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Tampa's Steven Stamkos on #NYR "they are disciplined, always in your face, always going 100 miles per hour...great work ethic"— Jim Cerny (@JimCerny) March 2, 2012 ...i never get sick of hearing opponents praise the Rangers for their work ethic. Such a privileged to be a fan of this team....assuming Stamkos' compliments of the Rangers team didn't include Anisimov. lolRemember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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