Monthly Archives: March 2019

Game #78: A Georgie Special as Buchnevich and Strome stay hot in win at Flyers

Some might say, ‘What’s the point in winning these games?’ I think Marc Staal said it best the other day. You don’t teach losing at any level. It’s about competing every game no matter what. Or in hockey terms, every … Continue reading

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Game #79: Skimpy Saturday – Blues 3, Devils 2 (OT)

Thank goodness me and my friend had the club seats for last night’s home game, since nothing else about ‘Fan Appreciation’ night quite measured up.  From the game itself – the worst possible result that satisfies neither the Lose for … Continue reading

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Game #78: Fickle Friday – Red Wings 4, Devils 0

Last weekend it felt like an empty win when the Devils beat Arizona, because of how it negatively impacted draft positioning and didn’t really mean anything for us this season.  After last night I felt much the same – empty … Continue reading

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Game #77: Reunited KZB Line and Georgie spark Rangers to satisfying victory over Blues

It was Fan Appreciation night at The Garden. Even though they won’t participate in the playoffs a second consecutive year, these Blueshirts don’t know the word quit. It’s not in their vocabulary under coach David Quinn. They fell behind the … Continue reading

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Game #76: Big Bad Bruins humiliate Andersson and Rangers

I don’t often start off recaps like this. But I’m pretty ticked off at how that game ended. By that, I mean the way the big bad Bruins had to avenge Patrice Bergeron for a questionable hit by Lias Andersson … Continue reading

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Lias Andersson hit on Bergeron

Late in the second period of a one goal game, rookie center Lias Andersson caught Bruins star center Patrice Bergeron with this hit. It’s interesting. Of course, he got a double minor for it while Bergeron got only two minutes … Continue reading

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Freeze Frame This

The Rangers are tied with the Bruins 1-1 after a period in Beantown on NBCSN. It didn’t start ideally with David Pastrnak getting his 34th on a early power play for Boston due to another bench minor. That’s gotta be … Continue reading

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Lost In Translation: Tony DeAngelo

For those hockey brethren who are easily upset by a interesting young player who doesn’t have the best history so far, you might want to take a second look at Tony DeAngelo. In his second season with the Rangers, the … Continue reading

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Islanders get blanked by Bobrovsky and Blue Jackets

The Islanders remain a great story this season. On the verge of clinching a playoff berth under Jack Adams candidate Barry Trotz, they entered last night’s road game in Columbus fresh off two big wins this past weekend. Consecutive victories … Continue reading

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Game #77: Moody Monday – Devils 3, Sabres 1

I was really debating going to yesterday’s game with the free tickets I got via a team e-mail.  I’d already traded in my normal tickets for buyback credit towards next season’s invoice but clearly a Monday night game between two … Continue reading

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