No Suspension for Marc Staal

Kent Wilson
November 23 2010 02:06PM

I have nothing really to add to the issue, frankly. Upon first viewing, I thought the hit targeted the head. Upon second viewing, Im not certain whether he hits Stajan in the shoulder/chest, causing his head to snap back, or whether he really did make contact with the head. I also don't know what the NHL considers a true "blind side hit".

Anyways, feel free to discuss things in the comments.

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Postgame: A Rough Night

Pat Steinberg
November 22 2010 08:06PM

NEW YORK - JANUARY 19: Dan Girardi #5 of the New York Rangers celebrates his goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning with teammates Marian Gaborik #10, Michael Del Zotto #4 and Brandon Dubinsky #17 on January 19, 2010 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

A day after a strong performance minus the correct result in Detroit, the Flames were unable to pull things out at Madison Square Garden, falling 2-1 in their only meeting with the New York Rangers.  It was a game filled with hard hitting, chippy play...and one crushing hit delivered by Marc Staal to Calgary's Matt Stajan.  Regardless, the Flames are three games below the .500 mark heading into New Jersey on Wednesday.

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Flames Scoring Chances - Game 20 versus New York Rangers

Kent Wilson
November 22 2010 07:47PM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20300

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Game No. 20: Not those Rangers

Ryan Lambert
November 22 2010 03:55PM



What will happen when neither team wants to win?

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FGD: New York, New York

Pat Steinberg
November 22 2010 12:07PM

A full moon rises behind the skyline of midtown Manhattan in New York, November 21, 2010. The New York Times building sits at left and the new Bank of America tower is in the center, in front of the moon. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: CITYSCAPE)

Depending on how things go tonight in the Big Apple, Calgary could either be riding an impressive three game point streak, or be staring at consecutive losses once again. And the way things are right now, the perception of this team seems to swing wildly back and forth by the hour.  Nevertheless, the Flames invade Madison Square Garden tonight for their first and only meeting this season with the Rangers (5 pm, Sportsnet West and The Fan 960).

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