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msweet last won the day on September 4 2015

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  1. BAHAHAHAHAHA This is a scenario that for the last 11 years has befallen other teams around the NHL, the ones that couldn’t depend on their goaltender and thus broke down repeatedly in their own end, if not all over the ice, in trying to cope with the uncertainty of never knowing when the puck would go in and from where. But not the Rangers, not since Henrik Lundqvist effectively claimed the No. 1 job in nets from Kevin Weekes midway through the Swede’s rookie 2005-06 season. Issues up front? The Rangers have had those, all right. Issues on the back end? Oh, boy, have the Rangers had their share of those. But in nets? Never. If there was one constant on Broadway, it was Lundqvist’s consistent excellence through which he infused his team with confidence night after night after night and allowed the Rangers to overcome deficiencies anywhere and sometimes everywhere else. Until now.
  2. Severson continues to make risky plays and when his shot is not going in or he is not assisting it's hard to swallow. The -24 is eye-opening. Verdict: Undecided.
  3. Yeah, what he said!
  4. #Hattrack The toothless wonder is back. This is good news.
  5. I am bumping this post to make a point. #hattrack
  6. Let's Go Devils!
  7. Wedgewood needs a new glove.. ...or something
  8. Always a favorite of mine. Thanks for the memories.
  9. That was a Lou-esque Choice
  10. I have confidence in our management now to use all of these draft picks wisely.That's a positive spin for sure.
  11. NEW YORK – Boston Bruins forward Max Talbot has been suspended for two games, without pay, for interference against New Jersey Devils forward Jiri Tlusty during NHL Game No. 494 in Boston on Sunday, Dec. 20, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.
  12. With their roster on the verge of becoming overcrowded, the Devils placed forward Brian O'Neill on waivers today. If O'Neill, 27, is not claimed by another team at noon on Thursday, he will be eligible to be assigned to Albany of the AHL. The Devils are at the 23-player roster limit and center Travis Zajac (upper-body) and right wing Tuomo Ruutu (right foot fracture) are close to being ready to come off injured reserve.