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Since we don't get to see them too often, I figured I'd post last night's power play goal scored by Ryan Callahan... The Rangers are now 3-for-24 on the power play this season. ...oh my God a power play goal, quick someone get Mike Sullivan a contract extension. ...actually, to be fair, the power play has looked much more effective the last two games. More movement, traffic in front and even some shots! shots! shots! shots! shots!. And if that power play goal doesn't convince you that pigs fly, I'm sure the fact that the Rangers won 66% of their faceoffs last night will. Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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