Gaborik Named First Star, Sustains First Injury

Posted: 27th October 2009 by Blueshirt Bulletin in NHL
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By Dubi Silverstein The Rangers got back on track last night with an almost resounding 5-2 win over Don Maloney's upstart Phoenix Coyotes, ending a three-game losing streak. They scored early, and they scored in bunches, opening up a 4-0 lead before the game was half over. It looked like a laugher when former Ranger prospect Jason LaBarbera was brought in to replace Ilya Bryzgalov, who had given up all four goals on just eleven shots. After all, Bryzgalov was the reason for the Coyotes' surprising start, leading the league's starting goalies in GAA and second in save percentage before being strafed by the Rangers. But nothing comes easy in Rangerland. They allowed a two-goal comeback in the latter half of the second period that threatened to make a game out of it, especially when the Yotes ...

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