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#1
Posted: 10/28/2013 1:17:54 AM

Away: NY Rangers [3-7 SU]
Home: NY Islanders [4-4 SU]

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Stadium: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

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NY Rangers:
Goals: Brad Richards 5
Assists: Derek Stepan 5
Goals Against: Cameron Talbot 1.94

NY Islanders:
Goals: Frans Nielsen 7
Assists: John Tavares 9
Goals Against: Evgeni Nabokov 2.82

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Posted: 10/29/2013 4:39:58 AM
hasing is for needle freaks and I ain`t a needle type of individual I much prefer the pine needles under them tress..
Blue shirts played well last night but got themselves into too much trouble via penalties early on on then the legs got heavy..That said,whether it be Lundquist or Talbot behind the crease it matters little and the back to back should aid in continuity..The trade of Vanek for Moulson is questionable too say the least and I see the roadies getting one up on their neighbors...
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Posted: 10/29/2013 1:40:17 PM
After last nights game these Rangers are reminding me of what Buffalo has been doing for years, relying heavily on their goaltender. It was like watching paint dry with the ambition they carried. Sorry but I realize the injuries but that goes only so far. I'm looking at management as a good part of this problem. With this in mind the young and inspired Islanders will put The Rangers even further behind after the nights over. Love the NY but they just look terrible! With Vanek inserted wisely into a already energetic team will give Vanek the new life he was desperately looking for! NYI for the win. BOL.
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Posted: 10/29/2013 1:42:38 PM
After last nights game these Rangers are reminding me of what Buffalo has been doing for years, relying heavily on their goaltender. It was like watching paint dry with the ambition they carried. Sorry but I realize the injuries but that goes only so far. I'm looking at management as a good part of this problem. With this in mind the young and inspired Islanders will put The Rangers even further behind after the nights over. Love the NY but they just look terrible! With Vanek inserted wisely into a already energetic team will give Vanek the new life he was desperately looking for! NYI for the win. BOL.
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Posted: 10/29/2013 4:14:51 PM
Going to a shootout as well as the tampa game if in canada take ties lol on proline
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Posted: 10/29/2013 4:30:53 PM

 Only thing im worried about is this islander goalie situation... but with the rangers just not scoring goals lately and coming off back to back..... the islanders come out with some newly acquired energy "vanek" and get the job done... vanek and Tavares come up big..

 

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