Discussion in 'New York Rangers' started by Kupo, Jul 13, 2020.
He won't go with out a job for long.
You guys are, uh...
You guys are actors in a play about posting on a hockey forum that's been running a single performance over half a dozen years now...?
Well when you put it like that
Proof that you don’t need to go to a strip club for good wings.
I don't believe you. There used to be a place, many years ago now, near Giant's stadium called the Gallery. The sign read "good food nude". They weren't lying.
Hmmmmmmmm....if Hamilton is potentially coming back...Rangers need to end the series quickly
ADA is a game time decision for tomorrow- Staal fine (Per Vince)
Hajek the first man in in any contingency.
Fox, not ADA played the final 2 minutes of the exhibition game. I thought that was curious at the time, maybe the tweak happened before then?
lol a LD corps of Staal/Lindgren/Hajek (Smith probably moves to RD)
What did I miss: what's wrong with ADA?
I would assume Tony is probably fine but if he doesn’t play the Rangers will lose this series
So we lose DeAngelo possibly and get Staal back.
Tomorrow will be fun
I noticed he didn't play much after his penalty in the first period. Found it curious, but then I noticed he played much more in the third, probably because Staal was injured?
Nature is healing
If you guys don’t beat the Canes with terrible goalies and without Hamilton, that’d be pretty disappointing
Incredibly disappointing, yes.
Ugh I'd actually hope they just keep Smith-Trouba together since they've played well, lean hard on your top 4 of Smith-Troube, Lindgren-Fox, rotate Staal and Hajek in if need be
Again, short series, lean hard on your best players. If DeAngelo can't go, don't blow everything up just to make more balanced 3 pairs
I hope they keep Smith-Trouba together too.
If they're sticking Staal-Hajek as a pairing, limit their minutes as much as you can and let Smith-Trouba and Lindgren-Fox go for big minutes. No reason Staal-Hajek should see more than 10 minutes, tbh.
This is still a really young team that's pretty top heavy and things only started coming together for them at the end of the season. The 'Canes possession heavy game may be tough for the young rookies to deal with and Chytil, Kappo, etc may need to step up since they're not going to get any easy assignments against Carolina.
All said it probably comes down to whichever team "clicks" fast enough, almost regardless of talent
He played more than 13 minutes in the first two periods. Given that there was a lot of PK time, I don't think that's too unusual.
Pesce is the guy we’re fortunate to be missing.
Hamilton is the last guy I’d worry about facing in these situations.
What situations? Hockey games?
Pesce is very good too but literally ehat
A top-3 D in the NHL is the last guy you would worry about? In that case you should have us winning this series handily.
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