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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 12:57 pm 
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Did anyone hear a whistle right before Jagr's opening goal?

I thought the reviewed goal could have gone either way. The NBC crew (except for Emerick) did a poor job, claiming it should obviously be a goal before taking a close look at the replay.

The Rangers definately weren't getting the calls during the play though, I'll say that.

Great game to watch. Hopefully the Rangers can even it up tomorrow night.

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double overtime. wow. if you lose a double overtime, no matter what youve done that series, it kills. this should help us big time


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double overtime. wow. if you lose a double overtime, no matter what youve done that series, it kills. this should help us big time


I hope so. The Ducks sure rebounded pretty well yesterday though...

Regardless, I think this series has all the trappings of a 6, 7 game battle.

There was a great article in the NY Daily News today comparing last night's game to the Giants-Colts "greatest game ever" (in that it saved and propelled the NFL to glory). I dunno' if I would personally say that, but it's definitely true that the longer the Rangers are playing the better it is for the league and the biggest disaster ratings wise would be a Sabres-Sens or even Devs series.

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Rangers get the call this time and even this series. Hard to argue that that's not a goal, even if it was inconclusive, but that's the break the Blueshirts needed to have a chance. If they can win one in Buffalo, they're taking this series.


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Yeah... I'd be willing to bet that that was actually a goal. The key, however, is that you pretty much have to infer that it was a goal. There's no single frame you can point to and say "There, that's in..."

But even lacking that, I'm pretty sure it got over the line.

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I don't understand why the Rangers can't hold a 2-0 lead with any success this year. I think that goal probably went in, but I'll take the call.

Best of 3 right now, I like the Rangers chances in this series.


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Ikeyman3 wrote:
I don't understand why the Rangers can't hold a 2-0 lead with any success this year. I think that goal probably went in, but I'll take the call.

Best of 3 right now, I like the Rangers chances in this series.


Part of the reason, is because they tend to sit back on a 2 goal lead and cut back on their forecheck. That's something you can't do against a team like Buffalo and you saw an immediate response in the form of a goal not even a minute later. I also think that Buffalo was playing out of desperation a bit in the last 10 minutes, something they haven't been doing since Game 1. Despite the goal, the Vanek rush about 20 seconds after that and that last scramble in the final 20 seconds, I think the Rangers did a good job of controlling that attack. Now, you can't ice the puck two times in a row in a span of 10 seconds and Lundy really had no business being behind the net out of position, but hopefully it doesn't happen next time.


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I think it's safe to say that the Rangers weren't the better team last night, yet they were still 8 seconds away from stealing one in a place they haven't won all year. That is as tough a loss to recover from when your season is hanging in the balance and it still kills me at this moment to think of how they let it slip away. Here's an obvious statement: tomorrow is a must win. I need to see at least one more stick salute.


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What already, what kind of hockey was that, with the stupid icing??

What, you can't clear the puck any softer than that?

RANGERS IN 7!!!!!!!!!!!


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The Rangers IMO have played better than the Sabres outside of game 1. This series is going to game 7. :)


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The Rangers IMO have played better than the Sabres outside of game 1. This series is going to game 7. :)

No, it isn't.


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