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Mar
15

That was the most fun I’ve had watching hockey in a while

March 15, 2018, by

AP Photo/Frank Franklin II

The Rangers and the Penguins played a fairly fast paced game, one that was pretty entertaining actually. The Pens dominated the first two periods, then their defense took a nap in the third and the Rangers poured it on. The teams traded chances in the third, which ended with Evgeni Malkin missing on a penalty shot with ten seconds remaining, forcing overtime. Was a fun period. But in the end, you can’t match the Penguins in 3-on-3 hockey. It’s really not fair. Can you tell I expected them to lose? Hah. Sorry. I forgot I wrote that and didn’t proof read!

Alex Georgiev played very well in net, but he will want that Carl Hagelin wrap around back. Casey DeSmith wasn’t so bad either. In a game where the teams really traded chances, the goalies played very well. The teams traded chances. It was open. it was fun hockey. Sure, there was some sloppy play too, but this was the most entertaining game I’ve seen this team play in a long, long time.

On to the goals:

Pens 1, Rangers 0

Bad Brady. Bad, bad Brady.

Pens 2, Rangers 0

Riley Sheahan found the seam between the defense, and Kris Letang had his head up the whole way. Letang places his shot perfectly, and Sheahan got the tip.

Pens 2, Rangers 1

This powerplay goal begins with the retrieval low and the outlet to Neal Pionk at the point. Pionk made a nice pass to Pavel Buchnevich, who put the puck on net. Chris Kreider was in front untouched, and got a whack at the rebound.

Rangers 2, Pens 2

The Penguins were a mess in the third period. The Rangers really owned that period. This goal was the culmination of that, as Marc Staal put the puck in the slot on Jesper Fast’s stick, who deflected it over DeSmith’s glove for the equalizer.

Pens 3, Rangers 2

This is one Georgiev wants back.

Rangers 3, Pens 3

Chris Kreider absolutely blew by Kris Letang on the powerplay rush, getting the puck to the slot for Mika Zibanejad for the finish. You know you’re fast when you make Letang look slow.

Rangers 4, Pens 3

Three on three hockey is fun. This time Kreider drew two guys, then dished to Zibanejad with a ton of room. He beat DeSmith, off the post, off his back, nothing but net.

I know. Fuel the tank. But it’s fun beating the Penguins. I will never get tired of it. Let’s enjoy this one.

"That was the most fun I've had watching hockey in a while", 5 out of 5 based on 16 ratings.
Categories : Game Wrap-ups

44 comments

  1. Flatbush says:

    Enjoyed it. This was a game where Vesey, Z and Hayes were noticeable although Hayes had some ugly turnovers at the start. I thought Fast on the first line was a joke. He missed an easy finish but did make a nice deflection. We bent a few times but the guy in net didn’t break. I know G would like to have the wrap around back
    All in all the D got to the puck and moved it with short passes and good support by our forwards. They stayed away from the dumb stretch pass on a consistent basis. I didn’t expect a win.

  2. SalMerc says:

    We have a high level of “compete” in us that does not nearly meet the talent level. I am unsure how youth and depth will provide us with game-changing players in just 2 years.

    Hoping that we bring back a Grabner, Nash, not so much, to give us more speed. Our defense adds nothing to our offense. Thinking going all in on Karlsson might not be a bad idea.

  3. D C says:

    We’re good at tanking…say goodbye to that elite talent we wanted.
    Please please keep Kreider.

    • rglv says:

      Unfortunately we are NOT good at tanking… say goodbye to that elite talent we wanted. From NYPost article by Larry Brooks, “11 points in the last 8 games is 11 more points that does them any good, unless you believe that a late charge sets up the next season, which I am here to tell you, is absolute nonsense”. So true. The notion of team spirit, pride, etc. goes out the window next year as perhaps 50% of team will be different.
      To those who are going to give me thumbs down for this post, enjoy your next mediocre team for the next few years.
      I hope I am wrong.

      • D C says:

        I was being sarcastic.
        We’ll get a great prospect with the 10th pick in the draft but not one with elite potential. Really need to be picking in the top 7 for that.
        I know it’s frowned upon to be noticeably tanking but winning these meaningless games doesn’t do anything for this team in the future.

      • Egelstein says:

        I often disagree with Brooks, but that is one point I am with him on. This is not going to be some magical set of memories that inspire them to win a Cup next season. That said, I don’t know as missing the top 7 automatically means mediocrity for years to come, either. There have been a lot of other encouraging moves made, and Chytil and Andersson seem well on their way even aside from what was done this season so far, for example. Free agency and probably more trades before the draft are part of the equation as well. So I wouldn’t go quite that far to say that falling out of lottery territory ruins them automatically.

        The point however does remain that in most drafts, you are looking at top 3 for the elite-projection range. Bad drafts might have just one of those guys. Maybe top 5 in a deep draft. This year it does indeed look to be a major outlier extra-deep draft with around the 7-8 range for those types of player projections, which is a unique opportunity for a team like the Rangers who are not often in the position to hit the elite range in average drafts. I’m not pleased, personally. I want to see a loss every night right now; didn’t seem to be so challenging for them not so long ago to string together a putrid month. It is what it is…but it seems to me that they sure picked the wrong time to start stealing wins/OT loser points. I see nothing wrong with noting that, indeed, these wins are not playing to our advantage.

        • tanto says:

          We’re not getting into the top 3 without the help of the ping pong balls anyway. Let these guys play, they won’t tank … players don’t tank and no one should expect them to. If you want to blame someone for playing to win at all costs, blame AV. Just look at the ice times. He’s shortening the bench in all these games.

          • Egelstein says:

            Again, this draft doesn’t seem to require top 3 to get a projected difference-maker. That’s not the case in the vast majority of drafts, and if this was a typical draft, then yes – winning these games might not be so much of an issue. I hear you, and I am also less apt to blame the players – especially those who have their first big/long term contract to worry about, of course…still doesn’t change the fact that winning games right now is, at a basic level, potentially unfortunate for this team’s future given the current situation.

            No draft is idiot-proof; for example, how many teams (including us) regret whiffing on Tarasenko? So I get that all is not lost if they don’t get in the large top tier this season. Again, though…the Rangers do not find themselves with the mere possibility of drafting a projected difference maker very often. I’d love to see them take advantage and dip into the deep pool of players this draft features that do project as much safer picks to get a difference-maker.

          • Egelstein says:

            Again, this draft doesn’t seem to require top 3 to get a projected difference-maker. That’s not the case in the vast majority of drafts, and if this was a typical draft, then yes – winning these games might not be so much of an issue. I hear you, and I am also less apt to blame the players – especially those who have their first big/long term contract to worry about, of course…still doesn’t change the fact that winning games right now is, at a basic level, potentially unfortunate for this team’s future given the current situation. And although I can say that ping-pong-ball conspiracy theorists do make some valid points and there have been some suspiciously unlikely outcomes over the years, I still would like to believe it isn’t rigged. This top three are all guys that are top picks in many drafts, with another four or five behind them who are often top three in many drafts.

            No draft is idiot-proof; for example, how many teams (including us) regret whiffing on Tarasenko? So I get that all is not lost if they don’t get in the comparatively-large top tier this season. Again, though…the Rangers do not find themselves with the mere possibility of drafting a projected difference maker very often. I’d love to see them take advantage and dip into the deep pool of players this draft features that do project as much safer picks to get a difference-maker.

            • Egelstein says:

              Oops, thought it didn’t post first time so added some points and re-posted. That was odd.

  4. Walt says:

    Watching the game, and being down 2-0,I wasn’t rooting per se against the boy’s but didn’t want them to win, due to draft position. Watching both Cindy, and Igor, the immense dislike I have for them surfaced, and I said the tank can begin the next game, let’s beat these SOB’s tonight…….

    It’s been a while that I can’t recall this team come back like they did, played with some composure, and didn’t roll over. The defense showed their weakness, especially when the Pens were applying pressure for a third goal. Too many Pens standing in front of our goal, unmolested, drinking a cup of tea. These kids have to learn to push bodies around, that it’s not against the rules to put an opponent on his tail end.

    Alex in net was terrific, so cool, and composed. If he continues playing like this, he should be our back up to Hank next season, forget about Pavlec.

    • tanto says:

      Just forget about Pavelec. Pavelec even when he was playing well didn’t look as calm, cool and collected as this kid.

  5. Andy says:

    I know winning is not in our best interest for the draft, but coming back and beating Pittsburgh always makes me happy. Georgiev looked pretty solid last night too. It’s nice to see Kreider play the way he did last night. Buch has looked good the past couple of games. And Zib had a pretty decent night too. Pionk seems to be getting the hang of the NHL. It’s not all roses, but we beat The Penns and when you look at our young core, there’s some good talent there. Stay the course and draft well.

    • Walt says:

      Andy

      I liked the way Pionk took the puck away from Latang, and then played keep away from him. I just wish he were a little bigger, but he should be a starter for us next year for sure!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Andy says:

        That was great. I wish he was a little bigger as well. He can be sure cab be a bit feisty when he wants to be. He may be a 5-6 D man but that’s fine. We need them as well. But I do like his game too!

      • tanto says:

        Nah, he just needs to get a little stronger …. you can’t teach size but you can teach strength. Strength trumps size.

        • craig says:

          Pionk is listed as 6′ / 190lbs, not that tiny.
          Maybe he needs to hit the Gym and put ten pounds of muscle on and he should do better physically in his own end.

          • tanto says:

            190 is a good weight, you could adversely affect his skating if he added 10 pounds (obviously every individual is different) … whereas just a strengthening of the core might be all he really needs.

  6. pas44 says:

    Judging from the small amount I have seen him, Gilmour can really move the puck up the ice! Really fine staking.

    • Kevin says:

      He does miss the net a ton with his shots… If his team nickname isn’t “Happy” then they’re doing something wrong…

  7. Bloomer says:

    That Boink kid played well and Krieder had super human speed. They are a good group of hockey players, too good to tank.

  8. JERRY MALEY says:

    For 2 years I’ve been screaming at the TV Chris Kreider to “go to the net”. And last night he did. What a display last night. Awesome!! One more thought…WTF was that with Susan Sarandon????

    • Stevem says:

      I asked the same question on the previous post. It’s something NBC does apparently. She’s a huge Ranger fan. I would have much more enjoyed the Hanson Bros. behind the glass with Pee-Air

      • Egelstein says:

        Yeah, they often at least zoom in on celebrity fans on the national games at MSG. I could live without them putting a mic in their face, though. I don’t even care who it is…could be my personal favorite movie stars. I still would rather have the air time filled with hockey analysis.

        Unless it’s commentary from that Haterade-sippin’ windbag Milbury. I’d rather listen to a medley of fingernails on chalkboards mixed with someone farting on a snare drum than listen to Milbury’s severely biased commentary.

        • Stevem says:

          Lol, being a drummer for 32 years that farting on a snare drum comment was hysterical

          • Egelstein says:

            I stole it from the movie Airheads. For those who have not seen it, terrible movie in many ways…but I found it hilarious in my youth (I was about 12-13 when it came out), so I still enjoy it from time to time if I see it on Netflix, etc. There is one line where Adam Sandler, drummer of the band that is the subject of the movie, says, “I ain’t farting on no snare drum!”.

            • Stevem says:

              Remember the movie well bud, Terrible but hilarious at the same time. “The Lone Rangers”.. love Buscemi and Joe Montegna

    • upstateranger says:

      she added more than most of ” nbcsn ” announcers, certainly mike emrick & most of the time pierre but even he was ok last nite.

    • Rod Seiling's Twilight Zone says:

      Sarandon is from Queens & NJ and (with Tim Robbins) flew to Vancouver for the 6th game in 1994. She’s a real fan. She may also be the best looking 70+ year old woman on the planet.

  9. Dave says:

    I goofed on the recap, sorry folks. Edited and fixed. Left the error there too for your enjoyment.

  10. InvalidBeard says:

    Here’s to hoping as part of the new coach and system, they bring in a top notch defense coach who can teach these guys. Getting very very nervous about Skjei.

    • tanto says:

      Don’t worry, he’s trying to do too much … that never works out for a player, especially on D.

  11. Hockey Sittoo says:

    Nice to see Georgi not rattled by the bad goal or the penalty shot. He’s got really solid technique and terrific composure for such a young man. I think Pavs’ time as a Ranger is at an end. Hopefully Hank only plays a couple more games going forward so they can fully assess G. But he looks like he can do the job.

  12. Becky says:

    How about that Pionk kid? Eh???

  13. WayneG says:

    Last night’s game was fun to watch. After reading all of the above comments I think I have something else to add, hence the post. I thought the Rangers played as well as the Pens but lacked puck luck through the first 2 periods. They actually, to my count, had more, better scoring opportunities but lacked that little extra something to finish or their goalie made a truly great save. While watching a little voice in my head was saying “it’s OK if we lose, better picks” and I was OK with that. A louder voice was saying “this is shitsburg, let’s beat them”. Our picks, for the most part, are out of our control. Lottery takes to sure thing out of the equation. Where we finish is where we finish. Calling for professional athletes to tank is not only unrealistic is flies in the face of the attitude we want on our team moving forward.
    At this point I am happy win or lose. As look as they play competitively and play the youth I’m happy.
    Just my opinion.

    • rglv says:

      “They actually, to my count, had more, better scoring opportunities but lacked that little extra something to finish”
      The little something is called SKILLS.

      • tanto says:

        Rangers finished on 4 shots, the Pens on 3 … so unless we had 5 better chances to every 3 better Pen chances I guess we matched them last night as far as skill is concerned. 😉