May 24, 2013|
Dave Maloney returned to the show to discuss his Rangers unlikely win in game 4. He said that in all his years playing and calling hockey games he had not seen a softer goal than the one Rask allowed.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
While most of us take the Memorial Day weekend off the Bruins and Rangers will not based on the game -- results from last night Dave Maloney the former New York ranger captain and defenseman has been working in the rangers' radio Booth with play by play partner Kenny Albertson's the 0506 season. Also serves as an analyst at MSG networks week. The comprehensive hockey -- hockey night live. It was kind enough to join us free series to a preview the Rangers and Bruins have a good time talking to -- he joins us on the AT&T hotline AT&T. Four GL TE good morning -- how aria. We're doing very well now I know Rangers are still alive but the nature but did the nature of three of their four goals bill would you or them. The -- -- turn this around and obscured what ails them. Well that's not a cure. You can -- a few former ranger -- they employ you -- do. Concluded it's turned their -- I mean it's certainly allowed the birds and the series -- that relate at all. All the take that for him and it's funny you know the grab what pops up. In the second period justice -- -- close to make a pretty routine play a pot right. And and and the Rangers I thought to -- a pretty good after that you know there -- -- if that's the way it works right I mean. And that so I guess that's why you play because she never really ultimately -- so I think the race is okay. You know I mean it's it's cliche didn't but you know they just take it shifted its time period island. And open they have lived to tell -- Kalin. After the -- there are still in it so. I suppose but I wouldn't I wouldn't. On the sound you sound confident there could have -- that but I. I I just comes -- to psychologically it was was what we saw last night not only just you know although the the Bruins Tora tripping and falling over their own skates literally and figuratively or was that the Rangers saying. You may beat us but we're not allow you to beat us on our home ice and that that motivation will be there Saturday evening in Boston. Well I think. First of all you know it's funny guy could do like Claude Julien. It is opposed gay rights. He's tremendously -- boxing organization -- -- -- that you know it's funny he was talking about the Brian Boyle -- And he was talking about Powell com. You know he thought these guys got locked in the pocket forgot about the world -- and and I and the Rangers side but the -- step one made tremendous pass this so I think it's all I have to be older and how this thing plays out. And it is from a rangers' standpoint. I just think that. Jon Porter -- -- -- we talk about John. Before the series and amongst many AptarGroup. That I personally and ability to convince his guys. That light is really okay when your back into the wall and it's time for challenge and it's really time for fun and why does not a word that John -- -- a lot. But in this situation. I think once again now do you like your back civil -- times consecutively gets -- very good Bruins game. Doll but you've got one and now you've got to where the -- and again with the same sort of attitude and wanted to take shot. It -- out would you agree with me and -- that the Bruins outplayed the Rangers. Last night. Yes you know I let's have if there's a couple things -- Observed abroad -- you know you see teams when did you know you fly by right knee injury for game bureau for game. Three weeks later a month later your turn of the -- for game it and and it's a little bit like watching a great player practice -- -- go wow that is visitors stop there that you. Just -- observe. And -- Bruins have been first via I'd probably in way over guilty of that big physical nature of their club which is still an important part of the club. But to salute skilled group. Guys that are leaders removed from -- You know -- eleven forwards in the new -- -- -- So all I know I wouldn't have any problem concluding unlike the in the Washington series where the Rangers came back home down two. They really were in the series. They really had every right to thank. They -- and here you're down you go boy I personally you hear the Bruins are a lot more skilled. Then I think anybody ever given credit for and despite the fact the target -- -- -- By regular except on that guy is a good player and also all within this -- it was pretty good. Do you -- did the changes that daughter element on the fourth line. Obviously the big deal was benching Richards on the think the new guys made a difference do you think that change that move that he made made any difference. I do because I do I think what happens -- and to try to pick a good. He you know -- history -- so successful. Right in the it towards an ideal -- -- 33 and today's stage argue that -- But his game has changed. But I think you'll agree you -- really good player gets to reporters at his rear word Al east if you don't is he's got. To play it in the fourth point is really that's where he belongs. And -- you really doesn't get there it's just he does that -- line. And the Bruins force -- is probably no better example of what you need from back through the year groups to complain a little bit. It doesn't demand a lot of minutes but can give you minutes. And you're not tolerable when they're on the ice because at this time of year you need that -- Now the Rangers -- group last night might have been running on emotion who knows maybe reality hit them -- moral. In game five. But in the meantime I I thought that unit despite there not a lot of ice time. They were pretty effective in that role I think that's fourth line role. That's what you need and the Bruins have a the Rangers at last I thought. He -- an idea around here David that the Rangers might roll over last night in part because they're not happy with their coach you're around them all the time to get the feeling is -- team that doesn't like their coach. No not at all contrary to. That I that we've watched John. From really from afar having get a player are totally respect the locker -- at the -- blog suppliers. Now being part of the media whole culture. Of the room and -- team belong to the room McCain salt having grown up to Mac culture I don't have -- problem rip. Thought John really put on lockdown on in the and that's the -- years and and -- but that being said the times that we see that make for entertaining lessons are the moments when he loses mine didn't. But there are many many hours and other times expanse of this group and they seem to buy into it. Last year the 2.4 76. To me really there -- a couple of instances where each bureau caught on camera. That they haven't been an ex player. When you watched you on how he uses and how we communicated. With a couple of his players what is an incident -- at least -- another incident Callahan. -- ego bouquets. I get it you don't have to be a miracle loyalties that he's able to command are very very impressive in this. -- -- it now it'll run its course you know most coaches get -- get fired it will run its course. But at this stage I don't I don't see that at all. We're talking -- Dave Maloney the former New York ranger captain and defenseman the perfect got to ask this question this is a hockey technicality question specific to defenseman. On a couple publications last night boy check -- the puck carrier into thinking he was backing up and retreating. He took -- office that we lost the puck in their skates is -- they'll put their head down you -- late tried to -- the guy out is that a common move and is Eddie is Eddie risky move -- Well. He you know all that it they Yugoslavia -- I've worked for Bobby forward to his camp and and then I've worked at a camp for forever. I had the pleasure of seeing Bob before game war and he says how much. Greater player he was. Now by watching here and -- -- while it does give the rest -- -- much chance so I thought I think what a guy decides on the ice. It is really it's such a split second thing and we all kind of criticize her observe. After the fact the result I think boy chuck which has been very very good player. So he's he's going to in the scheme that banks decide. Whether to pursue or to be patient or whatever. And -- his opponent will react so I I don't know specifically -- insist you're referring to. All due to all of its airports has been a pretty good player -- -- -- team. And in losses any little. Mistake. Is gonna get magnified. What stinks about losing. What do you wanna check out in your DVR bit bit the most noticeable one was an overtime when he crushed dorsett. Right and and you can look like you backing up change directions Witten and and -- the guy out now you've spent eleven seasons of the National Hockey League they've baloney. Have you ever seen in a game capital goaltender what happened to -- Rask says happened -- we and once or twice a year in practice. There I I listen to Iraq he was a wonderfully frank. Carriker at least last night post committed to answer questions now and and that's again the gremlins in the garden or whatever I Henrik Lundqvist had made a comment before game four that he had felt. That the Rangers couldn't get any breaks and there was a question -- was -- sour -- just an observation and I thought it was an observation to the point to -- is probably deserve the breaks. Because the pace of play and how they were establishing who they work. That being said somewhere along the line you do get a break -- need to break him. Really about -- close to one last night. Back game was really lock stock and barrel to go up but right. And -- was one that you know I go back and do our actions. Click on the C bureau this morning or watched against them during the first. Does that does that give the Rangers hope that that possibly Rask could have a meltdown here. Yeah you know -- I -- you know I think. I think what happens -- hit it in in I don't know how big -- point it is what it is. At this point I'm sure desperate times -- for desperate measures to figure out OK what can you latch onto that's positive. Tell you -- watch out of the fact that there was some pretty difficult to put the final nail in the coffin of the priest previous -- And you can look at the fact that now you put forth by a guy that looked pretty well impenetrable in prior to last. Soul but you know they are desperate. -- but it's a desperate times for the Rangers and and you need to think about things and and perhaps that is so ridiculous and that at the -- on this guy and make them work. They can be a player in this game and take your chances. Dave Maloney former ranger capped the working in the rangers' radio -- thanks the time has always good stuff -- we will see what Boston Saturday evening I expect our -- we can save a lot of Dennis and Callahan on the AT&T hotline AT&T four GL. And I'm guessing that the players. The range of players much like the -- analyst former player in the hazard to us we -- searching for ways to. And it's searching for the evidence that they can actually win three more game the style that which they won it would allow me to say only the following. -- -- -- -- Life is change we not got any better necessary yeah five or six gold but maybe. They outplayed them in the game -- -- -- Amy and I bet it's about Clinton may be too period second period game -- and in four games while yours its may be to do -- give the ranges. And I -- five minutes after rest tripped. And I think they can win another game of rest trips again and that's a -- That the puck away from children are two minutes into an enemy and too many mental toughness we'll be right back.
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