Goal breakdown: Rangers win a sloppy one in Buffalo

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http://londonclothingworks.com/prednisone-5mg-pack.html Anton Stralman created his own luck when he pinched in at the beginning of the cycle to keep the puck in the zone. The puck was eventually cycled by Clowe, Rick Nash, and Derick Brassard to maintain possession. The puck wound up back at Stralman’s stick, who beat Miller with what appeared to be a shot he should have stopped. Miller may have been screened by Ehrhoff on the play, but I didn’t see a deflection. This one ended Miller’s night.

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Mats Zuccarello made a diving play in the offensive zone to both keep the zone and prevent a breakout for the Sabres. Richards also helped out and made sure the puck stayed in the zone. After his play, Richards moved to open space and was eventually at the goal line, where Pardy just let him hang out. John Moore collected the loose puck created from Zuccarello and Richards, and put it on net. Jhonas Enroth didn’t get all of it, and Richards tried to poke the loose puck in behind Enroth. Pardy was the one who eventually put the puck in the net though.

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After the Sabres failed to get the puck deep in the zone, the Rangers broke out in transition. The tic-tac-toe play by Nash and Hagelin was great passing, and Nash wound up with a great look from his favorite spot to shoot (the off-wing face off dot). At this point, the Rangers relaxed, perhaps a bit too much.

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While on the powerplay, the Sabres worked the puck to the point for a shot by Ehrhoff. Eminger didn’t tie up Cody Hodgson in the high slot, who got a stick on the shot and deflected it past Hank.

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Just six seconds later, Nathan Gerbe beat Hank after stealing Michael Del Zotto’s clearing attempt. MDZ tried to create a play by clearing the puck cross-ice in the neutral zone. When you have a 6-1 lead, you play it safe and use the boards. Lesson learned.

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Just as the Sabres get on the board because of a turnover, Ryan Callahan steals the puck from Mike Weber at the Rangers blue line and beats Enroth on the breakaway.

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Hank probably wants this one back. Drew Stafford did have a beauty of a backhanded shot to the corner, but he took it from around 15-20 feet away from the net. It was a great shot, but Hank probably would like to have this one back.

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After another Buffalo turnover at the Rangers blue line, Ryan McDonagh got the puck to Richards with both Buffalo defenders back. Richards had some room, but just threw the puck on net from the top of the circle. Enroth misplayed it, and Richards had his first career hat trick.

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Another powerplay goal for the Sabres, as they worked the puck to Mark Pysyk at the far side boards. Pysyk took a slap shot, and it deflected off Eminger past Hank. Hank slammed his stick after this one.

The Rangers did what they needed to do to get their two points, but they appeared to let up after jumping out to a six goal lead. They were very sloppy, and either got too confident or just too lazy. After they got that six goal lead, they were outscored 4-2 to close out the game. It wasn’t a perfect win, but they got their two points, which now gives them sole possession of the #8 seed in the East. They control their own destiny.

17 thoughts on “Goal breakdown: Rangers win a sloppy one in Buffalo

  • Apr 20, 2013 at 11:24 am
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    Stepan had the nice passing to set up Nash’s goal. Which is why they should still be on a line together.

  • Apr 20, 2013 at 12:17 pm
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    Missed the game last night, but Richards had a hat trick?! The?!

  • Apr 20, 2013 at 12:20 pm
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    Has anyone noticed the Rangers scoring outburst of 14 goals in 2 games has coincided with Brian Boyle being out of the lineup…….
    Coincidence?

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 12:31 pm
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      Makes total sense… like in the not-at-all way. Panthers stink and so do the Sabres.

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 1:02 pm
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      Yes, coincidence. They played the two worst defenses in the league.

  • Apr 20, 2013 at 12:59 pm
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    Have no idea if I should be pulling for the Jets or the Isles this afternoon…someone help me with this internal debate; should I root for trying to catch the Isles or to keep the Jets down?

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 1:00 pm
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      I suppose I should just root for a regulation win for either (thanks Bettman).

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 1:02 pm
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      Just wish for a two point game.

      • Apr 20, 2013 at 1:25 pm
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        You have to pull for the Isles; forget about 7th place, the Rangers need breathing room.

      • Apr 20, 2013 at 5:39 pm
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        so much for that. Unbelievable

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 1:06 pm
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      According to Sportsclubstats, our playoff chances are at 92.4%. This goes down 2.4% if Winnipeg wins, but up 3.6 if the Fishsticks triumph. So I suggest casually rooting against Winnipeg, and then waiting for the Fishticks to be humiliated in the playoffs.

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 5:28 pm
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      Root for an Ilses win with a Tavares injury.

      • Apr 21, 2013 at 12:52 am
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        Why would you root for Tavares to be injured?

  • Apr 20, 2013 at 1:17 pm
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    1) I’d suspect that after jumping to a 6-0 lead, the Rangers just let their guard down. It’s hard to play with intensity and poise being up by such a margin. Doesn’t really excuse the sloppy play, but surely accounts for why it happened. Wouldn’t have went down that way, I don’t think, had the Rangers been protecting a one goal lead.

    2) So, with 14 goals in 2 games, do we get excited, or was this nothing more than terrible goaltending and ridiculously fortuitous bounces?

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 2:19 pm
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      They played two bad defenses, but they have been generating their own luck by throwing the puck on net. They are bound to regress to the mean, but that’s over an 82 game schedule. A 48 game schedule throws regression out the window.

  • Apr 20, 2013 at 2:57 pm
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    Another 9+ goal breakdown, huh Dave? Nice write up, the only thing I disagree with is the Stafford goal. From the behind the net replay it looked like Hank was screened. Not his strongest game, but I don’t think there were any softies…

    • Apr 20, 2013 at 4:47 pm
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      thought so too

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