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Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record reports that Daniel Alfredsson did not participate in the Senators pre-game skate meaning he will most likely be out of the line-up tonight for Game 4....after he participated in Game 3 pre-game skate, I thought for sure he was fine, but this doesn't bode well for him or the Senators.Gross also notes that Matt Carkner will return to the line-up for Ottawa after serving his one game suspension for jumping brian Boyle in Game 2....let's get ready to rumble!!!!!!!!Here's a pic of the Rangers' jerseys hanging in their locker room this morning (via Rangers Facebook page)...Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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