Game 6: Canadiens at Rangers tonight (8 p.m.) … pre-game notes


Pre-game notes courtesy of the NYR:
Thursday, May 29, 8:00 p.m. ET
Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
Rangers: 11-8 (3-2)*
Canadiens: 10-6 (2-3)*

* Record in the playoffs (record in the series)

The Rangers will face off against the Montreal Canadiens at Madison Square Garden (8:00 p.m. ET — TV: NBC Sports Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7), in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference Finals matchup. The Blueshirts lead the best-of-seven series, three games to two, following the Canadiens’ 7-4 victory in Game 5 on Tuesday at Bell Centre. New York enters the contest with a 224-241-8 record all-time in 473 playoff contests (125-93-2 at home; 99-148-6 on the road).
The Rangers entered the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs as the second seed in the Metropolitan Division, having posted a 45-31-6 record (20-17-4 at home; 25-14-2 on the road) for 96 points. The Blueshirts are one of four teams, along with Detroit, Pittsburgh, and San Jose, to make the playoffs in eight of the last nine years.

The Rangers and Canadiens are meeting in the playoffs for the 15th time, and the first time since the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals in 1996. The Rangers have posted a 7-7 playoff series record against Montreal, and are 28-36-2 in 66 playoff contests against the Canadiens following Game 5. New York has faced off in more playoff series against Montreal than any NHL opponent, and has now faced the Canadiens in at least one playoff series in seven out of the last nine decades.

RANGERS vs. CANADIENS (Regular Season):
• All-Time: 192-324-94-4 overall (127-124-54-1 at home; 65-200-40-3 on the road)
• 2013-14: New York was 1-1-1 overall (0-1-0 at home; 1-0-1 on the road). All three contests were separated by two goals or fewer, and two games were separated by one goal. The Rangers allowed two goals or fewer in every contest, giving up a total of three goals in the three games. Cam Talbot posted his first career NHL shutout against Montreal on Nov. 16, while Brad Richards and Derek Stepan each tallied an assist against the Canadiens during the season. The Blueshirts’ penalty kill was 10-11 (90.9%) in the three contests.
• New York was 20-17-4 at home during the regular season (5-4 in the playoffs); Montreal was 23-15-3 on the road (5-3 in the playoffs)
• New York lists three former Canadiens on its roster: Dominic Moore (2009-10); Benoit Pouliot (2009-10 – 2010-11); Raphael Diaz (2011-12 – 2013-14)
• Montreal lists two former Rangers on its roster: Brandon Prust (2009-10 – 2011-12); Dale Weise (2010-11)
• Rangers’ defenseman Ryan McDonagh was originally selected by the Canadiens as a first round choice, 12th overall, in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft
• Rangers’ Head Coach Alain Vigneault served as the Canadiens’ coach from 1997-98 – 2000-01
• Henrik Lundqvist – 27 GP, 13-11-2, 2.84 GAA, 1 SO
• Martin St. Louis – 49 GP, 18-22—40
• Brad Richards – 40 GP, 9-14—23
• Dominic Moore – 28 GP, 4-13—17
• Dan Girardi – 28 GP, 3-6 —9
• Power Play: The Rangers were 1-7 (10:59) in Game 5 at Montreal. The Blueshirts are tied for ninth in the NHL overall (11-77, 14.3%), and are 15th at home (3-34, 8.8%) in the playoffs. They have allowed three shorthanded goals in the playoffs: 5/7 vs. PIT (Sutter); 5/17 at MTL (Eller); 5/27 at MTL (Desharnais – EN). The Rangers have tallied a power play goal in five of their last eight games (8-33; 24.2%), and are 5-22 (22.7%) on the power play in the series. New York ranked 15th in the NHL overall (48-264, 18.2%), and 24th at home (20-132, 15.2%) during the regular season.
• Penalty Killing: The Rangers were 3-4 (8:41) in Game 5 at Montreal. The Blueshirts are third in the NHL overall (53-62, 85.5%), and are seventh at home (25-29, 86.2%) in the playoffs. The Rangers are 40-43 (93.0%) on the penalty kill in the last 13 games, 32-34 (94.1%) in their last 10 games, and are 19-21 (90.5%) in the series. The Blueshirts have recorded one shorthanded goal in the playoffs: 5/25 vs. MTL (Hagelin). New York ranked third in the NHL overall (198-232, 85.3%), and sixth at home (89-105, 84.8%) in the regular season.
• Four-on-Four: New York did not yield/tally a goal in two four-on-four situations (1:35) in Game 5 at Montreal. The Blueshirts are -1 in 24 four-on-four situations in the playoffs (28:56), allowing a goal in Game 3 at PHI on 4/22 (Streit). The Rangers were -2 in 85 four-on-four situations (131:26), and even in one three-on-three situation (1:03) during the regular season.
New York has posted a 14-2 playoff series record in 16 all-time best-of-seven playoff series in which they held a three games to two lead following Game 5. The Rangers have won 10 of 16 Game 6s when holding a 3-2 series lead.

Chris Kreider recorded a single-game playoff career-high, four points (one goal, three assists), and led all skaters with a single-game playoff career-high, six shots on goal in Game 5 on Tuesday. Kreider’s three assists were also a single-game playoff career-high. Kreider recorded three points (one goal, two assists) in the second period of the contest. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Kreider became the first Ranger to tally three points in one period of a playoff game since Jaromir Jagr registered three points (three assists) in the first period of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals on Apr. 17, 2007 vs. Atlanta. The Rangers forward has tallied a point in four of the last five games, and has recorded 10 points (four goals, six assists) in the last eight contests. Since returning to the lineup in Game 4 of the Metropolitan Division Finals on May 7 vs. Pittsburgh, Kreider leads the team in goals (four) and ranks second on the team in points (10).

Ryan McDonagh leads all skaters in assists (seven) and points (nine) in the series. McDonagh is the first Rangers defenseman to register seven assists and nine points in one playoff series since Brian Leetch in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Quebec Nordiques in 1995. McDonagh leads the team in assists (nine) and power play points (six), and ranks third on the team in points (12) in the playoffs. McDonagh recorded four points (one goal, three assists) in Game 1 against Montreal on May 17, tying a team-record for the most points by a defenseman in a playoff game.

Henrik Lundqvist established two franchise records during the 2013-14 season, becoming the Rangers’ all-time wins leader with his 302nd career victory on Mar. 18 at Ottawa, and the team’s all-time shutouts leader with his 50th career shutout on Mar. 22 at New Jersey. The Rangers goalie set an NHL record with his fifth consecutive win in a Game 7 on May 13 against Pittsburgh. Lundqvist recorded his 41st career playoff win in Game 4 vs. Montreal on Sunday, tying Mike Richter for first on the team’s all-time playoff wins list. Lundqvist is the ninth goalie in NHL history to win at least 300 regular season games and 40 playoff games with one team. The Rangers goalie has started a franchise-record, 85 consecutive playoff games, dating back to Apr. 26, 2006 vs. New Jersey. Lundqvist is the third goalie in NHL history to start 80 consecutive playoff games with one team (Martin Brodeur – New Jersey, Patrick Roy – Colorado). Lundqvist is tied for first in the NHL in wins (11), and ranks second in the NHL in GAA (2.15) and SV% (.926) in the playoffs.

Martin St. Louis tallied the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 4 on May 25. The goal was St. Louis’ fourth career overtime goal in the playoffs, and his first since Game 6 of the 2004 Stanley Cup Finals on June 5, 2004 at Calgary, when he was a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Rangers forward tied a playoff career-high with a six-game point streak from Game 6 of the Metropolitan Division Finals vs. Pittsburgh to Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Montreal (four goals, three assists over the span). St. Louis is tied for the team lead in goals (six) and points (13) in the playoffs.

The Rangers have advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for the second time in the last three seasons. Since the NHL expanded to a four-round playoff format prior to the 1974-75 season, this is the second time that the Rangers have advanced to the third round of the playoffs twice in a three-year span (1979-1981 – reached the Stanley Cup Finals in 1979, reached the Semifinals in 1981).

Derek Stepan posted his first career multi-goal game in postseason play in Game 5 on Tuesday. The Rangers forward has tallied a point in each of his last six games (three goals, six assists) over the span. Stepan is tied for the team lead in goals (three) in the series, and is tied for the team lead in points (13) in the playoffs.

Dan Girardi leads the team in hits (61) and blocked shots (49) in the playoffs. He ranks fourth on the team’s all-time playoff games played list.

2. Don Maloney – 85
3. Ron Greschner – 84
4. Dan Girardi – 83
5. Brian Leetch – 82

INJURIES (14 Man-Games Lost – Playoffs):
• J.T. Miller – (upper-body injury on 5/25) – 1
• None

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  1. Hope its a good game tonight…last one was not one that fans, coaches or Ranger fans want to remember

  2. Nice photo of Rod bearing in on the puck carrier (not sure who that is in the Habs uniform)

  3. Tonight, discipline please!!!!! I think that those used car salesmen up in Quebec really distracted the Rangers from their focus on winning. Let’s refocus and win those puck battles!

  4. Concerned about the play in that #6 dman spot….expecting a much better effort tonight….without the brain dead decisionsleading to Habs pps. Play Ranger hockey and stay thirsty.

  5. Enough.
    Enough of the penalties, the lack of sticking to the game plan, of allowing these Habs into your head.
    Enough of this series.
    Enough is enough.

    LGR !!!

  6. In the above pic..I believe Gilbert got 2 minutes for ” having his stick held” plus a game misconduct for being born in Montreal and playing hockey in foreign country. After a league review he was also required to spend the summer with John Ferguson…enduring noogies and having to choose two fingers to get poked in the eyes. Not much has changed over the years……

  7. Good morning, boneheads!

    Congrats to Nasty for another addition to his family! Keep going, buddy, this world need more boneheads!

    Tonight is the night. I’m not as convinced as some are that they can’t win game 7 in Montreal, but it would be nice to finish it in front of your home crowd. They need to get their focus back, that’s what got them this far. That, and the goaltending. If they concentrate on their game and not on the clown show that Montreal and the NHL have created, they will win.

    Nervous? Yes, but planning to fully enjoy it tonight.

  8. Ah, after a little research did identify that Hab as Guy Lapointe…didn’t look like Boom Boom or Gilles…admit that I *had* to Google photos of contemporary #5s. Sorry if that is tantamount to cheating…

  9. P.S. glad that NHL ECF refs do not make that decision! I’ll defer to Carp on that one.

  10. lol @ rangerjhw

    he probably got 2 for goaltender interference too as he skated within 6 feet of the goalie at a dangerous speed

  11. FEAR does not EXIST in this dojo, does it?

    PAIN does not EXIST in this dojo, does it?!

    DEFEAT does not EXIST in this dojo, does it?!

    Strike first strike hard, no mercy sir!

  12. Wax on, wax off?
    Sand the floor, paint the fence, eliminate the frenchies!!

  13. Sioux-per-man on

    Game day! Must Win!

    Hank bounces back with a shut out tonight. Diaz gets the game winning goal!

    Time to stick a fork in the Habs! Their season is over tonight!

  14. Matty"WhyNot!!"Boy on

    only thing better than a Chicago 2 OT win last night would have been ….a Chicago TRIPLE OT win!!!!!

    Let’s go Chicago. Win another!!!!

  15. Interesting to see if Weise plays tonight….not sure why Habs would play him if he has concussion…or it was just more disinformation from up North…Quintal should take off his Montreal jersey before making these decisions

  16. Bobbyo- if Weise is playing, the league should look into it. Because they either made it up, or they aren’t following the concussion protocol.

  17. Try to be best but you’re only a man
    And a man’s gotta learn to take it
    Try to believe when the goin’ gets tough that ya gotta hang tough to make it
    History repeats itself! Try and you succeed.
    Never doubt that you’re the one and you can have your dream!

  18. Nothing would be a stretch with Montreal….and I am sure the league would do nothing as usual

  19. I have total faith in Hank!

    I know that Carp doesn’t like to hear the term “MUST WIN” in a non elimination game; but I believe this is in fact a “MUST WIN.” A game 7 in Montreal would be tempting fate. WE DO NOT WANT THIS!

    If the power of prayer can help, I say we all say one for our boys tonight!

    Tomorrow is my Birthday. What a beautiful present it would be to see our boys lift a trophy at home tonight!


    LET’S GO RANGERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  20. Got to crank up the stereo speakers on the tube for this one. If they play Rangers hockey they will be fine.

    Enjoy everyone!

  21. Stranger Nation on

    In Henk we trust…in Staal however…

    Time for McD to put the final nail in the MTL coffin and give them one more reason to shake their collective heads over that trade.

    The word of the day is *COMPOSURE*

  22. Good article from Larry Brooks in NY Post. Thanks lb2001

    I really have to wonder… will the floppers and BS’ers of Montreal look at the tape of themselves a few years from now and be embarrassed by their lack of class and how they represented an original 6 team in these playoffs?

    If they loose, there’s a chance, if they win, it just sends a message for winning in the NHL going forward and gives the NHL of this era yet another black-eye. Like they don’t have enough already.

  23. Stranger Nation on

    In the pic above noticed 3 infractions; free hand on players back (hold), stick parallel to ice impeding progress (Hook), holding opponents stick (stick grabbing).

    At least no Montreal embarrassment, I mean, embellishment…

  24. bull dog line on

    question for anybody that may know. how long is the delay from radio to TV? I ask this because, watching the game tuesday, Rangers trailed 1 zip, face off in own end, game goes to commercial. I flip to Met game ( don’t ask) during Met game I hear, I don’t want to call it a roar because there were not many people there, but a loud reaction. nothing is going on in Met game to cause this. I think, hey the Rangers must have scored. I flip back, and they are just coming out of commercial. they drop the puck Rangers breakout, and Stepan scores. it had to be 30 seconds from time I heard noise at Met game till the time Stepan scored. coincidence maybe?

  25. Manny-O-War on

    *AV* to *The Room*: We do not train to be merciful here. Mercy is for the weak. Here, [on the ice], in competition: A man confronts you, he is the enemy. An enemy deserves no mercy.

  26. AV to *The* *Room*

    Walk on road, hmm? Walk left side, safe. Walk right side, safe. Walk middle, sooner or later…


  27. Manny-O-War on

    *AV* to *Kreider*: You trust the quality of what you know, not quantity.

  28. Since The Kreider had a “maintenance” day off on Saturday(?) he has not had his usual super ‘burst’ up the wing and hasn’t seemed to be as physical on the forecheck or along the boards as he had been earlier in the series.

    Thorazine adjustment? I doubt it.

    In spite of his 4 point game, he hasn’t ‘brung’ it the way I expect him to ‘brung’ it. (Playing hurt, me thinks so). He was knocked to the Ice (Un-The Kreider like) on at least 2 hits in game 5, hits where he usually is the victor.

    For the win, team needs The Kreider to ‘brung’ it again starting with his first shift tonight.

  29. I will go from zero to terrified if Montreal goes up 2. Right now, I have very strong confidence we win tonight and its the best night ever for everyone except Kenneth.

  30. Manny-O-War on

    *AV* to *Rafael Diaz*: We make sacred pact. I promise teach [hockey] to you, you promise learn. I say, you do, no questions.

  31. Rob in Beantown, 100-Watt Warlock on

    I’m seriously *shaking* at my desk and it’s not even 10 am

  32. Rob in Beantown, 100-Watt Warlock on

    Manhattanhenge happens tonight. Rangers play for a chance to go to the Cup final tonight. Coincidence?

  33. _Papa Bear – anything will be better than his first shift last game._

    When Kreider tears his own achilles taking a boarding major, I’m going to hunt you down.

  34. BroadwayRoe on

    Love this tweet from last night that Carp retweeted:

    Missing: Zebras with orange stripes in Chicago during that 1st OT, oh wait, it’s the best hockey I’ve seen in a while. Coincidence??

  35. _Is this the biggest game since game 7 1994?_

    Given that the NJ series didn’t go 7, I’d say it probably is with the chance to escalate to super biggest game if we head back to Montreal.

    I should probably start barfing now.

  36. Manny-O-War on

    I need to go work on an afternoon buzz. Today would be a great day to fake injury at work and go sit in front of my television for 10 hours.

  37. Alain Amour on

    You are indeed correct Mr2FN. My best night ever is only when the Rangers are celebrating a Stanley Cup.

  38. Mrs. Gravy has dinner plans with a friend, so I am on Gravy Jr. and Lil’ Ms. Gravy duty. Something tells me it’s going to be a frantic night.

  39. Manny-O-War on

    Gravy: For two wonderful reasons you should get a *babysitter*

    No fatties.

  40. How about that game last night?

    Here’s hoping the west goes to 7 games, 2OT each game.

    Two great teams, they have to be as evenly matched as any team playing.

    Still makes me smile that Pittsburgh & Boston are home watching.

  41. Rob in Beantown, 100-Watt Warlock on

    Rangers 4
    Habs 0

    Captain Brad Richards, come get the Prince of Wales

  42. Jesper Fast to *AV*

    This damn bike! I hate this bike! I hate this frickin bike! Stupid bike!

  43. I would go with this, Gravy:

    Wanted: One Babysitter. Female Preferred (at child’s request). 5’2″ – 5’6″, 34-26-38 preferred, brunette’s only. No fatties.

  44. Not nervous at all.

    Hank plays his best game tonight.

    Leaders Lead this team to a MONSTER WIN!

    MSG is going to be LOUD from the Start to Finish.

    We ARE GOING to the Finals!

    First team *IN*…… Book it!!!

  45. I’m very curious to see what Rangers team we see tonight. The Rangers were blown out in Game 6 in Philly only to rebound in Game 7, stunk up MSG in Game 4, only to dominate the Pens in Game 5.

    The only difference is the Rangers don’t have to win this game and that’s been the problem here for years.

    That said after watching Tokarski struggle so much in Game 5 and Hank not standing on his head the last 3 games, you would think we’d have the edge coming back home.

  46. Guys – I don’t know what happens tonight, but it’s been an honor serving with you. And we all owe a debt of gratitude to our newest and bestest buddy and big toe, Carp Carpiniello

  47. Don’t forget to specify that after the kids are out cold, you like being tweeted to sleep. Otherwise it may lead to some awkward moments

  48. _Mister D, I’m in Staten Island. Come find me._

    Ugh. Can we meet in Brooklyn or midtown or somewhere easier? Crossing straight through sounds really tedious.

  49. And I think Diaz coming in should help the Rangers too as he instantly becomes our 2nd best offensive d-man.

    He’ll replace Girardi (who is terrible on the PP) on the 2nd PP unit and give us a d-man who is actually a threat to score from the point as Girardi, Staal, Stralman, Klein, and Moore all give you next to nothing offensively.

  50. Stranger Nation on

    Klein may have been our best Offensive Dman not named McDonut this series. He has more scoring chances than Staal and Stralman combined and some decent moves as well.

  51. Sorry guys, failed to post that on Tuesday, my bad. Not going to leave anything to chance today. Ritualistic postings will continue throughout the day, so, now you know.

  52. At 10:14, I meant to say “twerked to sleep” not “tweeted”

    Fargin spellcheck – another reason it’s the worst invention of all time

  53. I personally *like* Diaz. I never saw a problem with him being in the lineup. We just had slightly better option(s)

  54. Staal obviously is great in his own zone (most of the time), but boy is he terrible offensively. When he has the puck at the point, it’s either shot miles wide, cycled down low or blocked.

    With Tokarski in net, the Rangers really need to shoot more and get those rebounds, but our d-men just don’t have the offensive ability to be a threat from the point.

  55. I really don’t think Stahl is bad offensively. I think he’s actually pretty good.

  56. Stranger Nation on

    Staal is not bad offensively, however his reaction time has gotten much slower since his return, so he thankfully goes for the bank shot or whips it behind the goal when 5v5 at the point. He used to lead the rush, but now is playing more conservatively.
    Stralman has some O upside, but we rarely see it.

    Both these guys have to play better tonight. That last game was a Del Zaster for them.

  57. “I really don’t think Stahl is bad offensively. I think he’s actually pretty good.”

    Based on what exactly? The guy is putrid offensively. He shot is one of the weakest from the backline you’ll find in the NHL and his passing leaves a lot to be desired.

    He’s usually great in his own end and can shut down top line guys, but he’s practically useless in the other team’s zone.

  58. Stranger!’ The Rock and Roll Doctor! No Waiting for Columbus tonight. We’re going to Skin It Back and lounge around like a Fat Man in the Bath Tub.

    Get Loud !!

  59. Gravy – go with age 18-21, under 140lbs, minimum C cup, gymnastic skills and no gag reflex preferred

  60. This stat is just staggering.

    Lundqvist in his last 5 Non-Game 7s with chance to clinch a series is 0-5 , 5.53 GAA, .808 save%, pulled four times. That is unacceptable and hopefully being called out by the Canadiens after Game 5 will wake him up and get him “focused” for Game 6.

    He’s the best goalie in franchise history and he needs to show why tonight.

  61. I think there’s another weirdo layer to Staal’s season. Stralman is this weirdo outlier in terms of advanced stats among defensemen in terms of ranking unexpectedly high. However, the calc is shots + misses for versus against and Stralman is near the bottom of qualified D in terms of personal shots, so it means (1) he’s preventing shots and (2) his forwards are generating a ton while he’s on the ice. Beyond his quotes saying he’s basically foregone offense to concentrate on being sound in his own zone, his shot prevention numbers plus dearth of shot attempts back it up. Given that Staal has been his partner most of the season, its not totally shocking one is tied to the other.

  62. Rob in Beantown, 100-Watt Warlock on

    I’m going to have to miss the first period of the game tonight. The only thing scarier than watching the game is just watching the score in the GameCenter app. 0-0 and waiting for one of the numbers to change…

  63. LMGO at No Gag Reflex.

    You should see Hank’s playoff numbers in the game AFTER he is pulled Oleo. Also horrendous.

    I just think Staal has pretty good instincts. You’re right that he gets his shot blocked A LOT. So does Richards. It’s injuriating. But I think Staal is good at getting the puck low and I think he makes pretty safe plays and puts the puck on net when he has to.

  64. Oh. Good point, Gravy. You should make sure the girl is a Rangers fan so she doesn’t “talk” during the periods.

    (I hope you guys know I’m just joking around, right?)

  65. I’ve already asked for you to be banned and Kenneth to be promoted to new post promotion guy, Mannysogynist.

  66. SeeeDubbb

    I agree, I’m over this series too. I want it to end in the worst way and go on to play REAL hockey against either Chicago or LA. Enough of these high school mind games. It’d be great to see real-man hockey, no head games. Just play. I hate these Canadiens now.

  67. I won’t know if the rangers win until 6 hrs after, very weird don’t know if I can sleep. But when I hit the ground coming to this site, so keep your comments informative, sportsman like, humorous , professional oh wait sorry I forgot what blog I’m on. Lol:) have fun. I will check here first.

  68. “Interestly enough, no gag reflex is also a requirement for being a Rangers fan.”

    It might be if the Rangers lose this series. It would be the worst series loss in franchise history no?

  69. A guy at my job just told me, while in the elevator just the two of us, that I looked like Jake Gyllenhal. Um…..

  70. They have to get back using their speed, backing them off.

    And stop letting the Habs, knock them off their game plan.

    Pruster will get boo’d out of the building tonight?

    Not a fan left of him, Prust saying.

  71. Snitch.

    Have you emailed Carp about your repeated allusions to me as being Kenneth?

  72. Diaz played well for the Rangers for a while. Besides that hiccup facing Montreal of all teams. I’m just a tad bit concerned he hasn’t played a playoff game yet, but hopefully that’s a good thing and he brings a lot of energy and quick puck movement.

  73. I think most people would draw the line at “creepy guy from blog celebrates the fact that he successfully searched the internet to find out your real name”. I let that go. You got creepier. In a way, its like you wanted to get snitched on. Like you snitched on yourself.

  74. You guys see the NY POST?

    _creepy guy from blog celebrates the fact that he successfully searched the internet to find out your real name_

  75. You are arbitrarily assigning guilt to me for an act that I am not responsible for.

    You can dish out jokes. However, you cannot take them.

  76. If creepy internet stalking is a joke in your world, I probably should have acted sooner.

    Just to be safe, could everyone else here check on me from time to time? If I don’t post for an hour, maybe call the cops. I’m sure “Alain” can tell you which town.

  77. Your name was posted on this blog by someone else.

    You are assigning guilt to me for creepy internet stalking, which I am not responsible for.

  78. Rangers 3, Habs 1. Hab’s Captain: “We outplayed them, but their goalie got hot.”

  79. ‘And a hundred and eighty were challenged by Travis to die
    By the line that he drew with his sword when the battle was nigh
    Any man that would fight to the death crossed over
    But him that would live, better fly
    And over the line went a hundred and seventy nine!

  80. Link to where my name was posted and we’ll put this whole ugly stalker incident behind us. Atleast the part where you actively sought out my name. Maybe not the part where you celebrate knowing it. That’s creepy no matter what.

  81. They may be confident, but their sound bytes dont read as confident ones this AM, especially Henk’s,.

  82. Rob in Beantown, 100-Watt Warlock on

    Terror ratio is down a bit since earlier this morning. Will keep you posted.

    After tonight I never want to hear the name Dustin Tokarski ever again.

  83. my terror ratio is holding steady, right below the boiling point. I at a huge lunch though. Maybe I’ll take a bathroom nap to calm down.

  84. Feeling terrified today. Butterflies coming and going. Is it too early to be this excited? I think I’ll need an adult beverage before 8 pm. Or maybe a Valium.

  85. So it doesn’t exist. Gotcha. My complaint to Carp and belief you are a super creepy stalker stands.

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  88. Finally able to
    Be around. Terror level
    Extreme. Be by the garden in Starbucks by 3.

    What I miss. Going to puke

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