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Totally agree with you on the long-term for Cally. My post was more intended for the people who are too quick to play the blame game. I know us NY fans can be brutal on our beloved sports teams but sometimes folks just need to be reasonable!

What we have moving forward is fundamentally emotions vs. logic. We all know what the right thing to do is...

10 months, 3 weeks ago on Nothing Going On With Callahan Extension

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Everyone relax...jeez! It's very easy to isolate events and exaggerate events as they occur throughout the season but sometimes the big picture is elusive. For all those already claiming that Callahan is starting his "decline" need to remember all the times we've yelled "oh captain" at the tv after scoring a clutch goal. IMHO, Callahan is injured. Furthermore, as great of a player he is, Callahan was never going to be much more than a solid, hard working, 20-goal scorer. Expecting anything more than that is unreasonable. He is where he is because of his leadership and willingness to play his gritty style and that is all (which is more than commendable)! Stop with the "decline" talk already. He must be playing injured as we've all seen, or the lack thereof, of his physical play. He'll be back to his old form in no time.


And for those folks calling for a shake-up after not winning a cup in 20 years...what more of a shake-up do you want after personnel-changes, coaching changes and and over-all change in playing style. Dolan, Sather?


Fear not, Blueshirt faithful...Lord Stanley's cup is so coveted because it's the hardest trophy to obtain. We'll get ours again!

10 months, 3 weeks ago on Nothing Going On With Callahan Extension

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Neill, come on man...you're right about the lop-sided face-offs tonight but I think the Rangers' play was far from "listless" tonight. You're taking away some well deserved credit from a good King's team. The Blue Shirts certainly had their opportunities on the long PP stretch but their only failing was in execution.Solid puck movement and more importantly getting shots and creative thinking is refreshing to see after years of yelling "SHOOT THE PUCK!" at the TV. Things are looking better for our team. What's with the useless negative blog over a 1-0 loss to a good team. LGR!!



11 months, 1 week ago on Kings 1, Rangers 0

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