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You can pretty much book it that anytime either Bill McCreary or Don Van Massenhoven are reffing a Rangers game, there will be some awful calls against our beloved Blueshirts. Tonight was no difference. The Rangers essentially lost a 1 goal game. Van Massenhoven called an unbelievably bad tripping call on Christensen, and called off a goal scored by Fedotenko on a very questionable goalie interference call (there was contact, but it looked like the defenseman made the brunt of the contact with the goalie, not Fedotenko). Take away a goal, and add a goal, and you have a Rangers win.

It sickens me when crap like this happens. Don’t get me wrong, the Rangers had their chances to win it, but you hate it when you can point directly to reffing and call it the difference in the game. Sure, the Rangers could have scored on their 5 on 3. Sure, Henrik could have stopped the Erskine shot. But the long and the short of it was that the Rangers deserved to win this game based on the game that they DID play. Unfortunately Van Massenhoven had other ideas.

Thank God Gabby is only a game or 2 away.

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