Browsing: Martin Biron

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52 Blues-Blueshirts in review

Thoughts on a game that really could have used a little more action: 1) My head nearly exploded over the huge deal that was made of the disallowed goal. The most critical point was not made (on TV) until Dave Maloney left the radio booth and got onto the post-game…

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78 Rangers at Flys tonight

So, I’m sure you all saw Martin Brodeur leave the game last night in Chicago with an elbow injury … not sure if it’s serious or if he’ll be back by tomorrow. Tomorrow it’s worth watching if the second of back-to-backs on the road trumps the first-game-back-after-a-road trip. Because the…

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105 Rangers-Leaves tonight

I like these quick turnarounds. Of course, I didn’t have to catch a flight early this morning, then go through customs, and arrive at my hotel too early for check-in, etc. as I did in the good ol’ days. Below is an abbreviated version of tonight’s notes (to read more,…

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47 A few more post-game quotes

Marc Staal: On the lost puck on the 3-2 goal. “It was along the when it came around. All of a sudden it started bouncing. Obviously, looking back, I would have stopped it with my skate against the boards and made sure I had it, but it just bounced over…

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27 Tortorella pre-game

John Tortorella: (By the way, tonight is the first time in over a year, Oct. 19, 2009, that Lundqvist did not start a home game. In that game, he relieved Steve Valiquette.) On Biron starting: “He played good (in Toronto). Our plan with him is trying to get him, each…

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188 Rangers-Leaves in review

Some thoughts: 1) Ryan Callahan didn’t score again. He did everything but score. He created chances, had chances, and did all those Callahan things he always does, too.His best game of the season. Easily. 2) Brandon Dubinsky’s played some good games since the season began. I thought this was his…

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85 Post-game notes

From the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS POST-GAME NOTES October 21, 2010 – New York Rangers 2, Toronto Maple Leafs 1 (Game No. 5, Away Game No. 3) * The Rangers defeated the Maple Leafs, 2-1, tonight at Air Canada Centre, tallying two goals in a 61-second span of the first…

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402 It’s Go Time!

First, the lineup. Not sure who’s playing where, but Martin Biron gets his first start in goal as a Ranger, and Steve Eminger is prucha’d. Since the Rangers have only one extra player — Eminger in this case — it means that Mike Sauer goes back in, everybody else remains…

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151 Walking a tightrope

The Rangers head out for a two-game trip with the minimum 12 forwards, and one extra D-man. Which means pretty much everybody who played Monday plays in Toronto tomorrow. Martin Biron is expected to get his first Rangers start in the next three games (in four days), and I’m expecting…

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