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Monday, December 13, 2010
Ranger Rout: The morning after
By Mike Hume
The Rangers are reveling in the aftermath of their 7-0 dismantling of the reeling
Sunday night. Here’s a look at some of the postgame chatter.
According to Andrew Gross, Captain
cleared to play
after his prolonged bout with a broken finger. That means a fourth liner from Sunday’s game like
could find himself as a healthy scratch against Pittsburgh.
John Tortorella was
thrilled with the play
of the AC-D-sky line (Anisimov, Callahan, Dubinsky … it’s going to stick, I swear!), according to Jay Greenberg of the Post.
Rick Carpiniello provides
on the rout, including a key play with under fives seconds left in the first.
Also via Carpiniello, John Tortorella called the Dubinsky-Ovechkin bout, “
,” and loves the way Marc Staal’s offensive game is rounding into form.
With 21 votes in his favor, Dubinsky easily earned the decision over Ovechkin at
The folks at Blueshirt Banter
break down the victory
Jesse Spector writes that the Rangers smashed any notion of a
Heritage jersey jinx