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    Quote Originally Posted by matt robinson 17 View Post
    No Devs hate here by the way, I wish we won those 3 Cups, that will probably take us 400 years, by the way Milbury was always a retard...
    No hate here either, just one Ranger fan on this board should watch what he says.

    Speaking of Milbury........http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2ha9yXOWLE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    No hate here either, just one Ranger fan on this board should watch what he says.

    Speaking of Milbury........http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2ha9yXOWLE
    Funny, he probably spells it that way too, he should have worn a better helmet when he played

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    I think we can all agree that Milbury is an a$$hole. If I saw him on the street (and I was reasonably sure he was sober) I'd tell him what I thought of him.

    Fukk Mike Milbury.

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    Stick a fork in 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    TOugh goal to allow, but Boston was in the offensive zone for the final two periods. Rangers were totally dominated again, and Henrik was the only reason it was close.

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    Put a fork in us...we're done

    Outplayed for three periods at home and murdered by a fourth line.

    Without the King it's a 7-1 loss

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    Put a fork in us...we're done

    Outplayed for three periods at home and murdered by a fourth line.

    Without the King it's a 7-1 loss
    A couple back-to-back shutouts (possible if King continues to play like he did last night) and the Rangers are right back in it. Bruins are notorious for letting teams back into series.

    Very surprised by how well the Bruins rookies on D have played. I thought the B's would really pay for the absence of their veteran blue-liners (especially Seidenberg), but Krug, Bartkowski and Hamilton have all stepped up.

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    Win 4 in a row.....3 in boston??

    I have a better chance of being elected the next pope and I'm not Catholic

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    Boy was I wrong about this series.

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    Boy was I wrong about this series.
    Nobody could have predicted how well Krug et al would play.

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    Richards benched, he earned it

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    Still ALIVE.

    Next job...Go up to Suckton and bring the series back to MSG

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    Slow, and painful.

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    Unhappy

    Torts looks real smart for putting Kreider with Nash, except for the fact Torts benched him all year

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt robinson 17 View Post
    Torts looks real smart for putting Kreider with Nash, except for the fact Torts benched him all year
    His blind faith in Richards this year combined with his Joba Chamberlain-esque handling of our best young stud Kreider will be his downfall. I think every Ranger fan has been begging for him to be on the first line so our best blue line could cover up some of his failings as a defender and just let him score...you know...the thing the Rangers have sucked at all year!

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    Bruins can't handle prosperity. This could easily go 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton View Post
    His blind faith in Richards this year combined with his Joba Chamberlain-esque handling of our best young stud Kreider will be his downfall. I think every Ranger fan has been begging for him to be on the first line so our best blue line could cover up some of his failings as a defender and just let him score...you know...the thing the Rangers have sucked at all year!
    Torts, its my puck and nobody can use it, kiss my ass!

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    The Rangers showed HORRIBLE foresight in giving Richards that deal. Anyway out of it is going to be subjected to the new CBA cap rules which pretty much forces cap circumventing contracts to be penalized in the long run. Hes signed forever.


    As for the series. It isnt going 7. Itll probably be done tomorrow.


    Went last night. Had a good time. Was a pretty good, physical game from the Rangers stand point and they played better than game 3. It took a fluke goal to get them back from Krug's goal but then they came out pissed off when Segeuin made it 3-2 and refused to go home. Amazing what happens when you put a scorer on a scoring line.

    Bruins are clearly the superior team right now. They have as much forward depth as anyone in the league and Krug is just doing everything right. Pittsburgh series would be interesting to see how they match up against that fire power.

    One problem I noticed for the Bruins was Chara. He plays a ton of minutes and it shows. Im not taking anything away from him because hes such a presence on the ice but there was lots of misplayed pucks/taking bad angles towards skaters last night that I noticed as the game went on. Maybe Im nitpicking but it was very un-Chara like to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFCEastFan View Post
    Nobody could have predicted how well Krug et al would play.
    I knew he had it in him, but I go to the Dunk all the time for the baby broons

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