Islanders at Rangers tonight (updated)

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Morning update: 11:59 a.m.: Mats Zuccarello has been recalled from Connecticut; Brandon Dubinsky will play tonight, but Ryan Callahan and Michael Del Zotto will not.

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Pre-game notes courtesy of the NYR:

NEW YORK RANGERS vs. NEW YORK ISLANDERS
Sunday, Mar. 11, 7:00 p.m.
Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
Rangers: 42-18-7 (91 pts)
Islanders: 28-30-9 (65 pts)

* All information through NHL games on Mar. 9

TONIGHT’S GAME:
The Rangers will face-off against the New York Islanders at Madison Square Garden (7:00 p.m.; TV: MSG Network; Radio: 1050 ESPN Radio), to begin a seven-game homestand. The Blueshirts currently sit atop the Eastern Conference standings, and rank third in the league overall, with a record of 42-18-7 (91 pts). The Rangers enter the contest having been defeated by the Chicago Blackhawks, 4-3, on Friday at United Center, and are now 13-6-3 in their last 22 games. The Islanders have posted a record of 28-31-9 (65 pts) and have lost five of their last seven games. Following the contest, the Rangers will face-off against the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday, Mar. 13, at Madison Square Garden (7:30 p.m.), as they continue their seven-game homestand.

RANGERS vs. ISLANDERS:
* All-Time: 115-99-19-6 overall (67-37-11-4 at home; 48-62-8-2 on the road)
* 2011-12: Tonight is the sixth and final meeting this season, and the third at MSG. The Rangers are 3-1-1 overall (2-0-0 at home; 1-1-1 on the road), following a 4-3 shootout loss on Feb. 24 at Long Island. The Rangers have out-scored the Islanders, 16-11, including an 8-3 advantage in the second period. Marian Gaborik (four goals, one assist) and Ryan Callahan (one goal, four assists) are tied for the team-high in scoring with five points apiece. Henrik Lundqvist is 2-1-0 with a 1.68 GAA, .947 Sv% and one shutout in three games, while Martin Biron is 1-0-1 with a 2.41 GAA and .906 Sv% in two games.
* Last Season:  New York was 4-2-0 overall (3-0-0 at home; 1-2-0 on the road). The Rangers averaged 4.5 goals per contest, and converted 9-28 on the power play for a 32.1% success rate in the season series. Marian Gaborik led all skaters with six goals and 10 points in six games, while Brandon Dubinsky tallied a team-high six assists in the season series.
* The Rangers have registered at least one point in eight of their last 10 games against the Islanders, posting a record of 7-2-1 over the span
* New York ranks sixth with a 22-7-2 (46 pts) record at home; Long Island ranks 22nd with a 13-6-4 (30 pts) mark on the road
* The Rangers are 12-5-2 vs. the Atlantic Division; the Islanders are 6-10-2*** vs. the Atlantic Division
* New York lists two former Islanders on their roster: Martin Biron (2009-10); Ruslan Fedotenko (2007-08)
* Long Island lists one former Ranger on their roster: PA Parenteau (2009-10)

INDIVIDUAL CAREER LEADERS vs. ISLANDERS:
* Henrik Lundqvist — 40 GP, 23-11-5, 2.17 GAA, 4 SO
* Martin Biron — 28 GP, 21-4-1-1, 2.03 GAA, 2 SO
* Marian Gaborik — 26 GP, 18-13-31
* Brad Richards — 35 GP, 11-19-30
* Brandon Dubinsky — 32 GP, 7-19-26
* Michael Del Zotto — 14 GP, 3-5-8

SPECIAL TEAMS:
The Rangers penalty kill has held opponents scoreless in each of the last five games (14 times shorthanded), and are 19-20 (95.0%) in the last seven contests. The Rangers are tied for fifth in the NHL with seven shorthanded goals. The Blueshirts have posted a record of 19-1-4 in games when tallying a power play goal, and are 29-10-3 when not allowing a power play goal.
* Power Play: The Rangers did not tally a goal in two power play attempts (4:00) on Friday at Chicago. New York ranks 29th overall (31-224, 13.8%) and 27th at home (16-113, 14.2%). The Rangers are 3-14 (11:24) in five-on-three situations (last – 3/2 at TBL), and 1-8 (10:10) when four-on-three (last – 3/2 at TBL). Shorthanded goals allowed (3): 12/5 vs. TOR (Steckel); 12/8 vs. TBL (Moore); 12/17 at PHX (Korpikoski).
* Penalty Killing: The Blueshirts held the Blackhawks scoreless in one shorthanded situation (1:58) on Friday at Chicago. New York ranks fifth overall (186-214, 86.9%) and sixth at home (78-91, 85.7%). The Rangers are 8-9 (4:34) in three-on-five situations (last – 2/16 vs. CHI), and 2-3 (2:24) when three-on-four (last – 2/16 vs. CHI). Shorthanded goals for (7): 10/20 at CGY (Prust); 12/8 vs. TBL (Anisimov); 12/10 at BUF (Hagelin); 12/10 at BUF (Callahan); 12/20 at NJD (Hagelin); 1/6 at PIT (Dubinsky); 2/12 vs. WSH (Prust).
* Four-on-Four: New York did not skate in a four-on-four situation on Friday at Chicago. The Rangers are plus-six in 71 four-on-four situations (127:48), and even in two three-on-three situations (0:38). Four-on-four goals for (9): 10/18 at VAN (Gaborik); 10/20 at CGY (McDonagh); 10/27 vs. TOR (Girardi); 1/2 vs. FLA (Gaborik); 2/9 vs. TBL (Stepan); 2/9 vs. TBL (Richards); 2/14 at BOS (Anisimov); 2/19 vs. CBJ (Stepan), 2/25 vs. BUF (Callahan). Four-on-four goals allowed (3): 2/9 vs. TBL (Lecavalier); 2/25 vs. BUF (Stafford); 3/2 at TBL (Malone).

BACK-TO-BACKS
The Rangers have played 12 of 14 scheduled back-to-back sets. New York has posted a combined record of 16-3-5 in back-to-back games, including an 8-1-3 (3-0-0 at home, 5-1-3 on the road) record in the first game and an 8-2-2 (6-0-0 at home, 2-2-2 on the road) mark in the second. Since 2009-10, New York is 29-10-4 in the second game of back-to-backs, with a 15-3-1 mark at MSG and 14-7-3 on the road over the span. Henrik Lundqvist has started on consecutive days 57 times in his career, posting a record of 36-14-7 with a 1.82 GAA, .935 Sv% and six shutouts in the second game. The Rangers’ next back-to-back set is scheduled for Mar. 23-24, vs. Buffalo and at Toronto.

HOMESTAND
The Rangers will begin a seven-game homestand tonight when they face-off against the New York Islanders. The seven-game homestand is tied as the longest in franchise history, and is their longest since 2001-02. The Blueshirts’ previous seven-game homestands were in 1969-70 (4-0-3-0), 1972-73 (4-3-0-0), 1977-78 (3-3-1-0), and 2001-02 (3-2-1-1). The Rangers are one of five teams with a homestand of seven or more games on their 2011-12 regular season schedule (Winnipeg – 8, Colorado – 8, Tampa Bay – 7, Vancouver – 7).

HOME SWEET HOME
The Blueshirts’ 22-7-2 (46 pts) mark at MSG is their best record at home through 31 games since 1993-94 (21-6-4, 46 pts).

FAMILIAR FOE
The Rangers are 12-5-2 against Atlantic Division opponents this season, including a nine-game winning streak from Nov. 15 –Jan. 6. New York has out-scored their opponent, 53-40, in divisional play.

PLACE IN HISTORY
The Rangers’ .679 win% is the team’s best record through 67 games in 18 years, when the 1993-94 Blueshirts began the season with a 43-19-5 record (.679 win%), and is tied as the fourth best mark in franchise history. The Rangers reached the 40-win mark in 61 games, which is tied as the second fastest to 40-wins in franchise history.

MEASURING UP
The Rangers rank among the NHL leaders in several statistical categories…
* T-3rd in points (91)
* 2nd in win% (.679)
* T-3rd in wins (42)
* T-1st in regulation/overtime wins (39)
* T-1st in fewest regulation losses (18)
* 2nd in fewest goals against (140)
* 2nd in GAA (2.09)
* 1st in hits (2,003)
* 4th in blocked shots (1,095)
* 4th in +/- rating (plus-38)
* 6th in goal differential (plus-39)

QUICK HITS:
* This is the latest the Rangers have been in first place of the Eastern Conference standings since the 1995-96 season, when New York held the top position through games played on Mar. 15, 1996 (NYR game #68). *courtesy of the Elias Sports Bureau
* New York has registered at least one point in 44 of their last 59 games (39-15-5), dating back to Oct. 29, after beginning the season with a 3-3-2 mark
* New York is 16-2-3 when leading after the first period and 26-0-3 when leading after the second
* The Rangers are tied for fourth in the league with a .235 win% when trailing after two periods (4-12-1), and their four third period comeback victories are tied for 10th in the NHL; New York has trailed entering the third period in 17 games this season, which is tied as the fewest in the league
* New York leads the NHL with a .719 win% when out-shooting their opponent (23-8-1)
* The Rangers lead the league when scoring first, posting a 30-3-3 mark (.833 win%) in those contests; Their 30 wins rank third in the NHL

THE HOT LIST:
* Henrik Lundqvist — 11-4-1 with a 1.74 GAA, .935 Sv% and 4 SO in his last 16 games
* Marian Gaborik — 25 points (nine goals, 16 assists) in the last 25 games; six points (three goals, three assists) in the last six games
* Ryan Callahan — 12 points (nine goals, three assists) in his last 13 games; three goals in his last five games
* Derek Stepan — five points (two goals, three assists) in the last six games
* Brad Richards — 13 points (three goals, 10 assists) in the last 16 games; seven points (one goal, six assists) in the last eight games
* Carl Hagelin — nine points (four goals, five assists) in the last 12 games; seven points (three goals, four assists) in the last eight games
* Michael Del Zotto — 12 points (two goals, 10 assists) in his last 19 games; nine assists in his last 14 games
* Anton Stralman — seven assists in his last 15 games; three assists in his last four games

INJURIES:
* Michael Sauer (concussion, 12/5) — 43
* Brandon Dubinsky (injured, 3/6) — 2
* Michael Del Zotto (hip, 3/8) — 1
Total Man-Games Lost: 192

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  1. The Penguins and Rangers are now separated by just 4 points, and they play each other 2 more times. They taste Ranger blood already. They get Crosby back. Looks like we WONT be playing the number 8 seed.

  2. Brooks article about Erixon and Zucs seems accurate. Fresh legs and speed. Scott is not really a player. Maybe move Bickel to toward and promote Erixon. Maybe sit Rupp for rest purposes and play Zucs Mitchell Bickel

  3. Re: Brooks

    I was thinking the same thing. MZA must not be that good if he hasn’t even been given a chance at the miserable PP.

    And watching Gaborik & Richards, I am glad we didn’t get Nash. The NYR need hungrier players. Not superstars. JT Miller, C Thomas, and Kreider will serve us much better. Not a knock on Gabby and Brad, just think a team with too many starts has to carry a little dead wood too. The deadwood is what is hurting NYR right now.

  4. Bickel is much more valuable than Rupp. Rupp needs some days off too. If Erixon gets called up, sit Scott or Rupp, let Bickel move up, and let Bickel move back in case of injury or Strallman.

  5. Give the boys the week off, pick it back up again later on next week. Playoffs, Playoffs, Playoffs. Thats all we care about. Seriously, do you think they would lose their ‘edge’ if they took a week off? Could they pick it back up again fairly easily?

  6. I was thinking the same thing. Erixon has fresh legs because he’s on the top pair in Hartford and that’s like not playing.

  7. It’s not inconceivable that we beat the Pens both times we will play them the rest of the season. Regardless of whether they have Sid in the lineup. Prust sayin’.

  8. flyers and espciallly the universe bryzgalov continue to roll 5 straight wins for them. 6 pts back. pens 8 in a row and crosby due back at the garden on Thursday. 4 pts back. devs find ways to win late now 3 in a row 8 back.

    the rangers are hearing the footsteps can they answer or is this team destined for a div collapse. i will take the collapse. prediction we are the 5 seed and blow home ice all together.

  9. Carp:

    1. Do you hear anything about Sauer? If he is done, do we have anything other than Erixon? Why do you think Sather/Torts seem slow in bringing him back up here? If he is not ready, and they knew that, why did they let the handful of journeymen defensemen go to other teams at the trade deadline?

    2. All we hear about is Kreider, Erixon, McIlrath, Millers, and because it’s New York, they are hyped like crazy. We have had a litany of over-hyped prospects that have gone nowhere and only some that made it to the NHL. We have had a TON of first through third rounders all those years we didn’t make the playoffs that were absolute flops (Brendl, Lundmark, Jessiman, Montoya,Korpikoski, Sanguinetti,Blackburn to name a few of Sather’s great wastes).
    Are any of these current guys really as good as the media hypes them? If not can any be brought up here to rest our weary hard working big leaguers?

    Future Watch rates our system at ‘B’. I gotta be wondering if we are a little too ‘subjective’ and ‘positive’ on the quality of our young guys. Your thoughts????

  10. Given what you’ve seen all year, Eric, I think you have to have confidence that our guys show determination and leadership, nurse their wounds, and find a way to get tonight done at home. They will need to turn this ship around and know it.

    I look forward to being there and hooting’ and hollering’!

    OR, they could do what the Bruin’s do which is not to care about anything regular season till the puck drops for the playoffs. Their strategy was a smart one last year, now, wasn’t it???? (We’ll see today which B’s team shows up and if they care a lick about regular season).

  11. A week off. Great idea. Call the league and tell them we need a maintenance week. We can always make this weeks games next week.

  12. Eric – If they lose tonight I agree with you. In fact I think they will fall to 6th

  13. Cally out tonight. My captain. Our captain. Oh Captain…

    Who’s that attractive blonde lady that does the highlights on the NHL program?

  14. stranger nation on

    O CAPTAIN! my Captain! our fearful season is almost done;
    The team has weather’d every game, but the Cup not yet won;
    The Playoffs is near, the horns I hear, the fans all exulting,
    While follow eyes the steady keel, the Garden grim and daring

  15. matty, first I don’t recall all this media hype you mentioned. I think you guys hype the prospects a lot more than the news media. I certainly haven’t hyped anybody other than Kreider, and him only because of what all the scouts say. I’ve learned my lessons through all the Dube’s and Brendls and Lundmarks and Ferraro twins and Grachev, etc.

    Second, as I’ve said with Zuccarrello, if the Whale coaches were giving glowing reports on Erixon he’d be here. And how he equates to fresh legs, I’m not sure. Yeah, he’s young. But he’s playing top minutes of pro hockey for the first time in his career, and probably already has played more games than he’s ever played in a season. I would imagine he’s better than Woywitka, maybe Eminger and probably not Stralman at this point.

    Sauer. No news is bad news. Even if he’d made significant progress right now, he’d have to go through the process of light workouts, then heavier workouts, then light skating, then no-contact practices, then cleared for contact practice … and he’d have to get through all of those without any kind of setback. In other words, he won’t be around for a while, even in a best-case scenario.

  16. “I find it strange a Rangers team always looking for pace and creativity doesn’t have a minute to spare for (Mats Zuccarello).” Larry Brooks

    That basically has always been my point with MZA.

  17. bull dog line on

    Carp,
    that is right. if they do not win tonight, all the points they have accumulated become meaningless.
    I blame Dubi!

  18. There you go, kids. Zuccarrello is called up. The little Italian Kid from Norway!

    From Larry Brooks’ fingertips to God’s ears.

  19. Carp,

    I clearly broke the news first. Can’t you just let it go without having to start something?

  20. Czechthemout!!! on

    I also don’t understand why Zucc can’t get a sniff here. He is creative and showed that he can play pretty well. Torts is a stubborn dude.

    I am also concerned that once again tonight there will be 5 fourth line players in the lineup. Way to many for an elite team. Tonight is a big game. Anything less than a win is unacceptable. It will be telling to see how they come out to start the game.

  21. duby better score tonight. if he cant reach the HUGE ten goal mark this year then whale his assen. maybe seeing kreider and hagelin outperform him will wake him up next season

  22. NYR, I don’t think they’ll break up the GAS line. Maybe with Richards, Hagelin? Maybe not on any of the top lines to start since he hasn’t practice with the team. Maybe he starts fourth line and gets PP minutes? Who knows?

  23. personally, I predicted the rangers to finish in the 7th seed this year before the season started. If they don’t win the presidents cup, eastern conference or there division, who cares. The way the NHL is setup is for teams to make the playoffs. Than the real season starts. Once in the 4 round circus anything can happen. How many times have we seen teams look great in the regular season and get knock out in the first or second round. I think ranger fans got spoiled. I’m glad the flyers and there goalie are red hot. Peaking at the wrong time. It’s all about being healthy and peaking at the right time. Hopefully there won’t be anymore injuries for the rangers and they will start the playoffs healthy and get there second wind when the playoffs start and roll the dice.

  24. Dubinsky:”I am going to play tonight…and I I am going to keep my gloves on for a while”

    So if Dubi won’t fight, he’s not a complete Dubi.

    Therefore…

    A Roach.

  25. wow. th little guy gets a shot. remember him on the pp last year? no improvement at all. but its a change from the goon squad so i’ll take it

  26. the flyers are peaking at the wrong time? what does that mean? that going into the final stretch and playofs finally getting their moneys worth out of their goalieand winning games is a bad thing?

  27. Is Zuccarello going to play tonight? Twitter feed said he wasn’t at skate this morning.

  28. he was no good on the point nyrfan. and he could pass, but so can richards,gabby,stp, llllalalala anismov, we need a shot. id actually take rozsival over mza right now just cuz he cold unleash it once in awhil

  29. >> according to Latona, Mats Zuccarello

    According to Dave Maloney, Mats Zuccorella is on his way up.

  30. going to the game tonight with my daughter who is home from college. Must game? No. But I will be in a FOUL mood if they don’t beat the icelanders tonight. I really want to go into that game against the Pens with a bigger lead than 4 points. It is going to be barf city that night with Cindy returning!

  31. zucc could be in a wheelchair and still be more useful than rupp and scott. i dont think he plays big minutes but he will probably play and on the pp too like carp said

  32. No, none of the games are must games, not even the playoffs because this team is so damn good.

  33. Dave Lozo ? @DaveLozo Reply Retweeted Favorite · Open
    Long story short: Rangers called up Mats Zuccarello this morning. #FreshLegs

    Ha!

  34. But tonight is a must-win, right?

    If they win tonight, they can go 0-14 down the stretch. This is the must-win game.

    But if they lose tonight and go 14-0 down the stretch it won’t matter, because this is the must-win game.

    Ridiculous.

  35. Stranger Nation on

    Icelanders spit the bit yesterday against Debbies. PAP with dumb penalty in final minute, Debs score on PP first shot

    I blame Dubi

  36. 2-0 game over div title over pray for the 4th seed. i would rather be 6th seed vs florida then 4 seed and home ice vs phil or devs

  37. Thanks for your answer on the prospects, before, Carp. I do agree it is the loyal fan base that adds to and perhaps is involved in ‘over-estimating’ our prospects. It is, however, the general manager that is responsible for bringing them in. Verdict is out on Kreider, but, for my $$$$$, I’d rather see Lou picking our guys rather than Glen. However, we do need to see how last year and the year turn out, to be fair. (IMHO, it seems the picks have been better the last 4 years. Perhaps Glen got some help in drafting. His early picks were wastes here).

    So, if Sauer is hurt badly, with the load of journeymen we have, why would he not pick up on Oduya, something, at trade deadline. IF you think you have a chance at a run, given how overused his players are, could he not assess this?

    No, I am not feeling we are going to fade away into oblivion, and no, I don’t think if we lose tonight we are done for the year, 0-14.

    Yes, I do feel a team needs to be feeling good about themselves, have depth, and have some confidence going in. Right now, I am not too sure about those. That’s all.

  38. now that zucc is up no reason to sit play him over scott. enough with this scott and rupp nonsense. i dont want to hear its the isles we need a physical presence crap. play zucc who may score not scott whose a stiff.

    its already 1pm and im cranky. thanks bruins

  39. We’ll miss our captain and MDZ tonight, for sure. They all say that when there are injuries it gives other guys an opportunity. Seize it, MZ. Seize it!

    I hope our guys are not hurt badly and can rest up and heal for the big event.

  40. It seemed that way, Carp. I kind of understand.

    It does show how barren we are as an organization not to have someone, anyone, to bring up.

    After 11 years, I can’t blame that, too, on Neil Smith.

    Thanks, going to the city and then the game. Hope we can beat these punks!!!!

  41. I wouldn’t mind the rangers finishing in the 6 seed. Playing florida in the first round would be a good match up for the rangers for the first round. Ranger fans are to hung up with winning the conference, division. I rather see the rangers play Florida in the first round than any other team in the top 8th in the east for the first round.

  42. Scott was a great pick up for nothing, but doubt he sees a minute of the PO’s… Smart to bring up hobbit and get him ready for some 4th line.

  43. eric, u might need anti depressants or something. i mean, you’re extremely whiny and even when we were winning

  44. Tomg, I agree with that. I want them to finish 1st obviously, but 6th would be better than 4th or 5th. At this point, all I want is for the team to get healthy and rested even if it means losing games.

  45. Good afternoon all! I overslept horribly today and forgot about daylight savings time. I blame Dubi.

  46. Carp When will a game be a MUST WIN ??? When they’re in 3rd or 4th place with 2 games left eh

  47. ISCELANDERS 9-1 tonight. Bank on it.

    Zucarello with three turnovers, two of them directly leading to Iscelanders goals.

  48. eddie eddie eddie on

    This just in per my sources….first to break it right here…MZA called up

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  49. eddie eddie eddie on

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  50. eddie eddie eddie on

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  51. eddie eddie eddie on

    my sources are telling that there is a potential possibility of a fairly good chance that cally and mdz might or might not play tonight……i will know for sure by the time the puck drops….$10 for this one

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  54. Rangers West on

    mattyboy

    Korpido is a decent 2nd 3rd line player for the Phoenix and Blackburn looked good until he was hurt. The other three jokers–you are right.

  55. Rangers West on

    Remember when Potter used to come up all the time but Sauer ended up being the guy in the system? Is it possible that V-Tank could be the next Sauer? I wish we had somebody to fill the Sauer void. Oh well. Even with Sauer and MDZ out our D is still better than a lot of teams.

  56. mza should play and sit scott.

    the rangers will be fine. to bad we get to see emminger again tonight, again he stinks….

    play the big 3 on d a ton of minute stonight….

  57. I was at the Whale Game last night. My first of the Season.

    Some Observations:

    1) Zucarrello was’nt that good. Nor was he that noticeable.

    2) Newbury, Bil Biv Deveaux, and Borque were better.

    3) Wade Redden could’nt play on my Beer League team.

    4) Chad Johnson is better than Biron

    5) Emminger and Woywitka are better than Tim Erixon right now

  58. Can’t play most of your games with all out checking, blocking shots without paying the piper. Lunch pail hockey like Boston used to play 15 plus years never worked , in that they ran out of gas at the end of year and usually got beaten in the first round. We’re kind of game the Devil’s played for many years. Tonite’s game for the Icelanders is the Stanley Cup. We’re worn thin and its no supprise.

  59. so playing lunch pail hockey does not work. someone whould tell that to the rangers and the blues.

    3 game losing streaks make people insane and panic striken on this site. this team plays hard, has a great goalie, they will be fine….

  60. eddie eddie eddie on

    chad’s johnson 1 win

    HOF’er Gump Worsley – over 200 wins

    but gump is dead….i pefer chad’s johnson

  61. Crazy as its sounds I would play Biron tonight. Good record against, rest Hank like we are always saying. We should beat these guys with either in the net

  62. stranger nation on

    Would not start Beer-off and his gaping 5 hole tonite – this team needs a solid performance and can’t afford for two of the first four shots to go in.

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  64. eddie eddie eddie on

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  65. eddie eddie eddie on

    put chad’s johnson between the pipes…that would be two pipes and a johnson….

  66. On second thought let’s play Hank every game all the way out since they are must games. What could go wrong?

  67. CraigWeather on

    Despite my concern over Callahan and DZ’s injuries, I still think we right the ship tonight. The Penguins…. Well, the law of averages says they’re due a loss. Their welcome back party for Sid the skid mark will be spoiled , and it’ll be a big time statement game from our boys- you heard it here first… Or maybe 3rd or 4th or something….

  68. eddie eddie eddie on

    Craig – where are you getting your information?….unless i report, likely it isnt reliable

    Big time statement against the pens later this week….you heard it here first, only $10 a view

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