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I loved how they played last night, great effort by all.
I wont get too excited though. I remember this same feeling last year. They would play really well for a game or two and then go on a 4+ game losing streak. I still like what I see and I hope and pray they can continue last nights efforts.
This team has the potential to be lethal if the D plays like it did last night and Hagelin and Nash get back on the ice.
1 year ago on FINAL: Rangers 2, Capitals 0
So are most here in agreement that the Rangers played really well last night? I couldn't stay up to watch the game but I saw the highlights and based on the highlights it looks like the Rangers really only won because of a couple of "fluke" goals. Does anyone seem to agree with that assessment or did the Rangers really outplay the Kings?
1 year ago on Rangers 3, Kings 1
Has anyone else noticed that Nash has been trying to create highlight goals? He's been doing that a lot in the last few weeks. He continues to try and split multiple defenders and more often than not he turns it over. I like Nash, he can be dominant when he gets going but he needs to stop with the pretty shit. Gain the zone and protect the puck with his big body and long reach.
Anyone else see Stralman try to sneak the puck right through the crease in the 1st? I think he did it again later on but can't recall which period.
1 year, 5 months ago on Rangers 4, Capitals 3
@nyrfan747 You should reach out to Sather and let him know. Maybe they make travel plans for you to see the last 10 games.
1 year, 6 months ago on Rangers 4, Hurricanes 1
@SGrumet haha, didnt read your post before I posted my comment. I agree, i think Hagelin should be on the 2nd line. I haven't seen Clowe play so I would prefer him on the 3rd line until we see what he can do.
1 year, 6 months ago on Rangers vs. Penguins (Game 36)
Does anyone else think Hagelin should be on the 2nd line? Maybe swap for Close? I think Hagelin has a lot to offer with his speed, he needs to work on his puck handling. He creates chaos and plenty of opportunities.