Sunday, January 13, 2008

Rangers finally snap skid

The Rangers broke out the offensive power that everyone knows they have last night as they ended their five game losing streak with a 4-1 victory over the Montreal Canadians. Martin Straka, Chris Drury, Petr Prucha and Nigel Dawes recorded the goals, and Henrik Lundqvist was ten minutes shy of the shutout.

This is the kind of game that the Broadway Blueshirts are capable of playing any night of the week. They game a hard fought 60 minutes and everyone up and down the lineup looked comfortable, even everyone's favorite Marek Malik.

Not much else to report. Ryan Callahan scored a goal in his first game back in Hartford and Sean Avery is getting close to returning. Brendan Shanahan should be ready to go for tomorrow's game against the Penguins. Greg Moore will likely be the scratch tomorrow and Marcel Hossa could find himself on the bench when Avery returns.

I may not be around until late tomorrow. It's my birthday and I may do some celebrating. I will record the game and weigh in on Tuesday though. Plans could change if there is a massive snowstorm, which is possible. Enjoy the football games today. Giants vs Cowboys at 4:30 should be some excellent football to watch.

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