Found October 27, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
BRASS BONANZA TIME!!! #Whale win 3-1 see you all tomorrow night! #bleedgreen — CTWhale (@CTWhale) October 27, 2012 The Whale are now 2-3-1 on the season. Whale goals were scored by Tommy Grant, Brandon Segal and Ryan Bourque (EN). Cam Talbot made 26 saves in his first game of the season. Chris Kreider went pointless in his return from a one-game suspension. He is still goalless on the season. Matt Gilroy and Kyle Jean each had an assist and was a +2. For a box score, click here. For a recap, click here. ...only an assist for Jean? Kid's starting to struggle. lol ...i'm going to do the typical over-reacting fan thing. No goals in five games for Kreider? Do we need to start worrying? ...great seeing Talbot back after the foot injury. He'll make the Whale competitive in every game. Which is important with such a young team. ...since I'm always the one criticizing Thomas, I'll let someone else do it... Thom...
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