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NY Rangers Is Full of Vitality Again

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Rick Nash came up big when the New York Rangers needed him the most. Nash had a goal and assist and also scored in the shootout to lead the New York Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday night.

It was Buffalo's third straight game that ended in a shootout. The Sabres had won the previous two, but this game ended its season-high three-game winning streak.

Ryan Callahan also scored for New York in the shootout. Derek Stepan added a goal, and Henrik Lundqvist made 28 saves. New York has won two in a row. So NY Rangers is full of life again, Do you agree with me on this point?

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Rick Nash came up big when the New York Rangers needed him the most. Nash had a goal and assist and also scored in the shootout to lead the New York Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday night.

It was Buffalo's third straight game that ended in a shootout. The Sabres had won the previous two, but this game ended its season-high three-game winning streak.

Ryan Callahan also scored for New York in the shootout. Derek Stepan added a goal, and Henrik Lundqvist made 28 saves. New York has won two in a row. So NY Rangers is full of life again, Do you agree with me on this point?

I still do not think they are better than the Bruins. Bruins roll 4 lines and have a better defensive group. Plus its the Rangers they will lay an egg come playoffs.

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Their PP finally converted last night. Lundqvist is is mid-season form, but the Rangers need to support him with their backcheck.

I agree though. Nash injects vitality into this team. He is flying out there right now.

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I don't think of the Rangers as elite. I do not like their d-men, and they rely on Henrik to keep bailing them out. As for the shootout they are great when ur goalie gets the win. They are great that none of the stats count. They suck when ur goalie loses. They suck that none of the stats count. I think they need to bring back GWG and credit the shootout winner even though he did not get a real goal.

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Rick Nash came up big when the New York Rangers needed him the most. Nash had a goal and assist and also scored in the shootout to lead the New York Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday night.

It was Buffalo's third straight game that ended in a shootout. The Sabres had won the previous two, but this game ended its season-high three-game winning streak.

Ryan Callahan also scored for New York in the shootout. Derek Stepan added a goal, and Henrik Lundqvist made 28 saves. New York has won two in a row. So NY Rangers is full of life again, Do you agree with me on this point?

I still do not think they are better than the Bruins. Bruins roll 4 lines and have a better defensive group. Plus its the Rangers they will lay an egg come playoffs.

Maybe you 're right, you know as a Rangers fan, l like this news

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I don't think of the Rangers as elite. I do not like their d-men, and they rely on Henrik to keep bailing them out. As for the shootout they are great when ur goalie gets the win. They are great that none of the stats count. They suck when ur goalie loses. They suck that none of the stats count. I think they need to bring back GWG and credit the shootout winner even though he did not get a real goal.

this is your persona; opinion,What's more,GWG won't go back

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Their PP finally converted last night. Lundqvist is is mid-season form, but the Rangers need to support him with their backcheck.

I agree though. Nash injects vitality into this team. He is flying out there right now.

Thanks, so you're a Rangers fan?

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Their PP finally converted last night. Lundqvist is is mid-season form, but the Rangers need to support him with their backcheck.

I agree though. Nash injects vitality into this team. He is flying out there right now.

Thanks, so you're a Rangers fan?

Cindi,

I grew up in NY, so I follow the Rangers. But believe it or not I am a Devil fan.

I also drafted Lunqvist onto my fantasy team.

I wish Kovalchuk had the fire in his skates that Nash has right now. Nash came out like a bat out of hell on the first day off his injury. Refreshing to see a star player put that much effort into every play - broken or not.

It almost seems like Kovalchuck gives up on plays due to sheer bordeom. If his skates kept churining like Nash's he would easily have an extra scoring chance or two on those broken plays.

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Their PP finally converted last night. Lundqvist is is mid-season form, but the Rangers need to support him with their backcheck.

I agree though. Nash injects vitality into this team. He is flying out there right now.

Thanks, so you're a Rangers fan?

Cindi,

I grew up in NY, so I follow the Rangers. But believe it or not I am a Devil fan.

I also drafted Lunqvist onto my fantasy team.

I wish Kovalchuk had the fire in his skates that Nash has right now. Nash came out like a bat out of hell on the first day off his injury. Refreshing to see a star player put that much effort into every play - broken or not.

It almost seems like Kovalchuck gives up on plays due to sheer bordeom. If his skates kept churining like Nash's he would easily have an extra scoring chance or two on those broken plays.

I think Nash is a good player.

Which Devils player do you like best?

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Hmm... Kovalchuk?

I don't know. I've been a fan for so long that I feel wrong not choosing Elias or Marty. But Kovalchuk has been my favorite player since his days in Atlanta.

I think I need an Elias jersey before he retires...

Thanks for asking. Who is you favorite player, Cindy?

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