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345 It’s go time!

Or “go down” time, like when a fighter takes a dive. Looks like Ryan Callahan’s injury wasn’t too terribly bad. He’s a game-time decision. I noted the extremely low number of manpower games lost in the previous thread and somebody reminded me that trainer Jim Ramsay deserves more than a…

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155 To tank, or not to tank?

I don’t think they will tank, but they might not have to. If they’re beaten by the Islanders tonight, then start the six-game trip, they might not be able to avoid a lottery pick. And there’s no reason to think they couldn’t go as low as fourth or third. ————————-…

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114 About that 3D

Here’s the info, and since I don’t know anybody who has a 3D television, and before as few days ago I didn’t even know there were 3D televisions, I figure the only way to see it is to buy tickets on the web site for the viewing at the WaMu…

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172 Slats, backs and dimensions

Heard this last night, checked around a little, didn’t find any evidence that it’s true: Glen Sather will retire after this season. The source claims to have knowledge of this, from a better source. I’m not sure if I believe it, and I’m certainly not sure Sather would be sharing…

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196 Well, at least they’re rested

Two days off, a game in which they didn’t expend too much energy, and then two more days off. Not bad work if you can get it. Of course, this R&R (rest and relaxation, not to be confused with Redden and Rozsival) leads into the death march of the season…

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183 Post-game notes (updated)

From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES March 21, 2010 – New York Rangers 1, Boston Bruins 2 (Game #72, Road #34) • The Blueshirts were defeated by the Boston Bruins, 2-1, today at TD Garden, in a matinee matchup between Original Six opponents. • New York is now…

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286 It’s go time!

Go time for me, anyway. I’m going home after three nights in Troy, N.Y. covering basketball. So this is going to have to serve as your game thread. So the Rangers come up against a great opportunity today, all in their soft little hands. Beat the Bruins and jump right…

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73 The ever-changing scene

The thing about a playoff race like this is that it changes every day. But the main change where the Rangers are concerned is that seventh place and higher are now pretty much out of the picture. So they have to beat out everybody else for eighth. And the thing…

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284 Big bad Blues

The NHL just announced it’s promotional slogan for the playoffs — which means we’ll be sick of it by the second round. Anyway, its “History Will Be Made.”  Should be: “The Rangers Will Be History.” It has become abundantly clear, as if it hasn’t been since that mirage of a…

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39 Post-game notes, quotes

From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES March 18, 2010 – New York Rangers 3, St. Louis Blues 4 (Game #71, Home #38) ·         The Rangers were defeated by the St. Louis Blues, 4-3, tonight at Madison Square Garden, in their second and final meeting of the season.  The last…

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404 It’s ON! And it’s go time!

God Bless you, Jim Dolan! Cablevision/Optimum Online finally showed up at Blog Headquarters, and for the last five minutes I have had internet/cable/telephone — better known as the Optimum Triple Play, I guess — which has been out since the storm Saturday afternoon. So, since I’ve obviously been away from…

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41 Pre-game notes

Hey all, Laurel here. Carp’s heading update at some point for more basketball, but since you asked, and St. Patrick’s Day is over after all, here’s a new slate with some pre-game notes. All I have time to cobble together now. If Papa can’t make game-time slate, I’ll pop back.…

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384 Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

On this day, there are two types of people: The Irish, and those who wish they were. Speaking of which, we’ve been blessed with a little bit of the Luck O’ the Irish in Dave Maloney. I had to listen to the game on radio last night since my cable/phone/internet…

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102 Post-game notes, quotes

From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES March 16, 2010 – New York Rangers 1, Montreal Canadiens 3 (Game #70, Home #37) ·         The Rangers were defeated by the Montreal Canadiens, 3-1, tonight at Madison Square Garden, and are now 2-1-2 in their last five home games. ·         The Blueshirts have…

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361 It’s go time!

I’m telling you, and have been telling you all along … your boys are not going to fall out of this pathetic race. You saw the Flyers the other day. Are they running away? Nope. Boston is going backwards. And Montreal comes to town tonight on its nice little streak,…

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162 I’m back … temporarily

Sitting in a cafe with wireless internet! What a great invention. Been living in the dark ages (and the dark) since Saturday. I’m sure you noticed. Anyway, I don’t have much other than I listened to the game Sunday and it sounded like Avery was pretty Avery-esque, and I don’t…

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283 Post-game notes, quotes

From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES March 14, 2010 – New York Rangers 3, Philadelphia Flyers 1 (Game #69, Home #36) ·         The Rangers defeated the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-1, today at Madison Square Garden, tallying three straight goals after trailing 1-0 early in the first period. ·         New York has…

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41 Sweet 16! (for real)

Hey all, Laurel filling in for post-game thread while poor Carp is digging out his cars, driveway and house, in the dark, with no food I assume, or water. Man, I feel so bad for him! And he traveled just to post here for you all! That’s why blogfather rules.…

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457 I must have ESP

This was the last paragraph of my post yesterday: “I am going to the game at MSG tomorrow. Unless something happens. And why have I come to expect something to happen?” That was written from West Point. Since then, I had a horrific ride back from West Point, driving through…

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182 Next up: Carcillo and Co.

OK, so the Rangers beat a lousy team and a lousy goalie in a game they kind of needed. Next up: You know who. The question is this: Are the two points too valuable for anybody to be running around trying to pick a fight that Daniel Carcillo won’t want…

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