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#1309883 If we pick 7th.... Who would you choose.

Posted by Risky on 15 March 2015 - 12:32 PM

Whomever it is, I very much look forward to our future defensively responsible 3rd line center.

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#1259444 In a Season of Problems, Brodeur was the Biggest

Posted by Risky on 08 April 2014 - 11:59 AM

This season rests on Lou's head.  For the Kovalchuk fiasco and for ignoring his best franchise player since he drafted Patrik Elias and letting him walk based on his ludicrous 1940s free agent negotiating style.


I've said it before and I'll say it again: for a man who fires people as if it were a bodily function, Lou should fire himself for the predicament he put this team in this year.


Ryder can drive him to the airport.

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#1208640 Kovy to Russian media: "Stanley Cup remains my target."

Posted by Risky on 30 August 2013 - 01:29 PM

I vote that we send Get Real to Russia where he can apologize for Kovalchuk all season, in Russian, on Russian forums.  That would absolve us of at least two of the bigger fan-related headaches of the last decade.

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Posted by Risky on 04 June 2012 - 11:50 AM

I'll be there in King country tonight. Since it cost more than most peoples' car payments, I'd appreciate a win.
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#1122544 Matteau defends his goalie

Posted by Risky on 22 May 2012 - 09:34 AM

Rupp is a no talent dick who is still bitter with the Devils for cutting his terrible ass.

And he's the perfect cypher for a John Tortorella team: a combination of no offensive ability andl bush league tactics.

Edited to add: The NHL should punish the Rangers for Rupp's sucker punch by making him play on Wedmesday. More minutes, if at all possible.
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#1121216 Ranger fans to fly to Newark.

Posted by Risky on 18 May 2012 - 11:07 AM

Will the Rangers even be able to make it to the game on Saturday? I'm worried they're all still stuck in their own end crowded around that Swedish sofabed.
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Posted by Risky on 09 December 2011 - 03:07 PM

Nah, that's from the announcement of the opening lineup.

"Defense, #2, Mark Fraser..."
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#987111 Raising No. 27

Posted by Risky on 04 February 2011 - 03:01 PM

I won't boo him, but this team was severely hurt by his departure. It's great, I love him, I have his jersey, I just don't think it should be retired.
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#987036 Raising No. 27

Posted by Risky on 04 February 2011 - 01:05 PM

Nieds was awesome, again, but not a retiree. He willingly departed the Devils who were ready to make him the highest paid player on the roster. Thanks for the rings, Nieds, and I love you, but when you went to Anaheim, you should have sacrificed any chance at getting your jersey in the rafters. Are we going to retire the jersey of every great player that spends substantial time in NJ? That, to me, is something the Rangers do. Not us.
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#983405 Tortorella defends John McLean

Posted by Risky on 23 January 2011 - 02:09 PM

Tortorella's a jackass, but at least he's a real NHL coach. MacLean is clearly not an NHL coach. It was as obvious as day to those just watching the games, nevermind what it must have been to those behind the scenes.
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#973035 Rolston

Posted by Risky on 28 December 2010 - 11:40 AM

If I sucked at my job the way Brian Rolston does, I wouldn't be making 2.5 million dollars in Albany, I'd be living in my Mom's basement.

Yeah, it's really degrading being a multi-millionaire who plays professional hockey for a living. Rolston robbed this team so bad he should come out on the ice ever night with a ski-mask.

Good fvcking riddance.

Next up, Jamie Langenbrunner.
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