Tag Archives: Carey Price

Who’s Better? Brodeur, Hasek or Roy

Every hockey fan knows who Martin Brodeur, Dominik Hasek and Patrick Roy are. If you don’t, I suggest google and YouTube. I discussed the three below along with some commentary on other legends above. Feel free to check it out. … Continue reading

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Game #63 Fox sparks unreal third period comeback in huge Rangers win at Montreal, bottom lines play key role, Georgiev 32 saves, Quinn pushes right buttons

Alexandar The Great: Alex Georgiev made 32 saves to allow the Rangers to come back from a two-goal deficit and win 5-2 over the Canadiens at Bell Centre. AP Photo credit New York Rangers via Getty Images You want to … Continue reading

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Rangers make smart move swapping Joey Keane for Julien Gauthier, Lindgren takes high road on Marchand, confusing playoff system, awful Leafs and Canadiens

A minor trade that could help the Rangers at forward could impact what happens with Chris Kreider (seen above with Derek Stepan). Much earlier on Tuesday, the Rangers decided to make a trade that could immediately impact the future. In … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Malkin somehow still gets overlooked

AP Photo credit sportnet.ca via Canadian Press Imagine being one of the game’s brightest stars on a team you helped win three Stanley Cups, a Calder, a Conn Smythe, a Hart Trophy and two scoring titles. All this list of … Continue reading

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Lundqvist speaks on being a Ranger, DeAngelo/Lemieux 2020, Quinn changes defense pairs, Strome a game time decision

Better Times: Henrik Lundqvist (seen above with Carey Price) has fallen on hard times since 2017-18. In the first round series versus the Canadiens, he outplayed Price in the 2017 NHL Playoffs. It was his last series win. He had … Continue reading

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Game #28: Canadiens get retribution, disappointing loss for Rangers

AP Photo credit Matt Campbell via Canadian Press Oh and about Carey Price… We think he’s back. #CP31 #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/Ib65sbJzhG — From Failing Hands Podcast (@FFHandsPodcast) December 7, 2019 Anytime you lose a game late, it sucks. Especially the way … Continue reading

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Brendan Smith deserves his own thread

So, during the second period of tonight’s game against the Canadiens, this happened. Hell of a goal by Brendan Smith #NYR pic.twitter.com/4bbAY4CqCu — Rob Taub (@RTaub_) December 7, 2019 Yes sir! That would be noted sniper Brendan Smith beating Carey … Continue reading

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Georgiev to get another start due to Lundqvist illness

When the Rangers host the Canadiens tonight at Madison Square Garden, it’ll be Alexandar Georgiev in net again. Originally, Henrik Lundqvist was supposed to get the start in the second game of a back-to-back. However, an illness will prevent him … Continue reading

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The courageous words of deserving Masterton recipient Robin Lehner

If anyone suffers from mental illness, then you know the stigma attached to it. It can really suck. It kicked my ass recently in the form of a panic attack. Then a mini episode yesterday. Having battled Panic Disorder for … Continue reading

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Game #64: Bad bounces, Armia’s hat trick overshadow Lemieux’s first goal in 4-2 loss to Canadiens

Home ice is supposed to be friendly. Not so much for the Rangers, who had two bad bounces go against them in a 4-2 loss to the Canadiens. Those two bounces resulted in Montreal goals to turn around a second … Continue reading

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