Saturday, November 26, 2011

Ranger Veto Caps

Maybe it was the post holiday, or maybe it was the infusion of two kids from Connecticut, Carl Hagelin and John Mitchell. Whatever, the Rangers led by two goals from Ruslin Fedotenko completely dominated the Caps last night in a 6-3 win that erased some of the bad memories of the two previous games.

So today the Rangers face off against the big, bad Flyers who are four points ahead of the Blueshirts. It will give the fans a chance to see Jaromir Jagr again and it will be interesting to see what kind of reception the big guy gets. He should get a good reception as he gave his all when he played here. I hope its not that mindless booing he received in some places where he never played.

Anyhow, it will be also interesting see how long the new lines stay together the first time adversity strikes. Maybe Sean Avery will crack the eight minute mark. I'm running late so I will see you guys tonight.


Ruslan Fedotenko wears the Broadway Hat after the Rangers veto the Caps 6-3
Blueshirts United:
Ruslan Fedotenko netted the Rangers' third and sixth scores of the game as the Blueshirts recorded a season-best six goals en-route to a 6-3 win over the Capitals Friday afternoon. As a result, Fedotenko earned the honor of being named recipient of the Broadway Hat. "Hats are not my thing, not sure I look so great," laughed Fedotenko, who now has three goals this year, following the game.

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