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Game 67: New York Rangers @ Florida Panthers 3/7/17 - 7:30pm - MSG
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Mandar
Posted 2017-03-08 8:17 AM (#668378 - in reply to #668373)
Subject: Re: Game 67: New York Rangers @ Florida Panthers 3/7/17 - 7:30pm - MSG


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Mikey Red - 2017-03-08 8:56 AM

Mandar - 2017-03-07 10:17 PM

Rranger - 2017-03-07 11:50 PM

Thanks for dredging up all the hated memories of Parise and Morrow. Although the last eternity of Pileander futility has helped heal scars.


"Those who do not learn from the past are doomed to repeat it"....or something like that. We need to remind the youngsters of how it used to be....

Then again....a 4 game sweep....outscoring them 22-3 was pretty cool revenge.

Absolutely! ...A merciless beating 6-0 6-0 5-1 5-2 1990 was nice too ...Randy Wood penalty shot...Garden was still deafening those days


1990 was awesome....had my season tix back then (section 409, row A). Patrick & Nilan laying out Lafontaine....and when Richter stopped that penalty shot.....haven't heard any arena that loud in person....ever. Gartner hat trick in the last game.....fun times.....
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Mikey Red
Posted 2017-03-08 8:38 AM (#668379 - in reply to #668194)
Subject: Re: Game 67: New York Rangers @ Florida Panthers 3/7/17 - 7:30pm - MSG


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Thats awesome...I would of loved to be at that game....1986 Playoffs has a special place in my heart too...Rd 1 vs the Flyers...McPhee Tocchet fight...3 goals in 45 seconds in the 3rd...my tv was shaking ...RD2 vs the Caps..2 on breakway Larouche scores to put them away...Rd 3 what can you do?...it was the Habs...G3 the whole OT was spent in Roys crease but couldnt beat him...Then Huber whiffs on the face off back to the point and Claude Lemieux dances
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Mikey Red
Posted 2017-03-08 8:41 AM (#668380 - in reply to #668377)
Subject: Re: Game 67: New York Rangers @ Florida Panthers 3/7/17 - 7:30pm - MSG


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NTHockey - 2017-03-08 8:13 AM

Andy Bathgate - 2017-03-07 9:46 PM

Mikey Red - 2017-03-07 9:39 PM

Andy Bathgate - 2017-03-07 7:35 PM

Mikey Red - 2017-03-07 9:14 PM

Lol we all suffer being a NYR loyalist


Wouldn't have it any other!!! I remember in the late 70's the Rangers had their Alumni dinners at the Cordon Blue on Jamaica Ave in Richmond Hill Queens... We would stand outside and watch the Limos pull up.. Pat Hickey, Duguay, JD, etc.. would stand outside talking to us and signing autographs.. But I'll never forget, when Fred Shero's Limo pulled up he took one step out of the limo and a bottle of Jacks feel on the street.



Awesome ! Good Ol' boys! You are right...I wouldnt have it any other way either


The first game I ever went to was in 75 with my grandfather, he made me wear a tie... he wore his best suit... and for the whole game I had to listen to him bitch and complain about all the hippies dressed in jeans and long hair. He was going to the games in the 40's when everybody wore a suit and tie to the games.






Back in the 40s, I was a baseball fan; but read about the Rangers in the Daily News and the Mirror (it was 3 cents back then). The Rangers were awful; usually out of the playoff hunt by Thanksgiving. Baseball was fun to watch at the Polo Grounds; especially in RF. You'd talk to the players and they'd answer back.

And they say change is good lol....Those sound like great times
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PV29
Posted 2017-03-08 7:33 PM (#668386 - in reply to #668370)
Subject: Re: Game 67: New York Rangers @ Florida Panthers 3/7/17 - 7:30pm - MSG



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Mandar - 2017-03-08 12:17 AM

Rranger - 2017-03-07 11:50 PM

Thanks for dredging up all the hated memories of Parise and Morrow. Although the last eternity of Pileander futility has helped heal scars.


"Those who do not learn from the past are doomed to repeat it"....or something like that. We need to remind the youngsters of how it used to be....

Then again....a 4 game sweep....outscoring them 22-3 was pretty cool revenge.

I was at Game 4 of that series, Coliseum, 4 rows from the ice just inside the blueline by the Isles bench. Messier smoking past Malakhov and beating Hextall on a breakaway to put the game and the series away. I'll never forget the look on Ray Ferraro's face during a TV timeout when some guy behind me tossed a small broom onto the ice that landed right in front of him. He kicked it in disgust. Priceless.
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