Michael Del Zotto has been scorned by Rangers fans for a long while before the post season, and it continues through the Playoffs. “Del Zaster” he has been called, based on his poor decision making and spotty defense. Saturday evening though, after the Rangers stole the puck, and Marian Gaborik had a shot blocked, Del Zotto’s hustle had him in the right place at the right time, scoring what would end up being the game winner (enjoy it in Russian!):
He will need to shape up the rest of his game, if the Rangers hope to get by a well rested New Jersey Devils squad. The pairing of teams is a dream for the NHL, who gets two geographic rivals, staring across the Hudson at each other, playing in the largest television market in the country. Travel time will not be an issue in this series, but it should be noted that no team that has played 7 games in it’s first two series has ever won the Cup.
The other series that will whittle down these playoffs to two is between the Phoenix Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings. People have commented on the Kings strong run, defeating the Vancouver Canucks and St. Louis Blues thanks in large part to white hot goalie Jonathan Quick. The Coyotes have also had a hot goalie in Mike Smith. The question then becomes “who’s goalie will stay hot”. There is a reason the Coyotes won the Pacific, and they did it even though they played Quick regularly.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, I am guessing that a Devils-Coyotes Stanley Cup Final is in our future. Ryan Boyd, I am sure, will have a more in depth look at the Conference Finals.
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