MONTREAL, QC - JUNE 27: General Manager and President Glen Sather of the New York Rangers (C) works at the draft table during the 2009 NHL Entry Draft at the Bell Centre on June 27, 2009 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
The Rangers fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins today by the score of 3-0. For a box score, click here.
Little to no positives to take away from today's game... looked like a typical Rangers-Pens game to me.
If not for Hank, the Rangers are probably looking at a 4-0 deficit after one and possibly Glen Sather working the phones in a room somewhere, if he isn't already after that third period.
Rangers came out flying to start the second, but couldn't finish their chances. Gaborik and Nash both had good chances on Fleury in front of the net in the second but couldn't put anything away.
Nash pointless in his last 3 games, all losses. Not a coincidence, the entire offense runs through him.
Could be time for another roster shake-up once again, calling up Kreider couldn't hurt at this point.
Hamrlik's half-assed attempt to block the cross ice pass from Jeffrey to Dupuis to make in 3-0 was pathetic to watch. Rangers are beginning to discover why he was placed on waivers by Washington to begin with.
Still waiting for Torts to reunite Nash, Stepan and Hagelin. A good, proven scoring line against a high scoring team in their building, only seems logical to me.
Raise your hand if you were bleeding profusely from the ears after being forced to listen to those brutal Penguins cheerleaders on NHL Network...
Rangers return home on Monday to face the Hurricanes.
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