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Feb 19th, 2013 - Habs vs Rangers

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Forwards

Marian Gaborik - Brad Richards - Ryan Callahan

Carl Hagelin - Derek Stepan - Rick Nash

Taylor Pyatt - Brian Boyle - J.T. Miller

Arron Asham - Jeff Halpern - Chris Kreider

Defense

Ryan McDonagh - Daniel Girardi

Marc Staal - Anton Stralman

Matt Gilroy - Michael Del Zotto

Goaltenders

Henrik Lundqvist

Martin Biron

Forwards

Rene Bourque - Tomas Plekanec - Brian Gionta

Max Pacioretty - David Desharnais - Erik Cole

Brandon Prust - Alex Galchenyuk - Lars Eller

Travis Moen - Ryan White - Colby Armstrong

Defense

Andrei Markov - Alexei Emelin

Josh Gorges - Raphael Diaz

Francis Bouillon - P.K. Subban

Goaltenders

Price

Budaj

Team/Player Stats
Record: 8-5-1

Scratches: Mashinter, Bickel

Injuries: Sauer, Powe

Goals: Gaborik (7)

Assists: Nash/Richards (9)

Points: Nash (12)

+/-: Nash (9)

Record: 10-4-1

Scratches: Kaberle, Weber

Injuries: Nokelainen, Gallagher

Goals: Plekanec (8)

Assists: Diaz (11)

Points: Plekanec (13)

+/-: Galchenyuk (8)

GAME NOTES
Puck Drop: 7:30 PM EST

TV: RDSHD, TSN Habs, MSG

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Some pregame viewing material: 5 years ago today (against New York), the Habs had their largest comeback in franchise history, recovering from a 5-0 2nd period deficit to win 6-5 in a shootout.


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Some pregame viewing material: 5 years ago today (against New York), the Habs had their largest comeback in franchise history, recovering from a 5-0 2nd period deficit to win 6-5 in a shootout.

I sold my pair of tix for this game two months before... Couldn't know it would happen... FAAAAAAAAWWWWK !!!!!

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I will say the f-word every time McDonagh touches the puck tonight.

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Price gets the nod in goal for the Habs while it appears Rick Nash won't go for the Rangers. Brandon Mashinter is expected to make his Rangers debut in his place (after being acquired in the preseason from San Jose).

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Good news on Nash. This is another good challenge for the habs as they play better teams. We will need a big game from Price. I also hope our PP gets back on track.

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Wow...post flu brain fart by Price.

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Desharnais....into the slot area! BRILLIANT PASS to someone.... in a far... worse shooting position.

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I wonder if that is Price's away helmet.

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I will say the f-word every time McDonagh touches the puck tonight.

Because of McDonagh, we have Galchenyuk.

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I was at that game! The atmosphere was amazing during the comeback!! :1banana:

Some pregame viewing material: 5 years ago today (against New York), the Habs had their largest comeback in franchise history, recovering from a 5-0 2nd period deficit to win 6-5 in a shootout.


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16 minutes into the 1st and the Habs get their first shot.

Yeesh.

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1st intermission and haven't even hit one page on the game thread.

Yeesh.

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1st intermission and haven't even hit one page on the game thread.

Yeesh.

Sorry, i nodded off watching the first period....

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Subban tried to "Plekanec" Lundqvist with that shot.

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1st intermission and haven't even hit one page on the game thread.

Yeesh.

Does this game warrant more posting?

Subban tried to "Plekanec" Lundqvist with that shot.

I love those hard shots near a goalies head.

They are the best!

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Another game where the habs cannot drive the net. This is where Pacs, Cole, and Bourque need to use their speed and size. Prust has looked good.

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Prust has been all over the ice.

All this said the Habs are on the road tonight and the Rangers have had minimal chances.

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Well, that was bound to happen. I know its a back to back but the boys need to pick it up and quick.

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Cole the passenger.



That goal Cole and Frank both fell asleep.

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Kinda hard to win a game when you have 5 shots on goal after 35 minutes played! The boys look asleep (with the exception of Prust who's on fire).

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What a shame he couldn't stop the second shot. I thought he had it. That would have been sick

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C O L E == L A Z Y

Cole the passenger.



That goal Cole and Frank both fell asleep.

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