Hatcher the retard he is, hit the guy from behind.
For about 18 years.
BTW how did you manage to get those tickets?
My cousins have 4 seats 1st row next to the visitors bench. My other cousin has 2 1st row right on the blue line. And 2 more 12th row behind the sin bin. I got the call last minute for game 3. Good luck tonight. I seriously do not think the fly guys we be able to match the Habs intensity.
Thanks for the pics Marcus, very interesting. To be honest I thought from the start Price is young and inexperienced. He's only 20. It annoys me when the media says he's amazing. I think he's ok but no great. It's the defense that makes him great, put any goalie behind that defense and he'll be good.
Tonight we shall see. At least this is good hockey, the team that wins deserves it. Doesn't matter if the habs were 1st in the eastern conference because Philly has a great game plan and it's working. When we get a power play you guys defend perfectly. I think the games on tonight. Good luck to your team Marcus and it will be a hell of a hockey game.
The back up for price (Halak) another rookie I think only had to face a few pucks but he looked awesome and had the angles well covered and was very quick. I was very impressed with his agility.
I think the Eastern Conference Championship is being played in Pitt/Ranger series. I hate to admit it but the Pens are playing sickest hockey right now.
You guys see this? Found it at Fox News. Sad. Love to hate him, but don't like to hear this about anyone.
NEW YORK — New York Rangers forward Sean Avery has been hospitalized after lacerating his spleen during a playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
In a statement Wednesday, the team said the noted agitator was taken to St. Vincent's hospital after New York's 5-3 loss Tuesday night and was admitted following a CT scan.
Avery will be sidelined for the remainder of the season, the Rangers said, but is expected to make a full recovery.
The Daily News first reported on its Web site Wednesday morning that Avery was taken to the hospital in cardiac arrest. The newspaper said the 28-year-old was unconscious and not breathing when he was taken to the medical center. He arrived about 3 a.m. Wednesday
Karma is a beyotch. That's what happens when you act like a jack azz in front of the best goaltender ever. I am glad he will be ok.
Glad to see Sean Avery is doing well!!!
Just the word spleen itself makes me queasy.
Its weird my senior year I had an all * football game. In the last practice the linebacker next to me went up and made an incredible 1 handed interception and landed hard on his tail bone. He bounced up and finished the last couple plays of practice.
We found out the day of the game that he had the same injury as Sean. It is scary because you do not feel the effects until hours later if at all. Imagine bleeding internally and not even knowing it. I am so relieved that Sean got the proper treatment in time.
******For all the parents out there I think it is key to try and watch your kids compete, obviously, we cant be at every practice. So I think it is necessary to educate them on this type of injury (landing on your tail bone) especially since they wont know they are hurt!!!******
Pens all the whey!!!!
Who's going to stop Crosby and Malkin... come on now... let's be serious.. and last night, Jagr got lucky...
I've said the phrase "****in jagr" atleast 30 times over the last week.
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I don't like the Rangers but he's so good -- oh and I can't stand how he gets booed in pittsburgh like they do to crosby in NY.. I don't know who came up with booing the most talented player(s) on the opposing team but that's immature, sh!tty sportsmanship and I hate when fans do that -- especially my own Pens fans! It's embarassing..
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