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Archive for Game Wrap-ups

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Last night, Rangers fans were treated to the final “It’s a power play goal!” call by Sam Rosen of the season, as the MSG broadcast signed off for 2017-18.  Game 82 on Saturday in Philadelphia will be broadcast by NBC.  Even though this season’s fate was sealed long ago, and no one will miss this particular version of the Rangers, the end of a hockey season is always a tad upsetting.

The Rangers couldn’t muster much against the Islanders and were swept by their intra-city rivals this season (0-3-1, -10 GD).  The Rangers have now failed to win at Barclays Center since the Islanders moved there three seasons ago (0-5-1).

Kevin Hayes scored in the first period on the power play, but that was pretty much it.  Filip Chytil had some noticeable moments, in particular when he set up Paul Carey for a golden opportunity in the second period, but Carey’s shot was stopped by Jaroslav Halak.

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In stark contrast to Monday night’s game, the Caps and Rangers played a tight one last night. Instead of the Caps jumping out to a big lead and then sitting back, they played a pretty tight game. The goaltending was solid, but both Henrik Lundqvist and Braden Holtby allowed weak ones.

The kids played another pretty strong game. Neal Pionk, minus his gaffe at the end of regulation, had a spectacular game. Lias Andersson notched an assist. The team really turned it around after that poor first period on Monday, playing decent hockey for five straight periods. I’ll take it.

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The Rangers faced off against Washington tonight in a game that was tied for about five minutes before it was over. It might have been over before the puck dropped. The Caps jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead on some of the easiest goals I’ve seen. There was nothing Alex Georgiev could do in his short stay in net.

The Rangers clawed back, which is good to see. Lias Andersson notched his first NHL goal by going to the net. Filip Chytil grabbed his first NHL assist on Mats Zuccarello’s goal. They made it somewhat interesting, but that awful start couldn’t be overcome.

Andersson and Chytil both looked very good. Pavel Buchnevich also looked good, setting up a lumbering Cody McLeod for a good chance. The kids, they are alright.

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Pictured: Third line scoring winger Cody McLeod!

The Rangers continued playing out the string last night, losing to the Philadelphia Flyers 4-3. The game was an entertaining affair, and featured strong performances from Jesper Fast, Alexandar Georgiev and Chris Kreider. The Blueshirts put forth a solid effort, but lost due to the lack of talent and depth that playoff teams like the Flyers boast. It was a game very much in line with what we’ve seen from the Rangers over the last few weeks, and likely what we’ll continue to see as the season winds down.

But if you came here expecting a full game recap, I’m sorry to disappoint. Instead, I’d like to talk about Cody McLeod and Vladislav Namestnikov.

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Mar
21

Panarin’s hat trick downs Rangers

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Score a bunch and hope Henrik Lundqvist makes the save has been the stigma of this season. However lately it’s been more like “score a lot and hope Hank makes the save and then makes 50 others because we don’t play defense.” Last night was another case of that, as the Rangers bled shots and had several facepalm incidents on defense. Some led to goals. Others led to miraculous saves. All led to us hanging our heads in shame.

Sergei Bobrovsky was also tested, as the Blueshirts actually put 32 shots on him. When you score three on Bob, you need to win. The Rangers did not. Because who needs defense?

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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.

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The Rangers and Hurricanes alternated goals last night, and luckily for the Rangers they scored first and it was an odd number of goals. They came out with a 6-3 win after leading 1-0, 2-1, and 3-2. This wasn’t a pretty game by any means, as both teams had extended periods of sloppy play. But it was the Jimmy Vesey hat trick that left us all smiling last night.

Neither goalie was outstanding, but Alex Georgiev was certainly better than Scott Darling in this one. That said, Georgiev did make some nice stops to close out the game. The constant pressure was nice to see, even if the potential for a higher draft pick was on the back of everyone’s minds. Also on the back of everyone’s mind is the injury to Tony DeAngelo, who had a gruesome spill in the boards. Legs don’t bend like that in that place.

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It’s amazing how quickly the story of a game can shift from a trade to a total dismantling of a team. The Bolts led the shots on goal count by three touchdowns by the end of the first period, with Henrik Lundqvist stopping all but two of them. The Blueshirts didn’t register a shot on goal until 11 minutes into the period. That’s a combination of how good Tampa is and how bad the Rangers are.

Andrei Vasilevskiy wasn’t tested at all. Hank was eventually pulled after allowing four goals on 31 shots, with three of them virtually unstoppable. As for the Rangers, they scored. So that’s good. That’s a positive. Right?

Fuel the tank.

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Mar
07

Laine 3, Rangers 0

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The Rangers came back home after an impressive road trip looking to build some good ju-ju with the new kids in the lineup. They did not, getting shut out by a very talented and dangerous Winnipeg Jets team. Patrick Laine notched the hat trick, outscoring the Rangers on his own. That sounds worse than it is, since Laine is pretty damn good.

This wasn’t a lack of effort by the Blueshirts. It’s just that Winnipeg is really good. Limiting the Jets to just two goals by one of the best goal scorers in the game today is pretty good. It just so happens that the Blueshirts don’t have any talent or depth to match up to the Jets. Such is life in a rebuild.

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The Rangers and Flyers put on a show for us yesterday afternoon, scoring six times in the first and another three times in the second in a very back and forth game. Add in the three fights in the first period, and it was one of the more entertaining games we’ve had in a while.

That said, the Rangers were on the familiar losing side of another game. Henrik Lundqvist wasn’t given much help, but also looked totally gassed and allowed at least one that he probably should have had. He needs a break. He was supposed to get one this weekend, but that went to the wayside when Alex Georgiev came down with the flu. Why he was still in the game in the third when it was 7-4, I do not know.

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