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Andrew Gross reports that the Rangers will go with the same line-up tonight and Henrik Lundqvist will be back in goal.Dave Lozo at NHL.com says Marc Staal skated this morning but was moving slow....i'm very encouraged that Staal is skating but I'm not expecting him back any time soon.John Tortorella tells Pat Leonard not to expect any Bruce Boudreau-like tirades on HBO's 24/7 which begins filming tonight....yeah right.Finally, the Rangers tweet out this pic of Lundqvist taking shots at the morning skate...Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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