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  1. Retire Brad Park's #2 on

    Great game.

    We haven’t had a poised backup like Cam Talbot since….

    I can’t remember when.

  2. Retire, Girardi chased the puck above the circle, slid and missed it. McDonagh slid across the crease and missed the pass to Kane. Nobody on Kane except Talbot. Awful, awful, awful.

  3. Richie’s late icing was rather un- veteran like if I may say so. He can be very jumpy for a Civil War veteran.

  4. ZzZz NYR ZzZz©" ChUmpCag-O-blows Bigshmucks!!!"...says Greg L. on

    Chicago blew it , blew it big time.

    Someone tell Olga that Chicago sucks!! Never mention that INFERIOR team on this blog again.

  5. Stranger Nation on

    should anyone have received an assist on Nash’s goal?

    He comes into the zone on Step’s blind pass, shoots the puck, it caroms off Hawk’s Dman into corner, Nash goes into corner, retrieves puck by himself, wheels around into slot and wrists a shot under goalies’ arm.

    Seems more like an unassisted goal to me

  6. Rob, they had a thing on the scoreboard during a TV timeout, acknowledging all the Olympians, starting the Blackhawks, then went from those who won nothing on up based on the medals won. Rammer and Nash were last. It was nice. Didn’t get much reaction, though Callahan was politely cheered.

  7. iWicky "Frag Out!!!" on

    I agree, not sure how anyone got assists on Nash’ goal.

    Step…ummm overrated is all I’ll say.

  8. iWicky "Frag Out!!!" on

    If the nucks are dumb enough to trade us Kesler for step, we should be all over that!!!

  9. From Larry Brooks:

    “The Post has learned the difference between the parties is minimal (at most), with the Blueshirts finally having closed in on Girardi’s original asking price of six years at approximately $5.5 million per that would be a slam-dunk get on the free-agent market.

    But Girardi, who is believed to have first proposed this deal in November, has not indicated he’s willing now to sign at those terms. Perhaps the defenseman has changed his mind, or increased his price with the proximity to free agency.

    Or perhaps Girardi and Callahan, who were first teammates in 2002-03 for the OHL Guelph Storm and whose wives are close, have decided to hit the open market together and sign with the same team in July if they can’t both get their asking prices to remain in New York.”

    If Girardi indeed raised his asking price because of advisement from Callahan, then I think this makes Callahan the worst Captain in Rangers history.

    If Girardi thinks he is so great then trade him.

    Rangers really need to think hard who to give captaincy to before giving it out.

    But really Girardi and Callahan are overrated by most Rangers fans and are flawed players and trading them for a good return is not a bad idea, the only problem is that the return is not going to be great because to all GMs it is apparent that they are strictly rentals and they would have minimal chance of re-signing them after a playoff run, because both will likely sign with Buffalo.

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