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Video: NBC previews Pens-Rangers Wednesday Night Rivalry game

Mar 31, 2013, 9:37 PM EDT

Injuries, distractions and other obstacles have been in the Pittsburgh Penguins’ way, yet the team is still on a 15-game winning streak. That could set up quite the interesting Wednesday Night Rivalry game between the Penguins and New York Rangers, then.

Mike Emrick, Ed Olczyk and Pierre McGuire preview that matchup in the video below.

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  1. blomfeld - Mar 31, 2013 at 10:24 PM

    WHY WAS THE PARADE ROUTE CHANGED AT THE LAST MINUTE ?

    As tiring as it is debating with advocates of the “magic bullet” theory, I find it even more tiring dealing with this “biased” east coast media. Here on a night when the reigning Stanley Cup champions go into Dallas and win yet again, we’re served up with some lame article about a game that’s going to take place in three days time? … and you’re telling me that “money” doesn’t pull the strings around here? :)

    Regardless, we Kings won yet again tonight lead by comrade Carter, who’s getting back into his “scoring” ways … and you gotta love that eh ? :) Nonetheless, these advocates of the “magic bullet” theory need to answer the following questions right now, lest they zip their “cowardly” traps forever!

    – why was the parade route changed at the last minute?
    – why was Kennedy’s inner security detail “standing down” that day?
    – how does an “unblemished” bullet account for 7 x entry&exit wounds?
    – why does the Zepruder film clearly show the fatal shot coming from the front/right?
    – why did the motorcade slow down to 5 MPH just before the fatal moment?
    – was the “suit” unfolding the umbrella curbside a spotter for shooter team # 2?
    – what were those puffs of smoke (ie: high-powered rifle shot) coming from the grassy knoll?

    I believe friends that one day the truth will emerge regarding this business, just as the truth always does with everything. In the meantime however, we stay the course, be that for better or for worse …

  2. handsofsweed - Mar 31, 2013 at 10:43 PM

    Ummmmm, how about let’s worry about Buffalo on Tuesday night first, okay?

  3. bensawesomeness - Mar 31, 2013 at 11:44 PM

    For the record, Ed Olczyk and Pierre McGuire are horrible at their jobs.

    • nicknyhc - Apr 1, 2013 at 2:49 AM

      “Where has Chris Kreider been?”

      In the minor leagues for almost the entire season idiot. The guy just got called up a few games ago.

  4. mclovinhockey - Apr 1, 2013 at 8:33 AM

    @blom, you mean single bullet theory? Magic bullet is a glorified blender

    • blomfeld - Apr 1, 2013 at 12:16 PM

      Mclovinhockey – “Single Bullet Theory” and “Magic Bullet Theory” are the same thing friend. In-order to substantiate their case of a “lone” gunman, the government needed to attribute 7 x entry/exit wounds to a single bullet. They claimed that Oswald fired three shots in total, with two of them clearly accounted for by matching wounds to Kennedy. But there still remained 7 x wounds on both Mssrs Kennedy and Connally which then “had” to be accounted for by the remaining 3rd bullet. Or at least it did in terms of their case for the “lone” gunman theory, which was a complete and utter joke.

      No, I would submit that “three” shooter teams were actually in place that November day in Dealey Plaza, which provided for a perfect “triangulation of fire”. None of us will ever know for certain. Yet I’ve always believed that the “suit” standing curbside in the Zepruder film who’s unfurling the umbrella, was actually a spotter (ie: damage assessment officer) who was signalling to shooter team # 2 on the grassy knoll behind, that a final “kill shot” on the target was required before the motorcade exited the field of fire. It was probably not “desired” to have gone down like that, however there was no way they could have run the risk of Kennedy emerging alive from the ambush. And so the signal was given for the final “coup de gras” which anyone with a pair of functioning eyes, clearly sees is coming from the “front” and “right” …

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