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4-0 Rangers Take On The Trap Tonight
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ - October 12, 2008

The Rangers speed game has worked well since the final roster was put together. They have won 6 straight(including two Prague games) that their opposition did everything they could to win. The Rangers lines so far have seemed to each have their own identity. The Drury-Gomez-Naslund line is one of the most talented in the NHL. The 2nd unit of Voros(right choice Renney)-Dubinsky-Zherdev has shown every skillset including toughness. Callahan-Korpikoski-Rissmiller(Dawes off to a slow start) plays a solid shift but needs to play as a unit better. The biggest surprise to the Rangers is the incredible play of the 4th unit of Orr(one of the NHL's most feared fighters)-Betts-Sjostrom(looking forward to seeing Fritsche play) with not only strenght, but Renney showed confidence in this line by having them finish the game in Philly only up by one. Prucha is sitting in limbo waiting to be dealt, most likely to Pheonix for a #2 draft choice.

The defensemen are playing very solid and joining into the play which makes this new system work so well. Renney is changing partners every once in awhile and it all seems to work most of the time. Redden so far is more of what the Rangers envisioned than what Ottawa remembered. Rozsival is almost back to his top level game since recovering from offseason surgery. Girardi looks solid and along with Staal is a key to the team. Mara has gotten tougher and Kalinin is adjusting to his new surroundings. One thing they all have in common is that they all move the puck well, take the body, and will join the rush.

The teams they have faced in the last 6 have all been teams that try to play offense. This game against New Jersey will be a test of how the can break the TRAP. The Devils have added 2 OLD-time Devils and are at midseason TRAP form already. They have a huge 4th line that may be the most expensive 4th line in the NHL(6.4 million). Broduer will reach the most wins this season and before he retires in 3 years will also have the most losses(that just shows how durable he has been over the last 15 years). He has broken the Devils "TEAM FIRST" mantra by individualizing his helmet this year and hinting that he has only played for one team to date," but things change". The Devils STILL haven't received the clearance from Newark to occupy the arena, they only have received another temporary stay at this date. Their GM went out and overpaid for Holik when he had Rupp that could do the same job. The GM must have forgotten that the coach said he DIDN'T want a forward at the point when he made the move for Rolston(great player but for too many years).

The schedule maker has made it a tough start for the Rangers as they were playing game 4(along with traveling across the world) vs a Flyers team playing their 1st regular season game. The Rangers showed some tiring in the Flyers game but dug deep to hold on for their 4th victory in as many games. This season it seems as if the Rangers are all pulling the same way and not against one another as in years past. It reminds me of better days when the Rangers mantra under coach Keenan was HEAVE-HO!! HEAVE HO!!

The game against the Devils should add a fun night for the fans and add to the rivalry that has New Jersey feeling like second class citizens in 4 of the 5 playoff series since their organizations founding in 1974. Let the game begin!!

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