Saturday, April 12, 2008

Marty Brodeur Still Declares Himself Greatest Goaltender!

Well, wasn't that special? Official recap here.

The New York Rangers continued their goaltender dominance over the New Jersey Devils of Newark as we picked up the second win in the first-round 'Battle of the Hudson' playoff series, (2-1).

NJ goalkeeper Marty Brodeur continues to make excuses for the Blueshirts now winning 9 of 10 games this season thus far, including the two in the playoffs. Not surprising that he called NYR Jaromir Jagr's stunning goal a "lucky goal" and Sean Avery's goal 30 seconds later as "our own defense's fault.".

What a dick.

Our NYR goalkeeper, King Henrik Lundqvist, with the exception of the only Jersey goal given in the last two minutes, played remarkably well. He is now playing up to expectations and, in fact, the entire Rangers squad last night improved their performance by locking 'em down. When some would call it 'boring hockey' as the first two periods went scoreless, The Dark Ranger would call it "giving lucky Lou a taste of his own potions.". At the very least, thank God Lundqvist admits his faults.

Next up home-ice advantage tomorrow night as we take on the third game against the Devils at MSG (7pm EST). The Dark Ranger will be there with black-bells on ready to roll in another peace offering to Marty Brodeur.

"HENRIK's BETTER......HENRIK'S BETTER.....(Repeat until fade after the fourth game)



  1. Can't wait for tomorrow, Let's Go Rangers!!!!!!!!!

  2. Rangers in 5!

    Nuff said


  3. was a great game.
    bluenationleafs...i hope you're right about 'God complex'...


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