Monthly Archives: February 2008

Devils @ Capitals 2/24/08

Marty Brodeur stones Alexander Ovechkin and the Caps ice cold in his team’s 2-1 OT win. Possibly some of the best saves he’s made in his brilliant career. The rematch is tonight at The Rock! New Post Advertisements

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Hunter sparks Isles past Thrashers

While the Rangers were busy continuing their winning ways down in Raleigh, another resurgent New York team was getting it done in Atlanta. Despite blowing a 3-0 lead and a 4-3 one late, the Islanders came out with an important … Continue reading

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Drury, Rangers continue to roll

Chris Drury is known as Mr. Clutch. Lately, the first-year Ranger has been exactly that notching his club-leading sixth game-winner to help lift the resurgent Original Six club to its third consecutive win by a count of 4-2 over the … Continue reading

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Rangers vs Hurricanes preview

Not much new to report for the upcoming game. In a couple of minutes, the two newest Rangers will be making their debuts for the Blueshirts. Petr Prucha is ready to get back into games, but Tom Renney didn’t want … Continue reading

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Paddock firing predictable

Remember when John Paddock was coaching the Wolf Pack and was thought to be the solution here??? Well, that same guy who left the Ranger organization a few years ago to work with Ottawa’s AHL affiliate Binghamton got predictably canned … Continue reading

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The local deadline review

Now that the deadline has come and passed with special thanks to buddy Lenny for further updating a busy Tuesday while I was busy rocking out at the Garden to Clapton and Winwood, it’s time to review how our metro … Continue reading

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Trade deadline fallout for the Blueshirts

A brain fart in my last post had me say Erik Christianson and Colby Armstrong went to Ottawa. Not true. Nor will they be getting lost in a bigger market, as obviously Atlanta is not a bigger market than Pittsburgh. … Continue reading

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Busy deadline raises questions

It was a crazy deadline this year. In all 24 trades were completed, second most in history. Here’s the chart, as per NHL.com. Team Player/Compensation Marian Hossa, FPascal Dupuis, F Erik Christensen, FColby Armstrong, FAngelo Esposito, C2008 first-round pick David … Continue reading

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Hossa to Pens, Rangers add Backman to blueline

Marian Hossa is on his way to the Penguins for prospect Angelo Esposito and forwards Colby Armstrong and Erik Christensen. Analysis: Wow! What a deal that is for the Pens. They lost only two depth forwards and got one of … Continue reading

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Deadline deals

There have been already 12 deals today including the biggest one seeing Tampa center Brad Richards shipped along with netminder Johan Holmqvist to the Stars for Mike Smith, Jussi Jokinen and Jeff Halpern. As I am at work, it’s very … Continue reading

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