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Yeah, the Rangers had another mediocre game in terms of execution, but you can’t help but be happy with the gritty way the Rangers eked out a win. Sure, it was against a mediocre team, but the Rangers are a tired team, an injured team, a sick team, and wins, no matter how you get them, are important.

I was very happy that Michal Rozsival was finally back in the lineup, hopefully this spells the end of the Matt Gilroy era as a Ranger. Rozsival had 1 bad play all night, and considering he’s been out for well over a week, that’s probably good news. Of equal importance was the fabulous play of Henrik Lundqvist. He sure looks like he is back on his game, perhaps it was just a bout with the flu, or perhaps it was his regular bout with some inconsistency that he has a few times a year, but whatever it is, it is vital for this teams success that Henrik be at the top of his game. He’s good enough to steal the team a win when they don’t play their best, and tonight was an example of that. The Rangers have proven they can win without their best offensive player in the lineup, but without Henrik, they don’t stand a chance. He’s been the most important player on this team since the moment he came into the NHL.

Kudos to Brandon Dubinsky, he had another dominating game. Dubi is very quickly becoming a legitimate first line player, a home grown first liner…when was the last time that happened?

OK, off to bed!


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