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Phil in Absentia
12-27-2014, 10:33 PM
What you are voting on:

The New York Rangers' star of the game. That is to say the player on the ice following the game who stood out the most during it, put forth the best effort during it, was the most integral to the teams’ success in an overall sense or perhaps simply all of the above.

Please remember here, you're voting the star of the game, not necessarily the play of the game. A guy scoring a goal with 0:30 left in the game who didn't do anything else all night really doesn't deserve to win over a guy who may not have scored but worked all 60:00 effectively.

While no one can force you to vote for someone you don't want to, we do ask that you vote objectively in these threads as the results are taken somewhat seriously.

Who You CAN Vote For:


• New York Rangers' players who played* in the game

Who You CANNOT Vote For:


• Scratched/injured players
• Opposing players
• Former players
• On-ice or off-ice officials
• Coaching staffs
• Fans of either team
• No one (as an actual vote — if you wish to abstain from voting, simply abstain from voting.)

*Enver Lisin Rule: A player who is dressed for the game, but registered 0:00 of actual ice-time is not eligible to be voted for. A player must have been on the ice for at least 0:01 in order to be eligible.

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REGULAR SEASON:

01. Rick Nash (10/9/2014 @ St. Louis Blues 3-2 W)
02. Lee Stempniak (10/11/2014 @ Columbus Blue Jackets 5-2 L)
03. Lee Stempniak (10/12/2014 v. Toronto Maple Leafs 6-3 L)
04. Rick Nash (10/14/2014 v. New York Islanders 6-3 L)
05. Rick Nash (10/16/2014 v. Carolina Hurricanes 2-1 W)
06. Henrik Lundqvist (10/19/2014 v. San Jose Sharks 4-0 W)
07. Chris Kreider (10/21/2014 @ New Jersey Devils 4-3 OTW)
08. Dan Girardi (10/25/2014 @ Montrιal Canadiens 3-1 L)
09. Rick Nash (10/27/2014 v. Minnesota Wild 5-4 W)

10. Dan Girardi (11/1/2014 v. Winnipeg Jets 1-0 SOL)
11. Martin St. Louis (11/3/2014 v. St. Louis Blues 2-1 SOL)
12. Matt Hunwick (11/5/2014 v. Detroit Red Wings 4-3 OTW)
13. Chris Kreider (11/8/2014 @ Toronto Maple Leafs 5-4 L)
14. Henrik Lundqvist (11/9/2014 v. Edmonton Oilers 3-1 L)
15. Henrik Lundqvist (11/11/2014 v. Pittsburgh Penguins 5-0 W)
16. Derek Stepan (11/13/2014 v. Colorado Avalanche 4-3 SOL)
17. Henrik Lundqvist (11/15/2014 @ Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 SOL)
18. N/A (11/17/2014 v. Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1 L)
19. Cam Talbot (11/19/2014 v. Philadelphia Flyers 2-0 W)
20. Martin St. Louis (11/23/2014 v. Montreal Canadiens 5-0 W)
21. Dan Boyle (11/26/2014 @ Tampa Bay Lightning 4-3 L)
22. Derek Stepan (11/28/2014 v. Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 W)
23. Derick Brassard (11/29/2014 v. Philadelphia Flyers 5-2 W)

24. Carl Hagelin (12/01/2014 v. Tampa Bay Lightning 6-3 L)
25. Kevin Klein (12/06/2014 @ Detroit Red Wings 3-2 L)
26. Kevin Klein (12/08/2014 v. Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 W)
27. Mats Zuccarello (12/13/2014 @ Vancouver Canucks 5-1 W)
28. Henrik Lundqvist (12/14/2014 @ Edmonton Oilers 2-0 W)
29. Rick Nash (12/16/2014 @ Calgary Flames 5-2 W)
30. Kevin Klein (12/20/2014 @ Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 SOW)
31. Cam Talbot (12/21/2014 v. Carolina Hurricanes 1-0 W)
32. Rick Nash (12/23/2014 v. Washington Capitals 4-2 W)

Morphinity
12-27-2014, 10:33 PM
D Step

Puck Head
12-27-2014, 11:04 PM
I'm glad Stepan is skating with MSL and Krieder ES

Cause is he had any wingers producing he'd have another 12 points and would cost us another 2 million per year

Valriera
12-28-2014, 10:21 AM
I'm glad Stepan is skating with MSL and Krieder ES

Cause is he had any wingers producing he'd have another 12 points and would cost us another 2 million per year

Hahahahaha I laughed too hard.

Slobberknocker
12-28-2014, 03:27 PM
Steps was the man.

Vodka Drunkenski
12-28-2014, 10:33 PM
Stepan, no question