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Serves Me Right…

Serves Me Right…

Rangers lost tonight in a big way.  The Sabres were full value, taking the game by a 5-2 margin, even after the game was tied 2-2 after one period of play.  I have to take my comeuppance, in the sense that every time I say something positive about the Rangers, they prove me wrong.

Now, I will comment about one thing.

I fail to see how anyone can watch a Buffalo feed of ANY game at all.  Rick Jeannerett (should be degenerate, but I digress) is the absolute worst commentator in any sport I have ever watched.  Couple his cat scratching a blackboard voice, complete homerism and total lack of perspective with the idiotic droolings of Harry Neale, and you have the makings of the worst hockey broadcasting team EVER!  It was so painful that while the game was close, I muted the feed and turned on the Capitals/Pens game on the television, while watching my team play like a bunch of pansies all night long.  Please, if someone could find a way to put a wood-chipper outside the broadcast booth that Degenerate and Neale sit in for next game, I’d pay for the rental!!!

Anyway, it was exactly what I said couldn’t happen.  The Rangers came out and put up a duck.  Sure, they scored twice (which is about the average for this season) in the first period, with Brandon Prust notching yet another workman’s goal, but overall, they were as limp as John Bobbit before his surgical re-application.

Hank looked pretty tired, however.  Tired of the pitiful defensive effort, I should clarify.  For all of RJ Umberger’s ridiculous comments about the Capitals, we’ve at least found a team where on some nights they apply and fit perfectly.  Rangers players were running around the defensive zone like they were 5-year olds playing a treasure hunt game while heavily under the influence of whatever the opposite of Ritalin is.  Nobody took responsibility for their check, and nobody filled in when a man got open.

It is really sad to look at the scoreboard and see that Philly beat the Leafs 2-0, pushing the Rangers a further 2 points back from the final playoff berth.  On the upside, Ovechkin just scored a bullet, and is making the Maurice Richard race interesting.  Gotta wonder how many goals he’d have if he played a full season…

Anyway, this was just a quick rant to express my frustration, so I’ll cut it short.  A final note is that Ryan Callahan played tonight, but seemed to still be hampered by injury, although he was still one of the few players on the ice who seemed to care about the game.

Until next time,

Na Zdravi!

DR

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  1. Shane Hoopfer Apr 7 201010:01 pm

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    The problem with Jarome is he has a limited life span as an elite player. The Flames are not really in a position right now to go get a top flight play maker to play with him, unless of course the Bruins would like Kotalik and Sarich for Savard LOL!

    So if I had the ability to do so I would certainly offer Jarome to the Bruins for the #2 pick (assuming that’s where they end up) Boston isn’t far off from being a serious threat for the cup, and Calgary gets one of the two kids with a ton of talent.

    And lets face it. Wouldn’t seeing Seguin and Hall in Flames and Oilers jerseys for the next 10-15 years going at each other be a lot of fun?

    1. Dan Rakusan Apr 7 201010:12 pm

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      Do you find Lucic and Iginla to be somewhat comparable? I’m asking because I personally do find them quite comparable. I also find them a high-risk player in terms of long-term health…

      1. Shane Hoopfer Apr 7 201010:27 pm

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        I don’t know if Milan Lucic if quite to that level yet. Give him another 3 years and lets see where he is.

        In Jarome Iginla you are talking about a player that has scored the most goals since 2000-01. Should have won a Hart trophy, and has won a Rocket Richard trophy.

        He’s scored 50 goals twice and will get to 500 goals and 1000 points in the next season or two, so it’s not really a fair comparison for Lucic.

        Right now I would consider Lucic a poor mans Iginla, just because I don’t know if Lucic quite has that god given ability to find the net at that level.

        1. Dan Rakusan Apr 7 201010:33 pm

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          Wow, I find Iginla to be the most over-rated player in the NHL over the past decade… My reason for comparison is the style of play, not the raw numbers… Iggy is a good (if not damn good) player, but he lacks the ability to win single-handedly. I realize that’s not a fair thing to say, given the lack of a top flight center, but realistically, I find he’s over-rated because of the fact he’s Canadian and (god forbid I say this) black.

          I think Lucic reminds me a lot of a young Iginla. I think he has 30+ goal potential each season, and can fight, hit and all the other stuff Iggy does. I just don’t see another comparable player because otherwise I’d be saying Cam Neely, and I don’t think Iggy is at that level. Again, over-rated.

          I think Calgary really needs to trade him out, for a top center (ironically) and a good winger.

          1. Shane Hoopfer Apr 7 201010:46 pm

            I think Jarome’s numbers speak for themselves, and to be fair to him he’s never had that Adam Oates style of play making center to play with.

            Iginla gets the credit because it honestly is deserved. He has the numbers. He also will drop the gloves and play physical. And probably the biggest reasons he gets the credit, is A) He is truly a nice person, and B) He does a ton of work in the community.

            In a non cap era I don’t think moving Jarome would be considered, however we are in a cap era and 7 million for a 35 goal scorer just isn’t going to cut it here and he has HUGE value to a team that consider themselves close to challenging for the cup.

            I avoid the race card, because to be blunt this is Canada. And it’s never been an issue positive or negative.

            To put that in perspective for one time as a matter of fact slavery was abolished in Canada in 1834. I’ve grown up here my whole life (obviously) and to be honest race never crosses our minds for the most part unless you are watching American TV, where in the US it’s far more recent history.

            Tough to explain to be honest.

          2. Dan Rakusan Apr 7 201010:51 pm

            Shane, I only played the race card because the CBC did a big special on it a while back, and let’s face it, without Iginla putting up numbers the way he does, guys like McGee would never have gotten credit. That’s the extent of my reference…

            As for the cap, yes, I agree, it hampers the ability to hold on to an asset over the long haul, although Alfredsson seems to be an exception to that rule… However, I believe the Flames need a “culture overhaul” in general. Hence, trading Iggy makes sense…

        2. Shane Hoopfer Apr 7 201010:34 pm

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          Looking at Lucic a little more in depth, he really reminds me a lot more of Bob Probert (when he was getting 50-60 points) than Iginla.

          He would have to make some pretty dramatic strides in improving his skating and overall stick skills to get to an Iginla level.

          1. Dan Rakusan Apr 7 201010:37 pm

            I would have to emphatically disagree, as Probie was one of my favourite players growing up… Lucic has far more puck skills than Probert, and less fighting ability. I think more like Neely, but not quite up there, but also another player that comes to mind would be Clark Gillies.

  2. Shane Hoopfer Apr 7 201010:50 pm

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    The problem with Lucic is he has 25 goals in his last 150 games. Until he shows he’s more than a 20 goal scorer with a ton of heart he is no where to that elite player level.

    Even a Clark Gillies comparison is generous. Bob Nystrom might be a more accurate one right now.

    1. Dan Rakusan Apr 7 201011:10 pm

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      Iginla had 34 goals in his first 150 games as an NHLer, so I don’t see a huge difference there. My point wasn’t to compare them statistically, but rather in terms of style of play…

      1. Shane Hoopfer Apr 7 201011:52 pm

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        Even in styles I’m not sure if they are the same. To be blunt Lucic is a true grinder and needs to get to those dirty areas to have success. He just doesn’t have that amazing shot that you have to account for.

        I’d sure take Lucic on my team for the right price though ;)

  3. Dan Rakusan Apr 11 201012:59 pm

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    Just letting everyone know that I don’t want to jynx the Rangers, and thus am avoiding a pre-game blog. I will, however, come back to either gloat or commit literary suicide after the game….

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