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PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2007 7:24 pm 
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Nice chance for Jags to start!

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liking the "just shoot it" philosophy

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again the forechecking looks great

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http://outsidethegarden.com/boards/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=18180&start=181
jpk since its just us
if you wanna follow an IGT at a small knowledgeable Rangers forum

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o-o after one....Rangers looked great till the last 3 minutes

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man, what a disappointing deterioration. Got to get it back together blueshirts!

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That's why I called getting OVERMATCHED. Looks like the Rangers were shellshocked tonite.

AND WHERE WAS SEAN AVERY WITH HIS TOUGH TALK!!!???? What, already all you saw from him was when he fell on his tuckus, what.


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A flat performance tonight from the Blueshirts. Too many penalties, not much of an offensive attack, nothing really bouncing their way tonight. Yet another knee injury and I suspect that Rozsival will be done for this series. Perfect. And not that they didn't deserve to win tonight, because they obviously did, but has there ever been a goal review that hasn't gone in Buffalo's favor? Say what you will, but there was clearly not enough video evidence to overturn what they ruled on the ice. Whatever, not scoring for a full 2 minute 5-on-3 doesn't help either. Hopefully they bounce back on Friday.


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I was listening to the game on the radio at the time of the goal review and both Rangers announcers said they thought it was clearly a goal based on the replays that had been shown. I haven't seen it but both Kenny Albert and Dave Maloney (obviously both rooting for the Rangers) thought it was definitely a goal.

Anyway, Rangers will have the favor returned to them if they play like that 3 more times.


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had to work tonight... after observing the playoffs in every sport for many years having a long rest never seems to bode well... but this seems to be especially true for hockey... momentum seems to play a larger role on the ice then any other sport IMO.


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aeroclearica wrote:
A flat performance tonight from the Blueshirts. Too many penalties, not much of an offensive attack, nothing really bouncing their way tonight. Yet another knee injury and I suspect that Rozsival will be done for this series. Perfect. And not that they didn't deserve to win tonight, because they obviously did, but has there ever been a goal review that hasn't gone in Buffalo's favor? Say what you will, but there was clearly not enough video evidence to overturn what they ruled on the ice. Whatever, not scoring for a full 2 minute 5-on-3 doesn't help either. Hopefully they bounce back on Friday.


Well since they didn't review the goal that cost them the Stanley Cup in '99, maybe they've been due?

Anyone else also remember the BS goal in the Sabres/Flyers series a few years ago that went in through a hole in the side of the net?

I think if any team should get the benefit of the doubt on a completely borderline goal, it's the Sabres in the playoffs.

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sluger11787 wrote:
I was listening to the game on the radio at the time of the goal review and both Rangers announcers said they thought it was clearly a goal based on the replays that had been shown. I haven't seen it but both Kenny Albert and Dave Maloney (obviously both rooting for the Rangers) thought it was definitely a goal.


The VS guys said the opposite, so I dunno. Something about if the puck goes off a glove, intentional or not, it shouldn't count. It also wasn't clear if there was a punching motion from Pominville and then they had a sound bite of Brier politic'ng to his teammates what they were going to say to the officials. Again, not that it mattered but that's three debatable reviews that have all gone their way.

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had to work tonight... after observing the playoffs in every sport for many years having a long rest never seems to bode well... but this seems to be especially true for hockey... momentum seems to play a larger role on the ice then any other sport IMO.


I won't make excuses, cuz Buffalo was clearly the better team last night in just about every aspect but the Rozsival injury hurt them a lot. The Rangers have struggled all season long when they've been forced to use 5 defensemen, and really the Rangers' resurgence this season was reflected in how Renney was able to rotate fresh bodies, using all 4 lines and dmen in short shifts. Rachunek looked lost out there and is a sorry replacement as the point man on the top PP unit. But I agree, long layoffs in hockey do more harm than good.

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Well since they didn't review the goal that cost them the Stanley Cup in '99, maybe they've been due?


Well, I'm glad that they've decided to make up for that debacle some 8 years later. Seriously though, I'm not too upset about last night. The goal was a goal, it wasn't a goal, whatever. It appeared to me that the officials were tighter on the Rangers than the Sabres on all sorts of obstruction calls. It's not a big deal, because the Sabres were the much better team last night. But if this becomes a theme, as it was in the Islander series, then it becomes a problem. I'll live with last night, but the next call they get is really going to bother me.


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