Rangers’ Hot Start Evaporating

Posted: 23rd October 2009 by Blueshirt Bulletin in NHL
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By Dubi Silverstein á One day, when everything is going your way, you win a game you didn't particularly play well, and you say, that's what good teams do: win games even when they're not on top of their game. Ten days later, having won another of those not-so-great games and then losing one, you reach the inevitable next step in the cycleùlosing a game you played well enough to win. One bad game followed by one bad period followed by one bad goal equals a two-game losing streak that forces you to file away the recently-ended seven-game win streak in the "hot start" folder. You can connect the dots in a straight line: Dominating Anaheim but remaining scoreless into the third before pulling out a win you earned. Routing woeful Toronto in the third period after letting them stay too uncom ...

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