Game 6: Rangers 1, Capitals 0 … post-game notes & quotes

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Courtesy of the NYR:

NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES
Eastern Conference Quarterfinal, Game 6
Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
Rangers 1, Capitals 0

Team Notes:

–        The Rangers defeated the Washington Capitals, 1-0, today at Madison Square Garden, in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series. The series is now tied at three games apiece.

–        New York has posted a record of 211-229-8 overall in postseason action, including a 119-88-2 mark at home.

–        This was the 12th time in franchise history the Rangers posted a 1-0 victory in the postseason, and is the third time Henrik Lundqvist backstopped a 1-0 playoff win.

–        Each of the last five games have been decided by one goal, including two that required overtime.

–        The Blueshirts did not allow a power play against in the contest, improving to 3-0 in the playoffs when not allowing a power play goal.

–        The Rangers won 27-45 faceoffs (60%) in the contest, led by Derek Stepan’s game-high, 11 faceoff wins (11-16, 69%).

–        With the win, Head Coach John Tortorella moved into fourth place on the Rangers’ all-time playoff wins list, passing Mike Keenan with his 17th postseason victory behind the Blueshirts’ bench.

Player Notes:

–        Henrik Lundqvist made 27 saves to post his seventh career playoff shutout, and improved to 28-33 in 61 career postseason contests. He is now 8-3 in his last 11 playoff games at Madison Square Garden, posting a 1.92 goals against average, .920 save percentage and two shutouts over the span. Lundqvist is now tied with Dave Kerr for second on the Rangers’ all-time playoff shutouts list.

–        Derick Brassard notched a goal to extend his point streak to four games (two goals, five assists over the span), and won 8-14 faceoffs (57%) in 19:48 of ice time. He leads the Rangers and is tied for seventh in the league in playoff scoring with seven points.

–        John Moore tallied his first career playoff point with an assist and logged 12:19 of ice time.

–        Mats Zuccarello recorded an assist and was credited with two hits in 20:55 of ice time. He has now tallied four assists in the last four games.

–        Michael Del Zotto was credited with a team-high, five hits, along with two blocked shots in 21:35 of ice time.

–        Anton Stralman registered a team-high, four blocked shots in 21:57 of ice time.

Post-Game Quotes:

–        John Tortorella on Game 7…

“You make your legacy as a player in these types of situations. A number of our guys last year had a blast playing in these games. Some guys handle it and some guys don’t, but that’s what you play for, to get yourself in this type of situation and see what type of character you have, as a player, individually and as a team.”

–        Henrik Lundqvist on Game 7 in Washington…
“If you lose two in overtime, you’re close.  It’s just a bounce and you win it, so we know we can do it.  We have to play a really hard and smart game.  I feel like they always come a little harder in their home building, but we can build on this one.  From the get-go we did all the things we talked about – forechecked, played physical.  It was fun.”

–        Ryan McDonagh on playing at Madison Square Garden…
“It’s humongous. To see them recognizing blocked shots and hits and second efforts, that’s what you appreciate a lot. We are trying to score goals and get pucks through and shoot the puck, but they’re a similar roster, blocking a lot of shots like we are trying to do. It’s a pretty back and forth game and we were able to come out on top.”

Team Schedule:

–        The Rangers will return to action when they face-off against the Washington Capitals tomorrow, May 13, at Verizon Center (8:00 p.m.), in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal matchup. The game will be televised live on MSG Network, and can be heard on ESPN 98.7.

 

 

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  1. Painful to witness tonight, even with the win. Happy to endure same tomorrow if it results in a win.

  2. painful about Tiger/Sergio, though, Stemmer. Thanks for the updates.

    stuart, I can take your incoherent babble, but watch the language.

  3. Carp
    heard the question Torts skipped
    during press conference replay
    something about
    what do you mean by how the players
    handle themselves on the ice?

    sheeeeeeeeeeeeesh!!
    i’ve heard better questions on TMZ
    how do some of these people get credentials?

  4. Carp

    Sergio’s meltdown was truly Biblical in proportion. Move over, Tin Cup. Sad. How he recovers from that I do not know.

  5. While Green was flossing Dorsett’s teeth with his stick that POS Ribiero tripped him on his way back to the bench to count his chiclets…..he needs to get racked up or a good beating…Dorsett should oblige.

  6. Norm Merton on

    E3, thanks for the MZA explanation if you’re still there. Feeling hip now. Me, I go with Zoo and Zuch and Zucchini to avoid the spelling issue.

  7. Camille The Eel on

    Has there been a more dramatic fall, in as short a time, from status as a top 25 player in the league (according to the Hockey News last year) to the level to which #19 has been reduced today?

  8. carp, told you tiger would win the tournament over Sergio. Sergio with the major choke job.

  9. Regular Season Here on

    Hey. Isn’t this series over?

    NYR = 3-1-2 for 8 points.
    WAS = 3-3 for 6 points.

  10. by the way, this team could go far in the playoff if they only knew how to score goals. I’ve never been so frustrated watching the rangers trying to score goals than I am with this team, it’s ridiculous.

  11. Norm Merton on

    Mr. Del Zotto, Esq. has proved himself many times over, especially for such a young player, and needs no abuse from full-grown bears.

  12. Richards should spend some time in South Beach and seek the assistance of ARod medical professional type during the off-season.

  13. bull dog line on

    Stepan played another 23 easy minutes against a bunch of 3rd liners again.

  14. See everyone,

    I told you that these clowns would go down like the Hindenburg.

    See you next season.

  15. Old man regan who knows nothing of hockey has this observation.., “why do the capitals get to beat this Rick Nash fellow!”

  16. Admiral Akbar on

    Class act by Gabby wishing his old teammates well in tomorrow’s game.

  17. Richards played only 9:23 today vs !8:23 in game 5.

    A clear case of less is more!

  18. Rob in Beantown on

    Zucc has another last name (Mats Zuccarello Aasen) that I guess he doesn’t usually go by. Hence MZA

  19. Lloyd Braun on

    would love for the Rangers to win a game comfortably to spare me the literally incessant agita I’ve had since the calendar hit May

  20. He also said Richards is so hard on himself he has become a “mental nutcase.” Direct quote.

  21. Normie, with MDZ, I call it like I see them, when I see it.

    When he’s good I give credit, when he’s bad I discredit and most times I lay-off.

    Unfortunately this year, there has been a lot more bad than good.

    I’d love to sing his praises for the next 10 years. It would really be my pleasure.

    Its really nothing personal, I want the kid to do well.

  22. Heard a great quote from a fan at MSG after the game: when the Rangers win you don’t feel happy just relieved.

  23. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Norm – no worries..

    Bull dog – agreed on stepan. He turns away from more checks than any player I’ve ever seen. That includes: Nedved, Richards, and Ratelle…no beef with Ratelle – he had other talents… Hitting just wasnt one of them…

  24. every game in this series has ended in chaos, it’s unbelievable. To be honest, I don’t think my heart to take another round of rangers hockey.

  25. E3 predicts Holtby will plotz in his crease…can the zamboni clean that up?

  26. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Had Jean Ratelle been more careful flagging a cab, the rangers would have won the cup in 71-72.

  27. Norm Merton on

    Mr. Bear, I admit I have MDZ blinders on — I love how he plays the game, how he is willing to take a chance to make play. I think he’s our best passer overall, though Brassard and Zoo may have taken over there. I’m more inclined to forgive his lapses.

  28. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Brassard is my favorite player with The Clowe sidelined. I think #29 won’t be back till October.

  29. Admiral Akbar on

    They’ve got to get that power play in order – Hank will not pitch a shutout tomorrow in DC.

  30. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    MDZ is best when he’s physical. He laid that dude out early in the first. And that great no look elbow to Neal’s jaw in the 2nd of back to back”s with Pittsburgh was priceless.

  31. Admiral Akbar on

    MDZ also has a nasty streak.

    Just ask Chris (Teflon) Neil, and Perrault in this game.

  32. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    AA – Agreed on Dorsett. He doesn’t play around. That lil pit bull is ferocious.

  33. Oates should stop complaining about the penalties. WSH took committed at least ten more infractions than the game report shows, and NYR were actually very disciplined tonight. Other than Callahan on Hillen and Dorsett’s possible slew foot, I can’t really remember any other non-calls.

  34. Admiral Akbar on

    If the rangers had an even mediocre power play, this series would be over by now.

  35. Carp, he’ll be looking for work while living luxuriously on the Ranger Dole.

  36. Admiral Akbar on

    I was happy to see 2 defensemen on the points in the two third period pp’s.

    I hate that forward at the point stuff…

    But if Torts HAS to use a forward at the point, why not Stepan? Nobody sees the ice better.

  37. Caps players are very ugly visage wise. Many other teams have this same problem. Our team is handsome. I do not want any Ribieros, Chimeras, Lucics, Marchands, Kunitzes, Malkins, etc. ’round here.

  38. Llatona is right. The Caps got away with a lot, even though they got called for 5 tonight. Rangers were VERY disciplined thanks to leadership from guys like Boyle.

    How flipping awesome is that Senators / Penguins series going to be? Really hope we’re still alive while that occurs.

  39. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Better for the rangers to play tomorrow. Green has a lovely headache. Finally, we will win a game 7 on the road.

  40. Admiral Akbar on

    Papa,

    Who will be looking for work, Ricahrds?

    I think he will be around next season. He will get a mulligan for this season, but will be scrutinized next season.

  41. Dr. Boyle helped Green with his headache in the post-game scrum, no charge.

  42. Newer players are in awe of the Garden crowd. They should have been here years ago if they wanted to hear noise.

  43. Ribiero still a POS….can’t say it enough

    Can we use Ribiero like we use Carcillo and Cooke???

  44. Admiral Akbar on

    The Garden crowd may not be the loudest, but it is certainly one of the most intense. Lots of tension in the crowd. Very similar to Red Sox.

  45. Paul in sunrise on

    BRich with the save of the game. Next he will be doing geico commercials.

  46. Notice that in games that are not this tense at the end, Torts, if he sniffs pugnacity, often has his Martial Arts group on the ice to prevent just what happened tonight.

  47. Admiral Akbar on

    A Ribeiro is a small, more rounded Carcillo. But neither is as bad as a Cooke.

  48. Tom Foolery on

    I think Rod Brind’Amour belongs on the homely list.
    Crowd was not great today. Better in games 3 & 4. I blame the odd start time.

  49. And by tension, Admiral means hypertension.

    Lea(f/ve)s have shown a surprising amount of creativity in the offensive zone tonight. I haven’t watched much of them this season, but don’t remember such play being part of their game.

  50. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    I’ve developed some hate for the craps. They are a dirty team. That Ward push on Dorsett was a dangerous play. Dorsett just missed sliding thru Hank’s skate.

  51. I absolutely hate the Caps more than any other team in the NHL. All the years of playoff series have gotten to me.

  52. Wonder if it’s the prices and all the corporate suits in attendance or if the new Garden renovations swallows noise. Or both.??

  53. bull dog line on

    is it safe to say that the number 1 need in the off season will be a Dman who can run the power play?

  54. Ovies shove of a defenseless Girardi into the boards with a late cross-check to the hip was pretty filthy and dangerous.

  55. I think we need a physical D-Man. I don’t know if he has to be PP oriented (because nothing has solved this one). But we really need one.

    I know Zucc had two stupid plays during the 5-on-3 but I really think Topo Gigio completely gets the idea of a PP and I would let him and Moore QB my #1 unit next season.

  56. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Leafs need a win on home ice. I think their last win was at Maple leaf Gardens on Church St. back in 74 with B. Salming getting the GWG.

  57. Ovechkin is a dangerous player. The guy leaves his skates to hit people in the head a few times per season. He’s over the line.

  58. I think either McDonuts or Moore can handle the PP. (Just me.) So long as there is no Richards. Feel bad constantly denigrating him, but he never invites me to his waterfront estate in the Hamptons.

  59. bull dog line on

    I don’t mean a guy who can handle it. I mean a guy who can really run it. what MDZ was supposed to do.

  60. Nice of Gabby to give a shout out to the boys. His girlfriend moved to Columbus? She must be the real deal. :) ————>

  61. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny – I think Brassard is our PP QB of the future with Moore on the other point. Zucchini down low.

  62. NBCSPORTS advertising the start of the Stanley Cup Semi-Finals this week. Somebody in marketing didn’t do their job.

  63. I don’t see Brassard as a PP QB on the blue line. I know he scored from there today but I think he’s more of a middle of the ice guy if they run a 2-1-2 or modified overload of sorts (don’t know what else to call it, wicky?). I love Zucc out on the point because that guy can flat out distribute the puck.

    Good thing we aren’t in charge, eh eddie?

  64. bull dog line on

    maybe the Rangers should have kept Gabby, and traded Nash back to Columbus for the 3 guys they got back.

  65. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Brassard continues to lead the team in scoring. Doodie, however, still not convinced it was a good trade.

  66. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny – we are in charge. Zucchini has no shot from the point. We seen Brassard rip quite a few since he’s been here. I think Brassard is a better passer too.

  67. Norm Merton on

    Nash needs to bring more o’ that A game tomorrow. He and Brassard know what it takes, what it means to win tough playoff games now (I hope). Nash has proven himself otherwise with his gold medals, but Brassard has not — game 7 a huge opportunity for him to back up all that early promise.

  68. I think Brassard is a VERY inconsistent forward and, as we have seen, has the propensity to be a prima donna. Without the trade hype and the playoff hype I don’t know if he’s happy with an actual role on a hockey team. So I would like to see how that aspect plays out before giving him elite status.

  69. Stranger Nation on

    Back from MSG – now I know why they give you towels – to chew on during PP, to cover your eyes when Richards is on the ice, to cry into when the refs miss another obvious penalty…
    Pedestrian Sunday aft crowd which had the lights turned on high and Pit Bull on the speakers to take any old school Ranger vibe out of the building
    This one was all about McD, Stralman, Hags, Cally, Step, Brassard, Doreset and Pie-hat – yes, flippin Pie-hat played like he woke up like Rip Van Winkle from a 54 game slumber. That hit in the corner in the 1st period was outrageous,m needs to do that 5x a game
    Other than that…
    PP sucks
    Richards sucks
    Boyle cannot receive a pass

    tomorrow is another day…lets go rangers!!

  70. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Bulldog – that trade may the biggest fleece job since the bruins took Middleton and gave us Hodge.

  71. Stranger Nation on

    why no moore moore on PP?

    Torts is an enigma wrapped around a question mark lost in a labyrinth of uncertainty across a chasm into the abyss…

  72. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny / you’ve been listening to doodie too much. Brassard is the best player this series besides Hank. Get on board soon, as that bus is filling up in a hurry.

  73. Stranger Nation on

    Manny – why do you hate on Bros-hard? Not getting the arm chair psycho-babble

  74. Puck and Gavel ruled Manny GUILTY of independent thinking, and sentenced him to one playoff series wearing the Gabby-goggles.

  75. Totally agree that Brassard is the best Rangers Forward in this series. He has been exceptional. That PP goal he scored in game 3 was insanity. Beautiful. I’m just questioning Brassard ability to do this throughout an entire [Torts] season. He has had issues in the past. He was drafted very high and has enormous potential. Would love him to fulfill it.

    Stepan and Hagelin have both been awesome as well.

  76. Like the girl on the AT&T commercial
    “you want Moore, but your parents don’t let you….we want Moore, we want Moore”

  77. Stranger Nation on

    Nash looks like he needs his diaper changed

    Ddi start throwing his body around in second half of game. The more he does that, the better he will play

  78. No! I don’t hate Brassard. I LIKED the Gaborik trade. I thought the return was great. I loved John Moore from the get go. Dorsett filled the biggest void on this team for me (Prust) and Brassard I was saying is a legitimate #2 Center that can fall back as a #3 Center. He’s a quality player.

    ONLY question with him is his work ethic.

  79. Hedberg, aren’t the Original Six Sweaters simply awesome? None of the others remotely compare.

  80. Stranger Nation on

    At the end of the game, the Rangers and Boyle could have taken the series to a new level if he started pounding someone – Caps had their Offensive players out there (i.e. no punchers) and if ever there was a time to send a message, that was it.
    Instead he straddles him like some drunk prom date..whatever…

  81. Love Rangers, Leafs, Hawks, Wings, starting to become ok with the habs, never liked the bruins. Uniforms that is. But yes best in NHL. A newer one that is ok is the kings now.

  82. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny – unless you say Brassard is your favorite player, I will punch you in the face.

  83. I can tolerate the some of the WHA uniforms too. When Edmonton and Calgary wear their throwbacks, it’s pretty cool.

    2-0 Leafs.

  84. Hedberg, I agree that the Bruins have the worst of the lot.

    Old Winnipeg Jets and Quebec Nordiques were sweet too.

  85. Brassard is my *favorite* player!

    He does allow me to bring back the Hartford Whalers by screaming BRASS BONANZA when he scores.

  86. Quebec Nordiques sweaters were so great.

    I think my favorite sweater in the NHL is the Rangers 3rds. Heritage Sweaters forever.

  87. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    SNation – Ribero kicked green in the head as he fell to the ice. I replayed that about 6 times and felt better each time….

  88. Admiral Akbar on

    Also love the Liberty sweaters!

    Even the white Ranger liberty sweaters were cool

  89. Anything goofy pisses me off, Akbar. Sharks, Penguins, Panthers, Nashville, Phoenix.. the list goes on..

  90. Went to game 5 for warm ups, gave a quick shout to the Hobbit and pointed to my 10 yr old son next to me, he proceeds to flip a puck from 20ft out right into my hand 6 rows up. He made a fan for life with a young fan. Cool

  91. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Hedberg – beautiful story. I have a feeling the Hobbit will score one tomorrow.

  92. Please don’t punch me in the face, eddie!

    Those are all horrible. Yellow is the WORST color for a Jersey.

  93. Admiral Akbar on

    I think black sucks for a hockey jersey.

    Unless you’re the LA Kings. Their jersey is sick!

  94. Jets are n were pretty good. Quebec’s were great how about the Atlanta now Calgary flames? Pretty good. Worst and most hated team easily the Flyers..any of the jerseys. A HM for bad was the green n red devils, looks like a bull sitting on the couch with it’s legs crossed. A little better replacing green for black

  95. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny – I will punch anyone in the face that says Brassard is not their fav player.

  96. I met most of the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2008-2009.. Marty St. Louis is a helluva nice guy. He recommended some super good chicken wings to me and signed plenty of gear. Vinny Lecavalier, on the other hand, what a cookehole..

  97. Brassard Bus Full. Eddie 3xs at the wheel. Manny hopped in the last seat.

    All Aboard !

  98. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Latona – cool beans. I shook Richter’s hand as he was going into the garden…. That, and I am mark messier.

  99. Zetterberg is AWESOME. Says in pre-game interview that Detroit needs to get off to a good start, and he scores right away. Great player.

  100. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    If rangers, leafs, wings win – I think I’m 7-1….can’t remember if I had pens or fish and I can’t find a link to the contest.

  101. Ovechkin takes steroids- little to no doubt in my mind. The whole superhuman size, strength, speed thing, and just his demeanor and behavior out there. I think he stopped for awhile and restarted middle of this year. And his behavior should be a youtube of roid rage.

  102. Think about if Middleton for Hodge never happened. Would have had a Hall of Fame right wing on the late 70s early 80s teams which were already contenders.

  103. Nice to see Sam didn’t miss any posts (Ping!) today… Of course, probably because there were none?

  104. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Papa – how can you not love a player like Brassard? He enjoys playing….always smiling, makes big plays, totally clutch, and he wears #16!!!!

  105. Hey 4 in a row, once saw Tim Kerr score 4 on us in the playoffs, maybe the worst loss I saw. Carp u know what yr that was?

  106. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Latona – I still haven’t washed that hand. And unless you say Brassard is your favorite player I will face wash you with same.

  107. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Matteau – imagine Middleton and Duguay’s hair flowing as the came in on a two on one…..:)

  108. I met Mike Piazza in the Garden Elevator at a Ranger Game they day he signed his deal with the Mets. He was with a blond who does the weather forecast on ABC TV . :)

  109. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Latona – guess where that hand is right now? Believe me, you don’t want a face wash.

  110. Just give me some Pinot first, eddie. (enjoying a very nice one from the Finger Lakes right now).

  111. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    I thought piazza was gay? Not that it matters. Besides, Duguay is pretty.

  112. Eddie – the blonde Papa is referring to is Piazza’s long time partner, Sam Champion. A Man.

  113. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    My two fav gay guys are Ace and Gary:

    “What are you looking at?”

    “Nothing”

  114. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny – we are tight with their winemaker. In fact at his daughter’s B-day yesterday…

  115. He may be gay, he may be straight. He was happy that day after signing his contract.

    Manny, true story on Piazza at the Garden, kidding though on the blonde.Flyer game. He was with his agent and father, who is a big Flyer fan.

  116. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny – should you and Mrs. Manny ever come out this way… We will some good tasting… And I will punch you in the face.

  117. Eddie – That would be fantastic. Especially the punch in the face. Check out my new favorite clothing at http://www.violentgentlemen.com/ You have to wear one when you punch me in the face.

    Matteau! – NO. If Ribeiro posted here I would have to find a new blog because the smell of cologne and the pounding techno would really drive me away.

  118. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    As good as our Reds are, we have been drinking primarily chards and champagne of late…

  119. The night I proposed to my wife I ordered us a lovely Blanc’ d’ Blanc at the restaurant to be surprise delivered.

  120. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Papa – piazza loved to assume the catcher’s position even on off days :)

  121. I edit “deliveryman” to “deliveryperson” in a never-ending quest to achieve gender neutrality and form a lot of compound words.

  122. Looked like a Richards pass on the point for Anaheim on the Wing’s short hander

  123. Here’s an amazing stat which I’m sure Eddie was going to tell us at some point: Rangers are unbeaten in games in which they’ve outscored opponent.

  124. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    Manny/Matteau – you’d both agree that by winning game 7, the team that scores more earns that right, yes?

  125. It’s partially scoring more goals than the other team and partially allowing less goals than the other team, eddie. It’s really a two-part system.

  126. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    I didnt feel good all day…. Nervous and not optimistic. But now I feel good. The hockey gods would have frowned today if at all…. That scrum at the end was perfect way to start game 7.

  127. Eddie to Manny: “When you come out, we’ll have a blast – all night drinking fine wines, loud music, primo chronic, then fighting and torrid sex.”

    Manny: “Sounds real. What should I wear?”

    Edie: “Don’t matter, it’s only you and me.”

  128. I’m not offended. Sounds like a great time. Just two guys enjoying a quality merlot.

  129. Eddie Eddie Eddie on

    I have a big poster of Duguay on my wall we can gaze at…. He is very pretty.

  130. That would be great, eddie. I heard if you gaze long enough the patterns on his blazers become emblazoned on your soul.

  131. You guys are hilarious. Going to bed, see youse tomorrow. I’ll leave you with this prediction: if in game 7 Hank lets in fewer goals than Holtby then for sure we’ll win the series. Goodnight.

  132. Our schedule was always in the Catholic Athletic League. We ate unleavened bread and drank holy water.

  133. Matteau, your vowels outnumber your consonants. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Sleep well. :)

  134. Best review I ever read: ‘Last night, the Boston Philharmonic played Mahler’s Symphony Number Six and lost.’

  135. Gravy, Just Gravy on

    Manny, I think SN said something negative about Boyle a few posts back.

  136. Stranger Nation on

    Love Dorset playing tonite and no Richards

    Nash looks like Pie-hat is giving him skating tips

    Stralman played great today – I take everything bad I ever said about him back, until the next time he effs up.

    Bros-hard – 2nd Star, Dorset 3rd Star – wonder where we would be without that trade?

    tomorrow is going to be fun – expect good things!

  137. Stranger Nation on

    Gravy – I said Boyle can’t receive a pass and could have pounded someone at the end of game but chose not to.

    Could have added he should not be on the 1st PP unit and is slow in D zone.

  138. That’s it, Stranger. Now I Have to punch you in the mouth. I won’t like it, because I like you, but I have to do it.

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