Found November 25, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
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Even in a charity game the Flyers can't beat the Rangers and they know it as Scott Hartnell gives these quotes after Team Richards blasted his team 10-6 in yesterday's Operation Hat Trick game in Atlantic City... Scott Hartnell: "The dang Rangers, they've got our number, that's for sure." — Andrew Gross (@AGrossRecord) November 25, 2012 Hartnell on Lundqvist: "You'd think he'd have a little rust after not playing five-six months. It seems like he's in playoff shape." — Andrew Gross (@AGrossRecord) November 25, 2012 More Hartnell: "We were joking that now the Rangers will want to play real bad because (Lundqvist) is on fire." — Andrew Gross (@AGrossRecord) November 25, 2012 ...not sure what it is about seeing those guys from Broad Street but it definitely brings out the best in our Blueshirts. Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.
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