is.

  8. Love the international politics showing up in hockey references….. as the band Propagandhi says:

    “Jesus Saves, Gretzky Scores / The workers slave the rich get more / one more move we risk the cup / play the man not the puck.”

  9. Ok on a serious note- Does anyone think this is our first “must win” of the season? I mean besides the losing streak and the pp saga there’s the Lundqvist factor. He’s supposedly been in a bad mood all week and is eager to get back in nets. If he doesn’t come back strong there’s going to be a sense of panic (no one scream ‘too late!’)

  10. Yes. This game is a MUST. I believe it would be a must even if they were playing the Phlyers. That they are playing Atlanta only enhances the MUST WIN situation.

  11. gooooood gameday morning gang!!

    been away and offline for this week as i needed a break from everything. but i am back now and ready for tonite’s game. how many times did we trade everyone this week? thirty would be my guess.

    i just want a damn win tonite. until then, have a great friday!

  12. Yeah we beat them the last time in ATL. Boyle out monstered Byfuglien to tie the game and MZA won it on a SO goal.

  13. I was at the game in NY, got to witness Todd White’s only goal as a NYR. Something I’ll treasure for an undetermined amount of time.

  14. Pronger steals EVERYTHING. And to think Wynona Rider and Lindsay Lohan end up in prison and NOT him….Sheesh

  15. Post Script…..I think he actually gave it to Ilya Kovalchuk for reasons that are yet unclear.

  16. Cottage Inn in NJ? Is that place still open and do the same people who owned it 15 years ago own it now?

  17. if it’s the same one I’m thinking of up by Mountain Creek then no I don’t think it’s still there.

  18. I remember Connecticut having a lot of places named “_____ Shack” when it came to watering holes.

  19. I don’t really go out a whole lot in CT. But yes along the shoreline towns there are a lot of “shacks”.

  20. Yea! I used to work in Mystic. Love that place.

    Clam Shacks galore, Lobster shacks, the Shack, JR’s Shack, etc.. Probably a Radio Shack in Groton also.

  21. I haven’t been to Candlewood Lake in a long time, back then I was too young to enjoy any of the watering holes. The closest we have to anything “shack” in our town is the Goose or Uncle’s deli.

  22. Have any of you guys ate at Drury’s Colony Grill in CT? My buddy here at work is telling me that the food is awesome, great pizza. No joke.

  23. I just moved to CT in 09. down the hatch was one of the first spots I found with a laid back crowd. great place to relax in the summer. Are you talking about Uncles deli in Darien CT?

  24. billybleedsblue on

    The prices aren’t too bad either, it won’t cost you an arm and a leg…just a finger and a knee.

  25. I lived for about 8 years in Clinton CT, which is just a few miles from Old Saybrook, on the LI Sound. Beautiful little communities there, and many of my old neighbors and friends still reside there. All those shoreline towns are great places to raise kids in. Branford; Guilford, Madison
    ( if you’ve got money), Westbrook, Old Saybrook and then when you cross the river you start getting into Mystic, and Stonington, and Old Mystic, ….. We only moved to Florida 15 years ago, solely because we could no longer afford to live in CT. My kids are still mostly living there now and we fly up couple of times annually for visits. Went this past Christmas and got deluged with snow..so what else is new. Madison has nice restaurants …one called Lenny & Joe;s Fish Tail ( where you can get good seafood without paying thru the nose. ) These are in the area of Madison called Hammonnasset, where the shoreline state park is.

  26. I joke about it NYR but I want to go check it out. I’ve heard mixed reviews about the service but I wanna try the pizza.

  27. I know those places you’re talking about fran, my mother had a house in Clinton early in the 00’s sold it, moved down south, then bought a new house back up there in the fall of 2009.

    My wife is from Madison, we got married in a church in Guilford and our reception was in Branford.

  28. lol Fran you got stuck in that storm the day after Xmas? we were laughing to ourselves bc we went to see family out in Ohio for the weekend and they barely got a dusting. meanwhile back here things were a mess.

  29. wife starting to have contractions. our boy may be coming. any chance she could hold out until after ranger game tonight.

  30. Lol, Eric! Good luck! There are certainly more important things in life than hockey. You are about to find out one of them…

  31. Im from new york but live pretty much on the NY/CT border.. down the hatch is awesome, love it in the summer

  32. Haha. actually the real deal is just that I was suffering from ‘the rent being too damn high’ in Westchester Ilb. We found an awesome place right on the border of Brewster so it worked out well.

  33. Best of luck Eric, here’s a list of possible names if you haven’t chosen one already:


  34. Noah-tenko-rury, 28 on

    Correct…LTIR’s are not a part of it. Only guys that will likely return.

    Maybe I should add “edden” as well? You never know.

  35. CT I haven’t been there. Only rink I’ve checked out iaround the area is Danbury. I keep promising the fiance we’re going to go ice skating one Sunday up there.

  36. Does anyone have a online site were I can stream the games? I finally got a computer that is worth streaming on and the site I was using gets siezed by Homeland Security. My local cable doesn’t carry Center Ice and the regional sports channels carry the Preds and Blue Jackets. Any suggestions would be most appreciated.

  37. Good morning all! eric, good luck! I think you’ll have time for game, but wife may be ticked if you’re watching in hospital room while she’s cursing your name in pain :)

    I’ll be in city watching (not at) game tonight but I’ll be here in my thoughts! LGR!!!!!

  38. James, I go there quite a bit, even if it is a 40 mile drive from where I am in CT. Good facility, two full size rinks and a smaller rink upstairs.

  39. Eric, I would strongly recommend to avoid choosing name Todd for your son….It’s a little old fashioned and worn out…:-)

  40. Jury Duty sucks! I spent my ENTIRE day there and wasn’t even called!!! 8:30AM to 4:30PM!!! And wasn’t even called for duty! Oh well… now they can kiss my tuhes for the next 8 years!

  41. drury traded for Mubarak. taking over as captain of Egypt. Country looking for a person who can put up resistence. Mubarak has a mean wrist shot.

  42. Is that better Izzy!!
    ATDHE.Net is what I was using and got shutdown. I see they reopened under .ME
    Thanks my friend.

  43. Izzy Mandlebaum on

    drury traded for Mubarak? Don’t do it. It’s a pyramid scheme. He skates like he’s in sand. and I’m not in de-Nile here… Sather don’t know what he’s doing, Egypt us plenty of times.

  44. Mash the Thrashers on

    If we are trading owners, why not trade for Mario Lemieux and get a better owner and a first line center.

  45. Hallelujah… it’s Hockey Night!

    Got into an argument with some Canadiens about Uncle Slats… I was actually defending him! Guess the polish wore off on his glory days? I think they may actually despise him more than most Rangers fans??


  46. Sather is the biggest curva of NY!

    I dont know…i find games against Atlanta very boring! especially when we play in Atlanta!

  47. okay,
    i may not be able to watch
    tonight’s game
    here’s my prediction
    we’re going to play a complete game
    and win….
    …or it will look like past five
    and we play well enough to win
    but we don’t.

    Take that, Kreskin!!

  48. Dunno, Tiki..

    Hey, I’ll take Mubarak. The guy is sturdy. He’s survived so many oppositions and barricades. Let’s see if he can block a few of Chara’s slap shots. And them I’d flip him to the Island for first rounder. I’m sure they’ll still need a goalie. Bet you he’ll survive longer than DP.

  49. I’m with jpg. Either they’re going to win or else they’re going to lose. :)

    This is a game they need to win. It’s time for Gaborik to get going. I’m not sure putting Christensen at center with him and Vinny is going to do it though.

  50. agreed about EC. But it’s time for Stepan to step it up a bit too. He’s had some good chances. He needs to bury one.

  51. Hmm, some Devils fans mentioning the “P” word now. I’m sure they’ll be cheering for the Rangers tonight.

  52. Mr C! how are things going with your better half? I can’t access FB on the work computer so forgive me for bringing it up on here.

  53. contractions not coming as often. could be while here. may make puck drop after all. keep you all posted.

    must win tonight. the sabres are coming

  54. I wonder if Carp is trolling around under a fake screen name for his own amusement. Has anyone out of the ordinary posted crazy trades? lol

  55. Doesn’t Mubarak have to pass through waivers before he can join the Rangers? I can see Garth Snow putting in a claim, if only because he’ll be able to share his experience of 30 years of reign ending in scenes of mass joy and celebration for when DiPietro’s contract expires.

  56. Mubarak hasn’t played professional hockey recently, LW3H. Instead he played a role of political whore for awhile. He is good to go for the Fishsticks…

  57. I don’t know…I kinda like Joe M. (not as much as JD, though)…he’s usually always dead on (notable exception: “…it was in”…I think it went in!…”)

  58. GOALS for GAB-orik on

    Is Egypt’s AHL team the Red Sea Gulls? That Sphinx guy has good size and vision, but hands like stone. Not a good PP point man. Shame.

  59. Noah-tenko-rury, 28 on

    I’d take Mubarak for half his salary if he goes through re-entry waivers. He can play the point on the PP and clear our crease.

  60. Mash the Thrashers on

    James – Stepan scored last game off a beautiful feed from Gilly.

    In the last two games he has scored 50% of their goals.

  61. GOALS for GAB-orik on

    Noah, I don’t want Mubarak even at half salary. He refused to report to exile… apparently he spoke with Nabokov. Egypt had to send it some big tank looking fellows to clear the crease.

  62. GOALS for GAB-orik on

    Orr refuses to blog while Megan Fox is still married. I believe he’s locked himself in his room, to scour the internet looking for his next female adonis.

  63. mash- I didn’t see nor read up on the Detroit game. I apologize for not knowing that. Glad he netted one!

  64. General Sherman on

    I see that Enstrom is possibly going to play tonight. they know that this is their playoff game. ours too. things are gettin tight with Buffalo on the move bigtime.

  65. Goals and CCCP- was thinking ORR may be so p.o.’ed at “blastfromthepast” posting links to his crappy site all the time, that he gave up posting comments altogether…

    I know that really bothered him and he compalined to Carp a few times…hope that isn’t the case…miss that guy!

  66. wicky(grating CCBG)© (The game’s not over until somebody cries!!) on

    carp is with orr and kaspar…glad you like the iphone post name (thought you might)!!

    Good luck Eric and congrats!!!!

  67. cccp

    I just ducked out of jury duty…it was supposed to occur right when I had a medical; appointment so they graciously extended my appearance..now I think they’ve noticed my age and fuggodaboudid.

  68. whenever u get jury duty, have a relative write a letter saying your mentally unfit, or just batshit crazy. it worked for a friend of mine.

  69. CCCP
    in FL and CT. CT was the pits. Room full of smoke, folding chairs no tv no books just sit there all day and for variety, you could sit on the floor and let your feet hang. FL was great. Tables of variety cookies, sticky buns, coffee as desired, soft sofa and upholstered chairs, plenty of books and mag. Then when you get called in the judge, like a good ol grandad, let’s you know how much he appreciates you and wants to know if your OK, etc. etc. Mucho stroking. Then admits that he called you in to try and force a settlement rather than a trial…and is usually works.

  70. Jury duty involves sitting on a bench for several hours in silence while the proceedings occur in front of you. As opoposed to Drury duty, which involves…

  71. Prvoiding “leadership” while sitting on the bench for several hours in silence while the proceedings occur in front of you?

  72. Mash- I was speaking in a metaphorical sense. Seems lately that Gaborik has been invisible and Henrik has been human..what i meant by I hope they “come to play tonight” is that I hope they bring their top effort and contribute because the team desperately needs a win. those guys are supposed to be our stallions.

  73. Has anyone ever gotten one of those questionaires for Drury duty in the mail? Does it come with a take out menu for colony grill?

  74. Hey James G… You aint getting a hot tub, the Rangers aren’t trading everyone, and ect, etc, etc, but you might be right about Prust never sleeping… He just rests (standby mode:)? Appreciate the laughs your posts have given me today!

    Hey Carp – I think your being a little hard on Micheletti… And I’m not saying that because I could actually picture Joe reading this post and having to wipe dry his welled up teary eyes. Well maybe a little, but Micheletti is still one of the better announcers in the game – even though he cant come anywhere close to holding a candle to JD.

  75. Jonathan, Carp is on vacation, remember? I don’t know he can be hard on JM while using the roof rake…

  76. fran

    Unfortunately, the NYC judiciary does not provide the jury “duters” with any coffee, cookies OR sticky buns! Nor do they provide you with soft sofa OR upholstered chairs!

    I sat on a cold wooden bench in a huge cold room with one TV that was hanging down from the wall up high. And as i said earlier, they didn’t even call me! Wasted entire day!

  77. Mash the Thrashers on

    Is Torts the judge?

    The case of the missing $7mil…starring Chris dreary

    Already convicted in the court of public opinion, he tries to get a fair hearing from an impartial jury of his peers.

  78. Ria (the silent bonehead) on

    Boy do we need a game tonight or what thanks all for making the day past by just a little faster Is it go time yet? Whats taking so long

  79. Watched again Toronto play. Forget defencive traders talks – I don’t want Kaberle Sauvignon -The cotton slider on my team.

  80. I think tonight’s ranger game will tell ranger fans all we need to know about the rangers and where there going the rest of the season.

  81. GOALS for GAB-orik on

    Drury’s pizza place has a sweet deal,

    Call in your order for delivery, and set your clock for 60 minutes. He’ll get it there with 7.7 seconds to spare or it’s free.

  82. hahah thanks ilb!! i will just show up and they’ll say, “wait, isnt he the defendant?’ i’ll say, no, im juror #13

  83. C’mon Rangers, we’ve toyed with Carolina, Atlanta, and Buffalo enough. Lets take aim at our friendly brothers to the North and leave them in out dust.



  84. speaking of, wheres our resident cheerleader greg been? was he traded along with orr? at least we got linda back off ltir

  85. Henrik, you need to man up tonight and be determined to not let soft pucks by you.

    Marian, skate and shoot. If you don’t have more than three shots on goal you are not doing your job. That really is all a guy like you has to do to be successful. No coasting or gliding. This isn’t a vacation.

    (Pretending to be Torts)

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