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  1. #46
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    he was out of the crease...

  2. #47
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    VERY NICE!!!! I like!!!

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    Sick goal. I think Anisimov will definatly make the team. He has shown alot during the Preseason games.

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    sweeet

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    "GREENBURGH, N.Y. - Right wing Marian Gaborik, who is sore from skating and being treated cautiously by coach John Tortorella, could make his Rangers debut tomorrow in Boston.

    Gaborik, 27, who had hip surgery last season and played only 17 games for the Wild, scrimmaged for the first time yesterday, scored against Henrik Lundqvist and practiced afterward.

    "It's improving every day," he said. "I'm making the trip. I want to be out there playing."

    Tortorella, who said Gaborik needs to play before the regular-season opener in two weeks, ruled him out of tonight's game in Detroit, but playing in Boston is possible.

    "It's not the hip," Tortorella said. "He's sore. A lot of guys are sore. I think it's him feeling mentally comfortable with it. He will play some exhibition games; it's just when he plays them . . . I don't blame him for the way he thinks about this. I believe in pushing athletes. But you can't be stupid, either."

    The Rangers pared the roster from 54 to 34, reassigning players to the Hartford Wolf Pack or junior teams. Several players on the bubble did enough pushing in the short camp and during preseason games to merit a chance to stick around a bit.

    Among them were Paul Crowder, a center at the University of Alaska-Anchorage who turned pro, and P.A. Parenteau, a longtime AHLer who will vie for the final forward spots with 19-year-old Russian Evgeny Grachev, Brian Boyle and Aaron Voros.

    Five defensemen - barring a disaster, Matt Gilroy has a spot on the club - are hunting for the sixth and possibly seventh slot: Michael Del Zotto, Ilkka Heikkinen, Bobby Sanguinetti, Corey Potter and Alexei Semenov. Tortorella's evaluation sounded like a warning shot across the bows of Wade Redden and Michal Rozsival. "I like what I see from the kids,'' he said. "As far as the veteran guys, I'm not crazy about what's going on there.''

    Forward Dane Byers, who observers believed had an opportunity to make the fourth line, did not. Defenseman Mike Sauer, a second-round draft pick in 2005, was edged by Heikkinen because the Finnish defenseman has more offensive upside. "Heikkinen has caught our eye a little bit to take a look for a little longer," Tortorella said.

    Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Byers and Corey Locke, who will continue training camp in Hartford to avoid waivers for the moment, will play against the Bruins, Tortorella said. Sanguinetti could see time in both weekend games. Forwards Patrick Rissmiller, Tyler Arnason and Jordan Owens also are training with the Wolf Pack. Goalies Matt Zaba and Chad Johnson will be on the trip, but Lundqvist and Steve Valiquette will finish out the final three preseason games."


    http://www.newsday.com/sports/hockey...uins-1.1457982

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    ****ing sick goal by anisimov

    and larry brooks said he was a defensive third line center with some offensive upside

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    So I think we will see him in the next game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyanks79 View Post
    Sick goal. I think Anisimov will definatly make the team. He has shown alot during the Preseason games.
    It seemed like the team expected him to make the jump but the last 2 games may have locked it up.

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    :cry: dont be hurt

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    How has the game been going? I just got home. I see who scored the goals, but how were they scored?

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    ****ing ********.

    the bruins player instigated a fight against voros and didnt get a penalty but byers gets a penalty?

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    wow nice series of saves by chad "ochocinco" johnson

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    Johnson has really played well in the little time that he has played

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    Gilroy pivots his feet in the offensive zone in kind of a Brian Leetch type fashion (not saying he is another Leetch). I remember the questions when we signed the kid but I think he is showing why we wanted him.

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    gilroy has great end to end speed.

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