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Rangers lose the overall leadership and all around play of Cally with a broken hand

Rangers Pass a BIG Test
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:26:27 PM - December 15, 2010

The road warrior Rangers, 12-5 on the road this season, played a very solid team game to beat the 24/7 NHL offices favorite Crosby and the Penguins with an explosive third period for a 4-1 win. Things were looking on the downside when Callahan broke his left hand blocking a shot,but the Rangers stayed with their game plan of stopping Crosby from beating them.

Going into the third period down 0-1, the Rangers needed a spark. That is when Avery decided to make a statement. Playing a quite game to this point, Avery decided to drop the mitts with Asham. Avery tied up Ashams arm so well, Asham actually had to take his right arm out of his jersey to even throw a punch and Avery won the bought by takedown. It seemed to spark the Rangers. The Rangers then got 4 unanswered goals by Christensen, Frolov, Anisimov, and Boyle. The Christensen and Anisimov goals were pinpoint perfect shots that even if the Penguins starting goalie was between the pipes, they would have lit the lamp.

With Callahan now out, the Rangers players that needed to step up did. Frolov pulled his head out of his ass for a goal and an assist. Drury won 2 very big faceoffs in the third period and filled in for Callahan on the PACK line very well in his first game back since playing opening night. Stepan lead all centers in time and is gaining more confidence with every shift. Gaborik played a solid game and had the Penguins on their heals for the whole third period, which lead to many opportunities. Henrik kept the Rangers in the game, and the only goal he allowed was with less than 15 seconds in the 1st period on a defensive zone breakdown. Staal and Girardi, along with DelZotto and Roszival have been shutdown against some of the best NHL players this year. Prust is still amazing on the ice in all facets of the game. Dubinsky and Boyle were in Crosby's face all night and inside his head every shift.

As coach Torts said in the postgame show,"I am not going to lie, losing Cally is a huge loss. The injury is on the top of his left hand and right now it looks like it's going to be 6 weeks, with him seeing the doctor in New York tomorrow." So the question is who will fill in for him on the roster. There is no way that White has the ability to do it. It would seem like it is time to give the Noweigan Hobbit a chance. He is on a hot streak in Hartford and Shoenfield was just interviewed and said he is way ahead of where they thought he would be. Keep Drury on the 4th line and ease him in while you can throw MZA on the PACK line and put him in Cally's place. HE is nowhere near the player that Cally is, but it would seem that he is the best fit at this time.
The key for the Rangers is to not allow for a letdown tommorrow against the lowly Coyotes who lost the the bottomfeeder Devils last night.



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