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After this game, all I could think of was this… I mean, come on, after years and years of the Rangers being the Devils bitches, we finally are being run semi-well and their club is floundering out of control. Now don’t get me wrong, I still think the Devils will turn their season around. I still think they make the playoffs, and I still have my doubts about if we make it or not. With that said, you can’t help but get a certain sense of undeniable happiness at the miser their fanbase is suffering. I love me some chilled tears of Devils fans before I go to bed.

The funny thing about tonight was that the Rangers really didn’t play all that well. They were clearly feeling the loss of Ryan Callahan, not to mention the other guys with letters last season, but still managed to get a win. Really we just got some lucky bounces and Henrik did what he always does against the Devils, he slammed the door shut. Even though we didn’t play all that well, we still played hard enough to deserve these two points. Everyone knows what a stickler I am for the Rangers earning their points, not just winning. Once again the Rangers sacrificed their bodies, and played balls to the wall for 60 minutes to claw out another 2 points. Kudos to them.

The big story those has got to be the emergence of Brandon Dubinsky. This season he has 10 goals and 4 assists for 14 points. Thats first in the league in goals, and 11th in the league in points. Remember, this is while teams are TRYING to shut him down. He isn’t the secondary option for the Rangers, he is their first option. He is playing in all situations, and he is playing like a man who knows he can not be stopped. This is unbelievable to watch. A home grown kid on the verge of turning into a (super?)star. Doesn’t get much better than that.

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