Bruins at Rangers tonight


Courtesy of the NYR:

Wednesday, Jan. 23, 7:30 p.m.
Madison Square Garden
– New York, NY
Rangers: 0-2-0 (0 pts)
Bruins: 2-0-0 (4 pts)

The Rangers will begin a back-to-back set when they face-off against the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden (7:30 p.m. — TV: NBC Sports Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7), in an Original Six matchup. The Blueshirts enter the contest with an 0-2-0 record, following a 6-3 loss to the Penguins on Sunday in their home opener. New York is now 36-34-16 all-time in home openers, including a 4-2-1-2 mark in their last nine home openers dating back to the 2003-04 season. The Bruins enter the contest with a 2-0-0 (4 pts) record, following a 2-1 shootout win against the Winnipeg Jets on Monday at Boston. Following the contest, the Rangers will complete their back-to-back set when they face-off against the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday, Jan. 24, at Wells Fargo Center (7:00 p.m.), in an Atlantic Division matchup.


  • All-Time: 247-283-97-2 overall (142-119-55-0 at home; 105-164-42-2 on the road)
  • 2013: Tonight is the second of three meetings this season, and the only meeting at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers are 0-1-0 in the season series, following a 3-1 loss in their season-opener on Saturday at Boston. The Blueshirts’ penalty kill was 7-7 (100%) in the contest.
  • Last Season: New York was 3-1-0 overall (1-1-0 mark at home; 2-0-0 mark on the road). Three of the four meetings were decided by one goal, including a 3-2 overtime victory on Jan. 21 at Boston. The Rangers out-scored the Bruins, 11-7, including a 4-1 advantage in the third period and overtime. The Blueshirts’ power play was 2-8 (25.0%), while their penalty kill was 9-10 (90.0%). Marian Gaborik led all skaters in scoring with four goals and five points in the season series, while Michael Del Zotto and Brad Richards each tallied a series-high, three assists. Henrik Lundqvist was 3-1-0 with a 1.73 GAA, .946 Sv% and one shutout.
  • The Rangers have won nine of their last 13 games against the Bruins, including five of their last seven meetings
  • The Blueshirts are 11-3-0 in their last 14 games against the Bruins at MSG, dating back to a 3-2 win on Nov. 20, 2005
  • Henrik Lundqvist has started in 25 consecutive games against Boston, dating back to Jan. 13, 2007
  • New York ranked seventh with a 27-12-2 (56 pts) record at home last season; Boston ranked fourth with a 25-15-1 (51 pts) mark on the road last season
  • The Rangers were 11-8-1 vs. the Northeast Division last season; the Bruins were 12-7-1 vs. the Atlantic Division last season
  • New York lists no former Bruins on their roster
  • Boston lists one former Ranger on their roster: Marc Savard (1997-98 – 1998-99)


  • Henrik Lundqvist — 28 GP, 19-7-2, 1.58 GAA, 6 SO
  • Martin Biron — 31 GP, 12-12-2-1, 2.66 GAA, 1 SO
  • Brad Richards — 35 GP, 8-22-30
  • Ryan Callahan — 20 GP, 5-6-11
  • Michael Del Zotto — 11 GP, 2-4-6

The Blueshirts posted a record of 25-2-4 in games when tallying a power play goal last season, and 34-13-3 when not allowing a power play goal.

  • Power Play: The Blueshirts were 1-4 (6:00) on Sunday vs. Pittsburgh, and are now 1-9 (11.1%) with the man advantage through two games. Last season, the Rangers’ power play tallied eight goals in the final six games of the regular season (8-27, 29.6% over the span), and 13-56 (23.2%) in the final 15 games. New York ranked 23rd overall (44-280, 15.7%) and 19th on the road (21-134, 15.7%). The Rangers were 4-18 (13:15) in five-on-three situations (last –4/5 at PIT), and 2-9 (12:08) when four-on-three (last –3/11 vs. NYI). Shorthanded goals allowed (4): 12/5 vs. TOR (Steckel); 12/8 vs. TBL (Moore); 12/17 at PHX (Korpikoski); 4/5 at PIT (Letang).
  • Penalty Killing: The Rangers were 3-5 (6:23) with a shorthanded goal on Sunday vs. Pittsburgh, and are now 10-12 (83.3%) while shorthanded through two games. Last season, New York’s penalty kill was 52-60 (86.7%) in the final 20 games, and tied for seventh in the NHL with eight shorthanded goals. New York ranked fifth overall (224-260, 86.2%) and sixth on the road (124-142, 87.3%). The Rangers were 9-10 (6:17) in three-on-five situations (last –3/28 at WPG), and 2-3 (2:24) when three-on-four (last –2/16 vs. CHI). Shorthanded goals for (8): 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); 3/28 at WPG (Del Zotto).
  • Four-on-Four: New York surrendered a goal in one four-on-four situation (2:00) on Sunday vs. Pittsburgh, and are minus-1 in three four-on-four situations (3:18) through two games. Last season, the Rangers were plus-seven in 84 four-on-four situations (151:10), and even in two three-on-three situations (0:38). Four-on-four goals for (10): 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); 3/21 vs. DET (Callahan). Four-on-four goals allowed (3): 2/9 vs. TBL (Lecavalier); 2/25 vs. BUF (Stafford); 3/2 at TBL (Malone).

The Rangers will begin their second of six back-to-back sets this season tonight against Boston. Last season, New York posted a combined record of 19-4-5 in back-to-back games, including a 9-2-3 (3-1-0 at home, 6-1-3 on the road) record in the first game and a 10-2-2 (6-0-0 at home, 4-2-2 on the road) mark in the second, and were 7-1-1 in the second game when opening the set with a win. Since 2009-10, New York is 31-11-4 in the second game of back-to-backs, with a 15-4-1 mark at MSG and 16-7-3 on the road over the span. Henrik Lundqvist has started on consecutive days 60 times in his career, posting a record of 38-15-7 with a 1.95 GAA, .931 Sv% and six shutouts in the second game.


  • Tonight’s contest will be the second of nine scheduled games against Original Six opponents this season (0-1-0)
  • Henrik Lundqvist was 7-5-0 with a 2.40 GAA and one shutout against Original Six opponents last season
  • Marian Gaborik led the Rangers in scoring against Original Six opponents last season with eight goals and 14 points
  • Brad Richards tallied 12 points against Original Six opponents last season, including a team-high, eight assists
  • Michael Del Zotto led all team defensemen in scoring with 10 points (four goals, six assists) against Original Six opponents last season
  • New York is 54-33-12 against Original Six teams since 2005-06, including a 20-7-2 mark vs. Boston over the span. The Rangers’ .606 win% ranks second, trailing Detroit (.651, 44-22-7), and ahead of Montreal (.602, 76-48-13), Chicago (.533, 35-30-11), Boston (.529, 64-56-20), and Toronto (.493, 58-60-19).

The Rangers and Bruins have been separated by one goal in 17 of their last 22 meetings, including six games that required extra time and five that went to the shootout, dating back to Mar. 24, 2007. Four of the other five games during the stretch were decided by two goals, while one was decided by three goals (3-0 win on Feb. 14, 2012 at BOS). New York is 10-5-2 in one-goal games against Boston over the span.


  • Ryan Callahan — 1 point from 200th NHL career
  • Steve Eminger — 4 points from 100th NHL career
  • Derek Stepan — 2 points from 100th NHL career


  • Michael Sauer (concussion, 12/5/11) — 2

Total Man-Games Lost: 2

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  1. so the Flyers are 0-3. Will the Rangers be 0-3 tonight?

    I expect a much different Rangers team than the first meeting. This should be great hockey.

  2. Good morning, boneheads!

    Time to win one, or at least to play like they’re ready to win one.

  3. Big game tonight that I see the Rangers winning. Too much top end talent and returning too strong of a D to get spanked.

    We’ve lost games to the teams that I believe will finish 1/2 in the East (Rangers taking 4th) while looking out of sync and largely piss-poor – doesnt mean our team went from Good –> Heinous overnight.

    I’d like to see he Jam on full display…. maybe Nash breaks someones face AND scores a goal?

  4. Miami Pimp

    Actually it would be 0-5. You forget to include Brad Marchand’s nose. That’s a whole team in itself!!

  5. Top 10 reason Rangers LOSE tonight…

    10. Not enough of The Kreider
    9. Too much of The Kreider
    8. Rupp loses a fight
    7. Tort doesn’t yell enough
    6. Richards can’t win any faceoffs in the defensive zone
    5. Horrendous PP
    4. Del Zasterous play by Del Zaster
    3. Hagelin takes an untimely penalty
    2. Lack of *focus* by Hank
    1. Bickel

  6. Too early in the season for fatigue. Henrik needs to get his head together. I hope that baby of his isnt keeping him awake at nights. If she is, it’s time to consider adoption!

  7. Get rid of the wife while he’s at it too. Wives and children come and go, winning lasts forever.

  8. *Updated* Top 10 reason Rangers LOSE tonight…

    10. Not enough of The Kreider
    9. Too much of The Kreider
    8. Rupp loses a fight
    7. Tort doesn’t yell enough
    6. Richards can’t win any faceoffs in the defensive zone
    5. Horrendous PP
    4. Del Zasterous play by Del Zaster
    3. Lack of *focus* by Hank
    2. Bickel
    1. *FATIGUE*

  9. Tiki et al. As Boris Lermontov would say: ” You cannot have it both ways. A dancer who relies upon the doubtful comforts of human love can never be a great dancer. Never.” Fortunately, John Tortorella is no Boris Lermontov…

  10. You’re right, Sally. I guess that list could be better.

    I am done editing the list. It wasn’t even fun the first time. Someone else can have a turn.

  11. *Updated* Top 10 reason Rangers LOSE tonight…

    10. Not enough of *The Kreider*
    9. Too much of *The Kreider*
    8. Rupp gets beat up
    7. They got no *JAM*
    6. *RIGGED*
    5. Horrendous PP
    4. No *Momentum*
    3. Lack of *focus* by Hank
    2. Bickel
    1. *FATIGUE*

  12. Doodie Machetto on

    I’m mostly vibin with that list, but there needs to be more mention of them being amateur-hour, bush-league, mickey mouse clowns.

  13. There is some talk, right now, about Luongo (Ave. Cap Hit of $5.33M through 2022). Apparently the Canucks are saying there is at least one team interested.

    Two interesting teams here that could be in play: Phlyers and Capitals. Both are potentially desperate but the Phlyers only have $811,106K in Cap Space so they would have to trade a LOT to get him in there. Caps are interesting because it would show they don’t believe in Holtby and they would set him back a long, long time.

    Also, anybody think the Devils make a move for Luongo here to have him when Fatso retires?

  14. You guys. I was just offered tickets to the game but I already am at work. This means I have no jersey. Are people going to think I’m a suit? Should I buy another jersey just for this evening? Or should I just be extra loud so it’s apparent I’m not just a suit.

  15. Rob in Beantown on

    If the Flyers sign Luongo what happens to Mistar Huumongous Big’s contact? How does that work?

  16. I assume they would have to move him, Rob. Apparently they are really trying to make this work. Looking at capgeek it’s hard to see how they actually make it work but I think, to our benefit, it would make them a much worse team.

  17. I mean, I totally agree, Doodie. That’s why I brought it up. It’s not me speculating. This is the Hockey Central folks discussing what they are hearing from inside sources (not Rod’s sources).

  18. Why give up anything of value for Luongo and take on his terrible deal when he’s a near lock to be a compliance buyout?

  19. *Updated* Top 10 reason Rangers LOSE tonight…

    10. Not enough of *The Kreider*
    9. *Amateur-Hour*, *Clown* style, *Bush-League* play
    8. Rupp(er) Gets Smacked in staged fight early
    7. They got no *JAM*
    6. *RIGGED*
    5. Horrendous PP
    4. No *Momentum*
    3. Lack of *focus* by Hank
    2. Bickel
    1. *FATIGUE*

  20. @NYDNRangers@ Expect Lundqvist in goal, Asham (mild groin strain) out, Bickel moved up to forward, Eminger in on D

  21. they lose tonight and a loss tomorrow is likely too….Rangers had the Flyers number big time last year, but they are due for a loss to them.

    translation – the first true “must win” game of the season tonight.

  22. 20. They want to be 0-3 for their showdown with the 0-3 Crud.
    19. Renney/Pearn/
    18. The Breakaway Contest After The Hockey Game Ends (BCATHGE).
    17. Gary Bettman.
    16. McDonagh is No Gomez.
    15. Sather.
    14. Brian Boyle (he and Fedostinko were blamed for everything last year, right?)
    13. $19.50 prime rib sandwiches.
    12. Torts has only one assistant coach.
    11. No Avery.

  23. Lol, exactly one year ago in January we had a heated discussion about Boyle/Fedotenko/Dime-a-dozen thingy. I forgot who it was….I suspect Rupp’s skating will be at center stage this year….

  24. Gravy, Bettman gets no on

    Pat Leonard ?@NYDNRangers
    Lundqvist: “One win can change a lot.” Like what will replace the Broadway Hat this season, if anything. Curious to see … #NYR

    26. No *Borsalino*

  25. *Updated* Top 10 reason Rangers LOSE tonight…

    10. Not enough of *The Kreider*
    9. *Amateur-Hour*, *Clown* style, *Bush-League* play
    8. *Dime-a-Dozen*
    7. They got no *JAM*
    6. *RIGGED*
    5. Horrendous PP
    4. No *Momentum*
    3. Lack of *focus* by Hank
    2. Bickel
    1. *FATIGUE*

  26. A synonym for dime a dozen is average. Boyle and Feds are average players at best. I dont think anyone can argue otherwise.

  27. Every time I see the word “Tiki”, I can’t help but think of Greg Brady wiping out on his surfboard on that Hawaiian beach, and that tarantula on the bed

  28. Boyle might produce like an average player but he has above-average potential, way above-average size and above-average skating ability thanks to Barb Underhill.

  29. Main Entry: *Dime a Dozen*
    Part of Speech: adjective
    Definition: very common or numerous
    *Synonyms*: cheap and commonplace, superabundant

  30. I think Boyle is what he is at this point in his career. Does have great size, but makes very little use of it as you’ve stated before Manny. Now Dubi’s a guy that knew how to use his body and frame to shield the puck. Skating, i’ll leave that to the master, Joe Micheletti.

    Joe Micheletti: “the Rangers are 0-2 because they didn’t skate, and the opposing teams skated. Tonight, if the Rangers skate, they win.”

  31. Stanger Nation on

    don’t forget the real reason for tonite’s loss – no time for new players to mesh so poor *chemistry*

  32. *Updated* Top 10 reason Rangers LOSE tonight…

    10. Not enough of *The Kreider*
    9. *Amateur-Hour*, *Clown* style, *Bush-League* play
    8. *Dime-a-Dozen*
    7. They got no *JAM*
    6. *RIGGED*
    5. No *Chemistry*
    4. No *Momentum*
    3. Lack of *Focus* by Hank
    2. Bickel
    1. *FATIGUE*

  33. Stanger Nation on

    Boyle is very solid 3rd line checking center who is very good on PK. He needs to get his skates sharpened, think he has fallen to ice every other shift this season.

    Feds looked good last night in the parts of game I caught. Miss him more than Prust, Artie and yes, Dubie (but not erixon, christiansen or the former AG)

  34. Top 10 reasons the rangers win tonight: (drum roll please).

    10. Duguay’s Hair
    9. The new hat made by Hugo Boss
    8. Rupp’s Skating Ability
    7. According to eric if rangers lose, season is over.
    6. Bickel playing forward on 4th line.
    5. Monster Nash with a hat trick
    4. Richards, Callahan, Hagelin and Boyle appear in a Jordache jeans commercial.
    3. Torts blows a gasket.
    2. Dolan shows up in locker room.
    1. The King

  35. Doodie Machetto on

    Prediction: NHL stops game midway through first period out of mercy to Rangers and their fans after falling behind 36-0.

  36. I miss Feds as well. Your hockey team cant have a roster full of superstars, you need players to do the dirty work. I like Boyle, he’s a nice role player.

  37. I will guarantee that deep down there are people here who think Jeff Woywitka would be an upgrade

  38. They’ll lose because they can’t feel their fingers or toes.

    Oh wait, that’s me.

    In all honesty they need a win so Hank doesn’t lose his mind and join Avery in fashion full time.

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  40. fantastic list, but I don’t get “dime-a-dozen” … dime-a-dozen what?

    thanks for the yucks.

  41. Wayne Simmonds calling Flyers game against us a must win for them. Interesting. Laviollette will be on the hot seat much quicker than Torts imo. Oh and a couple of Flyers fans are complaining about Fedotenko’s conditioning. Bet that wouldnt be an issue if he was a Ranger.




  44. In 6 hours, I’ll be watching hockey with a Long Trail Blackberry Wheat in my hand/face…. This makes me happy.

    No matter what Tiki says, Hank WILL stand on his head tonight. The alternative strikes me as impossible (not to say he’s been poor, but he’ll steal a game tonight).

    Gabby also gets on the board (fearless prediction but I expect to see the somewhat chippy Gabby tonight) thanks to a jam injection from Torts.

    Finally, McMonster gets on the board as well – not sure how, but I see the gifted one scoring.

    Now what I can’t figure out is…. who the hell puts Lukic on his assen?

  45. ~Tiki didnt say anything negatively about Heinie Lundqvist. Tiki expects Heinie Lundqvist to shut them down tonight. Tiki thinks Heinie has shut the bruins down for most of his career~

  46. ~Speaking of your sore eyes, Carl… when are u going to meet Salll? She’s a sight for sore eyes~

  47. Gravy, Bettman gets no on

    Carp, you do have some great regular posters here (and by no means am I including myself in that group). It is one of the things, along with your straightforward analysis and interaction with the readers/posters, that made me stick around.

  48. it’s the crazy, passionate, nutty, funny maniacs that make this place what it is, Gravy.

    Tiki, can’t wait. She’s going to buy me a Baby Buffalo Chicken Sangwich.

  49. I imagine it will be the True Professional since it’s an exclusive game. Plus Milbury and Roenick and Pierre, et al.

  50. Kenny Albert Rules! on

    The NY Post reports that the Rangers will return to wearing their Heritage jerseys at Madison Square Garden against Original Six opponents.

  51. Hey Carp. I think you meant to post something for Dudley in here but it got put in the super double @secret@ place.

  52. yeah, that’s not exactly one of those “Post Exclusives” Kenny. Been known for a while. … also for all Sundays, or Sunday matinees or something like that.

    Manny, I work in the dashboard, so I see all comments as they come in, no matter what thread … also see all the spam, and you would not believe how much of that crap gets blocked or how bad some of it is …

  53. I think it’s been @too long@, you should have *met* already. Im ~fatigued~ from waiting. Indeed, it shall be the ~True Professional~. ~Tiki did not realize this was an NBCSN exclusive~

  54. Wow. I have never, ever felt so badly for anyone, Carp. I’m really sorry. I will stop trying out test fonts in other random threads…

  55. Dudley, that’s actually a pretty good prediction. Gaborik always likes to compete with Chara, his buddy. Usually does fine in those games.

    Manny, you suckered me into commenting on an old thread. Good job. I see you’ve got our little Salll over there, too.

  56. Don’t forget about Latona and Wicky. That’s the “International Logging Co., Inc., LLC, PC, Corp.”

  57. Youse guys all know that I already staked out my spot on lower Broadway for the parade. This is gonna be a loooong and hungry Winter if I sit here all half-season and we don’t end up wining the whole shebang. Willing to take bids for my spot here. Stop by to see me on B’Way and Rector… I’ll be the Fat Guy with blue frostbitten toes. They look like my kids’ blueberry icepops

  58. Wow. Some of you guys should stop by that blog and tell him how much you make fun of Brodeur over here, and exactly how beloved he is.

    Fat Guy, maybe they’ll have that parade win or lose (or Bettman Bonus Point).

  59. Ike Davis got $15,000 per home run last year. Jason Bay got $2,062,000 per dinger. Rupp got $130,000 per fight; Bickel $62,500 per; Prust $40,000.

  60. Does anyone know if the team has a creepy victory fedora this season? We certainly wouldn’t know after the way they played the first two games..I hope to God that it isn’t the same hat from last year. If that thing didn’t disintegrate by now it could probably give someone botulism by now..

  61. if they win tonight we still might not know, because NBC will go right to Milbury and Roenick. … though I’m sure it will be tweeted.

  62. they used to use the red dot ont he puck so the casual observer could follow the play? They should put a red dot on Mike and JR’s foreheads to show brain activity so we know when one of these two idiots is using it

  63. Rob in Beantown on

    I would also like to know what our victory song this year is. I still like “Good Feeling,” but is it too played out? There’s always the Rangers Victory Song….

  64. Hey fat guy – My office overlooks the steps of City Hall. You can always just join me in my conference room for an awesome view and free food and stuff.

  65. Fat Guy – 100 of us can pool our money for that parade spot you’re holding. :-) Sorry – twinkie defense.

  66. Exactly. Only twice as arrogant, and thinks he’s smarter than everybody including Matt Millen. Plus Millen never beat up a fan with his own shoe.

  67. Manny – Can I sleep in your office until the parade, in case my wife kicks me out like Mrs. Madison? You know, blue toes don’t go over well during sexy time

  68. Your parade, Manny’s “conference room” reading material, Sally hanging out in old threads, coos talking about Milbury being a dentist … what am I NOT laughing at?

  69. Rob in Beantown on

    Does anybody know if NBC Sports follows normal blackout rules? I’d way rather watch Doc and Pierre than the Broons crew

  70. I’m missing all that *g(j)ibberish*, @DAMMIT@

    Also I lost the link to the ^logging^ place….Bummer…Sally, can you text it to me?

  71. I don’t even know what this logging thing/place is.

    but, yes, you are missing some classic j(g)ibberish on other threads.

  72. Everyone who attended Torts’ dog walks will get multiple, but limited chances to redeem themselves on ice.

  73. so half a bathroon is actually like Ray Lewis’ future prison cell?

    OOOHHH!!! Is this thing on?

  74. I’m sure Flyers will play physical game tonight, Rangers have no remedy for it, so I still predict 0-4 before first win on Saturday.

  75. Yes Fat Guy – My office is shockingly huge so go ahead and move in! I was considering adding a *breakfast nook* . Perhaps we can replace that with a Murray Bed for you?

  76. question. if for some reason we blow it this season and tank, will we even be able to get a top draft pick or was it traded in the deal for nash?

  77. Doodie Machetto on

    Wow. I missed a lot in the hour and a half I was gone.

    And I feel like a bush league clown for not being included in hidden threads.

  78. Boyle, when attacked by Carkner, turtled and, seeing Dubinsky jump in, sang the Turtle song to Carkner: “It ain’t me you’re lookin’ for, babe.”

  79. Are they (MSG) televising this game tonight or not. I can’t find out via the TV listings……anyone know the situation here along with the Channel?

  80. Manny – Thank you for the invite, but I’d prefer a murphy bed. I fancy myself like Dudley Moore in Arthur

  81. A Murray bed is what Al Molinaro slept in at Oscar’s apartment when his wife threw him out.

  82. It’s official. Scott Gomez is a Shark.

    @ByKevinAllen@ Scott Gomez signs with San Jose Sharks.

  83. Sweaters are for rich fans. I myself just go for straight up body paint. Who can afford a Sweater these days?

  84. Doodie Machetto on

    How am I going to intentionally vomit on a little girl if I might get said vomit on my suit?

  85. Doodie, I’m without a jersey tonight too. It just feels wrong. I’m going to have to be extra loud to compensate.

  86. Seriously though. Sweaters are stupid expensive. So I never wear one because I would intentionally vomit on myself if I bought one. Because I’m too poor for that kind of purchase. Might get a nylon based knockoff though.

    Great point though Doodie. Don’t vomit on your suit intentionally. Especially if you’re going to sleep in it and wear it to work tomorrow.

  87. The only sweater I have I bought in Prague. I proceeded to have “Callahan” and an “A” stitched on at MSG.

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