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Photo by Greg Donahue

Photo by Greg Donahue

This evening’s game was everything we thought it was going to be and then some. The game would have been a very different story without the outstanding play from Lundqvist, Staal, and Rozsival on the back end. These guys withstood the Flyers shooting barrage but unfortunately it was not enough. They needed to test Boucher, as he has not played in a game with this level of importance since 2002, but they could not.

They main source of offense came from the Blueshirts fourth line of Shelley, Prust, and Anisimov. They each played some exceptional hockey and were rewarded with a huge goal in the first period. They battled every shift and deserve a lot of credit for this team making a run down the stretch. The Rangers were often guilty of being a soft team to play against and these guys helped erase that stigma.

Yet this would all be for naught without the man between the pipes, who even received some applause from the opposing fans today. We get the pleasure of seeing him on a regular basis, but take a step back and realize you are watching a future Rangers legend.

However, the story ends the same way…this season is over.


We will have more reaction, analysis, and post game interviews later this evening.

Posted by Greg Donahue | April 11, 2010 at 07:27 pm

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