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post #61 of 120
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Originally Posted by Henry Boogers View Post
Well, now all of the whiney Rangers fans can STFU about lousy calls.

Sabres lose 2-1 to the Rangers, the officials, and themselves.

Whiney? ha ha. Well, now you know how I feel about that "kicking" interpretation. The Hockey Gods work in mysterious ways.

Buffalo should have swept the Rangers, I am as surprised as anyone here.
post #62 of 120
Yup, Whiney. Every Rangers fan I know around here is still complaining about every little call. I'm whiney this morning, but mostly because Buffalo needs to put the purses down and play some hockey.

BTW, they got the kicking call right.
post #63 of 120
Sabres 2-1 in OT thanks to Druuuuuuuuuuuury tying it with 8 ticks left on the clock. Unreal!
post #64 of 120
Buffalo played a good game finally. It was nice to see actually, but holy crap Lundqvist! I had thought he was overrated going into the series, but last night proved without a doubt that he is outstanding in the net. I was about to cry until Drury scored that goal and Max in OT was just icing on the cake

Looking for the Rangers to fight hard in the Garden.
post #65 of 120
Game 5 was painful. I really thought the Rangers were going to pull that one off, in spite of playing on their heels for most of the game. They couldnt hang on for 7.7 seconds? Way to play not to lose.

I salute Buffalo for its aggressive pressure throughout the game.
post #66 of 120
Lundqvist is a god. No doubt about that. He was brilliant, even in the loss.
post #67 of 120
These "last second" goals are really breaking my boxes -- first the Sharks, and now the Rangers
post #68 of 120
Nice high scoring end to the series. At least there weren't any controversial goals this time around. Hopefully NYS is unified behind one team now
post #69 of 120
Oh man... Buffalo vs. Ottowa. That has the potential to be an absolutely epic series.
post #70 of 120
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Originally Posted by adversity04 View Post
Nice high scoring end to the series. At least there weren't any controversial goals this time around. Hopefully NYS is unified behind one team now


Well played all around. I will be rooting for Buffalo all the way.
post #71 of 120
This series vs. Ottawa will be legendary. There's already plenty of animosity left over from the battle royal in February. Both teams are flying high after their respective series. I say Emery will be the deciding factor as to how the Sens fare. He's been hot the last few games, but he can be rather spotty at times.

I'm going to make the pilgrimage to HSBC arena and take in a game with the other 5,000 fans hanging outside. I'll post pics if I can.

My condolences to Odoreater, if you're still on this thread. It wasn't meant to be.
post #72 of 120
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There's already plenty of animosity leftover from the battle royal in February

The sad part is that Marty and probably Peters won't be involved in this series. Their fights with Emery were great fun to watch. Ottawa scares me, they have the ability to score. Anticipating a high scoring, exciting series.
post #73 of 120
Nice win for the Wings last night. Next round will be interesting.

I hope the Rangers get smart and sign Drury, man was money against us.
post #74 of 120
A power-less power play costs Buffalo game one.

The Alfredsson-Heatley-Spezza line needs to be shut down (2 G, 2A).

Emery isn't that great, but we only put 20 shots on him tonight. That's unacceptable for the most potent offense in the Eastern conference.

The Sabres play best when they're behind. Let's see what game two on Saturday brings.
post #75 of 120
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Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
A power-less power play costs Buffalo game one. The Alfredsson-Heatley-Spezza line needs to be shut down (2 G, 2A). Emery isn't that great, but we only put 20 shots on him tonight. That's unacceptable for the most potent offense in the Eastern conference. The Sabres play best when they're behind. Let's see what game two on Saturday brings.
Yup. If the Sabres can't start converting on the power play, then this series is over. And obviously, they need to find a way to control Ottowa's first line. Disappointing game
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